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To extend the success story of PET bottles and their high recycling rate in Europe, Petcore Europe and PRE publish today the Design for Recycling Guidelines for PET trays "clear transparent to be recycled even in food applications".
Naberezhnye Chelny is the capital of machinery manufacturing of the Republic of Tatarstan. At a conference organized by R&P Polyplastic, the company not only presented the latest solutions for the auto industry but also discussed the fundamental trends of the industry.
More than 300 participants met at the two-day automotive conference trend.scaut 2018, which injection moulding machine manufacturer and systems expert Engel hosted in Shanghai at the end of October.
Erema North America's recent Discovery Day generated a great deal of interest. The Technical Center in Ipswich, Massachusetts, became the meeting point for well-known companies spanning all sectors of the plastics industry.
The next Fakuma show for the plastics processing industry is just around the corner, and materials supplier Elix Polymers is readying its offering.
During the business agenda of the Compounding World Exhibition in Essen Head of Research and Development of R&P Polyplastic Mikhail Katsevman presented a detailed report on the Russian market of polymer compound materials.
More than 1.000 guests invited by Erema made their way to Ansfelden, Austria, for the Discovery Days 2018 from 27 to 29 June. Well-known companies from the plastics sector, such as Borealis, Engel, Greiner, Haidlmair and Henkel gave participants an insight into their view of working with plastics in a sustainable way.
On 5 and 6 June 2018, around 200 PIM experts met at Arburg in Lossburg to attend the second international PIM conference.
On the 25th May in Milan, during EuPC’s General Assembly, Renato Zelcher, CEO of Crocco S.p.A., has been elected as the new EuPC President for the period 2018-2020.
PRS Europe 2018 featured over 100 exhibiting companies, heard more than 40 conference speakers giving informative and inspirational presentations and had a total footfall of more than 2,400 over two days, an increase of more than 1,000 compared to the launch event in 2017.
It is hard to imagine today how our food will be produced in just a few decades. More efficient, low carbon footprint, healthy, tasty and often grown around the corner. Let's take a look into the future.
The final programme of one of the biggest conferences in the European bioeconomy has been published and presents leading companies from Europe, the US and China. Companies can now apply for the innovation award “Bio-based Material of the Year 2018”