Sustainable solutions from Kuantum papers at Paperex

Paperex 2023 Noida — Hall 14, Stand P11

Sustainable solutions from Kuantum papers at Paperex

Kuantum Papers, a paper manufacturer specializing in high-quality agro and wood-based maplitho, copier, specialty, and cream wove papers, is taking part in Paperex 2023 from 6 to 9 December 2023 at India Expo Center, Greater Noida.

Along with its diverse portfolio of high-quality agro and wood-based papers, Kuantum Papers is showcasing its range of specialty products, encompassing cupstock, base paper for straws, and carry bag paper at Hall 14, Stand P11.

In line with our vision for a sustainable future, we are highlighting our products that effectively reduce dependence on single-use plastics. Each paper product has its unique features and applications that have been developed to successfully meet the evolving needs of the customer,” said Sanjay Khosla, chief marketing officer, Kuantum Papers.

Khosla says the exhibition is an important forum to showcase its product range as well as the latest innovations in processes and engage with industry stakeholders. He says it is the perfect place to reaffirm the company’s commitment to technological advancements along with eco-friendly practices and have meaningful discussions on the opportunities, challenges and growth prospects of the paper industry. “We envision not just participating but leading conversations that can shape the future of the Indian paper industry on a global platform,” he said.

Through this exhibition, Kuantum Papers aims to strengthen existing relationships, build new ones, and explore exciting business and investment opportunities. The company, he says, is open to learning and gaining insights from other exhibitors on the latest papermaking technologies, sustainable practices, and recent developments in the field of paper manufacturing.

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