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Cellulose Fibres Conference 2024 – Shaping the sustainable fibre future with cellulose fibres

13. March 2024,8:00 - 14. March 2024,17:00

The success story of the Cellulose Fibres Conference continues from 13–14 March 2024 in Cologne, Germany, (on site and online). The unique event will showcase new opportunities for cellulose fibres in textiles, hygiene products and packaging. Rising demand for renewable fibres meets bio-based and biodegradable cellulose fibres as a breakthrough solution for the future.

The main source for the production of staple fibres or filaments such as viscose, lyocell, modal, acetate or other types of cellulose fibres is wood-based chemical pulp. At the same time novel sources such as agricultural waste and fibres, paper grade pulp and recycled textiles emerge on a global level, with a multitude of new sources and companies contributing new technologies, processing methods and ideas.

The Cellulose Fibres Conference 2024 will cover the entire value chain, from lignocellulose, chemical pulp, cellulose fibres such as rayon, viscose, modal or lyocell and new developments to a wide range of applications: textiles from renewable fibres, nonwovens such as wet wipes as well as new areas such as composites, hygiene, packaging or nanocellulose in the food industry. The conference will offer deep insights into the promising future of cellulose fibres, which perfectly fits the current trends of circular economy, recycling and sustainable carbon cycles.


Conference registration: The registration fee is 995 EUR (excl. 19 % VAT) for both days and 690 EUR (excl. 19 % VAT) for the virtual option. Registration options are available via https://cellulose-fibres.eu/registration/.

 

Details

Start:
13. March 2024,8:00
End:
14. March 2024,17:00
Website:
www.cellulose-fibres.eu

Organizer

nova-Institut GmbH
Phone
+49(0)2233-460-1400
Email
contact@nova-institut.de
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Venue

Maternushaus
Kardinal-Frings-Str. 1-3
Cologne, 50668
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