7th International Exhibition & Conference on
Pulp, Paper & Allied Industries
05-07 December, 2024
Chennai Trade Centre, Nandambakkam Chennai, India



JK Paper, ITC, and others gain as paper sector shows promise

In a recent trend, pulp and paper stocks are witnessing a steady rise as prices in the sector stabilize. Companies like JK Paper, ITC, West Coast Paper Mills, TNPL, and Seshasayee Papers & Boards are gaining traction in the market.


The large heat pumps transforming gas-intensive industries like pulp and paper

Pulp and paper production accounted for 2% of global CO₂ emissions from industry in 2021 and production is expected to keep increasing to 2030, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), which raises important questions about the industry’s long-term sustainability. That’s where heat pumps come in. Forward-thinking equipment manufacturers are supersizing the conventional heat pump designs used in domestic households, to help decarbonize gas-intensive industries like pulp and paper.


China’s Pulp and Paper Industry – Opportunities for Foreign Investors

China’s pulp and paper industry is the largest in the world by both production and demand. However, the country still relies on imports for certain raw materials and specialty products. As domestic industries such as e-commerce and food delivery services continue to grow, so will the need for pulp and paper products, providing considerable opportunities for market entry and investment.


Paper industry cuts water usage by 80pc, invests Rs 25K cr in sustainable processes: IPMA

The paper industry in the country has cut down water consumption by 80 per cent and looks to reduce it further as investments of Rs 25,000 crore have been made in sustainable production processes in the last few years, an industry body said on Monday. The Indian Paper Manufacturers Association (IPMA) in a statement said that several industry players have taken environment-friendly measures to reduce their carbon and water footprint.


Green flexible electronics based on natural materials

Recent research has focused extensively on utilizing natural materials such as silk, wood, paper, plant fibers, and biomass for fabricating green electronics. These materials are abundant, low-cost, renewable, and biodegradable, making them an ideal alternative to conventional plastics.


ITC’s sustainable packaging portfolio grew two-folds in FY23: report

According to the ITC Annual Report 2022-23 which was released recently, amidst heightened inflationary pressures, the paperboards and specialty papers business delivered a robust performance during the year leveraging its integrated business model and strong end-user engagements.

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