• 11th International Exhibition On Paper, Tissue, Paperboard & Converting Industry

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Founded in 1956, China National Pulp and Paper Research Institute Co., Ltd. (CNPPRI) is China’s professional service organization dedicated to the inheritance and innovation of paper technology. For years, CNPPRI provides comprehensive services for the tissue paper and hygiene products industry, including the monthly publication of the Tissue Paper & Disposable Products Magazine, the editing and issuance of the Directory of Tissue Paper & Disposable Products (China), the holding of the China International Disposable Paper Expo, the survey of the tissue paper and hygiene products industry, and the compilation and publication of the Annual Report on Chinese Tissue Paper & Hygiene Products Industry.
China International Disposable Paper Expo (CIDPEX), organized by CNPPRI, is the largest exhibition for the tissue paper and disposable hygiene products industry in the world. After 30 years of development, CIDPEX has become an influential platform for Chinese and overseas enterprises in the tissue paper and hygiene products industry to exchange information and expand business in China.
The 30th China International Disposable Paper Expo (CIDPEX2023) is going to be held on April 19-21, 2023 at Nanjing International Expo Center, Jiangsu, China. To remove the remaining COVID-19 international travel restrictions, China National Pulp and Paper Research Institute Co., Ltd. decided to provide remote exhibiting solutions for overseas exhibitors. We will provide exhibiting assistant and prepare all the promotional materials for the exhibitors, allowing them to expand their business in China and reach Chinese customers without the trip.
Advantages of remote exhibiting include multi-channel promotion for products to be exhibited (Pre-CIDPEX2023), a private exhibiting assistant to publicize products & hold video meeting (during-CIDPEX2023) and continuous promotion for targeted customers to achieve business matching (post-CIDPEX2023). CNPPRI hopes that the remote exhibiting service could provide overseas enterprises with great opportunities to mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and expand the market in China.

Packaging Industry Association of India (PIAI) is functioning as the apex organization of all kinds of packaging industries for the last many years. PIAI has integrated Packaging industries and allied Sector to explore emerging business opportunities and support for business Growth, Export Promotion, International Collaborations, Joint Ventures, Identify Advanced & patented Technology, channelising Investment, Import facilitation and Business Expansion & diversification.
Packaging Industry Association of India is providing assistance to Small, Medium and Large Companies for Domestic Business Growth, marketing & promotion of packaging products, equipment, machinery, materials and items at National and International markets. PIAI provides business networking platform for connectivity among manufacturers, exporters, importers, raw material suppliers, buyers, technology providers and end users to establish and enhance business contacts and business alliances. PIAI is playing important role to create awareness among enterprises about new & advanced technological developments, transformations and innovations in the field of Packaging sector for global competitiveness as well as promoting & branding unique products at domestic and global market.

SME Chamber of India, a premier national Chamber has been working for the development of SMEs from manufacturing, service sectors and allied industrial / business sectors for the last 29 years. The Chamber integrates SMEs, large corporates, MNCs, banks, investors, policy makers, Young & Women entrepreneurs and Start–Ups to establish and enhance contacts for better business growth and expansion.
The Chamber has been on a forefront for policy implementation, policy change and encouraging SMEs to avail various incentives, government schemes as well as business and investment opportunities in the era of Make-In-India. The Chamber organises various activities to impart knowledge, skills, scale and provides a platform for promotion of products and services, enhancement of contacts for the business growth, utilisation of unique marketing and branding facilities, advance technology for improvement of capabilities & productivity, quality assurance, utilisation of benefits and advantages of various government departments for domestic and export promotion. The Chamber is also channelising finance from banks & FIs, export finance, venture capital, private equity, external commercial borrowings and investment for enhancement of business activities.
The Chamber has been providing unique support to SMEs, Young & Women entrepreneurs and Start–Ups to convert business ideas and new concepts into profitable business ventures as well as strengthening family manage businesses for better development as well as transition and transformation.

Indian Agro & Recycled Paper Mills Association (IARPMA) is the apex body represents the vibrant non-wood paper (NCRM) segment in India.
Non-wood paper sector in India is the largest Paper and board manufacturer in the country. Out of total production of paper & board in India, 70-75% is contributed by non-wood sector with a product mix of all varieties of paper (writing, printing, packaging, speciality, paperboards and newsprint) located in all regions of India using unconventional raw materials like recyclable waste paper, agro-residues, viz. bagasse, wheat straw & rice straw, other elephanta grass, jute, grass, etc comprise thus the membership of IARPMA represent a broad spectrum of such mills
The member mills of the Association (IARPMA) help the country to meet the major requirements of paper from waste materials. Thus help in conversion of waste into wealth.
IARPMA is registered body registered with the Registrar of Societies, Government of NCT of Delhi and function as a catalytic agent for the promotion and development of Indian Paper Industry.
Out of total paper production in India, around 75 per cent of paper and board is contributed by the members of IARPMA in India with a product mix of all varieties of paper - writing, printing, packaging, specialty, paperboards and newsprint, located in all regions of India IARPMA is registered with the registrar of societies, Government of NCT of Delhi. Since its inception in 1987, IARPMA is function as a catalytic agent for the promotion and development of Indian Paper Industry. With the support and co-operation of our members, within a short span of time, IARPMA has been able to carve out a prominent place for the agro residues and recycled fiber based paper mills in the country.

History of PITA

The UK has a long-established line of Paper Industry organisations, which started in 1872 with the inauguration of The Paper Makers’ Association of England Wales, Scotland & Ireland (PMA). The PMA discussed formation of a technical grouping as early as 1915, but it was not until the AGM of February 1920 that the proposal to form a Technical Section was proposed and ratified. To quote directly from a contemporary document:
“The basis then adopted was of the widest possible nature and was intended to secure the co-operation not only of the chemist and engineer filled with the restless spirit investigation, but also of all interested in the trade who sympathise with the scientific outlook and scientific habit of mind, whether papermakers, administrative officials or members of allied industries.”
The PMA became the British Paper & Board Makers Association (BPBMA) in 1949, then the British Paper & Board Industry Federation (BPBIF) in 1974. Meanwhile the Technical Section transformed into the Technical Division of the BPBIF in 1975, before becoming the Paper Industry Technical Association (PITA) in 1982.
PITA celebrated its Centenary in 2020 – an achievement which follows that of Zellcheming (Germany, 2005), OZEPA (Austria, 2012), PI (Finland, 2014), PTF (Norway, 2014), PAPTAC (Canada, 2015) and TAPPI (USA, 2015).