Georgia World Congress Center - Atlanta, Georgia
AT TAPPI’s Centennial Celebration
Designed and peer-reviewed by professionals in our industry, PaperCon 2015 is “Honoring our Past, Inspiring our
Future” by bringing together CEOs, mill managers, superintendents, scientists, process engineers, suppliers and young
professionals to the largest pulp and paper technical and management program in world. New for this year: PaperCon
features a sold out exhibit floor, additional programing from TAPPI Divisions and special events centered around TAPPI’s
Centennial Celebration. Don’t stop learning after the conference! All attendees will have unlimited access to the new
PaperCon Online Learning Center to access conference proceedings and bonus content. Certain sessions offer the
opportunity to earn CEU credits.
Coating & Graphic Arts Keynote:
Afterburner: Flawless Execution SM
Sunday, April 19 – 4:00pm
Monday, April 20 – 8:30am
You’re fighting for market share. You’re
fighting to manage costs. You need a team
that works towards the same goals and can
execute a flawless mission from start to
finish. This motivational presentation, from
former military fighter pilots, will give you new
techniques for business execution and zero tolerance for errors.
How Did We Get Here and
Where Are We Going?
The Coating and Graphic Arts division kicks off the 2015
conference with a keynote presentation focused on how far
we’ve come and where we’re going. Industry experts Chuck
Klass and John van Leeuwen offer their perspectives on the
industry’s past, present and future.
Chuck Klass
Associates, Inc.
John van Leeuwen
EcoSynthetix Inc.
Bonus Programs: Part of TAPPI’s Centennial Celebration
Tissue360° Forum
April 20-22
Program Chair: Bryan Hayes, Siemens
A peer-reviewed program addressing practical and technical
techniques needed to design better products and operate tissue
mills more efficiently. Production leaders, process engineers
and R&D professionals should attend. Learn more
NETInc (Innovative Nonwovens Conference)
April 20-22
NET Division Chair: Uday Raval, Kimberly Clark
The only peer-reviewed technical conference developed by
engineers and technologists to help bridge the gap between
nonwovens science and commercial applications. Open to all
full PaperCon registrants, see more at
OpEx Reliability Workshop
April 21
Designed for mill maintenance and
reliability leaders who are interested in operator driven reliability, life
cycle analysis roll alignment tips and other topics.
More at
RPTA Production-Technical (PT) Seminar
April 20-21
Program Chair: Joanne Arnold, RPTA
RPTA’s premier annual educational program for members
focuses on issues that affect the ability of the recycled
paperboard manufacturers to meet the growing demands of
the marketplace. For a program overview, see page 6.
For full program details visit
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PIMA Executive Panel
Monday, April 20
Jim Hannan
CEO and President
David Scheible
Chairman and CEO
Graphic Packaging
John Panichella
CEO and President
Steven Voorhees
Tissue Market Overview
Session Chair: Ken Patrick, TAPPI
Market Trends, Industry Actions in
North American Tissue Soile Kilpe, Director, Poyry Management Consulting
North America
White Mountain Tissue: How Investment and
Innovation Saved the Day (and a Community)
Part I: The Legacy of a New Hampshire Paper
Mill: From Boom to Bust, and Back Again Dick Arnold, CEO/president,
Gorham Paper and Tissue
Part II: The Path to Success: The Right People,
Partnerships - and a Plan Warren Pullen, Executive Vice President, Central
Panel Discussion: Veteran Papermakers
Celebrate TAPPI’s 100th Anniversary
Hosted by Coldwater, Williams-Gray, Wells Enterprises
and Doug Sweet and Associates
Session Chairs and Moderators: Doug Sweet, Doug Sweet and
Associates and Philip Wells, Wells Enterprises, Inc.
D.D. Smith
Mead Coated Board
Harrison Watson
RockTenn Boyd Curtis
Omni Continental
Nicki Slusser
Jackson Paper
Enhance Your Learning with
TAPPI Courses at PaperCon!
Learn more about these at CEUs available. Additional fee
and registration required.
Advanced Printing • Saturday and Sunday, April 18-19
Tissue 201 Operations and Runnability • Wednesday-Friday, April 22-24
PID Analysis, Troubleshooting and Tuning Course • Thursday, April 23
New Technology Showcase
Learn about the newest products and services available on the market.
You’ll learn through a series of quick, eight-minute presentations during
Monday, April 20, 12:00 - 1:30pm
Coating and General Topics
Tuesday, April 21, 12:15 - 1:30pm
Foam Technology Seminar (NEW)
April 22
Program Chair: Erkki Hellen, VTT
• Adding Foam to Papermaking: Why and How?
• Foam Forming Opportunities with Forerunners
• Pumping Expertise for Foam Forming and Extra High Gas Content Suspension Applications
• Wet End, Inline Foam Generation with Flash Mixing Technology
• Foam Forming- Effect of Different Variables on Fibre Foam Characteristics
• Foam Forming for Nonwovens and Tissue
• 3D Foam Formed Products
• Formulation of a Pigmented Foam Aimed for Superhydrophobic Coatings
Impact of Pulp Mill Operations and Raw Materials Used in
Papermaking - presented by the Pulp Manufacturing Division
Topics Include:
Program Chair: Peter Hart, MWV
• Strength Variations (Causes, Troubleshooting the Pulp Mill vs Paper Mill)
• Carryover I: BL, Defoamers, Dirt, Shives etc. and Strategies to Minimize
• Carryover II: Anionic Trash & Effects on Wet End Chemistry
• Impact of Wood Species Upon Papermaking
• Advances in Eucalyptus Series
• Non Wood Species used in Papermaking
NETInc Flame Retardants Tutorial
Monday, April 20 – 3:30-5:00pm
Presented by Dr. Royal Broughton, Auburn University (CEUs available)
A general summary of conditions which initiate and sustain flammability will be
presented along with the typical principles that can be used to restrict flammability.
The Boxplant of the Future
Monday, April 20 – 3:30-5:00pm
This session will take a look at what the boxplant of the future might look
like in relation to three main categories – Corrugators, Converting and
Substrates. Teams from multiple companies were interviewed to get their
perspective on what might be possible in the next 45 years and these “pie
in the sky” predictions will be presented by an impartial speaker.
Hagemeyer Happy Hour
Tuesday April 21 3:30-5:00pm
Join the Coating Division’s annual networking event as they honor some of
the “legends in the coating industry”
Valmet Technology Seminar (by invitation only)
Monday, April 20, 6:30-8:30am
To keep you current on the latest Valmet Technology, don’t miss this free
breakfast seminar focusing on papermaking and coating technology.
Visit to register.
TAPPI’s Centennial Celebration
Co-Locates with PaperCon
TAPPI’s Centennial Celebration (April 18-25)
will bring loyal association members from around
the world and offers special programming provided by the following
TAPPI divisions:
Pulp Manufacturing • Nanotechnology • Young Professionals/Students
PLACE – Flexible Packaging • Corrugated • Process Control • Engineering
PIMA Management Program
Program Chair: Mike Farrell, Graphic Packaging
These sessions help you stay in tune with innovative management
practices and industry conditions through expert presentations
and panel discussions with mill managers, superintendents, and
respected industry analysts.
Monday, April 20
M1 - Centennial Celebration Opening Session/Keynote Address
(see page 2 for more information)
Session Chair: Matt Szymanski, Green Bay Packaging
M2 - Executive Panel Discussion
(see page 2 for more information)
Session Chair: Matt Szymanski, Green Bay Packaging
M3 - Recruitment and Retention of Young Engineers in the Pulp &
Paper Industry (YP)
Session Chair: John VanDerKolk, Kemira A panel of hiring professionals, mill leadership and young
professionals will discuss strategies to recruit the best young talent
and keep them challenged in today’s mill environment. M4 - Different Generation Gaps – Management & Relationships (YP)
Session Chair: John VanDerKolk, Kemira A panel of young mill professionals will describe the differences
between baby boomers, Gen X and Gen Y in terms of learning styles,
giving and receiving feedback and professional growth expectations.
Based on a Conference Board report: “Bridging the Gaps: How to
Transfer Knowledge in Today’s Multigenerational Workforce.”
Coating and Graphic Arts Program
Program Chair: Femi Kotoye, Trinseo
Sunday, April 19
C1 - Coating Program Opening Session and Keynote Address Conference Chair: Mark Sorenson, Andritz
(See Page 2 for more information)
Monday, April 20
C2 - Coating Best Papers Session Chair: Gregg Reed, Imerys
• “Tagging of Starch and Latex in Coatings”, Emilia Golebiowska, University of Maine
• “Roll to Roll Printed UV Light Activated and Pattered Oxygen Indicator for Modified Atmosphere Packages”, Jarkko Saarinen, Abo Akademi University
• “A Novel Silica Based Nano Pigment as a Titanium Dioxide Replacement”, Ryan Stoneburner, Albany International
C3 - Coating Innovations
Session Chair: Fadi Chakar, Appvion
• “Functional Thin Coatings for Paper and Board by Foam Coating”, Karita Kinnunen-Raudaskoski, VTT
• “Printed Liquid Driving Channels on Paper for Use is Microfluidic Diagnostics”, Roger Bollstrom, Omya International
• Past, Present, and Future Presentation by Committee: Fundamentals Al Osgood, Sappi; Operations Greg Welsch, Trinseo; Materials Manoj Dixit, Domtar; Printing Jim Niemiec, Verso Corporation
Tuesday, April 21
C4 - Board and Packaging Session Chair: Nancy Plowman, Nancy Plowman Associates • “Efficient Optimization of Formulations in Recycled Board 4
Tuesday, April 21
M5 - Resource Trends and their Impact on the Pulp & Paper Industry
Session Chair: Phil Jones, Imerys
An overview of global megatrends anticipated during the next twenty
years. The panel will discuss the impact on industry, including the
need for dramatic improvements in resource productivity.
M6 - Workforce Development Best Practices
Session Chair: Steve Farmer, Fisher Arnold Engineering Integration
M7 - Superintendents Roundtable
Organized by Couch Pit University
Session Chair: Jeff Levensailor, Domtar
M8 - Energy Strategies for Mills
Session Chair: Robert White, Pulmac
Learn ways to optimize your natural gas purchases and take
advantage of the DOE’s Superior Energy Performance Program.
Wednesday, April 22
M9- State of the Industry Session Chair: Mike Farrell, Graphic Packaging
Speakers: • Jon Rager, Senior Vice President, Analytics, RISI
• Tedd Powers, Senior Consultant, Fisher International
• Elizabeth de Carvalhaes, Executive President, Brazilian Tree Industry
M10 - Mill Managers Roundtable
Session Chair: Bill Kessinger, KapStone, Roanoke Rapids, NC
Leading mill managers share their insights at staying competitive
and keeping their facilities moving forward. Coatings Using K-M Theory and Statistical Mixture Design”,
Siva Devisetti, Thiele Kaolin • “Applying a Novel Interlays Construction Strategy to Address Coating Cracking at the Fold”, Catherine Ridgway, Omya International
• “Modifying Coated Woodfree Papers for Use as High Quality Board”, Johannes Kritzinger, Omya International
C5 – Barrier Coatings
Session Chair: Tim Bradley, Omya
• “Properties of Aqueous PHA Barrier Coatings for Paper & Paperboard Applications”, Michael Andrews, Metabolix
• “Scale Up Study of Ionomer PVOH Grease Barrier Coating Technology”, William Glick, Dupont
C6 – Coating Rheology & Structure Fundamentals Session Chair: Randy Branston, BASF
• “The Influence of Coating Rheology and Blade Geometry on
Blade Forces and Particle Alignment”, Lisa Weeks, University of Maine
• “Pressure Pulse Measurements for Coating and Printing of Webs”, Harrison Gates, University of Maine
• “Fast Evaluation of Spatial Coating Layer Formation Using UV Scanner Imaging”, Wolfgang Bauer, Graz University of Technology
C7 - Hagemeyer Happy Hour
Session Chairs: Al Osgood, Sappi; Steve Ottone, SNP
(See Page 3 for details)
Wednesday, April 22
C8 – Machine Operation and Calendering Roundtable Session Chair: Greg Welsch, Trinseo
• Adam Glowacki, GAW • Pete Schomin, Valmet C9 - The Future of Print
Session Chair: Jim Niemiec, Verso Corporation
• Clarence Penge, Heidelberg
Papermaking Program
This program offers three distinct tracks based on your interest: Back
to the Future in Papermaking (PM); Papermaking Additives’ Days of
Future Past (PA); and Process Control & Fluid Fundamentals (PF) Technical Program Committee Chair: Gary Nyman, International Paper Back to the Future in Papermaking (PM)
Manger Jeff Reese, International Paper Monday, April 20
PM1 - Back to the Future in Papermaking Keynote and Kick Off:
Three Generations of Perspective
Session Chair: Jeff Reese, International Paper
PM2 - The Changing Face of Pulp and Paper Education in
the United States Session Chair: Gary Scott, SUNY-ESF
Tuesday, April 21
PM3 - Panel Discussion: Veteran Papermakers Celebrate TAPPI’s
100th Anniversary
Hosted by Coldwater, Williams-Gray, Wells Enterprises and
Doug Sweet and Associates
Session Chairs: • Doug Sweet, Doug Sweet and Associates • Philip Wells, Wells Enterprises, Inc.
PM4 - Paper Machine Performance Evaluation Session Chair: Bob Kinstrey, Jacobs Engineering PM5/PF7 - The History and Future of QCS
Session Chair: Shih-Chin Chen, ABB Inc.
PM6 - Papermaking Roundtable
Session Chair: John Neun, Albany International Wednesday, April 22
PA5 - Productivity Enhancements Through Additives
Session Chair: Rosy Covarrubias, Buckman
PA6 - Increasing Filler Content
Session Chair: Phil Hoekstra, Buckman
Wednesday April 22 PA7 - Microbiological Control
Session Chair: Darren Swales, Kemira PA8 Fiber Based Additives Session Chair: Sean Ireland, Verso Paper Corporation
PA9 - New Developments
Session Chair: Scott Rosencrance, Kemira
Process Control & Fluid Fundamentals (PF)
Track Managers: Process Control, Kerry Figiel, International Paper;
Fluid Fundamentals, Paul Krochak, Innventia AB Monday, April 20
PF1 - Process Control Retrospective
Session Chair: Tim Betteridge, Metso
PF2 - The Past, Present and Future of CFD Papermaking
Session Chair: Jordan Mackenzie, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Tuesday April 21
PF3 - Future Papermaking Trends and Development Needs
Session Chair: Jay Shands, Paperchine Johnson Foils
PF4 - The Future of Board: Predictive Testing Through Process
Control / Joint Session with RPTA
Session Chair: Ian Journeaux, Verso Corporation
PM7 - Success Stories
Session Chair: Martti Tuomisto, RTS Alliance LLC
PM8 - Paper Machine Systems
Session Chair: Jon Kerr, Miami University
PM9 - Paper Mills of the Future
Session Chair: Ray Krumenacker, Ray Krumenacker and Associates, LLC
PF5 - How Machine Vision has Improved Papermaking - Past, Present & Future
Session Chair: Kari Hilden, Papertech Inc.
PF6 - Future Forming Concepts
Session Chair: Paul Krochak, Innventia
PM10 - Paper Machine Clothing Session Chair: John Xu, AstenJohnson
PM11 - Back to the Future in Papermaking Wrap Up
Session Chair: Jeff Reese, International Paper
PF8 - Applied Fluid Mechanics in Papermaking
Session Chair: Claes Holmquist, Paperchine PF9 - 100 Years of Process Control Discussion (YP)
Session Chair: David Moore, Sappi Fine Paper
Papermaking Additives: Days of Future Past (PA)
Wednesday April 22 Track Manager: Steve Boone, Bercen Inc. Monday, April 20
PA1 - Advances in Strength Additives Session Chair: Frank Sutman, Solenis
PA2 - Impact of Pulp Mill Operations Upon Papermaking: A Joint
Session with PEERS
Session Chair: Peter Hart, MWV Corporation
Tuesday, April 21
PA3 - Pulp Chemistry Innovations
Session Chair: Leslie McLain, Imerys
Chemistries for Ply-Bond Improvements - A Joint Session
with RPTA
Session Chair: Sandeep Kulkarni, Pepsi
PF7/PM5 - The History and Future of QCS
Session Chair: Shih-Chin Chen, ABB Inc.
PF10 - Advanced Stock Characterization
Session Chair: Jimmy Jong, FPInnovations
PF11 - Process Control for Tissue / Joint Session
Session Chair: Johan Backstrom, Honeywell
PF12 - New Developments in Wet End Technology
Session Chair: Daniel Soderberg, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
PF13 - QCS Maintenance and CD Control
Session Chair: David Maddux, Technology Service Professionals
PF14 - Machine Vision
Session Chair: Petri Karhula, Procemex
PF15- Process Control and Fluid Fundamentals Wrap-Up Session Chairs: Kerry Figiel, International Paper Paul Krochak, Innventia
RPTA Production-Technical (PT)
Seminar Program
Monday, April 20
Session 1: Advancements In Screening and Cleaning
for Recycled Furnishes
Session Moderator, Tim Hagenbuch, RockTenn
• Cost Saving Opportunities & Improvements in Cleaning,
May Fursey, Voith Paper
• Recent Screening And Cleaning Developments For Use On Occ / Mixed Waste Furnishes, Jamie Bergeron, Andritz
• Recent Improvements in Brown Fiber Recycling Systems: Combination cleaners and Slotted Drum Screens, Mike Lopane, Kadant Black Clawson
Session 2: Steam - It’s Not Just For Dryers Anymore
Session Moderator, Tim Hagenbuch, Rocktenn
• Uhle Box Optimization Technology, Thomas Morganstern, Paper Trade Associates
• Steam Use In The Manufacture Of Recycled Paperboard, Jeff Chaloux, Kadant Johnson Systems
• Heliojets, Jim Waterman, Heliojet – A Greystone Enterprises Company
Tuesday April 21
Session 3: Operational Strategies For Recycled Furnishes
Session Moderator – Chris Wetherford, Paperworks Industries
• Recycling Printed Electronics Waste, James Atkinson, WMU
• Best Practices For Brown Fiber Screening System Operations,
Chris McCarthy, Kadant Black Clawson
• Optimizing Recycle Paper Production Process Using Inline Sensors, Suvajit Das, Andritz
• Dry Defibration – A Waterless Preparation Process For Difficult To Recycle Paper Products, Thomas Schrinner, Dresden University Of Technology
Session 4: The Future of Board:
Predictive Testing Through Process Control
(A joint session with TAPPI’s Process Control Group)
Session Moderator, Ian Journeaux, Verso Corporation
• Real-Time Prediction of Paper Product Properties Utilizing Your Mill’s Historical Database and Predictive Mathematical Modeling Markku Mustonen, Conmark Systems Inc.
• Harvest Value From Your Data With Superior Analytics on Data Aggregated Across the Entire Value Chain, Paul Trelc, IP Leanware
• Real Time Efficiency: A Novel Approach to a Most Comprehensive Control of Paper Production,Christian Naydowski, Voith
Session 5: Chemistries For Plybond Improvement
(A joint session with TAPPI’s Process Additives Group)
Session Moderator - Sandeep Kulkarni, Pepsico
• Enzymatic Formulations For Improved Plybond
Dan Denowski - Buckman
• Peter Kritscher - Nalco
• Brad Fadden – Penford
Session 6: Advancements in Technology for
Cylinder Board Machines
Session Moderator – Chris Wetherford, Paperworks Industries
• Shock Pulse Monitoring An Alternative To Vibration Analysis For Condition Monitoring, Steve Walker, Condition & Energy Monitoring LLC
• Improving Performance of Cylinder Machines with Shower and Doctor Upgrades, Clay Arnold, James Ross
• Aquarius Armor – Xerium’s Dual Durometer Cover, Glen Harvey, Xerium Technologies
Tissue360° Forum Program
OpEx Reliability Workshop
Program Chair: Bryan Hayes, Siemens
Tuesday, April 21
Monday, April 20
T1 - Tissue Market Overview Session Chair: Ken Patrick, TAPPI
T2 - Process Equipment Innovations I
Session Chair: Steve Pearson, Wausau Paper
Tuesday April 21
T3 - Chemistry and Additives for Process Improvement
Session Chair: Fredric Pinard, Cascades
T4 - Process Equipment Innovations II
Session Chair: Bill Oliver, Clearwater Paper
T5 - Antimicrobial/Bioactive Products (Joint session with NETInc)
Session Chair: Gary Furman, Nalco, Maureen Nunn, Dow
T6 - Troubleshooting and Optimizing Drives and
Controls - Panel Discussion Session Chair: Brian Hayes, Siemens
Wednesday April 22
T7 - Process Control for Tissue Session Chair: Johan Backstrom, Honeywell
T8 - Yankee Doctor Blade Vibration Panel Discussion Moderator: Al Coons, Clearwater Paper
T9- Product Innovations Session Chair: Bruce Janda, Innovaspec
T10 - Tissue Structure and Analytical Tools
Session Chair: Ayse Alemdar, FPInnovations
Session Chair: Ayse Alemdar, FPINnovations T-11 Forum Wrap Up & Refreshments
OpEx 1: Improving Production Reliability
Session Chair: Ken Patrick, TAPPI
• “Manufacturing Excellence, What is it and How Can it be Achieved?” Christer Idhammar, CEO, IDCON
• “Presenting the Value of a Reliability Focus to Upper Management - Show Me the Money,” John Crowe, Ex-CEO, Buckeye Technologies
• “Reliability Team Find $ Million $ in Pulp Mill: Reviews the Activities to Take a Planned and Scheduled Facility Through PM/PdM Optimization and Beyond into the Precision State”, Pat Akins, Weyerhaeuser
• “Criticality Analyses and Spare Parts Management”, Michael Cote, Prosygma Canada
• “Lubrication Systems in Tissue Machines” Bjorn Rune, Valmet
OpEx 2: Reliability Strategies, Management, Technologies
Session Chair: Mike Pemberton, ITT Industrial Process
• “Root Cause Problem Elimination: The Process and Forensics
of Break Downs”, Tim Dunton, Reliability Solutions LLC, and Tor
Idhammar, IDCON
• “Inside Look at a Preferred Partner Program”, SKF
• “Maintenance Excellence – Prerequisite for Operational Excellence
in the Age of Big Data”, Tomas Jutbo, Voith
• “Maintenance Strategies for Motors, Pumps, Fans”, Bill Boyd, SKF
• “Case Studies From Pulp and Paper Industry: Applications of Low RPM Bearing Monitoring Reliable Down To 1 RPM”, Patrick Parvin, SPM Instruments NA
• “Precision Maintenance Craft Skills Training”, Tim Dunton,
Reliability Solutions LLC
• “Roll Maintenance and Modernization: A Methodology for
Optimizing Roll Run Times and Performance”, Greg VanHandel, Valmet
 PaperCon Spouse/Guest Program*
During the conference, spouses and guests can enjoy special programs and all that Atlanta
has to offer.
 PaperCon Classic Golf Tournament*
Sunday, April 19, 9:00am
Enjoy a day on the links at Atlanta’s north Fulton Golf Course while helping to support the PIMA
scholarship fund.
 PaperCon Alumni Soiree and Young Professionals Mixer
Sunday, April 19, 7:00 - 9:30pm
This year we combine the Alumni Soiree and the Young Professionals mixer. Meet and mingle
with former classmates, make new connections with other experienced industry professionals,
and meet the next generation of industry leaders.
 Centennial Celebration Gala*
Monday April 20, 7:00pm Reception; 8:00pm Dinner
Help us celebrate 100 years of achievement for TAPPI and its extraordinary volunteers. A festive
evening is planned that will surely be a once in a lifetime event.
 Hot Topics Breakfast
Tuesday, April 21, 6:45 - 8:00am
Join fellow conference attendees for a continental breakfast and stimulating discussion in a
roundtable format.
 Hagemeyer Happy Hour
Tuesday, April 21, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
TAPPI’s Coating Division hosts this annual event where you can mingle with colleagues while
discussing coating and printing hot topics.
 Awards Dinner*
Tuesday, April 21, 7:00 - 9:00pm
Reserve a table for your company or committee colleagues and enjoy a first class evening of
great food and recognition of the industry’s highest achievers of the year.
 11th Annual Runnability 5K Fun Run/1.5 Mile Walk*
Wednesday, April 22, 6:00 - 8:00am
Held annually, the Runnability Fun Run/Walk raises funds to provide scholarships for deserving
students in pulp and paper science and technology programs.
*Additional Fees and Registration Required
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Don’t miss your opportunity to visit with more than 150 companies and product experts.
Acquidata, Inc.
ADI Systems Inc.
Advance Industrial Refrigeration, Inc
Advanced Coil Technology
Aeration Industries International
Allied Reliability Group
Apollo Valves / Conbraco Ind.
Applied Technical Services, Inc.
Aries Chemical
Atlantic Packaging Corp.
Aurora Specialty Chemistries
Austin Industrial
Automatic Handling International, Inc.
BASF Corporation
Bekaert Corporation NCD
Bercen, Inc.
Bettaway Pallet Systems
Blankophor, Division of Indulor America LP
Bolle Safety
Bolzoni Auramo
Brunson Instrument Company
BTG Americas Inc.
Celanese Emulsion Polymers
Cellwood Machinery
ChemStation International, Inc.
Coatex Inc.
Conmark Systems Inc.
Connexus Industries, Inc.
Cooling Tower Depot
Core Link Inc
CP Kelco
CVN Vooner Paper Machinery
Deep South Industrial Services Inc.
Deublin Company
Doug Sweet & Associates, Inc
Dow Chemicals
DuBois Chemicals, Inc.
Early Construction Inc.
Econotech Services Ltd.
Emerson Process Management
Enerquin Air
Enzyme Innovation
Ethos Energy
Event Capture Systems Inc.
Feltest Equipment
Fulton Systems
GF Piping Systems
Hargrove Engineers + Constructors
Hemco Industries
Henkel Corporation
High Plains Milling
Hoist & Crane Service Group
Honeywell Process Solutions
IBS Paper Performance Group
Imerys Paper and Packaging
Industrial Psychologists, Inc.
Ingredion Incorporated
Innventia AB
IPS Testing / WIST
IVC Technologies
J. Rettenmaier USA LP
Jedson Engineering
Kadant Inc.
Kamin LLC
KCF Technologies
Kytola Instruments
M. L. Gatewood Co.
M/K Systems Inc.
MAN Diesel & Turbo North America Inc.
MEL Chemicals
Metso Automation
Metso ExperTune
MIOX Corporation
Miron Construction Co., Inc.
Monarch II Systems
Nalco Company
Nash, by Gardner Denver
Nickel Systems
North American Industrial Services
Oasis Alignment Services, Inc.
Omya Inc
OpTest Equipment Inc.
Orbital Energy Services
Panther Systems, Inc
Papertech Inc.
Performance Consulting Assoc. Inc.
Philadelphia Mixing Solutions, Ltd.
PMP Group
Polytec, Inc.
Probiotic Solutions
Process Barron
ProFlow Inc
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
Quattro Engineering + Design
RAJ Chemicals LTD.
RTS Alliance, LLC.
Ryeco Inc.
Schoen Insulation Services
Schreiber LLC
Schwing Bioset, Inc.
Sekisui Specialty Chemicals America, LLC
Seneca Steel Erectors Inc.
Shur Clean USA, LLC.
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Silvent North America
Sixin North America, Inc
SonicAire made by IES
SOS Service Inc.
Souhegan Wood Products, Inc.
Spooner Industries
Spraying Systems Co.
Strongarm Designs
Tank Engineering & Management
Technidyne Corporation
Testing Machines Inc.
The Way, Incorporated
Thiele Kaolin Co.
Thwing-Albert Instrument Company
University of Maine
Valley Roller Company Inc.
Vaughan Company, Inc.
Verder, Inc.
Voith Paper
Wacker Chemical Corp
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Wenrui Machinery (Shandong) Co. LTD.
Wetend Technologies Ltd
Wire Tech Inc.
Wolseley Industrial
(current as of Feb 28, 2015)