TAPPI is a registered not-for-profit, international Non-Governmental Organization of about 14,000 member engineers, scientists, managers, academics and others involved in the areas of pulp, and paper. In addition to pulp and paper, the TAPPI membership includes some allied areas of packaging (such as corrugated fiberboard, flexible packaging, lamination, adhesives, coatings and extrusion).

It was founded in 1915 as the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry.

TAPPI provides a forum for the professionals involved in the industry. It publishes articles, standards, and books, conducts events for peer-reviewed information relevant to the industry and offers scholarships.

Peer-reviewed journals published by TAPPI include:

  • Journal of Pulp and Paper Science
  • TAPPI Journal
  • The Journal of Engineered Fibers and Fabrics

The TAPPI website serves as a focal point for the members’ access to knowledge and networks. TAPPI also serves as a major contributor to world standards involving paper and is a member of ANSI (American National Standards Institute)

Other articles related to "tappi":

Seikan Tunnel Tappi Shakō Line
... The Seikan Tunnel Tappi Shakō Line (青函トンネル竜飛斜坑線, Seikan Tonneru Tappi Shakō-sen?, "Seikan Tunnel Tappi Inclined Tunnel Line") is a Japanese funicular line in Sotogahama ... The line descends from the museum near Cape Tappi (竜飛崎?) into an underground station on the Seikan Tunnel, which is the longest railway tunnel in the world ... Tappi-Kaitei Station, the JR station in the tunnel, was installed for fast evacuation ...
Miki Higashino - Discography
... Alien Wars (1992) – with Masanori Adachi and Tappi Iwase Premier Soccer (1993) Mōryō Senki MADARA 2 (1993) – with Masanori Adachi and Tappi Iwase Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters (Mega Drive ...
Tappi-Kaitei Station
... Tappi-Kaitei Station (竜飛海底駅, Tappi-Kaitei-eki?) is a railway station in the Seikan Tunnel on the JR Hokkaido’s Kaikyo Line, under the Tsugaru ...
Tappi Tíkarrass - Featuring and Appearances On Film
... Tappi Tíkarrass appeared on Rokk í Reykjavík, a TV documentary directed by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson ... Tappi Tíkarrass was one of the 19 bands featured in the film and collaborated with two songs “Hrollur” and “Dúkkulísur”, both of them sung ... The film was shot in the Westman Islands and Tappi Tíkarrass played on stage two songs “Sperglar” and “Kukl” (better known as “Seiður”), under the supervision of Megas ...