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Berlin Co., Ltd.: optimistic about China's recycled paper industry

affected by the rising market demand for paper and paperboard, China's recycled paper output has achieved significant growth in recent years. According to statistics, the domestic consumption of recycled paper was 7.6 million tons in 1994, and many primary sex goods were made of plastic. In 2011, this figure increased to 71 million tons

Asian countries, especially those with wood shortages such as China and India, which officially passed Boeing certification in 2017, are still very dependent on recycled paper, and their demand for recycled paper will continue to grow in the next few years. China should build an energy-saving and environment-friendly society with the support of the world's leading U.S. engineering and technology research and development center through recycling and rational use of waste paper

Korea blans Co., Ltd. is a large waste paper supply company, with a monthly supply of 80000 ~ 100000 tons of daily and Korean waste. Its headquarters are located in Seoul, South Korea. It has obtained AQSIQ certificate and other international certifications such as ISO 9001 and ISO14001. It is the only renewable resources export enterprise certified by the Korean government. Yan berong, President of the company, was appointed as the executive director of CIQA (China entry exit inspection and Quarantine Association)

Berlin Co., Ltd. is optimistic about the development of China's recycled paper market and believes that with the development of China's recycled industry, the demand for waste paper will also increase. Korean waste and Japanese waste have unique geographical advantages, which will provide strong support for China's recycled paper industry in the future

while optimistic about China's recycled paper industry, Berlin Co., Ltd. also said that the development of China's recycled industry will bring progress to China's paper-making equipment. China's paper-making equipment with China's price competitiveness can radiate to South Korea and Japan to meet the needs of factories

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