The first of these is planned on the Pulp & Paper industry. Paper Tech 2005 is scheduled for Monday 11th July 2005 at Taj Krishna, Hyderabad. The forum will provide a common platform for information and knowledge sharing on the development and deployment of automation technologies across users, consultants and technology providers.
The event showcased the latest trends and global best practices across the paper industry, regardless of the size or scale of operation. Industry leaders shared their experiences of how automation technologies are playing a key role in their premier organizations and contributing to their success stories and future vision. The technical sessions were 'vendor neutral' and focussed on industry specific challenges like optimization, leveraging automation, quality control and energy efficiency.
Increasing Relevance of Automation in the Indian Paper Industry by Pradeep Dhobale, Chief Executive (Papers Division), ITC Ltd.
Market Overview - Indian Paper Sector by Kasi Vishwanathan, President (Operations), Seshasayee Paper & Boards Ltd
Tech Session 1 - Leveraging Automation by Ajay Kumar, Regional Director, Rockwell
Tech Session 2 - Optimization by Ashish Gaikwad, Honeywell
Tech Session 3 - Quality Control by Hakan Nytorp, ABB
Tech Session 4 - VFD by Chirag Shah, L&T
Benefits of Automation The JK experience by OP Goyal, Director, JK Paper
Case Study Benefits of Digester Automation by CN Sudarshan, Chief Manager, Seshasayee Paper & Boards
An OEM perspective by CS Panigrahi, CEO, Voith Ltd.
Case Study QCS experience by Victor Anandaraj, Manager, TNPL
Plenary Address – Leveraging automation for higher productivity and efficiency by RR Vederah, Joint MD, BILT