Voith at Zellcheming trade fair – 20-22 June

Presenting sustainable and efficient innovations for optimized papermaking

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Voith is presenting leading solutions for efficient and sustainable paper production under the motto 'Papermaking for Life' at the fair. Photo/Voith

As the global full-line supplier to the paper industry and gold sponsor of the Zellcheming trade fair, Voith is presenting leading solutions for efficient and sustainable paper production under the motto ‘Papermaking for Life’. 

The hybrid trade fair will take place from June 20-22, 2023, at the RheinMain Congress Center (RMCC) in Wiesbaden, Germany, and will provide a dialog platform for forward-looking process and product technology innovations for the paper, pulp and fiber-based industries.

“On June 20, we will exclusively present our new InfibraFiner refiner at our booth,” says Martin Bassmann, Regional president EMEA at Voith Paper. “The InfibraFiner pushes the limits of refining and impresses with additional capacity and optimum energy efficiency. It is one of many examples from our portfolio of products and solutions for lower resource consumption and significantly higher profitability in paper production. We are looking forward to the personal exchange with the visitors on site.”

As a special highlight, Voith invites all trade show visitors to a Mediterranean afternoon at its stand (51, Hall North) on 20 June. The event will start at 1 pm with the official product launch of the new refiner InfibraFiner. Visitors will be able to experience the new generation of refining in virtual reality.

In addition to the exchange at the booth, Voith experts will give presentations on the topics of energy, digitization and innovation:

20 June: Lada Bemert (vice-president, New Business & Research, Voith) will participate in the panel discussion on ‘Innovative energy concepts in the paper and fiber-based industry.’

In the ‘Digitization’ session, Matthias W. Schmitt (Global Sales manager Papermaking 4.0, Voith), together with Olav Dau (Automation Expert, Bellmer), will present new, practice-oriented possibilities for the use of Augmented Reality in the paper industry.

Under the title ‘InfibraFiner DG – tradition transferred into future’ Adrian Honig (Global Product manager Refining, Voith) introduces the new generation of refining. In addition, Ênio Antonio dos Reis (Process and Engineering consultant, Otacílio Costa Unit, Klabin) will present results and practical experience from the pilot installation at Klabin’s Otacílio Costa paper mill.

On 22 June, the Zellcheming Career Day will take place at the end of the trade show. Students and trainees will have the opportunity to get to know potential employers in the pulp and paper industry. Voith will also be actively represented here as a premium sponsor.

The Zellcheming trade fair is an independent technical and scientific platform of the pulp and paper industry. As a meeting point for the industry, the trade fair connects research, science and industry. 

The Voith Group is a global technology company with its broad portfolio of systems, products, services and digital applications, Voith Paper is full-line supplier to the paper industry, it provides the largest range of technologies, services and products on the market and offers paper manufacturers holistic solutions from one source.

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