PulPaper is one of the largest pulp and paper exhibitions in the world
Held in Helsinki, Finland, since 1987, it provides first class business opportunities for the global industry.
The 9th edition of PulPaper at Messukeskus Expo and Convention Center, Helsinki, will be held from 29–31 May 2018.
At the last conference, in 2014
- the exhibition hosted 453 exhibitors from 29 countries in 193 stands
- visitors came to Helsinki from 72 countries worldwide, making it the most international event of its kind
- in three days, 9428 visitors from 72 countries had attended the fair.
We hope you can be part of the latest development within the industry!
What’s new at the next edition of the event is the positive investment climate in the Nordic countries, in combination with rapid development in the industry.
Represented at PulPaper
• Paper and board • Pulp production • Pumps, piping, valves • Process control • Maintenance and Operating safety • Instrumentation • Energy • Chemicals • Environment protection • Planning and Construction • Transport and Material handling • Conversion • Biofuels Raw materials • Raw material production • Machine components and subsystems
• Automation, process optimization and measurement • Services • Industrial IT and communication
VISIT TOMORROW TODAY
The event’s theme – Visit tomorrow today – is clearly focused on the future. The programme includes both paid conferences and free lectures. The exhibition itself is free of charge.
Topics in PulPaper’s conference programme include the circular economy, 3D printing, the bioeconomy, climate change, digitalisation, and the opportunities afforded by the industrial internet. Practical examples from companies bring a concrete aspect to these visions of the future.
Business Forum – a new seminar package targeted at company management – will be held on the opening day. Its speakers will be forefront opinion leaders from both Finland and abroad, and their topics will range from consumer habits to change management, and from innovation to sustainable development.
The exhibition area’s Future Square stage will run a free programme focusing on the opportunities afforded by the bioeconomy and career outlooks for industry students. The programme will also be supplemented with visits to pioneering companies in the industry, such as the new bioproduct mill in Äänekoski.