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Lance Fritz – Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of the Union Pacific Railroad and Ian Jefferies- President, Association of American Railroads are keynote speakers for the 127th Damage Prevention and Freight Claim (DP&FC) Conference held by AAR and TAPPI SRW.
Two of the new sessions focus on the future of nanocellulose composites, paper coating, hydrogels and more.
Our annual conference for Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability attracts global leaders who want to learn about the latest developments and technologies for the pulp and paper industry. Showcase your expertise in front of this influential audience. Submit your abstract by March 15, 2019.
Want to learn how to cut costs and optimize your mill? Attend one of the workshops offered at PEERS 2019, October 27-30 in St. Louis, Missouri.
On March 15th, your opportunity to be part of your industry’s premier technical conference will be over. Don’t miss out. Submit your abstract for PEERS or IBBC before it’s too late.
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There's no need to feel alone with any questions about reliability and maintenance issues.
Taught by experienced paper machine drive engineers, the IEEE /TAPPI Paper Machine Drives Short Course provides the opportunity to gain a complete understanding of the selection, operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of all paper machine drive systems. Held in conjunction with IEEE’s 63rd Annual Pulp, Paper and Forest Industries Conference, this course focuses on the knowledge needed to apply basic paper machine drives to day-to-day operations.
Learn the skills you need to become a leader or expert mentor at TAPPI’s industry-wide Leadership Virtual Conference this November 21 and 22. Register now or learn more here.
Wondering how to get noticed by your customers in a sea of competition? Just ask these two global leaders. They are diamond sponsors at PaperCon 2020.