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Foreword

What are changes of product structure in 2018 with start-up of one million ton/yr cellulose fiber capacity? How to realize effective capacity utilization and downstream consumption guidance in the short term? Sustainable development has attracted more attention, how will price, production development, application and demand guidance perform in 2019?

When cellulose fiber capacity is expanding fast, changes are occurring in feedstock and downstream market. In dissolving pulp market, swing mills take up increasing percentage. Will pulp supply be ample? What about influential factors? Textile market is unusually depressed in the fourth quarter of 2018. Is it casual or will it become normal? China may not sustain cotton auction due to fewer cotton reserves, how to adapt to cotton quota policy change? Could non-cotton demand help absorb huge cellulose fiber capacity growth?

Under the background of changes in world economic and trade situation and uncertainties in economic growth, 13th China Hangzhou Cellulose Fiber (Viscose) Industry Forum hosted by www.ccfgroup.com, www.ccf.com.cn, www.tteb.com will be held at New Century Grand Hotel Hangzhou during May 21-23, 2019. It has been hosted for twelve years, which has become a big event of the industry chain. We are looking forward to your participation to have discussion on the hotspots with experts and leading companies.

Meeting Matters

Schedule

Registration: P.M. May 21, 2019
Forum: May 22 May 23-A.M, 2019

Venue

New Century Grand Hotel Hangzhou, China (New Century Hall, 4F) ★★★★★ (No. 818, Middle Shixin Road, Xiaoshan, Hangzhou, China)

Conference Fee

USD 1,380/person (early bird fee: USD 1,280 before Apr 30)

Accommodation Fee

Twin-bed room: RMB 580/day
Executive single room: RMB 800/day

Contacts

Contact: Shine Hua
Phone : +86-571-83786599
Fax: +86-571-83786600
E-mail:market@ccfgroup.com
    hs@ccfgroup.com

Cancellation and refund

A full refund will be available if written-form cancellation to us is done before May 13, 2019

Forum Agenda

A.M. May 22
8:50 Opening Speech
9:00 China's macro economy under the trade war and deleveraging
——Xiao Lisheng, Institute of World Economics and Politics Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Xiao Lisheng, Doctor of Economics, Deputy Director of International Financial Office of Research Institute of World Economics and Politics of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, associate research fellow and Master's supervisor. Mainly expert in international finance and China macro economy, global macro-economic trend and RMB exchange rate. He published many dissertations in core journals like Economic Research, Journal Management World, the Journal of World Economy and Journal of Financial Research. Attended various government seminars over macro economy and compiled many decision advisory reports and obtained several Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Excellent Countermeasures Award. He was the chief researcher on macro-economy of Pacific Securities, Master's supervisor of Financial School of Sun Yat-sen University as well as of University of International Business and Economics, Researcher of Pangoal Research Institute of Macro-Economics (PRIME), Researcher in China Finance 40 Forum-Youth Economist and International Political and Financial Security Think Tank. Researcher of International Political and Financial Security Think-tank in Southwestern University of Finance and Economics. He is also now teaching EMBA in school of economics and management of Tsinghua University and in financial school of Renmin University of China.
10:00 Lenzing Sustainability Strategy and Brand Structure
——David Qian, Lenzing
Working experience:
2017-now General manager, Lenzing Fibers (Shanghai) Co., Ltd
Business director, textile department of Lenzing AG China
2012-2017 Sales and marketing director, Solvay China & Southeast Asia & Oceania
2010-2012 CMO, V&H
2003-2010 Sales director, DuPont/ INVISTA
1995-2002 Sales manager, HYOSUNG China
Education:
2005-2007 EMBA, Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
1988-1995 Shanghai Jiao Tong University
10:35 Tea break
10:55 Path exploration of China VSF sustainable development
——Zhang Zixin, Collaboration for Sustainable Development of Viscose
Zhang Zixin, Master of School of Materials of Donghua University. He was responsible for the management of the regenerated cellulose fiber industry and the development of relevant industry standards in the China Chemical Fiber Industry Association. He jointly edited "Guidelines for Viscose Fiber Industry", "Cleaner Production Evaluation Index System for Regenerated Cellulose Fiber Manufacturing (Viscose Method) ", and wrote "Research on the "13th Five-Year Plan for Development" of Regenerated Cellulose Fiber Industry", “Regenerated Cellulose (Viscose) Fiber Industry Development and Environmental Protection” and so on. Besides, he also participated in the preparation and revision of many national, industry, and community standards such as “Lyocell Staple Fiber”.
Abstract: The three-year action plan for the green development of the regenerated cellulose fiber industry.
Green development has become one of the core topics for the healthy development of the chemical fiber industry in the future. Cellulose fiber (Viscose fiber), as the earliest chemical fiber product, has been pressured by various parties at home and abroad in environmental protection. In order to explore and promote the industry's sustainable development model, to minimize the impact of the production of regenerated cellulose fibers and the entire life cycle on the environment, the Chemical Fiber Association, Cotton Spinning Association, Tangshan Sanyou, Sateri Shandong Yamei, Yibin Grace, CHTC Helon, Zhejiang Fulida, Funing Aoyang, Jilin Chemical Fiber, Xinxiang Chemical Fiber, and Shandong Silver Hawk jointly established "Collaboration for Sustainable Development of Viscose" in 2018. During the meeting, we will share the vision of the alliance, the progress of each project and the future work plan.
11:30 Status quo of China cellulose fiber industry and outlook for next 3 years
——Kevin Ding, CCFGroup
Kevin Ding is now working as manager and industry analyst of CCFGroup. He has been engaged in viscose fiber industry research for 13 years and is now responsible for the research on mutual influence between cotton textile raw materials and macro economy. Mr. Ding has successfully forecasted the appearance of major market change for several times. He has organized the largest worldwide cellulose fiber industry forum for 12 times and delivered speeches on several conferences. He is also appointed as the consultant by some enterprises. Since 2017, he has been planning to combine industry informatization and commerce service. Currently, tailored financial service for viscose fiber supply chain has officially begun.
CCFGroup viscose information covers 100% of global viscose industry and 95% of dissolving wood pulp industry. Some indexes have been taken as reference for contract settlement. During final ruling of anti-dumping cases, CCFGroup DWP index is the only reference index in the arbitral awards.
P.M May 22
14:00 Logical deduction of China cotton market under the background of reform and the impact on textile industry development
——Xia Shihui, CCFGroup
Xia Shihui, Master of Finance graduated from Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics, CFA candidate, is now an analyst of Zhejiang Huarui Information Consulting Co., Ltd. Miss Xia is engaged in the study on cotton and related industries, having deep understanding on industry chain structure, business model, driving and conduction logic, as well as industrial system and operation rules. She has taken part in many industrial meetings and preparatory work during her tenure.
14:30 Technology-driven Sustainability - Sateri's leading innovations in production, products and value chain
——Feng Xin, Sateri
Mr. Feng Xin is Vice President of Downstream Business & Corporate Development of Sateri Group. Sateri is a global leader in viscose staple fibre. The natural and high-quality fibre, made from trees grown on renewable plantations, can be found in comfortable textiles and skin-friendly hygiene products. Mr. Feng Xin has worked in specialty chemical industry for over 10 years, and has practical professional experience in business strategic planning and cross-industry collaboration and innovation. . Prior to Sateri, Mr. Feng Xin worked in Boston Consulting Group, responsible for leading consultation for fast moving consumer goods industry. Mr. Feng Xin has Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School (Cambridge) and Bachelors in Industrial Commerce from Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
15:00 Technological innovation and application of nonwovens wiping material
——Jin Xiangyu, Donghua University
Professor and Doctor Supervisor Jin Xiangyu, is deputy director of the Industrial Textiles Engineering Center of the Ministry of Education, director of the Nonwovens Research and Development Center of Donghua University, and also deputy director of the Nonwoven Materials and Engineering Branch of the Textile Specialty in College of the MOE, and deputy director of the Academic Textiles Committee of the China Textile Engineering Society, and director of the China Geosynthetics Association, and the Vice President of the Spunlace Branch of China Industrial Textiles Association.
Jin’s research direction is non-woven technology and intelligence, and his study scope includes structural properties and industrialization of biomass non-woven materials, multifunctional non-woven materials and performance evaluation, medical and non-woven materials processing technology and engineering, modified & double component polyolefin low resistance filter material, and geosynthetics research and environmental engineering applications.
Jin has presided over the completion of the National Twelfth Five-Year Plan for Science and Technology Support Project “Processing Technology and Industrialization of Medical Protective Materials”, and chaired "Polylactic acid (PLA) Spinning Ultrafine Nonwovens Processing Technology", " Technology and Application of Bicomponent Spunbonded Nonwoven Fabrics", and so on.
Jin’s project “Processing Technology and Industrialization of Medical Protective Materials” has won the first prize of Science and Technology of China Textile Industry Association, and his “Technology and Product Application of High-Efficiency Energy-saving and Emission-Reducing Spunlace” and “Non-woven Materials for Medical and Health Technology and Industrialization" were awarded the first prize of Shanghai Science and Technology Progress. Published 22 SCI papers and authorized 30 invention patents.
Jin’s editorial National Planning Academy textbook "Nonweaving" and "Nonwoven Experiment" has won the second prize for science and technology of the China Textile Industry Association. More than 60 doctoral and master students were trained by Jin at home and abroad.
15:30 Tea break
15:50 Fashion’s Collective Action to Protect Forests
——Neva Murtha, Canopy
Neva Murtha, a Senior Corporate Campaigner at Canopy, is a leader in the development of markets for pulp and papers made with next generation solutions such as agricultural residue. She has played a key role in efforts to bring straw-based paper to the marketplace by connecting producers and importers to retailers and major corporate paper consumers. In her seventeen years with Canopy, Neva has fostered the development and implementation of more than 200 corporate sustainability procurement policies.
16:20 The importance of sustainably managed forests for fashion
——Birgit Lia Fain, UNECE & Fabienne Sinclair, PEFC

Birgit Lia Fain is an Ass. Economic Affairs Officer working in the Forestry and Timber Section of the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), where she focusses on Forest Sector Outlook Studies and Sustainable Fashion. With respect to the latter, she and her team have organized several events related to “Forest for Fashion” and established the “UN Alliance on Sustainable Fashion” including 10 different UN organizations. Prior to UNECE, Ms. Fain held positions at UN ECLAC, the German Federal Ministry of Finance, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, the German Development Cooperation (GIZ), the Permanent Mission of Germany to the UN, and the European Parliament. Ms. Fain received her MSc in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics and Sciences Po Paris.

Fabienne Sinclair is currently Head of Marketing at PEFC International, which she joined in late 2015. She leads the end users and retailers engagement programme across sectors, promoting PEFC responsible forestry Standards for supply chain traceability assurance. “Forests for Fashion” is the PEFC & UNECE marketing campaign, promoting sustainably managed forests and traceability certification to the textile sector. Previously, Fabienne worked for 15 years in the consumer goods industry in various marketing roles of brand management, category development and integrated communications. She briefly worked as a consultant for the International Trade Centre part of World Trade Organisation on the launch of the SustainabilityXchange online platform. She graduated from?Nantes University, France,?in business management and further studied marketing in London with the?Chartered Institute of Marketing.
16:50 Viscose downstream market operation and development pattern
——Hua Qiying, CCFGroup
Ms. Hua Qiying graduated from Zhejiang University of Technology in 2015 and now she is working as an analyst of viscose industry in Zhejiang Huarui Information Consulting Co., Ltd, covering VSF, VFY and rayon yarn market information both at home and abroad.
17:20 Viscose industry's future
——Lenzing, Sateri, Tangshan Sanyou, Birla
May 23
9:00 Wood based fibre – The sustainable choice for a tomorrow that is better than today
——Mohamed Mansoor, Sappi
Qualifications: MBA , BSc Hons (Chemistry) , BSC (Chemistry and Mathematics Majors)
Appointed: January 2018 , Joined Saiccor mill August 1991
Skills, expertise and experience
Mr. Mansoor joined Sappi at Saiccor mill in 1991 where he was responsible for process investigations, customer complaints, quality control , manufacturing cost reduction initiatives and technical application support for dissolving wood pulp customers in Europe and USA. In January 1999, he was appointed as Product Manager Sappi Dissolving Wood Pulp and relocated to Hong Kong. In January 2001 Mr. Mansoor was appointed Commercial Manager Pulp responsible for dissolving wood pulp sales in South East Asia. In June 2007 he was appointed General Manager Pulp in Hong Kong with responsibility for the global sales of dissolving wood pulp after spending three years as Vice President Pulp Sales in Sappi’s New York office and in January 2018 , he joined the Group Executive Committee as Executive Vice President Sappi Dissolving Wood Pulp. He has a solid sales and technical background and customer relationships together with a strong track record of delivering sales results. His expertise includes contract negotiation and management, supply chain management, strategic planning, sales management, key account management, dissolving wood pulp, international logistics and technical application support.
9:30 The status quo and development trend of China caustic soda industry
——Wang Li, CCAON
CCAON was initiated by China Chlor-Alkali Industry Association (CCAIA) and was jointly established by five key enterprises in the industry. After more than ten years of development, it has become a highly recognized industrial portal website for the chlor-alkali industry. It has nearly 1,000 members at home and abroad and more than 10,000 related users. CCAON is dedicated to providing professional information, market research, high-end consultation and value-added services such as advertising and conference and exhibition for the chlor-alkali and chemical industries at home and abroad. It created the China Chlor-Alkali Forum and the China international Chlor-Alkali Conference, which have become the most influential brand conference in the industry.
Wang Li, chief editor of CCAON, holds bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and technology. Since 2009, Ms. Wang has worked in the information center and research center of CCAON successively, and has deep understanding of China’s chlor-alkali and upstream and downstream industries. Wang has been engaged in information and market research for a long term, and is responsible for in-depth research of caustic soda industrial chain and personalized high-end consulting projects for customers at present. As for topics of caustic soda and chlorine products, Ms. Wang has delivered many speeches and exchanges at various conferences.
10:00 Application of Intelligent Manufacturing in Viscose Fiber Industry
——Chen Chen,K2Data
Chen Chen, vice president of K2Data, Suzhou Industrial Big Data Innovation Center
Mr. Chen has been engaged in communication and information technology industry for 20 years, having extensive experience in market expansion, project management, supply chain management, service operations management and multinational team management. He has served in Nortel Networks, Barco, Lenovo and overseas companies for many years. He also has profound understanding on industrial big data and internet.
10:30 DWP Market Update
——Christian Chavassieu, Celco
Christian Chavassieu has over 20 years' experience in the cellulose Industry. He is currently a managing partner at CelCo, a consulting company mainly focused on the Dissolving Wood Pulp Industry. He previously held positions with Sateri as sales and marketing Director, with Buckeye Technologies Inc. as senior vice president of the Wood pulp division and with Chavassieu & Cie SA, a pulp and paper trading company based in France as its President. Also worked for Apple computer and Schlumberger in various finance executive positions. Christian holds a bachelor degree in marketing from Institut Supérieur de Gestion in Paris and a master degree in business administration from Columbia University in New York.
11:00 The outlook for market pulp
——Oliver Lansdell, Hawkins Wright
Oliver is an industry analyst and consultant with more than 15 years' experience in the international pulp and paper industry. He has been with Hawkins Wright since 2007, working as one of the editors of Pulpwatch, Hawkins Wright’s monthly newsletter, the co-author of the Outlook for Market Pulp service, and the principal author of the Outlook for Dissolving Pulp. Prior to joining the company, Oliver worked as an analyst with the Pulp and Paper Products Council (PPPC) in Montreal, Canada.
Oliver has lead multiple consultancy projects including feasibility studies for pulp mills in Latin America, Russia and South East Asia. He presents frequently at industry gatherings.
11:30 Safety in Production and Handling of Carbon Disulfide
——Theo van Hoek, Nouryon
Mr. Theo van Hoek, Project Manager within Nouryon’s (former AkzoNobel) Sulfur Derivatives Technology Group.
As a graduated Engineer in Chemistry he started his career with responsibilities in production and laboratory analysis of organic solvents. From 1983 on he has been involved in carbon disulfide at the (nowadays) Nouryon’s site at Cologne, Germany. Initially as the responsible Production Manager and after 1995 for all CS2 related issues regarding safety, production technology and support, customer service, transportation equipment and regulatory affairs. In his role as licensor he was responsible for the implemented technology, used standards and start-up of new CS2 production units in Asia: AkzoNobel (now Indo Bharat Rayon), Indonesia in 1999; UPL, India in 2013 and APR - Sateri, Indonesia in 2018

Join In

13th China Hangzhou Cellulose Fiber (Viscose) Industry Forum (2019)
*Requirement for accommodation Twin-bed Room:580 yuan/day
Executive single room:800 yuan/day
※Please fax the confirmation letter to viscose industry forum committee before May 13, 2019 (Please confirm by telephone to avoid being missed). At least two business cards of every delegate should be prepared for registration.

Sponsorship

13th China Hangzhou Cellulose Fiber (Viscose) Industry Forum hosted by www.ccfgroup.com, www.ccf.com.cn and www.tteb.com will be held at New Century Grand Hotel Hangzhou during May 21-23, 2019.
The conference will be supported by the commercial sponsors, providing a platform for the enterprises to communicate with each other. Please considerate the sponsorship proposal according to your own. (The number-limited items will be determined by the receiving order of the confirmation letters.)
Expiry date: May 13, 2019

Tea break

★  One colored page in the conference presentations

★  5-minute promotion video will be displayed in conference hall before the conference

★ Two KT boards in tea break area

No vacancy

Only one company

Negotiating room

★  One negotiating room of the hotel

★  Conference fee of two domestic participants will be waived

★  Two roll up banners

2,880 USD/session

Three companies

Fruit sponsorship

★  A card briefing sponsor's info in guest room (method can be negotiable)

2,900 USD

Only one company

Promotion video

★  5-minute video displayed before the conference

No vacancy

Three companies

Information desk A

★ One table, two chairs and one large-scale printing (width: 4m; height: 3m)

No vacancy

Limited

Information desk B

★ One table, two chairs and two roll up banners

1,740 USD

Three companies

Large-scale printing

★ Background of registration desk

★ width: 4m; height: 2.8m

No vacancy

Only one company

★ Background of information desk

★ width: 3.6m; height: 2.5m

No vacancy

Only one company

★ Large-scale printing on golden porch

★ width: 3m; height: 2.4m

2,180 USD

Eight companies

 

Conference presentations

A4 color printed

★ Cover

No vacancy

 

216×291mm

300dpi

★ Inside front cover

No vacancy

★ Inside back cover

No vacancy

★ Back cover

No vacancy

★ Prime page 1

No vacancy

★ Other inside pages

1,000 USD

★ Page footer (within 25 Chinese characters like company name, telephone number and advertisement)

1,450 USD

 Only one company

“China Chemical Fiber Weekly ” special issue

★ Inside colored pages

600 USD/page

Simultaneous to the conference

Mineral water/mineral water tag promotion

★ One tap on each bottle of mineral water in the conference hall

No vacancy

 35mm*35mm (only one company)

Backside of representative badge

★  Company name, logo, telephone number and advertisement

★  within 25 Chinese characters

No vacancy

Only one company

Representative badge belt

★   printed with company name and logo

★  Provided by the corporation

No vacancy

Only one company

Directory of the conference
page footer

★  Company name, telephone number or advertisement

★  within 25 Chinese characters

No vacancy

Only one company

Materials or gifts

★ One copy of handout or gift in the bag

★  provided by the sponsor 

No vacancy

Three companies

Roll-up Banner

★ Inside or outside the conference hall

★ size: 0.8m*2m

730 USD/pair

Limited

Material bag

★ Material bag will be provided by the sponsor who can put one copy of handout in it

No vacancy

Only one company

WeChat

★ Hyperlinks banner ads after publicity release (size: 600*400) (official account: 华瑞资讯CCF)

★ Advertorial for twice during conference promotion (not headline)

600 USD

Two companies

Sponsorship Confirmation
Design requirement Own design  Commission design
Contact: Sue Su; Tel: 0086-571-8378 6653; Fax: 0086-571-8378 6600; Email: sht@ccfgroup.com

Contacts

Zhejiang Huarui Information Consulting Co., Ltd. (www.ccfgroup.com
·Address: 26-27/F, Building 1, Huarui Center, No. 66 Jianshe 1st Road Xiaoshan District,Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
·Contact: Shine Hua
Phone: +86-571-83786599
·Fax: +86-571-83786600
·E-mail: market@ccfgroup.com
hs@ccfgroup.com

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