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printing & writing segment, JK Paper Ltd. Ranks 15th among Global paper producers. JK Paper has two largest integrated paper manufacturing plants – JK Paper mills in the eastern port in the state Orissa with 1, 25,000 TPA coated, uncoated and pulp manufacturing capacity & central pulp mill in the western part in Gujarat state with 55,000 TPA packing board manufacturing capacity & 60,000 TPA packing board manufacturing capacity. Both mills manufacturing premium grade writing & printing papers, largely branched. Both plants are ISO 9001 - 2001 & ISO 14001, certified & operated around 120% capacity utilization. JK Paper (JKPL) is engaged in paper manufacturing business. Incorporated in 1960, the company is part of JK Organisation, which ha
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  INDEX S.NO. CONTENS PAGE NO. 1. INTRODUCTION OF INDUSTRY 2. INDUSTRIAL SENORIES 3. PURPOSE TO VISITE 4. DEPARTMENTS 5. POWER HOUSE 6. PROCESS OF PAPER  1.   INTRODUTION   JK Group started its paper business way back in the 1938 with a board mill in Bhopal, but now JK Paper Ltd. In India’s 6 th largest paper manufacturer, produces 1, 80,000 tons of paper &  pulp in a year. JK Paper Ltd…, India’s largest producer of branched paper is a leading playing in  printing & writing segment, JK Paper Ltd. Ranks 15 th  among Global paper producers. JK Paper has two largest integrated paper manufacturing plants  –   JK Paper mills in the eastern port in the state Orissa with 1, 25,000 TPA coated, uncoated and pulp manufacturing capacity & central pulp mill in the western part in Gujarat state with 55,000 TPA packing board manufacturing capacity & 60,000 TPA packing board manufacturing capacity. Both mills manufacturing premium grade writing & printing papers, largely branched. Both plants are ISO 9001 - 2001 & ISO 14001, certified & operated around 120% capacity utilization. JK Paper (JKPL) is engaged in paper manufacturing business. Incorporated in 1960, the company is part of JK Organisation, which has business interest in automotive tyres, cement, v  –   belts, oil  –  seals, agric  –seeds and pulp and paper. JK Paper is India’s largest producer of branded  papers is a leading player in the printing and writing segment. The company operates two manufacturing facilities located at Rayagada (Orissa) and Songadh (Gujarat). The production capacities of these facilities are 125,000 tonnes per annum (TPA) and 55,000 TPA respectively. Annually, the aggregate output of the company is over 180,000 tonnes per year of paper and  pulp. 40% of paper produce by the company is sold under various brand names viz. JK Copier, JK Excel Bond, JK Bond, JK Savannah, JK Copier Plus and JK Easy Copier. The other major  product is JK Map litho, a superior uncoated writing and printing paper. It is the only company having a wide portfolio of branded products. JK Copier is the flagship brand of company which is largest selling copier brand in Sri Lanka. In the year 2005, the company established a 46,000 TPA coating plant to produce international quality coated art paper and boards. The company market's this product under the  brand name JK Cote. It also runs in  –  house research programme, under which the company is conducting plantation on more than 45,000 hectares of land. The plantation with its superior quality plants provides high quality raw materials. The company is also implementing TPM with the help of Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance. The company exports its products to internal markets located at Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Middle East, Africa, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and many more. JK Paper is also engaged in outsourcing activity wherein it contracts the capacities of other mills in India and abroad to manufactures various grades of paper, maintaining the same quality and service assurance. Some of the paper grades outsourced include Chromo (one side coated), Maplitho (uncoated woodfree), CG (copier grade) and some varieties of coated paper (C2S) and packaging board to meet Indian market requirement. The J. K. Organisation  is a group of companies with headquarters in Delhi and run by the Singhania family which rose to prominence in Kanpur, India, under Lala Kamlapatji, a fighter for  Indian independence who burnt up his stock of English cloth on the call of  Mahatma Gandhi during his satyagrah [ clarification needed  ]  call against British rule. Kamlapatji also set up  the Uttar Pradesh Chamber of Commerce. The name JK is derived from the initials of Kamlapatji (1884  –  1937) and his father Seth Juggilal (1857  –  1922). The group was founded in 1918. [1]  The group rose in importance in the 1960s and 1970s when it occupied the third position as an industrial conglomerate after the Birlaand Tata conglomerates. The family is currently divided into three main groups headed by 3 patriarchs namely Dr Gaur Hari Singhania based out of Kanpur, Shri Hari Shankar Singhania based out of Delhi and Shri Vijaypat Singhania, based out of Mumbai. These three patriarchs are first cousins who now run independent businesses. The Kanpur family runs JK Cements, JK Technosoft, the Delhi family runs, JK Tyre, JK Papers, JK Lakshmi Cement, Fenner India, JK Risk Managers & Insurance Brokers and the Mumbai family runs the Raymonds group of companies. To maintain the family history and legacy, the various family run companies though completely independent and many publicly owned and listed subscribe to the JK Group Logo and the oldest male member of the generation in power by tradition becomes the President of the JK Group ( The Association of Trade unions) and allots the logo to companies run by various family members as and when the apply for membership and pay an annual fee for the same. It is pertinent to note that these three different units are technically and legally separate entities and have no cross holdings and have no common directors and employees except for the shared family history. INDUSTRY SCENARIO The industry witnessed a significant decline in profitability on account of raw material  price rise and its inability to pass on the input cost increases fully. Growth was impacted by slowdown in economic activity and lower spends. Despite this, India continues to be one of the fastest growing paper markets in the world. The lower per capita consumption compared to the world average indicates the future potential for growth. Greater thrust on literacy and education, changing lifestyle, growth in organised retail and higher disposable income in rural areas will fuel paper and board consumption in the country. Office Papers: While there was some impact of slowdown on the Office Papers market due to its linkage with corporate and economic activity, the new production capacities that came on stream during the previous year have now been absorbed. The scenario improved towards the end of the year and the company could pass on input cost increases partially through price revisions. The situation should ease further as the economic activity picks up. The Company's brands JK Copier , JK Easy Copier , JK Copier Plus , Sparkle and Cedar continue to enjoy a strong market position. The company also enjoys a strong brand equity in niche segments through products like JK Excel Bond , JK Ledger and MICR Cheque Papers .  Coated Papers: Growth in Coated Paper segment was muted due to decreased marketing spends  by businesses. Coated Paper prices continued to be under stress due to increased imports from Asian countries. Weaker Rupee provided some relief as landed prices of these imports rose. JK Cote and JK Supercote continue to attract a wide variety of customers due their superior quality and recorded higher sales volume during the year. Packaging Board: The Packaging Board segment maintained its growth momentum during the year due to increasing demand for value added packaging. The demand is being driven by growth in organized retail and continuous shift from low quality Packaging Boards to superior varieties. The company's brands JK Tuffcote and JK Ultima are well established in this highly demanding segment. Despite augmentation of capacity in 2010  –  11, the capacity utilization stood at 108% due to growing demand for the Company's products.    EXPANSION & NEW VENTURES In order to address the opportunity in the Office Papers and enhance the Company's leadership position in this segment, an ambitious expansion Project is nearing completion at Unit JKPM with an outlay of Rs. 1653 Crore. This would enhance the Company's annual capacity from the current 2,90,000 tonnes to 4,55,000 tonnes per annum. This consists of a 2,15,000 tpa  pulp mill, 1,65,000 tpa paper machine , 55 MW Power plant and requisite utilities. The machines used for the expansion have been sourced from leading global and domestic suppliers and incorporate state of the art technology. With this, the Company will be able to minimize environmental impact by conserving water and energy besides reducing emissions. It will also render scale economies and lead to more efficient use of fibre. All this will result in improvement of margins for the Company. Quality of paper produced will be of international standards and will cater to evolving customer needs. Production is expected by 2nd quarter of the current financial year. Your Company has identified High  –  end Corrugated Packaging as a market with high growth potential and has decided to venture into this segment. JK Paper has entered into a Joint Venture agreement with Oji Holdings Corporation and Marubeni Corporation of Japan for setting up a modern manufacturing facility for Corrugated Packaging. The Capital outlay is estimated at Rs. 150 Crore. The plant will manufacture high quality packaging products required by Consumer Durables, Electronics, Auto Components, FMCG and Food Processing Industries.    CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND QUALITY] JK Paper has been constantly endeavouring to upgrade product quality so that its offerings meet customers' expectations. It has also been developing new tailor made products to meet consumer's specific end  –  use requirements. In line with the Company's regular practice, customers were invited at regular intervals to mills, personnel from our manufacturing units also visited the customers at their respective facilities to interact on various quality related

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