This option will reset the home page of this site. Restoring any closed widgets or categories.

Reset

Posts Tagged ‘Make in India’

Page 1 of 212»

Readiness of the Industry to Match Swiftly Growing Paper Consumption in the Long-Term

Readiness of the Industry to Match Swiftly Growing Paper Consumption in the Long-Term

The Indian paper market is undisputedly among the fastest growing. However, is the domestic paper industry ready to cater to this increasing demand amid some serious issues, viz. high raw material cost, rising imports of good quality paper, stringent environmental... (Continue reading)

Improving Domestic Fiber Availability & Revamping Infrastructure, Keys to Paper Industry’s Growth

Improving Domestic Fiber Availability & Revamping Infrastructure, Keys to Paper Industry's Growth

The Indian paper industry is desirous of conducive policy environment allowing more efficient raw material plantation and an improvement in transport infrastructure. Mr. Harsh Pati Singhania, Vice Chairman & MD, JK Paper Ltd. recently talked to Paper Mart on a slew... (Continue reading)

Safeguards for the Industry from Imports and Raw Material Challenges

Safeguards for the Industry from Imports and Raw Material Challenges

A proactive policy framework on behalf of the Govt. is much sought after to safeguard the paper industry from cheaper imports and wavering raw material scenario, feels the new IPMA president. Mr. Saurabh Bangur, Vice President, the West Coast Paper Mills... (Continue reading)

The Road Ahead for Paper & Paperboard Industry

The Road Ahead for Paper & Paperboard Industry

The inaugural session and ensuing technical sessions at Paperex, Chennai canvassed the major issues and future strategy of all the segments of paper and paperboards based on virgin, agro, and recycled pulp. Paperex South India held its 4th International Technical Conference... (Continue reading)

FPTA: The Indian Paper Industry to Firmly Grow Across All Segments

FPTA: The Indian Paper Industry to Firmly Grow Across All Segments

We are about 14.5 million tonne as of now, projection says by 2020 our consumption and production will grow up to 20 million tonne and by 2030 we should be around 26.5 million tonne. So, we are talking about 6-7... (Continue reading)

GST: An Antidote for All Taxation Ailments?

GST: An Antidote for All Taxation Ailments?

Would the amalgamation of various indirect taxes in one common tax really create a common market and relieve the tax payers from cascading effect of multiple taxes at multiple points without altering the ease of doing business and burdening the... (Continue reading)

Ecosystem of Paper Industry Turning Healthier

Ecosystem of Paper Industry Turning Healthier

I have experienced positive developments in ecosystem of the Industry. There is more dialogue, effort to understand each other’s issues and intentions of resolution, says Mr. Pradeep Dhobale who spearheaded ITC – PSPD over a long period with tremendously... (Continue reading)

APP: Giant’s Indian Voyage

APP: Giant's Indian Voyage

Standing at a mammoth 18-19 million tonnes per annum of production, a comprehensive global footprint, and a portfolio bereft of nothing related to paper, APP is sure to stir the Indian market with its presence. The Asian Paper giant, Asia Pulp... (Continue reading)

Papers Companies Concerned Against More Dumping from China and Indonesia

Papers Companies Concerned Against More Dumping from China and Indonesia

Domestic paper companies’ fear is due to high countervailing duty in the US, India-ASEAN FTA February 3, 2016 Paper companies fear a sharp increase in dumping from China and Indonesia after the United States imposed countervailing/anti subsidy duty of 5.82% -131.12%... (Continue reading)

Jaitley opens facility for domestic currency paper in Madhya Pradesh

Jaitley opens facility for domestic currency paper in Madhya Pradesh

Currently, currency notes of larger denominations are printed on imported paper MAY 30, 2015 Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on May 30 inaugurated a new production line at Hoshangabad to manufacture currency paper, saying it symbolized the beginning of the ‘Make in India’... (Continue reading)

Page 1 of 212»