International Pulp Week 2020 is a 3-day conference, beginning with our prominent Opening Cocktail on Sunday evening, followed by two half-days of conferences and group discussions. It also includes a networking lunch on Monday afternoon, as well as two mid-morning networking coffee breaks on both Monday and Tuesday. IPW brings together the global pulp and forestry sector community, providing a home-base for industry professionals.

A detailed event program and list of speakers will be coming soon!

Sunday, June 14th

05:00 PM – 07:00 PM

Registration

Pick up your name badge at the registration desk on the rooftop.

05:00 PM – 07:00 PM

Opening Cocktail

IPW 2020 kicks off with our Opening Cocktail on the The Roof, Fairmont Hotel's spacious rooftop venue overlooking the harbour waterfront.

Join your peers and industry professionals at this can't-miss networking event. Meet with fellow IPW delegates from over 40 countries and celebrate the start of International Pulp Week.

Monday, June 15th

08:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Registration

Pick up your name badge at the registration desk located in the Pacific Foyer, Conference level.

09:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Customer Forum

The Customer Forum is an opportunity for pulp and paper producers, and their customers to hear about prevailing issues affecting their own specific sector, as well as those of common interest to the industry at large.

10:30 AM – 10:50 AM

Networking Coffee Break

12:00 PM – 01:30 PM

Networking Lunch

Tuesday, June 16th

08:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Registration

Pick up your name badge at the registration desk located in the Pacific Foyer, Conference level.

09:00 AM – 9:45 AM

Press and Analyst Briefing

The Press and Analyst Briefing is an opportunity to hear PPPC’s analysts provide their latest market analysis and forecasts for the global pulp market and its end-uses.

Presentations by:
Arnaud Franco
Director, Pulp and Paper

Emanuele Bona
Vice President, Europe - PPPC

09:45 AM – 10: 00 AM

Networking Coffee Break

10:00 AM – 12: 00 PM

Market Pulp Open Forum

The Market Pulp Open Forum provides an overview of the pulp and paper industry from a broader perspective, focusing on prevailing issues from the global economy to the most notable events affecting the industry in the last year.