NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Technology for the production of soft hygienic tissue paper such as kitchen paper towels and bathroom tissue has been dominated by two configurations, the conventional Crescent former and TAD, for the past three decades. Now, however numerous breakthrough technologies have appeared that are showing strong promise to achieve high quality tissue at high speeds with lower energy and raw material inputs.
These include NTT, ATMOS, ADT, as well as latest energy efficient configuration for TAD.
At Tissue World Americas 2014 in Miami during March 18-21, thousands of professionals from the $80 billion global tissue business, will gather to attend hands-on presentations about these new technologies. Specifically the 1st NTT machine in the world will be covered by the president of the company that has installed the technology. Also the inventor of the new ADT technology will be discussing the first installation of that configuration. And the first ATMOS machine in the United States will also be covered by the operations director from the company.
Indeed Tissue World gives attendees a wonderful opportunity to rapidly gain insight and information regarding this and many other critical issues which will impact the tissue business over the next few years. Among the dozens of topics to be covered are:
- New Innovations like NTT, ATMOS and ADT Tissue Making Technology
- Sustainability, Fibers, Energy and the Environment
- The Market Balance between Big Brands and Private Labels
- The Growing Global Trade in Tissue
- New Products and Packaging Innovations
- Changing Consumer Buying Habits and the Influence of E-Commerce
Also, for the first time ever since Tissue World started in 1993, a major focus on tissue sales channels will be included. This new addition is entitled TRIF, the Tissue Retailers and Distributors Insight Forum. By adding TRIF, the entire Tissue Value Matrix will be well represented in Miami.
Through attendance at Tissue World Americas thousands of tissue makers, converters, retailers, distributors and suppliers, will be gaining valuable, actionable insight in a couple brief days to help their operations and profitability.
Attendees will include professionals working with Tissue Buying, Marketing, Brands, Private Labels, R&D, Technical Service, Sustainability, Sales, Product Development, Investments and, of course, Manufacturing.
Contact Person: Ivan Ferrari
Phone Number: +65-6592-0886
SOURCE Tissue World - UBM