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The Changing World of Packaging: Matching the Pace

Manik Seth
The IPPTA’s seminar and technical conference with a major focus on packaging tried to put together an eclectic mix of discussions and technical presentations to cover technological, qualitative and commercial aspects of packaging evolving with time. IPPTA’s conference on ‘Technological Development in the Field of Packaging Grades of Paper &...

IPPTA: Paper Industry’s Footsteps Towards Cutting-Edge Technology

Manik Seth
The Indian paper industry seems to have understood that key growth drivers are sustainability and competitiveness through technology and proper investment decision making. IPPTA’s zonal seminar on the theme ‘Technological Advancement in Pulp/Paper Making Using Agro, Recycled and Other Raw Materials’ was conducted on the 4th and 5th August, 2016...

Sustainability: Setting the Bar Higher

Manik Seth
IPPTA annual seminar with the theme ‘Sustainability of Paper Industry – Sustainability is Responsibility’ was held on March 12-13, 2015 in Hyderabad, concluding as the final event of the Golden Jubilee year of the association. The occasion seemed opportune to raise the issue of sustainability on a broader platform to...

IPPTA’s Workshop Focusing on Paper Machine Clothing

Manik Seth
Several information-packed presentations on the importance of fabric in the paper manufacturing process were given at the two-day workshop conducted by Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association (IPPTA) at Jaipur on November 14-15, 2013. IPPTA’s workshop on the subject, “Machine clothing and its role in paper-making for quality and cost”...

Achieving the World Class Standards

Manik Seth
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… The Indian pulp and paper sector is one of the energy & water intensive sectors. The sector offers tremendous scope for improvement in environmental performance. Hence, the pulp & paper manufacturers are increasingly on the look-out for technologies and best practices for improving their performance and reduce the ecological...
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