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Pulp Paper & Logistics


COMMENT W


elcome to the final issue of Pulp Paper & Logistics magazine for 2019.


As another year draws to a close, we have been planning for 2020 and more specifically


for the January issue, as detailed below.


In the meantime, it’s worth reflecting on the vibrant nature of our industry and how it has been responding to the most pressing issues facing society today. These include becoming self-sufficient in its energy needs and re-using waste products productively. This past year too has seen converters offering more alternatives to plastic packaging, and this issue you’ll read how chief executives are committing to the decarbonising of industry by 2050. With climate change becoming the dominant issue of the day, this is timely indeed.


Pulp Paper & Logistics has its own deadlines of course, and with the January issue these have been brought forward to both accommodate the year-end holidays and travelling by the team. This means that submissions of editorial for use in the January-February issue will need to be with us no later than Thursday 9 January. Better still, if your company has a feature article for submission it should be with us before 20 December when most will be closing their offices for the holiday.


Subjects to be covered in the January-February issue will be: mill-based wood handling and processing systems; chemical pulping; dewatering technology, and much more.


Good news is that since completing the annual re-


registration in September we are pleased to announce that the number of requests from validated recipients for Pulp Paper & Logistics has for the first time exceeded 22,000.


So with that healthy figure ringing in my ears, I wish you a great festive season and a happy New Year.


Vince Maynard Publisher and editorial director


Vol. 12 Issue No. 57, November/December 2019


ISSN 2045-8622 (PRINT)


PUBLISHER & EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Vince Maynard Tralee, Hillcrest Road, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 6JS, UK Tel: +44 (0) 1732 505724 Mobile: +44 (0) 7747 002286 Email: pulppaperlogistics@virginmedia.com


CONSULTANT EDITOR David Young Tel: +44 (0) 1737 551687 Mobile: +44 (0) 7785 796826


EDITORIAL ADVISOR John Nutting


Email: johnnutting47@gmail.com


REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Einar Johansson Tel: 0046 8 540 255 15 Mobile: 0046 70 234 80 85 Email: einar.lennart@gmail.com


PRODUCTION Anthony Wiffen ASTAC Business Publishing Ltd Tel: +44 (0) 1622 850063 Mobile: +44 (0) 7557 280 769 Email: anton_print_1@mac.com


November/December 2019


LOGISTICS STORA ENSO


Pulp facts, not fiction ANDRITZ


The next generation in screening and fractionation


VALMET Lime kilns go fossil free HEIMBACH New possibilities in forming


PRODUCTS & SERVICES


PROJECTS & CONTRACTS


PEOPLE


PRINTER Brown Knight and Truscott


Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3BW United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1892 511678


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