Fibres & Paper 2030 – A successful journey to an industry’s future
Ttake a look into the future of fibre based materials
Eight true-to-life fields of action, known as thematic areas, were defined for contemplation: Living & Working, Nutrition, Health & Hygiene, Mobility, Information/Communication/Education/Knowledge (ICEK), Logistics, Future Cities & Architecture as well as General Conditions.
A total of 103 participants from a variety of sectors and subject areas initially developed just under 1500 concrete proposals in six idea workshops. Once these proposals had been consolidated, there was a corpus totalling 640 business ideas, of which 375 were classified as being closely associated with paper. They could theoretically be put into practice in the paper value chain now on the basis of current know-how. Of the remaining proposals, 265 were regarded as being unrelated to paper, alt-hough they are attractive based on a clearly justified need, while the contributions of future paper have yet to be clarified or developed by research work.
The project showed that in a future global bio-economy, the demand for sustainable, bio-based eco-nomic concepts will grow steadily. Fibre based materials will form an integral part of everyday life even in areas where it is not or rarely used today: vehicle construction, healthcare, architecture or in the aerospace industry, to name but a few.
A broad-based communication on the future project is disseminated through a comprehensive bro-chure and a separate website at http://www.fibre-paper-2030.com.
The project is being managed by the Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS). The project manager, Mr Anatoli Davydov, is available at firstname.lastname@example.org and under +49 (0)89 –12146493 to answer any questions you may have.
Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS)
As a research and service institute domiciled in Munich und Heidenau/Dresden PTS assists companies in all sectors with the development and use of modern fibre-based solutions. We develop, optimise and test products and techniques in the following areas:
Paper manufacturing and converting | Fibres & Composites | Packaging & Conformity| Print & functional Surfaces | Industry 4.0 | Pilot Coater VESTRA | Pulp and paper pilot plants | Testing & analytics
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