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FuBio Products from Dissolved Cellulose
“Industry view”
FiBiC Seminar 20.11.2013 Hanasaari
Kalle Ekman

November 26, 2013
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Outline
• Need of new products/Pre-Competitive joint research
• Value of networking
• Infrastructure & education
• (New) P...
Stora Enso Transition

Presenter name

November 26, 2013

3
Value of networking

Presenter name

November 26, 2013

4
Infrastructure & Education

Hummel 11.3.2013 26, 2013
November
Presenter name

5
Cellulose as raw material

H Sixta 24.4.2013
Presenter name

November 26, 2013

6
Dissolving pulp

Enocell pulp mill produces also dissolving pulp
from birch wood with a capacity of
150.000 tonnes per yea...
(New) Products from (Dissolved) Cellulose?

H Sixta 24.4.2013
Presenter name

November 26, 2013

8
Industry needs radical innovation?

Rainer Feurer, Kazem Chaharbaghi, (1995) "Performance
measurement in strategic change"...
WP5: Market assessments and
techno-economic modelling

Market opportunities
Technical and economic
opportunities
Close coo...
Value chain evaluation
Cumulative added value of
selected value chain

Value creation of selected value
chain

Jaakko Pöyr...
Summary
• FuBio Programs have promoted R&D co-operation in
Finland
• Radical improvements/new products and production
tech...
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  1. 1. FuBio Products from Dissolved Cellulose “Industry view” FiBiC Seminar 20.11.2013 Hanasaari Kalle Ekman November 26, 2013 1
  2. 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. 3. Stora Enso Transition Presenter name November 26, 2013 3
  4. 4. Value of networking Presenter name November 26, 2013 4
  5. 5. Infrastructure & Education Hummel 11.3.2013 26, 2013 November Presenter name 5
  6. 6. Cellulose as raw material H Sixta 24.4.2013 Presenter name November 26, 2013 6
  7. 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. 8. (New) Products from (Dissolved) Cellulose? H Sixta 24.4.2013 Presenter name November 26, 2013 8
  9. 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. 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. 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. 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
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