Rockwell's best kept secret...

You can't find it on Rockwell's website, you can't find it on Google, but I'm attending and speaking at the second annual PPUG-- Rockwell's Pulp and Paper User Group, in Green Bay WI. We're meeting at Lambeau Field, which is amazingly quiet in the off season, heh heh.

There are about 100 attendees, from ROK's pulp and paper user companies, the local ROK distributor, and some ROK staff.

Doug Burns, the Sustainability Lead at ROK, is first up, today, replacing Lee Tschanz, who was called into an unscheduled meeting in Milwaukee this morning.

Then, Mark Phiscator from SCA Tissue and Tom Orella from Voith will talk about the SCA/Voith Paper Machine Rebuild. They'll give an update and discuss the implementation of Integrated Architecture in a paper machine environment.

Doug Freeman from NewPage will talk about sustainability, and then I will talk about sustainability. I'm hoping that after Doug Burns, Mark Phiscator, Tom Orella and Doug Freeman talk, I will still have something fresh to say.

More later...