Appita has been serving the Australian and New Zealand pulp, paper and fibre packaging industry since 1947 and now bioindustries. The association continues to promote innovation and manufacturing best practices across the forest products, pulp, paper and packaging value chain, including new biomass-derived products, through their conferences and events, and publications, such as the Appita digital magazine and monthly e-Newsletter. The Appita Training and Professional Development courses form a major part of the transfer of knowledge throughout the industry, and ultimately ensure the continuance of up-skilling opportunities. Full details of Appita’s products and services can be found at www.appita.com
The Association of Indonesia Pulp and Paper Industries was setup in 1969 as a platform of Indonesia pulp and paper industry, to championing their achievements and benefits of doing sustainable pulp and paper industries while also improving their competitiveness. Promoting and developing the pulp and paper industry in Indonesia by gathering all potentials for cooperation with all related stakeholders, ensuring industry’s compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and assisting the achievement of performance standard based on national and international criteria
Taiwan Paper Industry Association (TPIA) was established on September 22, 1947. For more than 70 years, TPIA has served to coordinate industry relations, advance common interests, and promote the sustainable development of the paper industry.
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. Out of total paper production in India, around 75 percent 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
The Thai Pulp and Paper Industries Association (TPPIA) was established in December 1976. For more then 40 years, TPPIA has contributed to the national economic development, coordinated industry relations, advanced common interests and promoted the sustainable development of the pulp and paper industry in Thailand.
Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) continues to shape the business events industry of Thailand with exceptional acumen and effective solutions. With a robust service support system and innovative approaches to co-create distinctive programs for the organisers, TCEB is redefining the MICE landscape to maintain Thailand’s impact as a top Asian business destination. Established by Royal Decree in 2002, the government agency is tasked with promoting and developing the business tourism sector in Thailand.
Over 100 Paper Mills are established in Myanmar, mainly are small and medium scale. All the mills main Raw Materials are OCC, ONP, Varieties of Waste Paper (Old Journals, Old Exercise Books, Trim Waste) and etc, producing Corrugation Medium Paper, Test Liner, Writing and Printing, Tissue Paper and etc; Myanmar Pulp and Paper Industry Association (MPPIA) is established since 2011. MPPIA is incorporated under the Myanmar Companies Act and officially recognized as an Association by the Government of the Republic of Myanmar, Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development with the Notification No.99/2014-2015 (Association), dated 3rd October 2014. Main Objectives is to upgrade and develop the Pulp and Paper Industry sector of Myanmar and supporting the needs of Paper Manufacturers and also to the relative line of Business such as Carton Box, Paper Converting, Paper Suppliers and Stationary Dealers. To get Technical knowhow thru forging close relationship with neighboring countries of Pulp and Paper Industry Associations to increase.