It’s no lie that we at Komax are obsessed with paper production. We’ve developed systems that streamline paper production and also make it more energy and cost efficient. With such dedication to the industry, it should come at no surprise that we were at Paper Week Canada from February 1-5.
Paper Week Canada, like any other trade shows, can be seen as a way to rub elbows with potential customers and sell our products to make money. Yes, ok, that is one perk about trade shows, but we also take a more constructive approach to these events.
We know that our products are great for papermaking and lead the industry standard, yet we are also very aware that there is always room for improvement. By attending tradeshows, we contribute our hard work and knowledge into the evolution of the industry and also get to learn new things as well.
Paper Week Canada is a place to share ideas and dreams for improving the paper industry as well as somewhere to meet customers. Its Energy Track is a symposium where future guidelines and benchmarks are set, something we at Komax want to strive for and go beyond as well.
Other conferences include all different views of the paper industry and there is focus on each step of the process. Why should this matter to us if we’ve already found a niche? Our mixers and heaters help to greatly increase the efficiency of paper production, but we don’t want to stop where we are and stand still.
By learning about all aspects of paper production, we can continue to improve the process and make it less environmentally taxing and more lucrative. Don’t get us wrong, we love to market our product and see our mixers in new places, but we also like to push the industry and ourselves to newer, more exciting limits.