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Posts Tagged ‘The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd.’

CRITICALITY OF WATER, NEVER A MISTAKEN BELIEF

CRITICALITY OF WATER, NEVER A MISTAKEN BELIEF

Water is a precious commodity and nature’s greatest gift to the living kingdom; every industry has the onus to preserve it. The paper industry’s recent impetus on water conservation and reducing pollution load in effluents is commendable from every aspect,... (Continue reading)

Waiting for Economic Turnaround

Waiting for Economic Turnaround

The previous year saw the Indian paper industry grappling with the global economic crisis. Does it mean that the industry witnessed no significant growth in the previous year? Paper manufacturers in India may not be in the best of moods,... (Continue reading)

Paperex 2013 – Paper Industry’s Business Festival

Paperex 2013 - Paper Industry's Business Festival

Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013 Paperex, the world’s largest exhibition of pulp, paper and allied industries, will be held from 24 October to 27 October 2013 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. The event is being organised by International Trade... (Continue reading)

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The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd., Karnataka

The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd., Karnataka

WCPM, an acknowledged leader in the Indian paper industry, enjoys a pedigree of standing. Guided by the principles of environment responsibility, the Company manufactures 2,60,000 MT of woodfree printing and writing papers and 60,000 MT of virgin/semi virgin duplex boards... (Continue reading)

The Young Tarang

The Young Tarang

Brought up at Dandeli - Mill Colony of The West Coast Paper Mills Ltd, Mr. Shekar Chandak has his attachment towards paper from his early age. In 1992 after finishing his Chartered Accountancy course, he went on to join his... (Continue reading)