“The wide scope of new applications for polyurethane holds enormous growth potential for the PU industry”, explains Ulika Tosner, Exhibition Director of PSE Europe, on behalf of the organisers, Mack Brooks Exhibitions. “PSE Europe plays an important role as a platform to establish new business contacts between the PU industry and experts from different industry sectors, who are seeking to integrate PU as a material in their production process. At PSE Europe, visitors can discover the various fields of application for PU and develop manufacturing solutions in direct exchange with suppliers.”
The international exhibitors at PSE Europe 2019 include suppliers and manufacturers from the PU industry, research institutes presenting the results of their latest projects, as well as the FSK, the German association for foam plastics and polyurethanes. An up-to-date exhibitor list is available on the exhibition website www.pse-europe.com.
The exhibition profile of PSE Europe includes raw materials and auxiliaries, PU products and materials, PU systems, machinery and equipment as well as industry-specific services. The event is aimed at trade visitors from all industries working in the PU processing sector. Experts who have already integrated PU in their production process will find inspiration and technical know-how, and production specialists considering PU as an alternative material for the first time will discover ideas and solutions for the use of PU.
A forum offering a broad seminar programme and accompanying networking opportunities gives experts the chance to exchange views with industry professionals. The seminars provide practical knowledge on the use and processing of PU by showcasing case studies on innovative applications for many industries.
The second edition of PSE Europe particularly focusses on the topics “Innovative PU applications” and “Sustainability”. A new special exhibition area is dedicated to bio-based polyurethanes and recycling systems.
According to the latest forecast, the global polyurethane market will grow continuously until 2025. In the EU alone, two million tons of polyurethane are produced each year and more than 240,000 companies operate in the fields of production and processing of PU and PU products, 85% of which are small and medium-sized companies (Source: ISOPA).