What is the Current Status and Future Possibilities for Paper and Allied Industries
The Indian Paper Industry accounts for about 1.6% of the world’s production of paper and Paperboard.
Here below mentioned are certain key highlights & remarks of the sector given by industry experts:
What is the Future Outlook to India Corrugated Box Market
India corrugated box industry is expected to increase at a CAGR of double digit CAGR in between the FY'2018 and FY'2023 in terms of revenue due to the elevating demand from the end user segment in order to store and transport their end products. Increasing the demand of safe and cushioned packaging of the product will augment the growth of India Corrugated box market. The procurement of latest technology machines from China, Taiwan and other Asian countries by manufacturers in order to make production fast and accurate will also drive the future of India corrugated box industry.
What is Tissue & Hygiene Paper Industry
The market Tissue and Hygiene Paper is divided into six segments: Toilet Paper, Paper Tissues, Household Paper, Feminine Hygiene, Diapers and Incontinence. The market includes retail sales and whole sales. The consumer share of each segment is valued at retail prices (incl. VAT) whereas the AfH tissue is valued at wholesale prices (excl. VAT). The average price shown is therefore an average of both the retail and whole market. The high capital intensity of the industry and the relative saturation of its markets has led to the consolidation of the field into just a few dominant companies.
Some biggest platforms for Paper Industry Supported by WPF
Paperex - 15th International Exhibition & Conference on Pulp, Paper & Allied Industries
Corrugex - International Exhibition & Conference on Corrugated Box, Machinery, Technology & Allied Industries
Tissueex - International Exhibition On Tissue Products, Machinery & Technologies
World of Paper - International Exhibition on Paper, Printing, Packaging Publishing and Allied Industries
Paperex South India - 6th International Exhibition & Conference on Pulp, Paper & Allied Industries