SHANGHAI, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A strong lineup of speakers including government officials, executives and presidents from leading companies and associations, as well we industry experts have confirmed to speak at the 1st China International Recycled Fiber Conference. The event will take place from December 5 – 7, 2012 at the Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall in China and is organized by RISI, UMPaper, and China Resource Recycling Association (CRRA).
The conference will tackle the problems facing the recovered paper industry in China and explore solutions to make it more healthy and sustainable for further development.
Current confirmed speakers and topics include:
Development of Renewable Resource Industry and Understanding of the Current Policies, Guan Aiguo, President, China Resource Recycling Association
Planning on Construction of Recovered Product System, Official from Ministry of Commerce of China
12th Five Year Plan on the Development of China's Paper Industry, Official from Ministry of Industry and Information
Interpretation on Environmental Protection Approval Policies of Imported Recovered Paper, Official from Ministry of Environmental Protection of China
Associations leaders and experts
Interpretation of Recycling System and Demand in Europe, Ranjit Baxi, President, Paper Division, Bureau of International Recuperation (BIR)
Recovered Paper Supply from North America, Bill Moore, President, Moore & Associates, USA
Recycled Paper's Recovery System in Jiangsu, Niu Qingmin, Chairman, Jiangsu Province Paper Union Recycle Resources
Trade models' Changes of Recovered Paper from Japan, Masatsune Ogura, Counselor, Japan Paper Association.
Paper producers and market analysts
Impact of Recovered Paper's Quality and Quantity, Zhang Zengguo, Executive Director, China Sunshine Paper Holdings Ltd.
Shipping Cost Related to Recovered Paper Market, Mark Chen, General Manager, Import, Reefer & Special Cargo, East China Sales Management, MSK Line Ltd
Global Supply and Demand of Recovered Paper, Hannah Zhao, Economist, RISI
Comparison between Imported and Domestic Recovered Paper, Sarah Feng, Recovered Paper Senior Analyst, UMPaper
China Packaging Paper Market and Recycled Fiber, Melissa Chen, Packaging Paper Associate Analyst, UMPaper
China Graphic Paper Market and Recycled Fiber, Shawn Wang, Graphic Paper Associate Analyst, UMPaper
Conference programs and registration details are available online at www.risi.com/rcp_conf.
Owned by UBM plc, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, RISI is the leading information provider for the global forest products industry. The company works with clients in the pulp and paper, wood products, timber, biomass, tissue, nonwovens, printing and publishing industries to help them make better decisions.
Headquartered in Boston, MA, RISI operates additional offices throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia. More information can be found at www.risi.com.
China Resource Recycling Association (CRRA), approved by Ministry of Civil Affairs and registered in 1992, is a national organization comprised of resource recycling enterprises, public institutions, public organizations and research institutes. The existing corporate membership is more than 300 under the management of All China Federation of Supply and Marketing Co-operatives. CRRA has six branches, namely, CRRA Expert Committee, Agricultural Resource Recycling Professional Committee, Professional Committee, Technology Collaboration Committee, Electronic Waste Recycling Branch, Resource Recycling International Cooperation Training Committee.
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