Asian Paper and Tissue World Organizes First Seminar in Bangkok

August 27, 2017

In conjunction with the merger of Asian Paper and Tissue World Bangkok trade shows, and with the support of The Thai Pulp and Paper Industries Association (TPPIA), Asian Paper and Tissue World successfully organized their first seminar for the Thailand pulp, paper and tissue industries, which took place at the Emerald Hotel in Bangkok Aug. 8.

More than 60 participants from the local and regional pulp and paper industry attended the event.

Participating companies included Banglane Paper Mill, Bashundhara Paper Mills, Berli Jucker Cellox, Bjc Cellox, C.A.S. Paper Mill, Double A, Environment Pulp & Paper, Fiber Pattana, Inter Pacific Paper, Kimberly Clark, Panjapol Paper, Paper Thai., Phoenix Pulp & Paper, Riverpro Pulp & Paper Company, SCG Packaging, Siam Kraft Industry, Tenma Paper Mills, Thai Cane Paper, Thai Paper Mill and United Paper Public Co.

The seminar kick-started with a welcome speech by the President of the Thai Pulp & Paper Industries Association, Wichan Jitpukdee. Following the welcome speech, Agnes Gehot, deputy event director for Asian Paper and Tissue World - UBM Exhibition Singapore announced the 2018 trade show, set to take place at BITEC, Bangkok from June 6-8.

Presenters at the seminar included industry experts from PIRA, Euromonitor, Andritz, and Kemira. During the half-day seminar, the current state and future trends of the ASEAN paper and tissue industries were presented, meanwhile the technical presentations covered some of the latest paper making technologies on reject treatment systems and starch re-use in recycled fiber.

For more details on Asian Paper & Tissue World Bangkok 2018, visit www.asianpapershow.com/www.tissueworld.com/bangkok.

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