HEIDENAU, Germany, July 1, 2020 (Press Release) -From 08.09. to 09.09.2020 the PTS Corrugated Board Symposium 2020 will take place in Dresden with an international orientation for the first time. Participants can look forward to speakers from industry, business & science who will discuss and present interesting and future-oriented topics.
In the final programme, the lectures will be arranged in the main topics of trends and developments, production process, design for recycling and innovations. With the topic area Design for Recycling a current and relevant topic for corrugated board packaging will be taken up, among others with lectures by:
- Design for Recycling requirements for printed corrugated board packaging, Peter Désilets – Pacoon GmbH
- Harmonization of recyclability testing, Lydia Tempel – PapiertechnischeStiftung (PTS)
- Recyclability of adhesive applications on corrugated board packaging, Martin Hilgenstock - Henkel Adhesive Technologies
The symposium provides a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience in the production and processing of corrugated board for packaging, construction and special applications. The participants will be informed comprehensively about the state of the art and innovations across all sectors, future trends and market policy aspects will be highlighted.
- Date: Tuesday, 08.09. to Wednesday 09.09.2020
- Venue: Penck Hotel Dresden
- Event language: Englisch
- Web: www.corrugated-board-symposium.com
About the Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS) l www.ptspaper.de
As a research and service institute based in Heidenau (near Dresden), we support companies in all industries in the development and application of modern fibre-based solutions. We develop, optimise and test products and processes in the fields of paper production and processing, fibres and composites, finishing, packaging, corrugated board and innovative measurement technology.
At the AiF (German Federation of Industrial Research Associations – in short AiF - www.aif.de), the Zuse-Gemeinschaft (www.zuse-gemeinschaft.de) and the research alliance DRESDEN-concept e.V. (www.dresden-concept.de), the Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS) is a proud member and part of three networks, which are committed to the promotion of applied research for small and medium-sized companies with the aim of translating scientific findings into applicable technologies and preparing the ground for innovations.