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New Speakers, Sessions Added to PaperCon Program

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Get In Tune for Sustainability, Agility, and Profitability at PaperCon, April 27-30, in Nashville, Tenn., USA.

PaperCon will help any mill find ways to run more profitably and stay competitive. Detailed program information is now available to help you plan your trip to Nashville.

The Papermakers Program offers three distinct tracks based on your interest: Paper Machine Upgrades; Product Development; and Stability, Agility and Fluid Fundamentals; allowing you to customize your schedule and return to your mill with solutions.

The Coating & Graphic Arts Program features a session on New Developments in Print Technology focusing on how pigment and/or binder combinations as well as controlled evaporation/dewatering rate during drying can help to achieve coating surface and structure for improved print quality.

The PIMA Management Program includes a session on Mill Workforce Development addressing the critical need to develop front and middle level leaders , shortening learning curves and preparing for the retirement tsunami.

Your registration to PaperCon also includes full access to these programs:
  • Tissue360° Forum featuring papers on fiber supply, sheet structure, and converting and manufacturing innovations. Keynote speaker Gary Rudemiller of Wausau will outline the key technical challenges facing the tissue industry. Attendees can also take advantage of the Tissue Properties and Test Methods Workshop, to develop a better understanding of tissue and towel test methods used throughout the world, their development, and their importance in terms of quality control and standardization.
  • OpEx Reliability Workshop designed for mill maintenance and reliability teams that are interested in bringing the latest techniques and best practices back to their mills. Included are feature sessions on Improving Production Reliability, Implementing, Applying Predictive Analytics, Reliability Training and Management, and Optimizing Asset Management.
  • The 2014 RPTA P-T Seminar will focus on developments in food packaging and energy conservation tips among other topics for manufacturers of recycled paperboard.
  • The Innovative Nonwovens Conference (NETInc) developed by TAPPI's Nonwovens Division. It is the only nonwovens group that brings together industry and academia to discuss the innovation behind the science and how it impacts the market.
Remember, you can register now for the best rates!  

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