Jan. 14, 2014
(Press Release) -
Helsinki and the PulPaper 2014 event is ready to deliver its best performance ever in June 2014, says Pirkko Molkentin-Matilainen, president and CEO of PI Paper Engineers Association. - Based on the European vision 2050 for the bioforest industry, this time we offer the most groundbreaking international conference focusing on future bioforest issues. In connection to the conference visitors have a unique opportunity to see the only foam forming pilot machine in the world by attending the excursion to VTT Jyväskylä, Molkentin-Matilainen continues. - Celebrating its 100th anniversary with a spectacular gala evening in the brand new Helsinki Music Centre on June 4, PI Paper Engineers Association would like to extend to everyone a warm welcome to come celebrate with us.
Biofuture for Mankind is the main theme of the top level international conference, covering the topic of bioeconomy and resource management for a sustainable world. The programme has been carefully put together by industry leaders and experts led by Chairman Jorma Eloranta.
An important part of the conference programme and running alongside the main conference is the 29th International Mechanical Pulping Conference (IMPC), a scientific conference circulating between the different continents.The presentations will cover the whole area from fundamentals and energy efficiency to new applications and innovations, as well as mill experiences. The IMPC Programme Committee is chaired by Sari Liukkonen, VTT Technical Research. The composition of the complete PulPaper 2014 Conference Programme has been overseen and organised by AEL, Finland's leading provider of technical training.
With its world premier exhibition, the top class international conference and, for the event's 8th edition, a grand 100th anniversary celebration of PI (Paper Engineers Association), PulPaper 2014 will gather industry professionals from about 65 different countries, says Mr Marcus Bergström, CEO, Adforum. - New for this 8th edition is the Paper Square, a stage and exhibition area in the middle of the hall where participants of the event will have the opportunity to meet the pulp, paper and board producing companies of Metsä Group, UPM, Stora Enso and SAPPI at the Paper Square, from where these companies will be updating us on trends and news in the industry, concludes Bergström.