Pulp and Paper Industry Dynamics and Priorities
The pulp and paper industry is a largely unsung hero in our tech-focused world. However, without the industry, e-commerce would shut down immediately due to a lack of packaging materials. Moreover, paper is a crucial material for tissues, towels, personal hygiene, and medical care products. And even in the age of digital-first communication, paper persists as an important mode of communication and is required for mail packages, product brochures, and specialty papers. As for pulp, it’s used for creating plywood, lumber materials, and high-quality papers. Needless to say, pulp and paper producers are here to stay, though the industry is currently in the midst of taking the next step in its evolution. Legacy technologies are being replaced with new, innovative solutions. There are myriad reasons why pulp and paper producers need to adopt these technologies. This post offers a solid understanding of the current dynamics surrounding the pulp and paper industry, notably pressing challenges and digitalization strategies.

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