Day 1 Newsletter, 24th October 2013
Paperex 2013 will host a French pavilion organised by Ubifrance, the French Trade Commission, bringing together renowned French companies to forge business partnerships in the Indian paper industry
Once again France is represented at the Paperex exhibition with a pavilion, which gathers four leading companies from the French paper industry. This presence includes companies such as Bekaert Solaronics, Clextral, Pikoasur and Techpap. It may be mentioned that these companies specialise in manufacturing technologies such as twin screw extrusion, drying and heating systems, grinders and spraying systems, coating of rewinder rolls and manufacture and maintenance of various other machinery and equipment used in paper industry. The French pavilion offers an ideal occasion for these companies to promote their technologies and to share their know-how with professionals in the Indian paper and pulp industry.
Ubifrance is the French agency for international business development, a key public partner in export for French companies. Its complete range of services includes providing information, export consulting and sales actions. To support French companies of all sizes and all sectors in their development on foreign markets, Ubifrance mobilises the expertise of 1,500 persons in France and in 60 other countries through its French Trade Commissions and a network of Press Services.
The twin-screw (Bivis) processing and production systems developed by Clextral for over 30 years enable paper-industry manufacturers to produce high-quality cellulose pulp economically and ecologically.
Pikoasur is specialised in on-site services like grinding dryers and spraying, coating of rewinder rolls, on-site machining, spreader rolls repairing, flying rolls manufacturing and dryers balancing on site and in workshop.
Bekaert Solaronics supplies customised, non-contact drying and heating systems based on gas and electrical infrared technology to a wide range of industries as paper and board, converting and metal processing.
Symop aims to promote French machines and French companies. Created years ago as a private professional association, Symop gathers around 240 companies in 12 groups, including the one of manufacturers of machinery and equipment for paper and board industry.
Techpap markets instruments and equipment developed to improve paper production, quality, development and research.