Kristi Kobetich, Columbia Pulp’s Pulp Product Manager, is scheduled to present at the International Molded Fiber Association conference in Maryland on Thursday March 7th. The conference is being held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The subject of her breakout session is alternative fibers. Joe Gryngy, the founder of IMFA, will be the moderator for the session. The panel participants have relevant expertise in the area of non-wood fibers and the marketplace. Topics to be discussed: Input characteristics of non-wood fibers, performance characteristics of non-wood fibers, converting differences, and alternative fiber availability.
The IMFA seminar is an annual event dedicated to showcasing advancements in the industry, providing a platform for attendants to explore, capitalize and expand networking contacts with more than 120 delegates from more than 20 countries present.
The session is scheduled for 1 hour with a Q&A session.