Belarus, Pakistan discuss cooperation in pulp and paper industry

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MINSK, (BelTA) – Belarus and Pakistan have discussed cooperation plans in the pulp and paper industry, BelTA learned from the National Center for Marketing and Price Study.

The National Center for Marketing and Price Study co-organized the online event “Belarus-Pakistan cooperation in the paper industry. New contacts – new opportunities”. The event was designed to build direct business contacts between Belarus and Pakistan in the pulp and paper industry.

As part of the event, Deputy Chairman of the Belarusian timber, woodworking, pulp, and paper industry concern Bellesbumprom Aleksandr Pshenny made a presentation on Belarus’ pulp and paper industry. Representatives of the All Pakistan Paper Merchants Association outlined possible avenues of cooperation between the two countries in this market segment.

The business part of the event included online b2b negotiations to discuss specificities of potential cooperation. Taking part in the talks on the Belarusian side were representatives of Svetlogorsk Pulp and Paper Mill, Newsprint Plant, Spartak Paper Mill, and Belarusian Wallpaper.