Last updated: 10.07.2019
  

Editor's Comments

Dear PowerPlant Chemistry readers:

Step by step we have been getting our new webpage ready. After first launching the new company site (www.ppchem.com), we have now launched the new platform for booking our events. All events which we are organizing in 2020 will be managed through this new platform. The final step of the transformation will be the new webpage of the journal. It will be available for the 20-year anniversary, which will be celebrated with the July/August 2019 issue. With the new webpage we will be able to offer a new way of subscribing to our digital journal (E-paper and online access) as well; we will keep you updated and will inform all of our subscribers as soon as the final form of the webpage is ready.

There will likely still be some unanswered questions even after you have read all the information about the changes in the publishing house; please don't hesitate to contact me directly by e-mail or phone to get the answers to your open questions – I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

PPCHEM AG is currently planning several events which will take place later this year; please take a look at the events calendar on the opposite page and visit the webpage (https://www.ppchem.com/conferences/) to find up-to-date information about all of the events we are organizing.

The first half of the year 2019 is history – time to look back and prepare for the second half. We have faced difficulties this year in publishing the first three issues on schedule with our editorial calendar. Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay and any inconvenience it may have caused.

This issue is the last issue in the well-known layout and design. In the next issue we will present our journal with a fresh design, ready to serve you for another 20 years. I'm looking forward to showing you the results of our efforts to come up with something new yet still familiar.

But before this it's time to take at least a few days off work to spend time with your family and friends. Our editorial team will do the same – getting our heads free of work and reloading our batteries, to be ready for the second half of the year.

Tapio Werder
Editor in Chief
PowerPlant Chemistry® Journal

  
  
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