Nine Dragons Paper Holdings Limited

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Nine Dragons Paper Holdings
玖龙纸业控股
Public
Traded as SEHK2689
Industry Papermaking
Founded (1994)
Headquarters Hong Kong, China
Area served
People's Republic of China
Key people
Miss Zhang Yin, (Chairwoman)
Products Containerboard, Printing / Writing Paper
Revenue Increase US$ 2.7 Billion (2010)
Increase US$ 333.4 Million (2010)
Website www.ndpaper.com

Nine Dragons Paper (Holdings) Limited (SEHK2689) is a privately owned paper manufacturing company in Mainland China, engaging in the manufacturing of containerboard products which include linerboard, duplex board as well as pulp. Its CEO and largest shareholder is Ms. Zhang Yin.

The company was established in 1995 and is the largest paperboard producer in Asia and one of the largest in the world in terms of production capacity.[1] It has 9 factories in China and Vietnam.

Nine Dragons Paper was listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 3 March 2006.

History[edit]

Since commencing production in 1998 with a 200,000 tonnes kraftliner machine, Nine Dragons has expanded to producing over 13 million tonnes of paper products globally.

While many mills globally use forest products for paper production, Nine Dragons primarily uses recycled paper as the raw material source. The company recycles over 10 million tonnes of fiber annually.

Today, the company employs over 15,000 employees globally with 9 manufacturing hubs. Notably, the company's Dongguan facility is the world's largest concentrated paper mill with 15 paper machines producing 5.25 million tonnes of products. Many of Nine Dragons' facilities are also supported with in-house power plants, ports, and trucking. The company has power capacity of over 1,400 MW at various production facilities combined.

Investigations[edit]

Nine Dragons has been investigated by the media in Toronto over poor working conditions in the mills handling paper collected in the recycling program in Toronto.[2] Brokers working for the City of Toronto's Toronto Solid Waste Management have been sending paper collected to Nine Dragon mills in Dongguang.

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