Aims and Scope
The only international trade journal focused on the pine and pulp chemicals industry, which includes products based on rosin, terpenes, tall oil, and related materials. This industry, historically referred to as "naval stores" because of the ancient practice of using pine tar and pitch to seal the hulls of wooden ships, serves a wide variety of modern end uses.
An annual subscription includes six bi-monthly issues plus the International Yearbook, an annual publication which presents statistical information on production and trade of forest chemicals. Worldwide circulation extends throughout companies and individuals involved in all aspects of the forest chemicals value chain, from raw material sources to initial processing to upgraded derivatives to ultimate end use applications.
Readers have access to industry news, company announcements, management topics, technology briefs, international commerce, people happenings, regulatory affairs, and other features of interest to anyone engaged in this industry. The aim of the journal is to:
- disseminate original, scientific, theoretical or applied research in the field of pine and pulp chemicals industry.
- dispense a platform for publishing results and research with a strong empirical component.
- aqueduct the significant gap between research and practice by promoting the publication of original, novel, industry-relevant research.
- seek original and unpublished research papers based on theoretical or experimental works for the publication globally.
- publish original, theoretical and practical advances in Crude pine gum harvesting; Gum rosin and turpentine processing; Tall oil and turpentine recovery from pulp mills; Tall oil fractionation into rosin and fatty acids; Upgrading rosin, terpenes, and fatty acids into useful performance-enhancing ingredients; International trade of forest chemicals; Markets served, including adhesives and sealants, flavors and fragrances, inks and coatings, papermaking, rubber and plastics, chewing gum, soaps and detergents, and many others.
- impart a platform for publishing results and research with a strong empirical component.
- create a bridge for significant gap between research and practice by promoting the publication of original, novel, industry-relevant research.
- solicit original and unpublished research papers, based on theoretical or experimental works.
Forest Chemicals Review covers all topics of all engineering branches. Some of them are Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Telecommunication, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Textile Engineering and all interdisciplinary streams of Engineering Sciences.