K 2022: Global plastics and rubber industries get their act together for climate protection, the circular economy and digitalisation.
At the start of the K year it becomes evident once again that the plastics and rubber experts all agree: K in Düsseldorf is the most relevant meeting point for the entire industry worldwide. Exhibitors from throughout the world come to Düsseldorf to demonstrate the operational excellence of the industry and actively chart the course for the future together with visitors. And this course clearly leads to climate protection, circular economy and digitalisation – and these are also the three declared guiding themes of K 2022.
The open exchange and dialogue on solutions-oriented innovations and sustainable developments across national borders and continents will also be in focus at this year’s K in Düsseldorf. It fulfils the ideal prerequisites for engaging in intense global networking and for jointly advancing projects. Because nowhere else is the plastics and rubber industry gathered in one place with such a high degree of internationality.
Suppliers from Europe, especially from Germany, Italy, Austria, Turkey, the Netherlands, Switzerland and France will be particularly well represented again this year, but also from the USA. At the same time, K clearly reflects the changes affecting the global market: the number and presentation areas of companies from Asia have remained at a constant high for several years now. We can expect impressive appearances, especially from China, Taiwan, India, South Korea and Japan.
The approximately 3,000 exhibitors from 61 countries will occupy Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre in its entirety. The exhibitor database of K 2022 is accessible at www.k-online.com/2410
Make sure to save the date: the Ticketshop for K 2022 opens in April 2022.
K was organised by Messe Düsseldorf for the first time in 1952 and has been held at 3-year intervals ever since. The latest K in 2019 registered 3,330 exhibitors from 63 countries on 177,000 m² net exhibition space and 224,116 trade visitors, of these 73% from abroad.