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ZELLCHEMING-Expo: Fibers in Process

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ZELLCHEMING-Expo 2016: Attractive knowledge and information platform with high networking potential

The countdown is running: From 28 – 30 June 2016 almost 160 exhibitors provide interesting insights into products and services along the process chain of the pulp and paper production at the exhibition ground in Frankfurt a. M. Besides well-known key players like Gebr. Bellmer, Siemens, Pöyry, Valmet and Voith Paper also a lot of smaller medium-sized companies will be on-site. Furthermore, various first-time exhibitors present themselves to a highly competent audience of industry professionals and showcase their expertise at the “Newcomer Pavilion”.

Emphasis placed on internationality

ZELLCHEMING-Expo is not only the most influential German industry gathering but also the only exhibition of the European pulp and paper industry as well as their suppliers in Europe’s biggest paper manufacturing nation and attracts many visitors beyond its borders. This year the share of international exhibitors is with approximately 40 per cent equal to the previous event 2015. The top three international exhibiting companies 2016 are Finland, Italy and the USA.

Forum and Congress focus on current trends

Further sources of information are available at the congress which is held in parallel to the exhibition and organized by the association ZELLCHEMING e.V. In addition to that visitors can gather more knowledge at the trend lounge’s market place “Fibers in Process” initiated by the publisher Deutscher Fachverlag. In more than 50 different lectures, recognized experts give a comprehensive overview of hot topics currently at the very heart of the industry. Whereas the congress especially focuses on raw materials and fibers, raw material waste paper or new materials in the field of polysaccharide research, the market place gives valuable insight into topics like process optimization, resource efficiency or energy recovery. 

Evening events as networking magnet

The multifaceted fringe program of ZELLCHEMING-Expo offers visitors the possibility to get connected with the industry. The already established evening events enable participants to continue conversations in a relaxed atmosphere and to expand their network. On the first day of the event, the “After Fair” takes place in the foyer of hall 11.0. The “Summer Evening” of the association ZELLCHEMING e.V. invites into “Depot 1899”, a traditional restaurant in the former tram railway station in Frankfurt a. M. Visitors can look forward to a diversified program in an appealing atmosphere.

The exhibitor list of ZELLCHEMING-Expo, the congress program as well as the exhibition and congress registration are available online at

About Mesago
Mesago, founded in 1982 and located in Stuttgart, specializes in exhibitions and conferences on various topics of technology. The company belongs to the Messe Frankfurt Group. Mesago operates internationally and is not tied to a specific venue. With 130 members of staff Mesago organizes events for the benefit of more than 3,300 exhibitors and over 110,000 trade visitors, conference delegates and speakers from all over the world. Numerous trade associations, publishing houses, scientific institutes and universities work with Mesago closely as advisers, co-organizers and partners. Mesago comprises three companies: Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH, Mesago Messemanagement GmbH and Mesago PCIM GmbH. (

The Association of Chemical Pulp and Paper Chemists and Engineers is an association which has dedicated itself fully to the various issues and topics surrounding chemical pulp production and paper making. We see ourselves as a technical-scientific professional association for the chemical pulp paper industry as well as its suppliers. Anybody who is involved with chemical pulp production and paper making in Europe will find that we offer a comprehensive range of information as well as strong representation of interests for the concerns and issues affecting our high-tech sector. We provide our members with an international network for the exchange of information and technical contacts in which topics discussed range from research and development concerning paper making through to ecology and the future of the chemical pulp industry and paper industry. (

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