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Focus on future packaging

Focus on future packaging

Bekum, machine builder and specialist for extrusion blow moulded packaging, will be at the exhibition Interpack, at booth B32 in hall 13 and inform about packaging trends and production innovations.


Historic machine investment at Polykemi in Sweden

Historic machine investment at Polykemi in Sweden

Although the business cycle was lower during the second half of 2019, Polykemi AB continues to deliver very positive results. A contributing factor is a new and highly efficient extruding line - the largest single machine investment so far.


Scanfill invests in a new production line

Scanfill invests in a new production line

Packaging company Scanfill AB continues to invest. Now with the help of a brand new foil extruder, giving the company even more opportunities to produce efficient and recyclable material.


The Erema Circonomic Centre is now open

The Erema Circonomic Centre is now open

Plastics recycling, the circular economy and successful examples of closed plastics cycles are the focus of attention at EREMA's Circonomic Centre, which opened today in outdoor area FG 09.1.


Amut Group at K Show

Amut Group at K Show

Amut Group will present in operation the brand-new ACS 2000 cast line for stretch film production. Most awaited is the Q-Catcher, the recent developed patented system.


Coperion and Coperion K-Tron at K 2019

Coperion and Coperion K-Tron at K 2019

In keeping with the motto “Making more out of your plastics”, Coperion and Coperion K-Tron will exhibit a variety of new and continuing developments of their technological solutions for plastics processing at K 2019 (16-23 October in Dusseldorf, Germany) at Booth B19 in Hall 14.


Hillenbrand to acquire Milacron Holdings Corp.

Hillenbrand to acquire Milacron Holdings Corp.

Hillenbrand, Inc. and Milacron Holdings Corp. announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Hillenbrand will acquire Milacron in transaction valued at approximately $2 billion.