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India is the fastest growing market for paper globally and it presents an exciting scenario for companies looking to introduce green technologies and take forward the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s initiative of ‘Make in India’.
With a large middle-class population and rising disposable incomes, the modern-day Indian is rapidly embracing consumerism and a model of online delivery-based retail.
This has created an unprecedented demand for high quality packaging paper.
In its effort to provide quality papers out of India for the domestic as well as international markets, Kushal Tradelink through its various associates has been using state-of-the-art machinery to manufacture a wide variety and range of Kraft Papers.
The manufacturing process for this does not involve chopping down of forests, but instead uses waste paper as raw material. This ensures we recycle existing resources and employ new, clean technologies for a more sustainable approach to development.
Kraft Paper is used mainly for corrugated boxes, multiwall sacks, and for the making of paper grocery bags, envelopes and other packaging materials.
The company’s paper divisions manufacture a wide variety of high quality Kraft Paper in a range of BF, GSM and colour mixes, all made through the process of recycling waste paper imported into India.
Currently, the group recycles over 1,76,000 tons of waste paper annually in our bid to make the world a greener place.