Paper Recycling Conference India brings together market leaders

To be held 6 – 7 February 2017 at The Leela, Mumbai, India, Paper Recycling Conference India is set to be the most eminent gathering of international paper recycling industry professionals in the sub-continent.


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To be held 6 – 7 February 2017 at The Leela, Mumbai, India, Paper Recycling Conference India is set to be the most eminent gathering of international paper recycling industry professionals in the sub-continent. Paper Recycling Conference India, organised by Recycling Today Media Group and Waste & Recycling Middle East magazine is the largest gathering of international paper recycling industry professionals in India. This is a business event serving the paper and paper recycling markets of the Indian subcontinent. The Indian paper industry is rapidly developing. As such, the market offers above average growth potential and the global paper and paper recycling industry has noticed this opportunity. With the paper industry static in many North American and European countries, more companies are looking to establish and grow business in this dynamic economy.

To capitalise on this increased interest, this conference targets all facets of the Indian paper and paper recycling industry. By attending this conference, delegates stand to gain by learning about the development plans for the paper manufacturing business and the impact these projects will have on raw material requirements; hearing from market leaders about recovered paper supply from Europe and the USA; gaining insight into recovered paper markets in India and global demand trends that will affect these markets, as well as the quality challenges inherent in today’s marketplace. The first day of the conference has an exclusive roundtable discussion involving paper manufacturers and mill suppliers in India, followed by sessions offering insights into the changing quality level and volume of paper grades in different parts of the world and its impact on the Indian paper recycling industry; scrap paper collection efforts and supply chain in India; plus logistics issues.

On the second day, presentations will explore finished and recovered fire pricing trends around the world and will offer a forecast of paper manufacturing on the Indian subcontinent. A forum for speakers and delegates will also draw comments on how manufacturers and recyclers can shape a better future The conference offers ample opportunities for networking and one-to-one meetings. Do attend Paper Recycling Conference India and benefit from the business opportunities the event presents. To know more about the event and to register, please visit  http://paperindia.recyclingtodayevents.com/