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Kick-off to the BGS Irradiation Service Days

Kick-off to the BGS Irradiation Service Days

BGS Beta-Gamma-Service, specialised provider in the area of radiation crosslinking and radiation sterilization, is presenting a virtual trade fair this year for the first time.

SABIC debuts a novel bio-based LNP

SABIC debuts a novel bio-based LNP

SABIC today launched new bio-based LNP Thermocomp DC0041PE-7M1D145W compound, offering customers a new sustainable option for demanding applications in electrical/electronics, healthcare and other key industries.

Fanuc adds digital services to its service offering

Fanuc adds digital services to its service offering

Fanuc is adding the new digital service Fanuc Assisted Reality (FAR) to its service offering in Europe. With this, the company wants to support customers as fully as possible, even in times of travel restrictions and distance rules.

Smooth and nimble cutting through sheet metal

Smooth and nimble cutting through sheet metal

Craftsmen understand the importance of lightweight, powerful and accurate power tools. Tailor-made high-performance plastics are the material of choice for the production of these tools.

New report with 33 expert tips on circular IT management

New report with 33 expert tips on circular IT management

The new report from TCO Development, the organization behind the global leading sustainability certification for IT products TCO Certified, explains how everyone who buys and uses IT products can implement circular and more sustainable practices.

Plastics industry - long way to recovery

Plastics industry - long way to recovery

It was expected that the lifting of the restrictions would not bring an immediate recovery. Moreover, in some cases, the relaxation and lifting of stay at home restrictions has led to a reduction in demand and associated production.

Pragmatic solutions for fight against COVID-19

Pragmatic solutions for fight against COVID-19

In a recent roundtable, Nanofabrica invited interested parties to discuss ways in which its one-micron resolution additive manufacturing technology (with a 5 x 5 x 10 cm build volume) could be harnessed to create speedy, innovative devices to work against COVID 19.