The first ever Tissue & Paper Bangkok webinar will be held on 10 June 2021.
With the theme “Post-pandemic: opportunities ahead for the tissue and paper industries in APAC disruption and recovery”, speakers include Industry Edge Managing Director Tim Woods, Voith’s SVP Strategic Technology Manager Ronaldo Parucker, AFRY Management Consulting Principal Ray Somnath, and moderator Andy Chua, Event Manager, Tissue & Paper Bangkok.
Specially crafted for all pulp, paper and tissue industry stakeholders with business or potential business in APAC region, the webinar will be a questions and answers panel discussion.
– Risk Management: What are the next steps to take?
– At-Home and AfH landscape, what can be expected?
– E-commerce: What are the consequences and opportunities?
– Machine conversion: When and how can this be considered?
– Machine maintenance and remote maintenance: Is the industry ready?
– Disruptions: supply chain, skilled manpower.
– Best practices in a new work environment.
The Tissue & Paper Bangkok 2021 Webinar #1 is a follow-up to the Tissue World Digital Days webinar which took place in November 2020.
It will be held between 16:00-17:00 GMT+8 (Singapore time) on 10 June.
To register, go here.
Tissue & Paper Bangkok rescheduled
The Tissue & Paper Bangkok exhibition and conference has been rescheduled and is now expected to be held between 24 – 26 November 2021 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center.
Organiser Informa Markets Singapore said the decision followed consultation with exhibitors, industry partners, delegates, speakers and also took into consideration the impact of Covid-19 on the industries.
A spokesperson for Informa said: “The safety of our colleagues and participants is our first priority, and we believe that these revised dates will allow more time for normality and confidence to return to the marketplace, for travel restrictions to be eased, and provide all-round better conditions for the event.
“We wish to thank those who will participate and support the show and we greatly appreciate your patience and understanding.”