Interview with Estera Jamrozek, MAS Austria Area Sales Manager.
We, too, are joining this fantastic initiative, which is why "Plast Echo", the magazine of the plastics industry, is taking part in the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity for the first time!
The beginnings of the rubber industry in Poland were in the first half of the 19th century
From 2018, the market was characterised by low prices and cheap import. We had survived the first wave of the epidemic, the demand suddenly started. However, polymer deliveries were delayed due to a lack of containers. All this generated an actual shortage.
The plastics industry is one of the main branches of the economy in Poland. The Polish plastics industry employs more than 220,000 people and total production in Poland has exceeded €25 billion (more than 6% of the value of the domestic industry).
Investment in the waste management sector in Poland remains stable. Investments are mainly in energy from waste. But Poland is slowly catching up in recycling.
With AM now an established production technology for certain applications, there are barriers to mass adoption that are being addressed, including the need for in-process and post-process metrology technologies that can validate the quality and accuracy of the parts produced.
On February 24, Russian soldiers invaded a neighbouring country, Ukraine. By doing so, Russia is breaking the post-war peace that was established in Europe for past 70 years.
Nadine Despineux, Vice President Digital and Service Solutions at KraussMaffei, in interview with Plast Echo, talked about the opportunities and solutions available to make use of the advantages of Industry 4.0.
Interview with Dr. Stefan Engleder, CEO of Engel Group
Interview with Ton Emans, CEO of Plastics Recyclers Europe
Interview with Thomas Dohse, project director of interpack and Thomas Franken, project manager of the K Show