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ABTCP: Internationale Krise beeinflusst den Papier- und Zellstoffmarkt, doch Brasilien investiert weiterhin in Innovationen
Date:10/25/2012

SAO PAULO, 25. Oktober 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Die brasilianischen Zellstoff- und Papierexporte fielen aufgrund der internationalen Wirtschaftskrise in diesem Jahr. Obwohl erwartet wird, dass die Marktflaute weiter anhalten wird, investiert die brasilianische Zellstoff- und Papierbranche weiterhin in die Forschung und Entwicklung von neuen forstbasierten Produkten und deren Nutzung, wodurch zukünftige Krisen des Zellstoffmarkts weniger Einfluss haben werden.

Dies war eine der Schlussfolgerungen der Führungskräfte der Zellstoff- und Papierunternehmen während der Veranstaltung ABTCP 2012 – 45th Pulp and Paper International Congress & Exhibition, welche vom 9. bis 11. Oktober in Sao Paulo von ABTCP (brasilianische technische Vereinigung der Zellstoff- und Papierindustrie) in Zusammenarbeit mit Tecnicelpa (portugiesische Vereinigung der Techniker der Zellstoff- und Papierindustrie) und mit Riadicyp (iberoamerikanische Vereinigung der Lehre und Forschung im Bereich Zellstoff und Papier) durchgeführt wurde.

„Es wird erwartet, dass die brasilianische Zellstoffproduktion im Jahr 2012 auf 12 Millionen Tonnen und die Papierproduktion auf 8 Millionen Tonnen sinken wird", bestätigte Carlos Farinha e Silva, Berater von ABTCP und VP von Poyry.

Laut Elizabeth Carvalhaes, Präsidentin von Bracelpa (brasilianische Vereinigung für Zellstoff- und Papierindustrie), arbeiten die großen Produzenten in diesem Kontext bereits daran, ihr Angebot an Forstprodukten auszuweiten. „Die Investitionen in Höhe von 22 Milliarden $ im Vergleich zu von der Branche geschätzten 24 Milliarden $ ist nicht allein für das Angebot von Zellstoff gedacht, sondern für alle Nutzungen von Holz", hob sie hervor.

Der Präsident von ABTCP, Lairton Leonardi, merkte an, dass die Branche ihre Vision für die Zukunft auf Studien über Bioraffinerie und deren vielf
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