August 2nd, 2012
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WEEKLY NEWS UPDATE
WWW.PAPTAC.CA
PAPTAC Launches New Technical On-line Forums

  PAPTAC is pleased to announce the launch of 5 on-line technical forums. These forums are part of the benefits of participating in the PAPTAC Technical Communities and have been added to the 5 new TC Websites that were launched recently.

Members of the Energy, Maintenance, Paper Machine Technology, Paperboard Packaging and Process Control Communities now have the opportunity to ask specific questions and post/answer topics addressing challenges and opportunities related to their operations and field of expertise by connecting to the forum with their username and password.

As PAPTAC develops Microsites for its other communities in the coming months, forums for these communities will also become available. Members who have not yet joined a Community are welcomed to visit the microsites and register as part of their member benefits.

Be sure to have a look at the forums and start exchanging new ideas and opinions!

Paper Machine Technology Community Fall Meeting in Windsor, QC



Steve Goldstein
Norampac Mississauga , Chairman of
the PMTC
The Paper Machine Technology Community is planning a Fall meeting on October 23-24 at the Domtar Mill in Windsor, QC.

Preliminary plans are to include 1 1/2 day course on Energy Savings in Papermaking, followed by a visit of the Windsor mill and the new CelluForce NCC plant, and conclude with a business meeting of the Paper Machine Technology Community.

Further information will be sent shortly. We look forward to you participation!

Click here to access the PMTC microsite
 

Atlantic Branch Student Subsidy



Ross Griffin,
Minas Basin Pulp
and Power Company,
PAPTAC Atlantic Chairman
PAPTAC is pleased to support the Atlantic Branch Student Bursary.

The $1000 annual bursary is applicable to students who are registered for full-time studies during the 2012-2013 academic year and who have completed one or more work terms with PAPTAC Member Mills or Affiliates.

Applications will need to include a cover letter stating the student's interest in the Pulp and Paper Industry in Atlantic Canada; a resume outlining the educational background, work experience, and community involvement; and a copy of unofficial transcripts. The deadline for applications is October 31st 2012

Click here to access the application
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