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Hand Book of Converting and Finishing

Author Name: T.S. Manoj Kumar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Technology & Engineering | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #57 in Production, Operation & Management

This book is about practical experience, how to manage converting and finishing operations. Major contents in this book are regarding the complete guide to the converting and finishing operation, wherein pulp and paper academic details are not available. This book is illustrative, easy to understand and gain knowledge.

Conversion and finishing are the post-manufacturing activities such as rewinding, reel packing, sheeting, paper and paperboard sorting, counting and packing with maximum efficiency and minimum finishing loss. Finishing loss means the loss that happens during conversion and finishing, impacting the finished or saleable production in the paper industry. The illustrations in this book will help you gain some experience and knowledge about troubleshooting.

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T.S. Manoj Kumar

Mr. T.S. Manoj Kumar is a bachelor of applied science in pulp and paper technology from Karnataka University, Dandeli, and has expertise in packaging, converting and finishing. He is a member of APPTA, IPPTA, TAPPI and is associated with the Indian Institute of Packaging.

He began his career at ITC Paperboard & Specialty Papers Ltd. in 1986. He has worked and led many departments in other paper industries such as Sinar Mas India Ltd, Ballarpur Industries and West Coast Paper Mills.  

He not only has experience in converting and finishing but also expertise in outsourced conversion operations. He has worked in various sections such as offline coating, secondary fiber treatment plant, stock preparation, purchase logistics and warehouse operations. He has 33 years of industrial experience in various projects of installation and commissioning of converting machines.