New Cellulose Products and Process Technologies, Kalle Ekman

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FIBIC Seminar 20.11.2013

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  • 1. FuBio Products from Dissolved Cellulose “Industry view” FiBiC Seminar 20.11.2013 Hanasaari Kalle Ekman November 26, 2013 1
  • 2. Outline • Need of new products/Pre-Competitive joint research • Value of networking • Infrastructure & education • (New) Products from (Dissolved) Cellulose • Summary Presenter name November 26, 2013 2
  • 3. Stora Enso Transition Presenter name November 26, 2013 3
  • 4. Value of networking Presenter name November 26, 2013 4
  • 5. Infrastructure & Education Hummel 11.3.2013 26, 2013 November Presenter name 5
  • 6. Cellulose as raw material H Sixta 24.4.2013 Presenter name November 26, 2013 6
  • 7. Dissolving pulp Enocell pulp mill produces also dissolving pulp from birch wood with a capacity of 150.000 tonnes per year. The main end use for the dissolving pulp is found within textile industry
  • 8. (New) Products from (Dissolved) Cellulose? H Sixta 24.4.2013 Presenter name November 26, 2013 8
  • 9. Industry needs radical innovation? Rainer Feurer, Kazem Chaharbaghi, (1995) "Performance measurement in strategic change", Benchmarking for Quality Management & Technology, Vol. 2 Iss: 2, pp.64 83 Presenter name http://www.designdriveninnovation.com/book.html November 26, 2013 9
  • 10. WP5: Market assessments and techno-economic modelling Market opportunities Technical and economic opportunities Close cooperation between stakeholders in the project: an iterative process engaging researchers from industry and academia 1. Facilitate communication between researchers and decision making companies 2. Point out central R&D needs in FUBIO Cellulose program Partners of the work package include: GloCell, Kemira, Metsä Fibre, Pöyry Management Consulting, Stora Enso, Suominen Corp., UPM and VTT. FuBio Cellulose
  • 11. Value chain evaluation Cumulative added value of selected value chain Value creation of selected value chain Jaakko Pöyry Nov 2012 Presenter name November 26, 2013 11
  • 12. Summary • FuBio Programs have promoted R&D co-operation in Finland • Radical improvements/new products and production technology needed Presenter name November 26, 2013 12