”Advanced Guidelines for the Chinese Paper Industry” topic for China Paper 2012 Conference
Sessions include a presentation of a market survey on the supply and demand of paper and board products in China, a report on the technical and market development trends of printing/writing papers as well as the presentation of a papermaking raw materials survey. The China Paper Technical Conference will be held on September 11, 2012, in conjunction with the China Paper Shanghai 2012 exhibition.
Apart from essential updates and news regarding the Chinese market and industry, the technical part of the conference provides delegates with valuable information on best available technologies, environmental issues and new innovations. Speakers include representatives from top industry players such as Pöyry (China Operations division), Kemira, Omya and Andritz.
- We are very proud to announce this year’s extensive programme, says Patrik Löwstedt, Vice President of Adforum, organisers of the China Paper exhibition and conference.
- A high-quality, value for money conference programme means a lot for the China Paper event as a whole, and this year’s agenda looks better than ever, continues Löwstedt.
- The conference covers the latest topics on both the economic and technical sides of the industry, says Pirkko Molkentin-Matilainen, CEO of PI, who has put together the programme together with CTAPI. - In my opinion it is especially important to give delegates the opportunity to learn about China's twelfth five-year plan on the pulp and paper industry, continues Molkentin-Matilainen.
Please find link below with full programme.
Organisers of the China Paper exhibition and conference are Adforum and E.J. Krause & Associates, Inc. and co-organisers of the conference are the Paper Engineers’ Association (PI) and the China Technical Association of Paper Industry (CTAPI).
For further information, please contact:
Exhibition, management etc
Mr Patrik Löwstedt, tel +46 8 749 4361 or email email@example.com
Conference topics etc
Mrs Pirkko Molkentin-Matilainen, tel +358 (09) 132 6696 or email firstname.lastname@example.org