Papermakers' Night 2022
June 14 - 16, 2022 | Hyvinkää, Finland
Hear about brand owners’ thoughts and results from our customers’ recent investment projects. Experience Valmet’s pilot facilities virtually and see how the latest papermaking innovations really work. Meet your colleagues around the world and share your experiences in the midnight sun settings in Finland.
Papermakers’ Night starts with a get-together reception on June 14, and continues with a seminar and virtual piloting day climaxing with a special dinner on June 15. On June 16, you will have the opportunity to experience the latest Industrial Internet solutions and virtual mills as well as discuss more about the future development of paper and board industry.
The event is by invitation only.
Dress code for the whole event is business casual.
This is absolutely the best event in the papermaking industry. I really hope that you will continue this tradition."
It is definitely the right way to integrate us, the paper producing industry, as early as possible into new developments."
The event was perfectly organized and in a nice atmosphere. It was nice to meet old and new colleagues of the industry and discuss with the research experts from Valmet. All pilot trials were professionally prepared and were very impressive and informative for me."
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Compliance With Anti-Trust Legislation
Valmet is firmly committed to compliance with all applicable anti-trust laws and practices in the organization of its events. All customer events and meetings follow a formal, pre-approved agenda. We meet to foster the exchange of information in the paper industry and associated businesses by promoting networking opportunities among the attendees. However, discussing any a) matters relating or incidental to competition between our attendees or b) practices that may restrain, impair or harmonize trade and/or conduct with third parties is not permitted. These prohibited subjects include, but are not necessarily limited to: prices (whether sales or purchase), allocating territories, boycotts, or any other issues that may be construed as anti-competitive (such as, by way of example only, premiums, sale terms, territories, production).
Each attendees are encouraged to familiarize with the applicable anti-trust rules in advance and to follow the specific guidance provided to them by their respective organization. The above is primarily intended as reminder of relevant restrictions provided by applicable anti-trust legislation and may not be exhaustive. Each attendee is however responsible for their own conduct, acts and omissions and general compliance with anti-trust legislation.