Paper Industry Congress 2019
Become one of the Sponsor of the 2019 Aticelca Congress
It is still possible to give visibility to your company becoming sponsor of the event, as indicated in the sponsorship form.
The Congress, considered as the most important annual meeting for the Italian paper industry technicians, is certainly a valid opportunity.
We remind you that if you want to appear between the supporters of the event since the first diffusion of the program, you have to submit the sponsor application form by the end of March.
Hotel accomodation for the Congress
Waiting for the agenda of the event, that will be available on the end of March, the list of the hotels is now available.
We recommend to book in advance and to highlight the participation to the congress to access the favorable conditions at the time of booking.
Call for Papers - Submit your abstract by January 31st, 2019
The call of papers for the Aticelca’s Pulp and Paper Industry Congress 2019 has started. The congress will dedicate its special sessions to the theme of water, declined in its various meanings (technologies for the reduction of water consumption, chemicals, process water treatment plants and sludge utilization) and the theme of new applications and technologies in the field of packaging and specialty papers. There will also be cross-cutting themes such as Industrial Internet, circular economy and energy efficiency.
At the end of the congress a visit to the paper mill Ahlstrom-Munksjo Italy is scheduled.
If you are interested in participating, please, send the paper proposal title with a short abstract (up to 300 words), the name of the speaker and his short CV to Aticelca Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org) not later than January 31th, 2019.
Priority will be given to the papers completed by a paper mill case. Paper selection will be completed by mid-March. The speaker registration fee for suppliers of paper industry is 1750,00 euro + VAT (if due). The fee covers the presentation, the speaker participation in all congress events and the free admittance of one of your guests working for an Italian paper mill.