2014.02 ACCE

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Lanxess to produce first bio-based EPDM rubber in the world

Lanxess to produce first bio-based EPDM rubber in the world Lanxess is strengthening its commitment to produce premium synthetic rubbers from bio-based raw materials.

Zip-Pak at interpack 2011

Zip-Pak at interpack 2011 Zip-Pak, the global leader in brand-enhancing resealable packaging, introduces Zip360 to the international market at interpack 2011.

Avery Dennison will introduce four new labeling innovations at interpack

Avery Dennison will introduce four new labeling innovations at interpack Avery Dennison will introduce four new labeling innovations that enable brand managers and packaging designers to increase product functionality, differentiate their brands and improve shelf appeal at Interpack 2011, May 12-18, in Düsseldorf, Germany.

SABIC launches Extem UH

SABIC launches Extem UH SABIC Innovative Plastics’ newest Extem UH resin meets hottest trends for higher continuous use temperatures and greater design freedom.

SPF films conference showcases materials and technology premieres, debates sustainability issues

SPF films conference showcases materials and technology premieres, debates sustainability issues Numerous new high performance polymers came under the spotlight at the SPF 2010 plastics films conference that took place in Dusseldorf in late October. They included latest metallocene-catalyzed polyethylenes from ExxonMobil and Ineos, high-stiffness terpolymers from Borealis, extensions to DuPont’s ionomer resin family and tie-layer resins based on new technology for multilayer films from LyondellBasell.

Husky to launch first all-electric machines at K

Husky to launch first all-electric machines at K At the upcoming K 2010 show, Husky Injection Molding Systems will introduce all-electric injection moulding machines aimed at PET preforms and medical moulding – the first ones from a company that had long eschewed all-electrics, instead favouring hydraulic and hybrid technology.

Borealis launched BorLite

Borealis launched BorLite Borealis, the Austria-based provider of chemical and innovative plastics solutions, has launched its BorLite linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) range claiming to give flexible packaging converters a unique opportunity to gain a further competitive edge in efficiency, environmental and product performance.

An example of unusual carbon fibre use

An example of unusual carbon fibre use Italian designer uses high berformance materials for ... a toilet

Fujitsu introduces Bio-Keyboard

Fujitsu introduces Bio-Keyboard Fujitsu introduces a world first - an injection moulded keyboard made from renewable materials. This newly developed eco-keyboard KBPC PX ECO has been launched under the label "Green IT" with Biograde resin from FKuR being used for some of the component parts.

Novamont launches 2nd generation Mater Bi

Novamont launches 2nd generation Mater Bi Novamont launches 2nd generation Mater Bi: sharp improvement in environmental performance and increase in the use of renewable materials.