We will join more than 100 other exhibitors with a primary focus on North and South America. The conference attracts quality attendees from across the globe and is recognized as the major conference for the tissue industry in the Americas. More than 900 attended the 2012 conference and more participation is expected in 2014.
Ashland has been providing the right people, products and applications insights to the tissue and towel industry for nearly nine decades, enabling tissue and towel operations to balance cost, quality and performance.
Through our long-term research and development, we have developed a proven portfolio of creping and release chemistries for both light dry crepe and structured sheet operations. With our modeling and simulation capabilities, our scientists can analyze every detail of creping and release. This allows us to make recommendations grounded in hard science, which allows you to reduce on-machine risks and produce high-quality tissue and towel products. As a result, we are the leading supplier of specialty chemicals to the tissue and towel industry, and we’re the number-one selected supplier for machine startups.
Experience the Ashland Advantage and visit us at booth No. 435.
For more information about the event, visit the convention website.
Richard J. Riehle of Ashland will discuss the use of PAE wet-strength resins. View his biography and the schedule
Joseph Mahoney, Ph.D. of Ashland will discuss adhesives for light dry crepe. View his biography and the schedule.
|Wednesday, March 19||10 a.m.||5 p.m.|
|Thursday, March 20||10 a.m.||5 p.m.|
|Friday, March 21||10 a.m.||4 p.m.|