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Orient Paper & Industries: Embracing Sustainable Growth

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Incorporated in 1939, Orient Paper & Industries Ltd. is a multi-product company headquartered in Kolkata. The company is the leading tissue paper manufacturer in India. It produces a wide range of writing, printing, industrial, and speciality papers, paper products, and boards. An eco-friendly enterprise, Orient Paper & Industries is known......
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OPIL: ‘Brand Experience is Built over Time through a Series of Experiences’

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Orient Paper & Industries Ltd. (OPIL) believes that resources must be dynamically matched with a strong commitment to excellence in products and processes through a team of dedicated people while ensuring a clean environment for our planet, the earth. “We have to create long-term experiences to make a differentiation over......
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Orient Paper & Industries reports 38.72 percent growth in sales in Q3 FY22

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The paper manufacturing company reported a total turnover of INR 164.94 crore in Q3 FY22, which is up by 38.23 percent, from the turnover of INR 119.32 crore in Q3 FY21. February 23, 2022 Orient Paper & Industries Limited (OPIL) has shared its consolidated financial results for the period ended......
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Orient Paper Appoints Ashwin Laddha as New CEO and Managing Director

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Prior to joining Orient Paper, Mr. Ashwin was Joint President & Regional Sales Marketing Head (Pulp & Fiber Business) of Grasim Industries Ltd. January 15, 2022 The Board of Directors at Orient Paper & Industries Ltd. has appointed Mr. Ashwin Laddha as the new Chief Executive Officer of the company......
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“New Education Policy could Trigger Good Demand for Paper”

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This article is a part of Silver Linings to the Corona Cloud feature Operations and Workforce Management Before Corona Good demand for papers and boards led to the maximum utilisation of capacity. After Corona Poor demand resulted in 60-70 percent capacity utilisation. Supply Chain Management Before Corona Everything in the......