Scott Gearen, Chemical Security Inspector at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is bringing presentation Protecting Pulp and Paper Production Facilities with Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) to the Specialty Papers US 2019 program!
Although the on-demand economy was born out of business-to-consumer (B2C) offerings, such as ride-sharing apps and movie streaming services, its principles are now firmly rooted in the expectations of business-to-business (B2B) customers.
As a key US conference focused on developing ideas and capitalizing on relationships in the specialty papers market, Specialty Papers US 2019, coming to Milwaukee, WI, Sep. 30 - Oct. 2, 2019, will bring industry experts together for beneficial networking and discussion.
The skyrocketing cost of a U.S. college education could get even more expensive if two top college textbook companies combine as planned, especially if they succeed in starving off a scrappy competitor: used textbooks.
The main global organization for certifying sustainable wood says one of its members destroyed tropical forests in easternmost Indonesia but it stopped short of expelling the company. The Bonn, Germany-based Forest Stewardship Council said it would impose "improvement" requirements on Korindo, a Korean-Indonesian conglomerate, that an environmental group found had cleared more than 30,000 hectares of tropical forests for palm oil plantations in Indonesia's Papua and Maluku regions.
For the first time, SAP SE honors T.CON's excellent expertise for the mill process industry. As a demonstration of the outstanding expert know-how of T.CON in the industry, T.CON can now display the "SAP Recognized Expertise in the mill products industry in Germany" certificate.
How does a company founded just a few years after the War of 1812 remain profitable and relevant in the twenty-first century? Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., of Bennington, New Hampshire, has had two centuries to figure that out.
Workers at one of the Pacific Northwest's largest paper mills are worried Oregon's cap and trade bill will mean job loss and industry downsizing in a field that is already seeing cuts and companies moving overseas.
The report highlights the yearly progress toward its long-term sustainability goals through ongoing investments in employees and mills, safety standards, environmental commitments and continued innovation.