Even before the introduction of Swiss army knife, people had been fascinated by things they could use in many different ways to fulfil their various needs or fit different purposes.
Technologically advanced and multifunctional materials have become one of key factors of competitive advantage in many industries as they are a basis for development of products with high added value. Multifunctional cellulose-based materials (paper, cardboard, textiles) are proving to be even more attractive, because they are renewable, degradable and re-usable. Unique chemical and morphological characteristics of cellulose-based materials allow us to enrich them and transform them into products with utilisation rate that is above standard, for example: fire-, water- or microbe-resistant paper or cardboard, fire-resistant textiles, textiles wit repellent function. Simple cardboard box can become a smart package with added sensors containing information about the packaged product and its logistic path on the way to consumer, thus prolonging its shelf life.
DAYS OF SLOVENE PAPER INDUSTRY SUCESFULLY CONCLUDED
International meeting of Slovene paper Industry has sucesfully concluded on Thursday, 24th November 2016. This year was especially interesting, since...