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Welcome to the 6th Hawkins Wright Shanghai Symposium, 15th March 2018

Shanghai Pulp Week will take place from Sunday 11th – Friday 16th March, 2018. The Hawkins Wright Symposium will be held as in previous years in the Marriott City Centre Hotel, on Thursday 15th March.

Shanghai Pulp Week has quickly grown to become the main event in the market pulp calendar, bringing together leading pulp suppliers, consumers, traders, supply chain managers, and investors for a series of private and public meetings. Participants gain a first-hand understanding of the latest dynamics in the fast-moving China market, and have the opportunity to network with industry participants from all over the world. The week concludes with the Hawkins Wright Symposium which regularly attracts over 350 delegates, and a first class line-up of speakers.

The programme for the Symposium will be announced in late January. In the meantime, please contact tom.wright@hawkinswright or oliver.lansdell@hawkinswright.com with any questions or suggestions.

Speakers

Marcelo Castelli
Fibria

Marcelo Castelli is Fibria's CEO. He has 30 years' experience in the pulp & paper industry,...

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Han Ning
Drewry China

Han Ning heads Drewry China Office. She joined Drewry in 2011 and has worked in Drewry Singapore...

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Aida Greenbury
Sustainability Advisor

Aida Greenbury has more than 20 years of experience in sustainability and forestry management...

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Chen Long
Gavekal

Chen Long is the China economist at Gavekal Dragonomics. As a PBOC watcher, he writes...

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Bruce Easton
RMS

Bruce joined RMS in early 2008 and has more than 40 years of experience in the plantation forest...

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Guo Yongxin
China National Light Industry Information Center & CPICC

Mr Guo is in charge of establishing the Economic operation & monitoring early warning system...

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