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Event Overview

"PRIMA is one of the best conferences to network with peers from the industry"- Iggesund Paperboard


The PRIMA conference is more than just an event. Over the last 50 years, PRIMA has established a reputation as the go-to network hub for the entire fibre value chain – from forestry, minerals and chemicals companies through to pulp and paper makers, merchants, publishers, printers, packaging producers and consumers of paper and board products.

Alongside an award-winning programme, PRIMA provides the perfect environment for you to connect with senior decision makers and key players from across the industry and build on those all-important business relationships. 

Why attend?

As a delegate, you can expect a community of expert industry leaders, fellow peers and a carefully researched programme driven to facilitate better knowledge and mutual understanding of the industry.

In particular, you will take away up-to date industry news, the latest developments in the fibre network, in-depth background information and a clear understanding of future challenges and solutions within the agenda.

"An extremely well organised, insightful event with brilliant networking opportunities. A must-attend for anybody in the forest fibre and paper industry."- Two Sides

Who attends?

The PRIMA conference provides an unparalled forum for discussion, knowledge and inspiration for senior marketing, sales and strategic professionals of the pulp, paper and packaging industries.

Suppliers to the industry, merchants, converters, printers and publishers can also find a unique, comprehensive, knowledge platform for the forest products industries of Europe and other regions of the world.

PRIMA also attracts professionals representing other activities with a direct or indirect interest in the paper industry such as financial analysts, stock brokers, insurance companies, banks, trade press, transportation and more. 

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