CEOs of Domtar, Tembec, Cascades to speak at PaperWeek Canada
October 1, 2012 By Pulp & Paper Canada
John D. Williams, president and CEO of Domtar, will participate in the official kick-off to PaperWeek Canada with a keynote presentation on the state of the industry and its future.PaperWeek Canada is the annual gathering of the pulp and paper…
John D. Williams, president and CEO of Domtar, will participate in the official kick-off to PaperWeek Canada with a keynote presentation on the state of the industry and its future.
PaperWeek Canada is the annual gathering of the pulp and paper industry in Canada, organized by PAPTAC. This year’s event takes place Feb. 4-8 in Montreal. It will combine PAPTAC’s technical and business sessions, a trade show, a job fair and a symposium on biorefining.
James Lopez, president and CEO of Tembec, will be the keynote speaker on Wednesday morning. He will present Tembec’s approach to the challenges and opportunities tied to the transformation of the industry, and comment on recent progress the company has made. Lopez will be followed by Kurt Schafer, vice-president, fibre, with RISI, who will provide a global outlook on pulp and paper market trends and forecasts.
Alain Lemaire, president and CEO of Cascades, will discuss Cascades’ vision, its unique approach to the market, and implementing a successful sustainable development strategy. Clive Suckling, global forest, paper and packaging leader at business consulting firm PwC, will follow with a financial analysis and information regarding financing of major projects around the world.
For more details on the event, visit www.paperweekcanada.ca.
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