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Digital archiving, cellulosic biofuels among disruptive technologies


May 21, 2013
By Pulp & Paper Canada

A forecast of disruptive technologies in the pulp and paper supply chain has been released by Smithers Pira. The new study identifies and profiles the top 25 disruptive technologies most likely to impact the global pulp and paper supply chain…

A forecast of disruptive technologies in the pulp and paper supply chain has been released by Smithers Pira. The new study identifies and profiles the top 25 disruptive technologies most likely to impact the global pulp and paper supply chain over the next 10 years.

With transition tables highlighting each technology’s likely impact on the global pulp and paper supply chain, this report details how current and emerging trends will shape the industries.

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Some of the top 25 disruptive technologies identified by Smithers Pira are: Internet shopping and e-commerce; news on the Internet; electronic books; innovative packaging; digital archiving; on-demand printing; tablet computing and texting; advances in computer power; green marketing and laws; cellulosic biofuels; and exporting of recovered fibres.

Ten-Year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in the Pulp and Paper Supply Chain to 2023 is available as a hard copy, an electronic version, and a global intranet license. A special pre-publication price applies until May 31.
Smithers Pira is a global testing, consulting and information services business with expertise in the packaging, paper and print industry supply chains.


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