Pulp & paper processing chemicals market to expand at high growth rate


 

Chemical pulping is the process of converting wood chips, with the help of certain chemicals, into paper pulp, utilized further for producing paper. This method utilizes chemical cooking, in which single cellulose fibres are obtained as an outcome of the breaking up of wood or some similar raw materials. There are various chemicals that can be used to carry out the chemical pulping process. Read more

 

 Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC), India and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) as a part of their commitment to completely phase-out hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) by the year 2030 in India, have organized several national level workshops on implementing energy efficiency and phasing out HCFCs in the building sector. These workshops were organized by Ozone Cell, MoEF&CC with support from Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
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The North America wood preservative coatings market is estimated to be valued at more than $2,000 Mn by 2017 end, and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 5.2 percent over the forecast period to be valued at more than $3,300 Mn by 2027 end. The wood preservative coatings market in the region is projected to exhibit a CAGR of 4.9 percent in terms of volume over 2017–2027, according to a report by Future Market Insights. North America is anticipated to reach 868,047 tonnes by 2027 end from 539,973 tonnes in 2017. Read more

 

 
GE Additive has unveiled the first beta machine developed as part of its Project A.T.L.A.S program. The meter-class, laser powder-bed fusion machine has been developed to provide manufacturers of large parts and components with a scalable solution that can be configured and customized to their own specific industry applications. Project A.T.L.A.S (Additive Technology Large Area System) is GE Additive’s company-wide program to develop the next generation large additive machines. Read more

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