Nikita Papers Limited was incorporated on July 18, 1989 as a Limited Company under the Companies Act, 1956. The unit started its commercial production of kraft paper in April 08, 1992 with an installed capacity of 3500MT per annum. The total project was financed jointly by UPFC and Oriental Bank of Commerce. The Company initially set up as an Agro Waste Paper Mill for manufacturing of Kraft Paper and commenced its operations with a small 3500 TPA Capacity.

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Manufacturing Process

The Kraft process, also referred to as the sulfate process or as Kraft pulping, is a process used to produce paper pulp. The purpose of the process is to remove the lignin from the cellulose in the wood fibers that are placed in side larger pressure vessels that are called digesters.In order to accomplish this, the process utilizes sodium sulfide and caustic sodium hydroxide.


The company has successfully achieved ISO certifications to deliver high quality Kraft Papers to cater the needs of the market.


We have a state of the art facility fully equipped with the latest machines & an environment friendly plant.

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Nikita Papers Ltd. in leadership through Quality in the Indian Industry has been setting benchmarks from its inception and continues to do so.

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