Early Bird Registration Open for 29th Annual North American Forest Products Conference
Monday, July 21, 2014
Press release from the issuing company
Early Bird Registration is now open for the 29th Annual North American Forest Products Conference to be held October 8-10, 2014, in Boston at the Seaport Boston Hotel.
This event will provide an excellent opportunity to network with high-level speakers from leading organizations and will include presentations that represent every aspect of the industry’s product chain. Top RISI economists will present their two-year forecasts for the pulp, paper, wood and timber markets.
Some of this year's RISI speakers include:
Kurt Schaefer, Vice President, Fiber
With over 17 years of experience with the company, Kurt leads RISI's analysis of the pulp and recovered paper segments of the industry, specializing in papergrade pulp. Check out Kurt’s monthly commentary and forecast on the world pulp market, World Pulp Monthly.
Peter Barynin, Principal Economist, Global, North American Timber
Peter Barynin is the Principal Economist for RISI's Timber Service. With over 20 years of experience in the forest industry, his specialties include natural resource price modeling, forest industry and timber markets, and international trade.
Esko Uutela, Princiapl Economist, Tissue
With more than 30 years' experience in the global paper market, Esko's expertise lies in the tissue and recovered fiber markets. After working nearly 18 years for a large forest industry consulting company, Esko established EU Consulting, his own consulting company.
David Katnelson, Director, Macroeconomics
David has over 15 years market experience in the financial industry, including over a decade as a trader for boutique hedge funds and brokerages in New York and Boston. David is responsible for collecting, analyzing, forecasting, and communicating macroeconomic data and its relevance to clients throughout the forest product industry
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