Founding President, Global Recycling Foundation & Immediate Past President
Bureau of International Recycling
Ranjit Singh Baxi, is Founder Chairman of International Recycling Limited, a leading exporter of Recovered Fibre for recycling, operating across UK, Europe and the Far East. In 2001, Mr Baxi’s company received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade).
In 2015 Mr Baxi was appointed President of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), for 4 year term, prior to which he was Treasurer from 2011 and President of the Paper Division from 2007-2013. BIR is a global body for Recycling representing Members and Associations from over 70 countries.
Mr. Baxi believes in promoting free and fair trade of Recyclables globally.
In October 2018 Mr. Baxi announced the formation of Global Recycling Foundation, as its Founding President, to help promote the Recycling message globally as well as promoting Global Recycling Day which was first launched on the 18th of March 2018. The foundation aims to work with various stakeholders in making 18th March as a UN recognized Global Recycling Day.
Mr. Baxi is a recognised expert in the recycling business, and is a major contributor to international trade journals.
He recently published an authoritative book “Recycling our Future – A Global Strategy” launched June 2014 at BIR Miami Convention. http://www.whittlespublishing.com/Recycling_our_Future
Amongst many awards received, Mr. Baxi was honoured to be voted ‘Asian of The Year’ in 2008.
Mr Baxi has also held a number of Non-Executive directorships, including being a Board Director of British Olympic Park Legacy Company, London.
A fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, FRSA, Mr Baxi holds a Bachelor of Science degree - BSc and a Master of Business Administration – MBA.
How China is Shaping the Global Pulp Demand
Tuesday, 17 September, 2019
- Exploring the impact of the RCP import ban into China
- How India, Indonesia and Taiwan are reacting
- Are container and breakbulk carriers positioned to respond to shifting trade flows?
- Assessing whether this will lead to high pulp prices and increased transportation costs
- Understanding the potential for the Chinese pulp market continuing to mature
- Where are the likely next high growth markets for virgin fibers?