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AIWPDA Conducts its First South Meet 2021 and Seminar in Chennai

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During the meeting, AIWPDA requested its members not to hold stocks which would only make the existing situation worse. April 13, 2021 All India Waste Paper Dealers Association (AIWPDA) held the first meeting for the year 2021 on April 8 at Hyatt Regency in Chennai. The meeting was hosted by......
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Green Bay Packaging Successfully Starts Complete Paper Production Line Supplied by Voith

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Voith is the first single company to supply a complete paper production line for a U.S. project. March 25, 2021 Green Bay Packaging has started operation on its new PM4 production line in US starting March 11, 2021. The facility located near the headquarters of the family-owned company in Green......
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China Imports Almost 7 Million Tonnes of Recovered Paper in 2020

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Chinese paper makers have been increasingly importing recovered paper as an alternative. They either buy it abroad or build facilities to make it on their own. February 17, 2021 China’s recovered paper imports have been shrinking year after year since the country announced a ban on recovered paper imports from......
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Smurfit Kappa Opens New Recycling Plant in Italy

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Smurfit Kappa has commissioned a new recycling plant in the Tuscany, strengthening its recovered paper service in the region. July 17, 2019 European paper packaging company, Smurfit Kappa has expanded its recycling network with the opening of a new plant in Tuscan region of Italy. Smurfit Kappa Marlia will process......

Performance of the European Pulp and Paper Industry in 2010

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CEPI represents 95% of the European pulp and paper industry in terms of production. Through its member associations, CEPI also represents some 550 pulp, paper and board producing companies across Europe, ranging from small and medium-sized enterprises, to multinationals. Members of CEPI in 2010 included Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic,...

Recovered paper market in India

Manik Seth
Recovered paper demand in India has increased strongly over recent decades as domestic paper production has increased. This trend seems likely to continue as paper consumption rises further. Domestically-sourced recovered paper is typically cheaper than imported recovered paper. Paper manufacturers are therefore expected to try to satisfy their increase in demand for recovered paper by stimulating domestic collections. However, there...