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ETS 'pleased to sponsor Tissue World 2023'
ETS, the European Tissue Symposium, says it is proud to be sponsoring Europe's largest tissue trade show, Tissue World Düsseldorf, which returns to Europe for the first time in four years at new venue Messe Düsseldorf.
From 28th -30th March, a raft of exciting new product launches, demos and giveaways are presented from its 110+ exhibiting companies.
Tissue World Düsseldorf offers visitors an unrivalled opportunity to meet over a hundred market leaders showcasing the very latest innovations and technical solutions in the production of tissue paper, from raw materials, to stock prep, machinery suppliers, tissue converting lines, packaging and wrapping equipment, OEM producers and all suppliers involved in the production of soft hygiene tissue.
Tom Hill, event director for organiser Informa Markets, says:
"The event will be the first European Tissue World since the pandemic and comes at a very important time for the industry. The ongoing energy crisis has brought renewable projects to the fore, and the need to find a workable solution makes cooperating and sharing ideas invaluable. Tissue World Düsseldorf is an opportunity to find practical answers to questions on profitability and sustainability, by networking with and learning from market leaders and industry experts."
The Tissue World Düsseldorf conference runs alongside the exhibition and offers visitors the opportunity to attend carefully curated technical sessions, focusing on fresh innovation from tissue making through converting via all the processes and materials which count towards the competitive manufacture of world-beating tissue products.
The effects of the pandemic and the growing importance of sustainability in the global tissue market are significant aspects for businesses to consider when tailoring marketing campaigns, optimising the customer experience and guiding strategic initiatives. According to With consumer and Government pressures to reduce environmental impact and increase production costs, the industry embraces circular business models and eco-friendly manufacturing practices and products.
Developing a sustainable supply chain, reducing non-recyclable plastic packaging, and using alternative fibres are among the strategies adopted by the industry to respond to the changing demand.
According to data from Euromonitor International, Global Retail Tissue value is USD 89.7 Billion.
16th March 2023