Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Limited at Paperex 2023

6 to 9 December, Greater Noida — Hall 12, Stall no K02

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TNPL will focus on packaging boards and cup stocks at Paperex 2023

Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Limited (TNPL), a leading manufacturer of paper from bagasse, will showcase its products at the upcoming Paperex 2023 exhibition, scheduled to be held from 6 to 9 December at India Expo Center, Greater Noida.

According to Saravana S, senior manager (marketing) TNPL, the event is only a platform to showcase its diverse range of products but also to engage with potential customers and unveil its new offerings and plans. “Paperex is an important event for us and the entire paper industry to showcase our new products and plans to potential customers from around the world,” Saravana said.

TNPL produces a wide range of premium goods such as coated folding box boards, SBS boards, and cup stocks in the range of 165 to 450 gsm. At the exhibition, TNPL will focus on packaging boards and cup stocks. Maplitho varieties such as TNPL radiant platinum, TNPL radiant stationery, TNPL eco maplitho and folding box board (FBB), and SBS board varieties such as aura fold plus, aura brilliant plus, aura grafik, and cup stock varieties such as aura flute, aura flute supreme will be on display at Hall 12, Stall no K02.

This is a major international event. The exhibition gets visitors from both the international and domestic markets. The visitor profile includes current and potential customers, dealers, traders, and others associated with the paper industry. We look forward to meeting our potential customers at Paperex 2023,” said Saravana.

Saravana laid down TNPL‘s plans for a new paperboard machine and the aim to manufacture paper and paperboards of top-notch quality and achieve an overall production of 1 million tons per annum.

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