PAPRICAN

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PAPRICANPulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada
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Paprican is a leading not-for-profit research and technology institute.
FERIC, Forintek, and Paprican will be working together to develop an integration plan that will be presented to their respective members for final approval in the next six months.
* Barbara van Lierop, Scientist, PAPRICAN, Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada
Maintaining a positive working relationship with clients appears to be especially important, as one organization's annual report stated, "in today's markets, relevance to clients is crucial; client needs drive not only the way in which we deliver services and solutions, but also our science planning and investment." In a similar vein, the 2003 Annual Report of the Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada (PAPRICAN) asserts "...
has signed an agreement with Weyerhaeuser's Kamloops Cellulose Fibre mill and Paprican, the Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada, to verify the application of Nexterra's innovative gasification technology for pulp mill lime kilns.
Zhirun Yuan, John Schmidt, Cyril Heitner, and Xuejun Zou are with Paprican, Pointe-Claire, QC, Canada, H9R 3J9.
Three leading Canadian forest products industry research groups--the Forest Industry Research Institute of Canada (FERIC), Forintek Canada Corp., and the Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada (Paprican)--recently announced they are working on a plan to integrate their respective research activities.
Paprican, the Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada, and IPEF, the Institute of Forest Research and Studies of Brazil, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to build a partnership in pulp and paper research.
Seth was an active member of TAPPI and PAPRICAN. He was widely recognized by the pulp and paper industry and received many awards.
Paprican, the Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada, is the largest research institute dedicated to the pulp and paper industry in Canada.
Paprican's process, combined with complementary lignin recovery technologies developed by Thynside and its affiliates, offers an economically viable solution to treat the black liquor from such small pulping operations while meeting environmental regulations.