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Read the exclusive interviews conducted with the key industry players of the pulp and paper industry.

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Haber: AI will Transform the Paper Industry

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With the premise to enable the pulp & paper industry in becoming more sustainable and efficient, Haber provides AI+IoT based technology to analyse data by predicting results and driving value on a real-time basis. In an interview with Paper Mart, Mr. Prakash Sampath, Senior Technical Manager at Haber, throws light......
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Knam Marketing: Buoyed by Optimism amid Rising Shipping Costs

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Founded in 2009, Knam Marketing Pvt. Ltd. focuses on global waste paper sourcing for Indian paper mills. The company provides more than 40 different grades and trades close to half a million tonnes of waste paper annually. In the ‘Finished Paper’ category, it provides kraft paper, duplex board, MG poster,......
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Gayatrishakti Paper & Boards: Believing in Technology and Dedicated Workforce

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“We have made a huge investment in upgrading the plants and using the latest technology has helped the company to increase the production in both the plants from 1,86,000 MTPA to 2,44,000 MTPA” Gayatrishakti Paper & Boards Limited (GSPBL), started in 1996, is a leading manufacturer of a range of......
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Shree Krishna Paper Mills: Innovating Quality Products to Meet the Growing Demand

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In packaging, the future will be developing high tear factor packaging papers with value-added solutions. I feel the industry will change from using burst factor terms to tear factor terms, having high tear is more important than having high BF Shree Krishna Paper Mills & Industries Ltd. (SKPMIL) was established......
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Kuber Packaging Industries: Providing Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Single-Use Plastic Disposables through Ekopak

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The core strength of the brand is the product range which is ‘backyard’ compostable within 90 days making it optimal to replace single-use plastics. Ekopak is a brand of Kuber Packaging Industries Pvt. Ltd. created with the thought of making the most sustainable packaging in the most ethical way possible.......
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ABB: Implementing a Holistic and Robust Cybersecurity Approach

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“ABB’s approach has been to create a common, modular, and scalable infrastructure and then develop Industry 4.0 solutions within this architecture.” ABB is a leading global technology company that energises the transformation of industries to achieve more productivity. The solutions provided by ABB enable customers to reap the benefits of......
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TNPL: Excelling in the selection of the best-in-class contemporary technology

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“TNPL is also in the process of finalising one more board machine of a similar capacity of 2,00,000 TPA and subsequently, a full-fledged BCTMP fiberline.” Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd. is an acknowledged leader in the technology of manufacturing paper from bagasse. Established in the 1980s, the company today......
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JK Paper: Riding the Growth Momentum

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“Our integrated expansion of the packaging board plant in Gujarat is aimed at significantly expanding our capacity and will help us to cater to growing market needs.” JK Paper Ltd. has carried out trial runs in its new packaging board facility and integrated chemical pulp mill at Unit CPM looking......
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UFlex Ltd: Carving a Strong Market Niche with Asepto

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“With this cutting-edge Greenfield project, we are now the world’s fastest-growing aseptic liquid packaging company, with a year-on-year growth rate of more than 100 percent.” Asepto—from the house of Uflex Ltd.—is India’s first aseptic liquid packaging material with a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in the industrial hub of Sanand in Gujarat.......
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Tensei: Creating Best-in-Class Materials from Agrifiber

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“We brought to market our first product – a food contact paper which is now one of the two solutions approved by one of the UK’s largest supermarkets for use.” The concept of producing paper from agricultural waste is not new. In the early 1980s, India got its first paper......