“Ecosure has successfully installed more than 150 machines. We have fourteen plants running and very soon, we aim to finish another six,” says Ms. Kritika Tripathy, CEO & Co-founder.
Ecosure Pulpmolding Technologies Limited offers sustainable solutions to produce in-house pulp fiber from non-wood resources using chemical-free patented technology & to produce molded fiber pulp products.
Talking to Paper Mart about the company’s background and achievements, Ms. Kritika Tripathy, CEO & Co-founder, Ecosure Pulpmolding Technologies Limited said, “The journey of the company began in 2016 when we had collaboration with a Chinese company called BST. With time, we planned to completely turn into an Indian company and that is when we started Ecosure. Since 2019, Ecosure has been in the market and we have successfully installed more than 150 machines. We have fourteen plants running and very soon, we aim to finish another six.”
Elaborating on the product range and USPs, she added, “We are the first company to bring a machine that is completely made in India. There are companies who are either making machinery in India by bringing in some parts from China or refurbishing the machines brought from China. However, in our case, every part is coming in from India and it is getting fabricated in-house. Starting from 2019 till now, we have been offering semi-automatic machines and recently, we launched fully-automatic machines in India. We have already received the order for 34 such machines in India.”
When asked about the future plans, she revealed, “We are getting into pulp mill also and very soon, Ecosure will have its own set up in Goa and in Noida running. We will be manufacturing paperware products. The paperware plant will act as a demo plant. We don’t intend to sell products but to show the entire production process. Our primary focus continues to be on machines.”
Speaking on the opportunities and challenges of the industry, Ms. Kritika Tripathy said, “There is a need for pulp for the paperware manufacturing sector, which can be fulfilled by the paper mills. The paper mills should cater to this upcoming demand of pulp for the paperware sector.”
“At Ecosure, we keep on re-investing by investing into building infrastructure and further product developments,” she concluded.