Xinjiang benefits from the most popular western de

2022-07-25
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Xinjiang benefits from the development of the western region. The paper industry is advantaged in China. Xinjiang has a vast territory and rich natural resources, which is conducive to the development of the paper industry. In particular, it is a continental climate. The light extrusion unit has different uses, and its auxiliary equipment is also different. It has a long illumination time and a large temperature difference between day and night. It is very suitable for the growth of reed, cotton and fast-growing poplar, which are raw materials for papermaking. For example, the Korla Region is dry and rainless, so the reed growth process avoids the disaster of rain and mildew, and ensures the growth quality of the reed. The cotton stalk grown here has low sugar content, is not easy to rot, and is easy to preserve. It is an ideal material for the production of corrugated raw paperboard. Fast growing poplar is the superior raw material for papermaking. It is precisely because Xinjiang, a unique large automobile industry, also provides a huge potential land climate, which makes the growth rate of fast-growing poplar 10 times faster than that of ordinary poplar. Its pulp production rate has reached about 50%. It is an ideal raw material for the development of wood pulp production, the integration of forest and paper, and the upgrading of products

the paper industry takes up a lot of space. In addition to the large area of workshops and warehouses, taking reed as raw material, for example, a paper mill with an annual output of 100000 tons of pulp needs 260000 tons of reed. Calculated by producing one ton of reed per mu, the enterprise needs 260000 Mu of land, which is difficult to achieve in densely populated areas. Xinjiang has unique advantages in this respect

Xinjiang is located in a remote area. If the pulp produced is transported to the mainland, it will increase the cost. However, Xinjiang is adjacent to the four countries in East Asia. The papermaking technology of these four countries is very backward, and their product packaging is also backward. Therefore, a large number of pulp and paper products need to be imported every year to meet domestic demand. To this end, it can be said that Xinjiang does not worry about its own pulp, paper and paper products

the western development policy has brought opportunities for rapid economic development to Xinjiang. With the improvement of people's living standards, people's demand for paper and paper products will also increase. At present, the per capita consumption of paper and paper products in Xinjiang is less than 10 kg, while the national per capita consumption is 26 kg. If Xinjiang reaches the current national average level within 10 years through efforts, it can achieve close contact with different markets and customers. At that time, the demand for paper and paper products in Xinjiang will be 430000 tons, while the current output is less than 200000 tons. This is a big market gap and a powerful condition for the development of paper industry in Xinjiang. At the same time, the development of paper industry will also drive the development of other industries that can save fossil energy, especially the development of paper product packaging

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