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Tuesday 10/22 To Thursday 10/24

Strategic and Financial Analysis Workshop for the Pulp & Paper and Related Industries-Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, open

This practical workshop in business operations and financial analysis will provide you with step-by-step procedures and tools to build financial evaluations. It will include presentations and practical sessions to apply in real time what you are learning. This workshop is appropriate for technical and non-technical individuals in the pulp & paper, forest product and related industries with a desire to evaluate processes, services, and research ideas. It will help you to market your ideas, products, and services utilizing the financial language used by decision makers in the industry (controllers, directors, mill managers, vice-presidents).
Wednesday 10/23 To Friday 10/25

ASPI Fall Meeting-Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, open

ASPI launched the Customer Alignment Initiative in 2007 to help its member company executives dramatically improve their understanding of how primary producer customers are developing their strategic directions.
Sunday 10/27 To Wednesday 10/30

12th Recycling Forum on Recycling-St. Louis, Missouri, open

The Forum will be co-located with TAPPI's PEERS and IBBC Conferences and attendees can attend all three technical programs for only one registration fee.
Sunday 10/27 To Wednesday 10/30

Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability (PEERS) Conference-St. Louis, Missouri, open

Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch | 315 Chestnut Street St Louis, MO 63102
Sunday 10/27 To Wednesday 10/30

IBBC (International BIoproducts and Bioenergy) Conference-St. Louis, Missouri, USA, open

IBBC brings together experts from around the world that are interested in leveraging the knowledge and assets in the pulp and paper industry to produce fuel, energy, and chemicals from biomass.
Tuesday 10/29 To Wednesday 10/30

Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Program-North Carolina, USA, open

IDCON's "S-TOP" course teaches you how to stay on budget and minimize downtime by using a five-step process to reduce the impacts of shutdowns and turnarounds.
Monday 11/04 To Tuesday 11/05

Materials and Spare Parts Material & Spare Parts Management-Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, open

Improve how you manage the spare parts and materials in your organization to reduce maintenance costs, time and parts inventory.
Tuesday 11/05 To Tuesday 11/05

Chicago TAPPI Evening Dinner Program-Oak Brook Marriott, open

Chicago TAPPI Local Section Oak Brook Marriott, Oak Brook, IL open 2019-11-05 2019-11-05
Wednesday 11/06 To Thursday 11/07

Root Cause Problem Elimination-Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, open

This two-day training delivers a structured approach to problem elimination. Unlike the commonly used Root Cause Analysis, the training focuses on the steps required to eliminate the problem rather than just analyzing it.
Monday 11/11 To Friday 11/15

Kraft Recovery Course - Portugal-Figueira Da Foz, Portugal, open

TAPPI's highly rated Kraft Recovery Operations Course is offered for the first time in mainland Europe through a partnership with Tecnicelpa in Portugal.  You'll learn ways to improve pulp production efficiency, minimize operating costs and reduce environmental impact. This course is designed for pulp mill operations personnel.

IDCON Reliability and Maintenance Conference

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

This conference is THE How-To Conference for Maintenance and Operations professionals in the processing industries.
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Tissue 101: Properties and Processes Course

Monday, September 30, 2019

This two-day introductory course is co-located with TissueCon.  It's designed for anyone new to tissue and those wanting to strengthen their foundational knowledge. The curriculum is designed by tissue industry experts to expand your understanding of tissue properties and manufacturing processes so that you can help improve tissue performance and manufacturing efficiency.
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Flexible Packaging Association: Fall Executive Conference

Thursday, October 10, 2019

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