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Inaugural Paper Recycling Conference Asia announces full programme featuring Deloitte China, Smurfit Kappa and Ekman Recycling

Thursday, April 04, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

ATLANTA, Ga. - The popular Paper Recycling Conference series hits Asia for its launch in May 2013 and takes place in Shanghai, China.

The launch of this successful conference series, produced by the Recycling Today and Smithers Pira, in co-operation with China TAPI, into Asia provides a unique opportunity for companies in North America, Europe and rest of the world to meet buyers in the Asian market.

The full programme for Paper Recycling Conference Asia launching on 30-31 May 2013, has been announced. Highlights include the opening Keynote Address - The role of recyclables in China’s economic resurgence, presented by Professor Wang, Ministry of Environmental Protection, China; an overview of macro-economic trends impacting Asia’s recovered paper industry from Sally Sun, Deloitte China, and an exclusive One-on-One Interview with Ross Li, Lee & Man.
View the full programme here

Save 20% off a ticket to attend by using code CD20TAP!

Attendees will hear from other key speakers on the agenda, including; Randy Kim, Ekman Recycling; Henri Vermeulen, Smurfit Kappa Group; Niu Qingmin, Jiangsu Paper Association; Yoshimitsu Tanaka, Kaneko, and more, on recovered paper supply, infrastructure and quality issues and challenges.

“We’re excited about launching a Paper Recycling Conference in Asia, particularly as Asian demand continues to represent the major growth area for recovered paper.  Since this inaugural event replicates the design of our existing events list to attract merchants, brokers, suppliers of recovered fibre and mills from around the globe, it’s sure to represent a unique and powerful opportunity for the world's suppliers and consumers of recovered paper to meet”, Jim Keefe, Executive Vice President & Group Publisher, Recycling Today.

To find out more about the inaugural Paper Recycling Conference, click here.


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