Production Technical Seminar

The Production-Technical (P-T) Seminar is RPTA's annual premier educational program for members. The Seminar focuses on issues that affect the ability of the recycled paperboard manufacturers to meet the growing demands of the marketplace, including fiber supply and reliability, energy efficiency, production efficiency, maintenance and reliability, and emerging issues.

Information members learn through the P-T Seminars will help companies make the highest quality recycled paperboard while reducing costs and environmental impacts.

RPTA's Production Technical Seminar is held annually at PaperCon - TAPPI's annual paper convention - and is open to both RPTA members and non-members who attend PaperCon.

2018 Production-Technical Seminar
The 2018 Production Technical Seminar will be held April 16-17 in Charlotte, North Carolina.. To view the RPTA sessions click here.

Registration is now open. To register for the RPTA seminar or the entire PaperCon program click here.

For travel and hotel information, click here.

To view the entire PaperCon program, click here.

 

Links to past Seminar Programs are below:

Copies of the PowerPoint presentations are available to members. Please contact the RPTA office for copies.


LATEST NEWS

RPTA Certifies Member Mills After Rigorous Auditing Process
The RPTA announced today that it has completed a rigorous, two-year auditing process by NSF of RPTA member mills, assuring brand owners that products produced by certified RPTA member companies are suited for direct food contact packaging applications. For more information, click here.

2018 Industry Profile Study
The 2018 Physical Properties Benchmarking (Profile) study was completed and distributed in September. Members can log in to the members only area to view a copy of the report.

UPCOMING EVENTS

RPTA's 2019 Production Technical Seminar
Planning for the 2019 RPTA Production-Technical Seminar is currently underway. The seminar will be co-located with TAPPI's PaperCon May 6-7, 2019 in Indianapolis, IN.
More information will be available in January.