ABTCP

AcronymDefinition
ABTCPAssociação Brasileira Técnica de Celulose e Papel (Portugese: Brazilian Pulp and Paper Technical Association)
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The big news about ABTCP 2013 involves the alteration of the space provided for the technical congress, which will be merged with the exhibit area.
This was one of the conclusions reached by leaders of the pulp and paper companies during the ABTCP 2012- 45th Pulp and Paper International Congress & Exhibition, which was held between October 9 and 11 in Sao Paulo, by the ABTCP (Brazilian Technical Pulp and Paper Association), in coordination with Tecnicelpa (Portuguese Association of Technical Pulp and Paper Industries) and Riadicyp (Ibero-American Association for Pulp and Paper Research and Education).
Tecnicelpa (Portuguese Association of Technicians of the Pulp and Paper Industries) and Riadicyp (American Association of Teaching and Research on Pulp and Paper) are producers' partners of ABTCP (Brazilian Technical Association of Pulp and Paper) on this event's edition.
The event, which also featured the 1st Latin American Packing Paper Symposium, was considered a success by the ABTCP.
This is one of the themes to be presented at ABTCP 2011 - 44th Congress and International Exposition on Pulp and Paper, the largest gathering in Latin American on pulp and paper, promoted by the ABTCP - Brazilian Technical Association of Pulp and Paper, that happens between the 3rd and 5th of October in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Due to the great success of the 1st Tissue Symposium in 2010, this year the ABTCP will be organizing the 1st Latin American Packing Paper Symposium, which will take place in parallel with the 2011 Congress and Exhibition.
Editor's Note: The following interview originally appeared in the June 2003 issue of O Papel, published by ABTCP, Brazil's Pulp and Paper Technical Association.
A number of key industry associations are supporting this annual event, including the Brazilian associations, ABTCP, ANDIPA, ANAVE and ABPO; Cafcco and AFCP from Argentina; and Colombia's Acotepac.
B, Foelkel, president of ABTCP (The Brazilian Pulp and Paper Technical Association) in Sao Paulo, Brazil
These groups are TAPPI, the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA), Paper Industry Management Association (PIMA), NPTA Alliance, American Paper Machinery Association (APMA), Wisconsin Paper Council, China Paper Association (CPA) and Brazil-based ABTCP.