ÖZEPA
Austrian Association of Pulp and Paper Chemists and Technicians

The association was founded in 1912 as the Austro-Hungarian Association of Pulp and Paper Chemists. Its primary goal is to promote scientific work for the pulp and paper industry. The cooperation and exchange of experience takes place in topic-specific committees and working groups.

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PRESIDENCY

Dipl.-Ing. Jörg
HARBRING

President ÖZEPA

AustroCel Hallein GmbH

Dipl.-HTL-Ing. Ernst
SPITZBART

Vice President ÖZEPA

UPM-Kymmene Austria GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Gottfried
JOHAM

Vice President ÖZEPA

Mondi Frantschach GmbH

FURTHER MEMBERS OF THE BOARD - ÖZEPA

Professor Dr. Wolfgang BAUER

Graz University of Technology

Dipl. Ing. Harm BERGMANN-KRAMER

Mondi Uncoated Fine & Kraft Paper GmbH

Dr. Manfred BRANDSTÄTTER

Wood Research Austria

Dipl.-Ing. Ernst BRUNBAUER

Lenzing Paper GmbH

Dipl. Ing. (FH) Michael COUTANDIN

School Association of the Austrian Paper Industry

Dipl. Ing. Roland FAIHS

delfortgroup AG

Andreas GREINER

SCA Hygiene Products GmbH

Dipl.Ing. Georg HAMMER

Mayr-Melnhof Karton GmbH

Managing Director Günter HOCHRATHNER

Nettingsdorfer Papierfabrik AG & Co KG

Ing. Josef KRENN

W. Hamburger GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Kurt MAIER

Heinzel Holding GmbH

GF Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Max OBERHUMER

Sappi Austria Produktions-GmbH & Co. KG

Dipl.-Ing. Andreas RAUSCHER

Pulp Pöls AG

Dipl.-Ing. Martin RUOPP

Mondi Neusiedler GmbH

Dipl.-Ing. Christian SKILICH

Lenzing AG

Dr. Thomas WELT

Laakirchen Paper AG

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Rolf YALDEZ

Lenzing AG

Dipl.-Ing. Enzo ZADRA

Norske Skog Bruck GmbH

Dr. Martin ZAHLBRUCKNER

delfortgroup AG

Prok. Franz ZEHETNER

Salzer Paper GmbH

ORGANISATION

 


Management Assistant Theresa BERNHART
+43 1 588 86 - 256
theresa.bernhart@austropapier.at

Auditor
Emil LIEBSCHER
Johann KONRAD, Mondi AG

club history

The association was founded in 1912 as the Austro-Hungarian Association of Pulp and Paper Chemists.
From 1930 to 1938 it formed the Austrian district group of the German Association of Pulp and Paper Chemists and Engineers. In the later years this group was merged into Zellcheming.
From 1948 to 1951 the association was a subgroup of the Austrian Association of Austrian Chemists.
In 1952 the new foundation took place.

Purpose of the association

  • Promotion of scientific work for the pulp and paper industry
  • Cooperation and exchange of experience in committees and working groups
  • Coordination and representation of interests abroad

At European level, the association is a member of
EUCEPA (European Liaison Committee for Pulp and Paper) in Paris.