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Focus on Bioeconomics as ZELLCHEMING-Expo started in Frankfurt

Most visitors at the ZELLCHEMING-Expo in Frankfurt am Main, are company representatives from paper industry, machine manufacturers and producers of components for paper production, chemical industry and the technicians from the service sector. Photo: Mesago; credit: Thomas Klerx
Most visitors at the ZELLCHEMING-Expo in Frankfurt am Main, are company representatives from paper industry, machine manufacturers and producers of components for paper production, chemical industry and the technicians from the service sector. Photo: Mesago; credit: Thomas Klerx
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Markku Björkman - 26 Jun 2018

The International Pulp and Paper Industry Fair, ZELLCHEMING-Expo with Congress and the Organization Zellcheming Annual Meeting and a symposium on bioeconomics began in Frankfurt am Main.

ZELLCHEMING-Expo in Frankfurt / Main is the platform for the European pulp and paper industry - across the entire value chain: from raw materials through paper production and processing to recycling.

The Expo takes place for three days between 26 and 28 June 2018, in parallel with the annual conference of ZELLCHEMING e.V. association, evening arrangements and in the form of a high-quality lecture program.

The exhibition is the paper industry's most important meeting place in Germany. At the Frankfurt Trade Fair, exhibitors will meet several competent business groups, mainly from the paper industry, machine manufacturers and components for paper production, chemical industry and the service sector.

Visitors will be able to follow the lectures via the network and meet industry representatives at evening events and discuss the latest trends and developments.

The Cellulose Symposium is a scientific platform where visitors can discuss with experts from research and industry on the subject of "bioeconomy", and especially in the case of cellulose. Visitors can thus enjoy a diversified and entertaining lecture program and learn why it is exciting to re-engage with the subject of cellulose, especially in the field of new materials.