Companies Gain Global Recognition as PaperCon Sponsors and Exhibitors

TAPPI’s PaperCon is the world’s largest technical conference for the paper and packaging industry. This highly respected event draws paper and packaging professionals from over 25 different countries. Attendees include CEOs, directors, mill managers, superintendents, scientists, process engineers, and suppliers. PaperCon sponsors and exhibitors have the unique opportunity to connect with this highly influential audience and demonstrate their leadership and commitment to the industry. Interested in reaching this audience? Learn more about being a sponsor and exhibitor.

PaperCon, May 5-8, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana, offers attendees a comprehensive, peer-reviewed technical program developed by 5 divisions of TAPPI: Coating & Graphic Arts, Paper & Board, PIMA Management, Process Control, and Nonwovens. Its cutting-edge program focuses on innovative technologies, industry trends and issues, new processes and methods, management strategies, and solutions to many technical challenges facing mills today.

PaperCon also offers multiple networking opportunities where paper and packaging professionals can build new business relationships and strengthen old ones. Special networking events include a conference dinner, awards breakfast, receptions, and coffee breaks. Professionals will also have a chance to meet face-to-face with leading companies exhibiting at PaperCon during the exhibit receptions and regular exhibit hours. These decision-makers are eager to learn about new products and services offered that can address many of their current issues.

Popular programs including the New Technology Showcase, Roundtable Discussions, Women in Industry, and Young Professionals sessions will also be back for 2019 as well as multiple career advancement and training sessions led by industry experts. Many of these sessions offer CEUs.

PaperCon will be co-located with TAPPI's popular nonwovens conference, NETInc, as well as the International Paper Physics Conference (IPPC), the Recycling Paper Board Technical Association's (RPTA) Production-Technical Seminar, and the TAPPI/IDCON Reliability & Maintenance technical sessions. Attendees can attend all five technical programs for only one registration fee.

Registration for PaperCon will be available soon. For conference updates including program information and sponsor/exhibit opportunities, visit PaperCon.org.