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Industry Intelligence Webinar: Specialty Cellulose—Passing Fad or New Reality?
Christian Chavassieu and Maurice Perrenoud of Celco Cellulose Consulting examine the growing demand for wood-based specialty cellulose in the February 20 i2live webinar
In this webinar, Christian and Maurice will analyze the key driver for the demand rebound in viscose fibers. They will also examine current and future changes in the supply mix, both for specialty wood pulp and cotton linters pulp, which compete for the same cellulose basket. Finally, they will look forward and address the threats and opportunities for the industry at large including: investors, dissolving and paper pulp mills and downstream cellulose buyers.
Sponsors of this webinar include: Brian McClay & Associates Inc., and Maine Pulp and Paper Association.
There is no charge to register for this webinar, but space is limited. To learn more about this presentation and to reserve your seat, please visit www.i2live.net.
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