RISI announced that the China RCP Conference will combine with international containerboard expertise to provide a holistic view of the market dynamics of Containerboard.
Named the 6th International Recycled Fiber and Containerboard Conference, this newly combined view will provide delegates key insight into this growing and volatile market in China andSoutheast Asia. The event will be held in Chengdu, China, on December 6-8, 2017. Registration is now open.
This conference, organized by RISI and supported by China Resources Recycling Association and Moore & Associates, is aimed to optimize the buying position of collectors, traders, producers, converters and end-users. The program will be introducing international containerboard topics to provide a more accurate understanding of recovered paper industry development trends, and to consolidate the resource advantages from upstream to downstream.
Conference sessions will surround the theme of recovered paper market trends of quality and quantity from the perspective of industry policy, supply and demand market changes. Key drivers in the industry include macroeconomic trends, holistic pulp and paper industry development, governmental environment protection policies, market supply, and demand trends; all which are closely connected and affected by each other.
This year's key topics will include:
- A global recovered paper trading trends outlook
- Regional recovered paper market outlooks including, Southeast Asia,North America and Europe
- China macro-economic trends and a paper industry overview
- The China recovered paper collection system
- Recovered paper pricing fluctuation analysis and outlook
- An Asian containerboard market outlook
- Cost benchmarking on containerboard market
Networking opportunities will be in abundance during breaks, lunches, and a cocktail reception. Delegates will have the opportunity to connect with industry experts, traders from China and abroad, inspection authorities, recovered paper collectors, paper mills, industrial associations, equipment and chemical suppliers.