The textile industry has a huge demand for renewable and sustainable fibers. The Cellulose Fibres Conference 2023 on March 8-9, 2022, in Cologne/Germany, will give deep insights into the promising future of cellulose fibres, which fits the current trends of circular economy, recycling and sustainable carbon cycles. Cellulose is the main component of plant cell walls and a natural polymer. Therefore, cellulose is bio-based and biodegradable, even in marine-environments, where its degrading does not cause any microplastic.
The Cellulose Fibres Conference (CFC), hosted by host nova-Institute, Hürth/Germany, will cover the entire value chain, from lignocellulose, chemical pulp, cellulose fibres such as rayon, viscose, modal or lyocell and new developments to a wide range of applications: Textiles of all kinds, nonwovens such as wet wipes as well as new areas such as composites, packaging or nanocellulose in the food industry.
The topics are:
By bringing together all relevant topics and experts, the event provides networking opportunities and a framework for new partnerships, ideas, approaches, and value chains. The conference will be accompanied by a trade exhibition.