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Company Overview of FPInnovations

Company Overview

FPInnovations operates as a not-for-profit forest research institute that serves the Canadian forest industry. The company conducts research programs in the areas of biomaterials; biorefinery and energy; market pulp; and paper, packaging, and consumer products. It also provides services in the areas of forest operations; pulp, paper, and bioproducts; wood products; environment and sustainability; and transportation. In addition, the company develops technologies to help companies in the forest industry, such as FPSuite, an integrated process control platform for forestry operations. FPInnovations was formerly known as Forintek Canada Corp. and changed its name to FPInnovations in April 2007....

570 St-Jean Boulevard

Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 3J9


Founded in 1979





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FPInnovations Key Developments

FP Innovations Presents at World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, May-12-2014

FP Innovations Presents at World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, May-12-2014 . Venue: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

FPInnovations and Kruger Inc. Join Forces to Build Leading-Edge Cellulose Filament Plant

FPInnovations and Kruger Inc. announced a joint project to implement the first five ton/day cellulose filament demonstration plant at Kruger's Trois-Rivières Paper Mill. This important research and innovation project represents investments totaling $43.1 million, including funding from Natural Resources Canada, through the Investments in Forest Industry Transformation (IFIT) Program, as well as a grant from the Québec Ministry of Natural Resources, a loan from Investissement Québec, a contribution from Kruger Inc. and funds from FPInnovations' pulp, paper and bioproducts industrial members. A highly innovative wood-fibre based biomaterial, cellulose filaments (CF) are expected to have an immediate impact on Canada's forest industry due to their capacity to be integrated into other materials and to their high strength, light weight and flexibility. CF will be used in a wide range of applications as a lightweight strengthening additive to produce lower cost commercial pulps, papers, packaging, tissues and towels. Looking to the future, CF may be combined with many materials to create high value products ranging from flexible packaging and films to structural and non-structural panels in building construction.

FPInnovations Presents at 10th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, Jun-18-2013 02:30 PM

FPInnovations Presents at 10th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, Jun-18-2013 02:30 PM. Venue: Palais des congrès de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Speakers: Thomas Browne.

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