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The Road Ahead for Paper & Paperboard Industry

Manik Seth
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 & Exhibition on Pulp, Paper, Conversion and Allied Industry...

Pakistani, Chinese Companies Sign Agreements for Industrial & Business Cooperation

Manik Seth
Six memoranda of understanding were signed at the event; Shandong Yongtai Paper Mill Company and Roshan Packages signed an agreement for setting up a paper mill in Punjab April 15, 2016 In a bid to strengthen economic ties between Punjab and Shandong, the Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT)...

BELLMER – An Experienced Paper Specialist

Manik Seth
Regarded as a technological heavyweight, Germany has always fascinated the world with its engineering capabilities. Over the years, it has developed a flexible and effective way of moving its best ideas from research centres to the factory floor. A major factor behind Germany’s success in this field is its ability...

“Current Capabilities and Emerging Challenges and Solutions”

Manik Seth
On the 50th Golden Jubilee celebration of IPPTA, leaders of the industry got together to discuss the certain subjects pertaining to theme of the seminar. Each one presented his views and shared their rich experience which resulted in intellectual stimulation for all the delegates. The eminent guest gave a wonderful...

Khanna Paper Mills Limited: Soaring on waste-paper wings for sustainable paper business

Manik Seth
Starting in a small way in 1965 with the dream of one man, Khanna Paper Mills Ltd (KPM) has grown into a reputed company with the hard work and vision of many. In its earliest days, it manufactured 200 kg of paper per day; it currently manufactures 330 tons of...

Demand is Here

Manik Seth
The bumps of slowdown have been felt by the India paper industry presently, while on the other hand the converting units (the real executioners) are expanding their business with the positive sentiments. This slowdown is merely an after effect of the bunching of capacities leading to lower margins and in...
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