Our Winter 2019 digital edition is available now!
January 16, 2019 – The Winter 2019 digital edition of Pulp & Paper Canada is now available!
The cover story is a profile on Canadian Kraft Paper, which just recently celebrated its two-year anniversary after near-closure as a former Tolko mill. Thanks to Andre Brandt Photography for providing the very apropos image of the CKPI in winter!
Inside the issue, you'll find:
Canadian Kraft Paper turns the page
The mill undergoes substantial upgrades two years after near closure
Q&A: John Mullinder
The paper industry professional on his new book
Predictive maintenance for process control
Asset frameworks help mills to contextualize data
From byproducts to bioplastics
Compostable plastic compounds from pulp and paper waste
Technology focus: Chemicals
A dry strength additive, a liquid level detector and hot plates
And much more, including the latest industry and technology news.
Check out the digital edition here.
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TAPPI Introduction to Kraft Pulping and Bleaching Course
August 13-14, 2019
PAPTAC Atlantic Branch Conference
September 18-20, 2019
October 1-4, 2019
FPInnovations Pulp, Paper & Bioproducts Course
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BLRBAC Fall 2019 Meeting
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