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Rayana Paper to add PM-II of 100 TPD Writing & Printing Paper

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Find the paper mill expansion news at Rayana Paper Board Industries Limited at Gorakhpur.

Rayana Paper to add PM-II of 100 TPD Writing & Printing Paper

Gorakhpur | 5th November 2019 | The Pulp and Paper Times: 

“Consumption of paper is closely linked to the economic development of a country. In India, though the per capita consumption of paper is low, still it is gradually improving with economic growth. Industrial production, expenditure incurred on the print media, government spending on education, population growth and literacy levels are the key contributing factors,” explained by Mr. Lalji Singh, Managing Director of Rayana Paper Board Industries Limited.

“Writing & printing paper segment has witnessed optimum capacity utilizations levels over the past few years due to steady demand growth. We are very excited to increase our capacity by 100 TPD of writing Printing Paper.  Currently, we are operating at 60 TPD,” Mr. Singh informed.

Rayana Paper has pumped up the investment of INR 20 crore for installing the paper machine in same premises. “We are expected to start the commercial production on PM-2 by Dec 2019 or Jan 2020. The civil work of building construction has been completed and machinery's erection work is in full swing,” Mr. Singh said.

“We have been sourcing the plant and machinery from India as well China, Peer Machine has been chosen for plant and machinery and Parason Machinery is supplying pulp mill section. The new machine is fully automatic with all critical components to produce the fine quality paper. The deckle will be 2.9 (Finished) meter and speed is designed at 550 m/min,” Mr. Singh further said. 

Rayana Paper is expected to make 48 to 80 GSM paper with 75 to 80 percent brightness. The paper will be completely wood free and to be sold in domestic market only. The end application of paper will be for the manufacturing of notebooks and book publishing. The finished product is to be sold between INR 45 to 50 per kg in the market.

Printing and Writing segment demand is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% and reach 5.8 million tonnes in FY21. The demand is expected to grow on account of pick-up from the education sector with improving literacy rates and universalization of education through legislative steps like Right to Education, Government measures like Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Mid-day Meal Schemes, Girl Education Programme, growing enrolment as well as increasing number of schools, colleges and institutions, rising enrolment numbers and increased spending on education by all sections of the society, which is expected to lead to an increased expenditure on textbooks and notebooks.

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