Pulpaper 2014 Helsinki – 3-5 June 2014
One of the most influential events for the global pulp, paper, board, converting and bio based industries. Last time around there were 625 exhibitors and over 12000 visitors from 63 countries. This time around influencing the whole event is the 100th anniversary of the Paper Engineers' Association, click here to read more about the spectacular celebration and gala evening in the Helsinki Music Centre. Several new features can be found on the exhibition floor, one of them being the PulPaper After Work . Contact Adforum if you are interested in one of the last attractive exhibition stands.
Current burning issues discussed during the top level PulPaper international conference
PulPaper is incomparable with other events when it comes to the outstanding quality of the conference programme, Biofuture for Mankind and the 2014 IMPC International Mechanical Pulping Conference, click here to see the the complete conference programme.
During the three days of the Biofuture for Mankind conference, the most burning issues of today's industry will be discussed. The Thursday sessions offer interesting talks on Biobased materials and print across societies, where the future for paper and print as well as future packaging material will be dealt with and concluded with a panel discussion on the theme 'Is there future for print?'. The scientific conference of IMPC circulates between the different continents and is this year conveniently running parallel to the main PulPaper conference.
Meet SAPPI, Stora Enso, Metsä Group and UPM at the Paper Square
For the first time in PulPaper history, the paper producing companies will be present at the exhibition floor. From a stage and exhibition area in the middle of the hall top management and experts from these four companies will update participants of the PulPaper event on trends and news in the industry and give their view and input on the industry's future and development. CEO's of SAPPI, Stora Enso, Metsä Group and UPM will be taking to the stage from mid day of Tuesday 3 June, right after the PulPaper Opening Ceremony has been streamed live from the Congress Wing of Messukeskus to the big screen on the Paper Square for everyone to follow.
The complete Paper Square programme will be released shortly. Keep updated by visiting the official PulPaper website.
Two-day excursion to Jyväskylä - VTT and Valmet
Take this uniquie opportunity to learn about the world’s most advanced fibre technology & foam forming research and piloting facilities. The excursion includes a dinner cruise on beautiful Lake Päijänne on the Thursday evening and visits to VTT and Valmet on the Friday. Bus transportation to and from Helsinki is arranged and a hotel night is included in the offer.More information about times, hotels and prices can be found visiting the official website.
Exhibiting at PulPaper 2014: MoveRoll Oy to launch a revolutionary kicker and receiver
Being a global supplier of roll handling equipment with the main focus to develop new innovative solutions for the pulp and paper industry, MoveRoll has designed a unique concept that makes roll handling in paper mills easier, safer and more cost effective.
- During the last two years MoveRoll Oy has been developing a new kicker and receiver which are absolutely revolutionary for the market, saving energy up to 75% comparing to the traditional units, says MoveRoll CEO Mikko Rantanen. MoveRoll units will offer more safety and other features which will be revealed during the product launch at PulPaper 2014. At the event, we expect to extend our network and receive feedback helping us to continue develop new innovative solutions fulfilling our customers needs, Rantanen concludes.
Read more and register for the conference on the official PulPaper website .
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