RISI International Woodfiber Resource and Trade Conference 2020

Connecting forest industry professionals across the global woodchip and biomass supply chains.
Date
2020-04-29 - 2020-04-30
Organizer
Exhibitors
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Floor Size
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Attendees
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Event contact title
DIRECTOR OF SALES
Event contact first name
Remy
Event contact last name
Poos
Email
rpoos@fastmarkets.com
Event contact telephone number
+32.2.536.0735
Description

Known by many long-term attendees as “The Woodchip Conference,” this unique conference is the only one that focuses on the international trade in woodchips and biomass, covering the entire supply chain from plantation forest through ocean transport and to overseas end-users. The past several conferences (South Africa in 2018, Vietnam in 2017, Savannah in 2015, Chile in 2014, Turkey in 2013 and Singapore in 2011) attracted professionals who are actively involved in this trade from more than 30 different countries. From plantation owners to exporters, shippers, end users, timberland investors and wood pellet or woodchip producers, the conference provides an opportunity to network and to learn about geographic and industry sector trends.

Attendee information

Why attend:

  • Meet with forest owners, woodchip and pulplog suppliers and buyers from all over the world.
  • Gather information on investment and market opportunities from conference and field trips.
  • Get up to date with the most interesting topics related to wood fiber supply and demand.
  • Discuss which countries will be the major suppliers of woodchips and pulplogs of eucalyptus fiber.
  • Have a memorable time at the conference and field trips.

Who should attend:

  • Woodchip and biomass exporters, woodchip and biomass importers, other pulp companies not yet importing, resource owners, equipment suppliers, transportation (shippers), plantation investors, machinery manufacturers.
  • Government agencies, consultants, bankers, carbon trading specialists, investors - pension funds, REITs.

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