Jabali Papers invests Rs. 4.5 Cr. to Expand

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Read expansion news, Paper Mill Name: Jabali Papers Ltd., Expansion Type: Kraft Paper Production Enhancement.

Jabali Papers invests Rs. 4.5 Cr. to Expand

Jabalpur,  December, 06, 2017, TPPT:

“With the ever-growing awareness of environmental issues among the population, consumers are increasingly turning their loyalties to eco-conscious businesses and products. As a business owner, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the large amount of new terms and products that have become popular over the years due to their environmentally friendly design and Kraft is one of them” explained by Mr. Jitendra Katariya, Director of Jabali Papers Limited.

“We have invested Rs. 4.5 Cr. for the enhancement of our production capacity by 35 TPD; currently it is operating at 45 TPD. The production capacity of total 80 TPD is expected to achieve by mid-January 2018. We have done construction modification in the existing premises to accommodate the additional plant and machinery being supplied by D.S. Engineers, Ahemdabad. The process of erection of plant and machinery at the site is on the way. We have added size press, jumbo press and nine dryers into the system to get the extra production level.” Mr. Katariya informed to The Pulp and Paper Times.

Jabali Papers is manufacturing 80 to 140 GSM paper with BF range 12 to 16. “After expansion our GSM range would be extended up to 180 GSM as well as BF up to 22. We are expecting to provide 10 to 15 direct employments on various machines.” Mr. Katariya added. Jabali Papers is selling out its papers in domestic market.

Kraft paper products are made using the Kraft process, which, like other paper production methods, involves the chemical conversion of wood into wood pulp. The structural components in wood are lignin and cellulose. Since lignin doesn’t make good paper, it must be separated from the cellulose. To do this, wood chips are cooked in “white liquor” made of sodium sulfide and sodium hydroxide. They break the lignin and cellulose apart, leaving solid wood pulp and a “black liquor”. The wood chips have now been turned to a pulp and are screened to remove any larger pieces. The pulp is washed to remove any residual cooking liquors and can then be formed into various paper products.

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