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Georgia-Pacific, Fabio Perini, AF&PA and More Slated to Speak at TissueCon 2019

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As the premier opportunity for industry insights and networking, TissueCon 2019 (October 1 – 4, Orlando, Florida) includes multiple presentations that focus on the latest tissue business trends and opportunities.  A sampling includes:

  • New Business Models in the Tissue Paper Industry in a Digital World, Claudio Munoz, Fabio Perini
  • Recovered Paper Supply for Tissue Manufacturing, Bill Moore, Moore & Associates
  • Will Sustainability Pressures Disrupt the Tissue Business?, Bruce Janda, Fisher International
  • Creating Adaptive Prediction for Tissue and Towel Critical Quality Parameters Using Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning, Cydney Rechtin, Solenis LLC
  • Trends, Trade and Tariffs – Policy Impacts on Tissue – Mark Pitts, American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA)

And the learning doesn’t stop there. Kicking off the week is TAPPI’s co-located Tissue 101: Properties and Processes Course, Monday and Tuesday, September 30 – October 1. This course has been heralded as the perfect industry introduction and/or refresher and is structured to provide participants with a solid understanding of tissue properties and how they are impacted by the manufacturing process. There is a separate registration fee to attend the course, but all course attendees are eligible to receive 50% off their TissueCon registration. In addition, this year’s Conference attendees can take advantage of a Project Controls Workshop, Managing Capital and O&M Projects,  on Wednesday, October 2, as part of the overall learning opportunities offered.

TissueCon 2019 is set to also address such critical areas of the industry as fiber availability and sustainability, Yankee Dryer operations, tissue chemistry, lubrication and other operations and maintenance issues, data and the evolution of artificial intelligence in tissue manufacturing, and concludes on Friday with a comprehensive panel discussion on the aspects of creating softness. Debuting this year is the New Technology Showcase, where up to 20 companies will share non-traditional product innovations and solutions that have applicability in the tissue manufacturing process.

Additional insights will be offered by these speakers:

  • Cheng Lim, Georgia-Pacific
  • Esko Uutela, Fastmarkets RISI
  • Rondalds Gonzalez, North Carolina State University
  • Juan Corzo, South Florida Tissue Paper Co.
  • David Zerr, Georgia-Pacific
  • Mary Burgoon, Rockwell Automation
  • Lasse Sinikallas, Fastmarkets RISI

As the only non-commercial, peer-reviewed event of its kind occurring in North America this year, the Conference’s dual focus on market insights and technical advancements is designed to benefit tissue makers, from mills to converters, and the companies who supply them. To learn more, visit tissuecon.org.

 

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