Potentiality of Natural Fiber Plants and Leading-edge Technology in Thailand

  • (Mini Exhibition)
  • When: 14 August - 2 September 2007 | 10:30-21:00
  • Where: Material ConneXion® Bangkok

The enlightened trend for the world pollution and environment resulted to form the rigidly environmental measures in any national organisations.

The enlightened trend for the world pollution and environment resulted to form the rigidly environmental measures in any national organisations. From this awakening, the industrial manufactures such as automobile part, package and container, construction industries have great effort to develop their framework and target for product manufacturing by using much more materials made from natural fiber plants.

In our country, the forest plantations are mainly utilised by the wood and bio-fiber industrial group for producing the primary materials such as pulp and paper, wood composite and wood-substituted material. The bio-fiber industry is considered to be the key for developing our economy. In addition to plantation, the abundant agricultural wastes are also used by the minor bio-fiber industrial group. Lot of diverse natural fiber from plantation or agricultural waste are considered to be high promising raw material for any industries in Thailand. However the clear framework for development of science and technology for using natural fiber whether from wood plantation or from agricultural waste resources still be needed in order to optimise their use. And most of all it should satisfy the consumer demand both in national and international market.

“Potentiality of Natural Fiber Plants and Leading-edge Technology in Thailand” features emerging knowledge and technology on natural fiber plants and agricultural wastes, e.g. Royal Forest Department ‘s research on wood composite and wood-substituted materials made from various natural fiber plants, Thai researchers and designers’ development in manufacturing technology using local materials such as pineapple leaf fiber, bamboo fiber, oil palm fiber and herbs. On the whole, the exhibition will encourage you to develop green materials for green products with locally innovative technology.

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