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Daily News / Global Trends / Market Analysis / Pulp & Paper / Asia & Middle East
August 23, 2015

India to rely on hardwood chips imports because of lack in forest resources

India has limited domestic forest resources to supply its forest industry, and with growing domestic demand for forest products, the country’s pulp mills and sawmills have found it necessary to increase importation of wood raw-material both in the form of wood chips and logs.    Over the next five years, demand for paper is expected to increase by between 2-12% annually, depending on paper grade. Over the past decade, the domestic pulp industry has steadily increased its usage of pulpwood because of higher pulp production, less usage of bamboo and because several pulp mills ...

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