The countdown is running: At ZELLCHEMING-Expo, from 4 – 6 July 2017 visitors get an exclusive and up-to-date insight into future challenges and new approaches along the process chain of the pulp and paper production. Especially at the exhibition forum participants will not only be informed but also inspired by the main topic “Industry 4.0” for new development opportunities in their companies. With the keynote speech under the heading “Good sides, bad sides – Why the paper industry also has to reinvent itself,” web journalist and TV presenter Richard Gutjahr sensitized for the future topic on the first exhibition day:
“Not even one in two represents of the paper industry believes that the digitalization, the “Internet of Things” and the “Industry 4.0” will have a profound effect on the own business. But the lessons of history tell us that especially those who feel the safest will be hardest hit by the change. The lecture will show why the step from the analog to the hyper interlinked digital age will be bigger than the invention of the book printing and why no industry will remain untouched by this change.”
Other sources of information provide the workshop “Industry 4.0“ of the ZELLCHEMING technical committee pulp and paper testing (TEST), the workshop “Technologies from TODAY for the products of TOMORROW” of the Papiertechnischen Stiftung as well as the lecture series “The VDI and its effects on the paper industry” of the ZELLCHEMING technical committee microbiology. This year, the already established Cellulose Symposium will present again the latest discoveries in the field of polysaccharide research.
Learn from the best: Presentation of revolutionary and long-lasting ideas
The exhibitor lecture series “Best Practice – Learn from the best“ under professional supervision of the association ZELLCHEMING e.V. as well as the lecture series of the publisher Deutscher Fachverlag with presentations from exhibitors of the market place, will also offer particular insights into practice.
Amongst others, participants experience from the company Creapaper GmbH how sustainable, revolutionary and easily grass can be used in paper production and which potential reveals thereof. Also the topic “Cloud-based analysis of the control accuracy” provides practical information. The company Siemens AG reports concerning this matter about saving potentials in the pulp and paper production.
Exhibition: Keyplayer and newcomers show know-how
At the exhibition of ZELLCHEMING-Expo 2017, visitors also feel the pulse of the market. Here, 150 companies present their latest products and services. Well-known keyplayers like ABB Automation, Andritz, Siemens, Pöyry, Valmet and Voith Paper, also a lot of small medium-sized companies are represented. Furthermore, various first-time exhibitors present themselves to a high-class audience at the “Newcomer Pavilion“ and show there know-how.
Better connected through participation at the frame program
The already established evening events enable visitors to expand their network focused in the industry beyond the exhibition and to continue conversations in a relaxed atmosphere. On the first day of the event, the “After Fair” takes place in the foyer of hall 4.1. For the second time, the “Summer Evening” of the association ZELLCHEMING e.V. invites to “Depot 1899”, a traditional restaurant in the former tram railway station in Frankfurt a. M.
For the first time in 2017, the ZELLCHEMING-Cup takes place. It is a table football tournament which takes place during the exhibition. This makes it child's play for the visitors to become familiar with the exhibitors and to win attractive prices.
The entire lecture program and further information can be found at www.zellcheming-expo.com/forum
The free registration for visitors, the current exhibitor list, further information as well as details about the framework program of ZELLCHEMING-Expo are available at www.zellcheming-expo.com
About ZELLCHEMING e. V.
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.