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INDUSTRY NEWS


PulPaper 2018: wood is the raw material of the future


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he best forest industry experts from around the world will gather in Finland at the end of May. The futuristic theme of the event is ‘Visit tomorrow today’. With the help of new innovations and technologies, the forest industry is developing in a digitizing world with respect for the environment. What is the future of wood as a raw material? PulPaper 2018 will be held at the Helsinki Expo and


Convention Centre 29-31 May. There is a strong environmental perspective in the PulPaper Confer- ence seminar programme May 30- 31. The PulPaper Conference consists of joint key note speeches and sev- eral alternative parallel programmes from which one may compose the most interesting thematic whole for oneself. The conference programme includes circular economy, use of biomass, and climate change, as well as the development of bio-refineries.


Environmental standards are often seen as a burden on the industrial sector. In PulPaper’s seminar sections, the topic is approached through opportunities. Environmental friendliness and new innovations can be a competitive advantage for companies. The forest industry is experi- encing a transition period as the environmental impact of the sector is known better than before. PulPa- per deals with the use of biomass


Wednesday, 30 May


Opening session – Hall 103A/B 09.30-09.35


09.35-10.10 10.10-10.45 10.45-12.00


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 15.55-16.20


16.20-16.40


Remarks by Riikka Joukio, Vice-Chairman of the Board, Forest Products Engineers


Keynote: Be ready for new opportunities – nanotechnology will revolutionise industry and society


Keynote: Äänekoski bioproduct mill and moving towards integrated biorefineries


Start-up pitching competition


Business opportunities from circular economy – Hall 103A 13.30-13.55 13.55-14.20 14.20-14.40


Finland’s roadmap on circular economy Data – the new oil, water – the new gold!


Business case: predictive analytics for pulp and paper industry wastewatertreatment


14.40-15.00 15.00-15.30


Business case: closing nutrient and carbon loops – utilising industrial side streams as fertilisers and soil improvement materials in agriculture


Coffee break and networking


Breakthrough technologies to renew the industry – Hall 103B 13.30-13.55 13.55-14.20 14.20-14.40


New developments in Sweden – Treesearch Can a magic powder revolutionise pulp blending?


Pulping with eutectic solvents – huge progress and still a lot to do


14.40-15.00 15.00-15.30


Business case: renewable biofuels as fast track in reducing transport emissions


Coffee break and networking


Managing forest biomass usage and climate change – Hall 103A 15.30-15.55


15.55-16.20


16.20-16.40 16.40-17.00


Biomass availability and climate change politics in Nordics


Ways to increase biomass availability in Finland


Utility company as a producer of bio-oil and user of biomass-based fuels


Developing new biorefinery concepts – Hall 103B 15.30-15.55


18 Spring 2018 18 Toward further refining of the biorefinery concept


The regulatory frame for the use of forest resources in Europe – status quo and outlook


09.55-10.15 10.15-10.40 10.40-11.00


11.00-11.30 16.40-17.00


in relation to climate change, related environmental regulations, and the use of wood as a replace- ment for fossil based materials. Renewable wood raw material based solutions are featured in the thematic programme where how different wood based processed products can replace products from fossil materials, such as plastic, are presented.


More information from www.pulpaper.fi


Business case: the Borregaard biorefinery – past, present, future


Business case: novel biorefining concept for North-East Finland


Business case: sustainable and cost-efficient bioethanol production from softwood biomass


Thursday, 31 May


Towards new fibre products: nanocellulose and textiles – Hall 103A 09.30-09.55 09.55-10.15


Nanocellulose in barrier coatings


Phosphorylated ceullulose nanofibre: preparation and its applications


10.15-10.40


10.40-11.00 11.00-11.30


09.30-09.55


High quality man-made cellulose fibres from textile and paper wastes


Stora Enso’s view on sustainable textile business Coffee break and networking


Transformation driven by digitalisation and changing customer habits – Hall 103B


How will digitalisation and new technology affect business models, production and services?


Impact of digitalisation for the forest industry Customer view on changing landscape in media Customer view on changing landscape in packaging


Coffee break and networking


Renewable solutions to replace fossil-based materials – Hall 103A 11.30-11.55 11.55-12.15 12.15-12.35


Material innovations from cellulose Update on bioplastics development


Sulapac® - a wood-based sustainable solution to replace plastic


12.35-13.00


How lignin extraction and dissolving pulping are changing – look into both the technology and market needs


Industrial applications of digitalisation – Hall 103B 11.30-11.55 11.55-12.15


12.15-12.35 12.35-13.00


Digital fibre – developing digital forest industry


Pulp and paper industry – leader or lagger in grasping data-driven opportunities


Intelligence in maintenance operations


Yesterday – today – Metris, digitalisation as a success factor in P&P


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