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- Thorough definitions and descriptions of disruptive technologies that could impact the pulp paper industry to 2023
- Assessment of the potential impact of the top 25 disruptive technologies over the next 10 years
- Exclusive pulp paper market technology forecasts, clearly illustrated with 75 tables and figures, including transition tables
Ten-Year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in the Pulp and Paper Supply Chain to 2023 is the result of an exhaustive primary research programme incorporating interviews with a panel of leading paper and technology experts. The expert responses were tabulated and ranked to form the overall top 25 disruptive technologies. Secondary research was carried out to be able to provide a more detailed description of each item on the top 25 list. In addition, the most recent available data was consulted for worldwide consumption of different grades of pulp and paper products. The report provides a unique depth of information and analysis.
- Analysis of the top 25 disruptive technologies likely to impact the pulp paper industry
- 10-year forecasts of technology-driven changes
- Exclusive description and analysis of the pulp paper market
HOW WILL THIS REPORT BENEFIT YOU?
- Identify and understand effects of the top 25 disruptive technologies on the pulp and paper industry over the next 10 years
- Understand global trends affecting the pulp and paper supply chain
- Use scenario plans of emerging trends and ten-year predictions of disruptive technologies to plan your business strategy with confidence
- Identify business opportunities with forecasts to 2023
WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?
- Pulp and paper chemical suppliers
- Paper manufacturers
- Print equipment manufacturers
- Packaging converters
- Consumable and equipment suppliers
- Brand owners and retailers
- Industry consultants and analysts
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?
- One hard copy of the report sent to you on publication date
- Electronic copy with searchable PDF
- Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study