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Posts Tagged ‘Myanmar’

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)

Paper Industry, by nat ure, is Relatively Stable and Community Oriented

Paper Industry, by nat ure, is Relatively Stable and Community Oriented

Acquisition of overseas plantations, setting a pulp mill outside, continued experiments in agro-social-farm forestry, and even selling imported coated paper under its brand, among other things, are on the itinerary of JK’s journey ahead, feels Mr. V. Kumaraswamy. Hinting towards a... (Continue reading)

Eco Tech Papers upcoming project in Assam

July 31, 2012 Lohia group, a leading industrial house of North Eastern region is coming up with a new paper mill by the name of “Eco Tech Papers” of capacity 150 TPD for manufacturing of Multilayer Kraft Paper using recycled fiber... (Continue reading)

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JK Paper Venture with Thar Paung Paper and Pulp Mill in Myanmar

JK Paper Venture with Thar Paung Paper and Pulp Mill in Myanmar

JK Paper, a member of JK Organisation, is set to pick up an equity stake in Myanmar’s largest state-owned pulp mill as part of a global public-private-participation deal. The Company and the Myanmar Government have agreed to allow the JK... (Continue reading)

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Indian Paper Industry Surging Ahead on Strong Fundamentals

Indian Paper Industry Surging Ahead on Strong Fundamentals

An Overview Reforms undertaken in the early 1990s made India one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The boom of the IT industry and improved agricultural production created an atmosphere of optimism, which led to the coining of phrases, such as... (Continue reading)

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