Orient to invest Rs 100 crore

By Our Corporate Bureau | 10 Dec 2003

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Mumbai: Orient Papers India Ltd's (OPIL) state-of-the-art plant at Amlai is fully integrated with facilities for production of high-strength pulp, combined with high-speed paper machines and independent power generation.

The company has also recently set up a technologically intensive facility to produce a spectrum of world-class soft tissue paper. The move has already established OPIL as the market leader of the fast growing tissue paper industry. Currently, the company enjoys 60-per cent market share of the tissue paper industry.

OPIL, a member of the GP-CK Birla group, was incorporated in 1939. Today, OPIL has grown into a multi-product company with a strong customer focus. A technologically advanced company, OPIL is dedicated towards protection and enhancement of environment and ecology. Producing wood and bamboo based products, OPIL is present in the writing, printing and tissue paper segments.

One of the main players in the writing and printing segment, with a market share of 14 per cent, OPIL manufactures cultural and cut-size papers. OPIL has blazed a trail by promoting and successfully managing the Pan African Paper Mills Ltd in Kenya in partnership with the Kenyan government and International Finance Corp. One of the most successful Indian joint ventures in the world, Panpaper has received important technical and management services from OPIL.

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