About the Event

The industrial timber sector has been retaking its rightful place in the global market with increasing exports of timber products. However, when the topic at hand is applied technology and wood processing and beneficiation, it is clear Brazil still has much to develop. In order to bring technology available in the national and global markets to help improve industrial operations in the national and global wood markets, Malinovski created ProWood – South American Conference on Wood Processing and Beneficiation Technologies. More than 100 participants were present at its first edition.

Schedule

7h45 - 8h30 Credentials
8h30 - 9h Drying quality control in the furniture for export production process Director of CPM Technical Support Juan Francisco Costa Paoli
9h - 9h30 How to prepare for the 4.0 industry Executive Director of Elevare Consultoria Cleyton Xavier Leite
9h30 - 10h Technology and innovation in timber drying President of STCP Ivan Tomaselli
10h - 10h30 DISCUSSION PANEL
10h30 - 11h BREAK
11h - 11h30 Treated Timber – Opportunities and Challenges in New Market Frontiers Director of FG4Mad – Consultoria Empresarial Flavio Geraldo
11h30 - 12h The potential of engineered timber in civil construction Director of Operations at Amata Patrick Reydams
12h - 12h30 The market and potential of glulam construction and material specifications for Eucalyptus and Pinus Technical coordinator of the Timber Nucleus Humberto Tufolo Neto
12h30 - 13h DISCUSSION PANEL

Speakers

Juan Francisco Costa Paoli Director of CPM Technical Support.
Cleyton Xavier Leite Executive Director of Elevare Consultoria.
Ivan Tomaselli President of STCP.
Flavio Geraldo Director of FG4Mad – Consultoria Empresarial.
Patrick Reydams Director of Operations at Amata.
Humberto Tufolo Neto Technical coordinator of the Timber Nucleus.

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