A new Paper mill starts in Uttarakhand
Aadharshree Paper mill starts manufacturing specialty grades paper
Aadharshree Paper Mill starts manufacturing specialty grades paper
Roorkee | 25th March 2021 | The Pulp and Paper Times:
The rising preference of sustainable packaging has led to an increase in demand for packaging solutions that can also be recycled. In fact, machine glazed poster and kraft paper manufacturers are inclined towards sustainable packaging and are promoting environment-friendly packaging.
“The shift in the adoption of flexible packaging rather than rigid packaging is responsible for driving the machine glazed poster and kraft paper market’s growth. There is an increasing penetration of machine glazed kraft paper for the packaging of food and beverages, personal care and cosmetics products, textiles and other industrial products in India,” Said Mr. Shrey Verma, Director at newly started paper mill, Aadharshree Paper Mills Private Limited.
Situated at Roorkee, Uttarakhand, Aadharshree Paper is well equipped to produce 80 TPD MG Poster and Kraft paper on the same machine, “This is a very proud moment for us of being associated with the Indian Paper Industry. We are stepping in the specialty paper segment which is very much in demand; paper is to be manufactured from recycled fibre,” he said during trial production process.
Mr. Verma further said that we have invested in the best technology and engaged elite supplier for paper machinery. “Our finished deckle of machine is 4.35 meter. We are aiming to produce low GSM paper in between 30 to 70 ranges and BF for MG kraft will be up to 22,” he said.
“The ability of machine glazed kraft paper to provide exclusive mechanical strength, flexibility and printability makes it an ideal choice for [the] packaging of industrial and non-industrial goods. Shifting inclination towards strong, yet sustainable packaging solutions will create sales opportunities,” He explained.
Aadharshree has procured the plant and machinery from Hardayal Engineering, and pulp mill section has been installed by Parason Machinery. “From wire part to rewinder, we have bought the machinery from Hardayal Engineering, it’s a completely automatic production unit with all critical components,” Mr. Verma informed.
The new paper mill can achieve a production level up to 90 TPD.
“Our project got delayed due to the corona pandemic, otherwise we might have started the paper production in September last year,” Mr. Verma said.