As a medium-d German machine construction business, BB Engineering has been manufacturing components and systems for synthetic fiber and film produc-tion for more than 20 years.
The amount of packaging waste being produced is unsustainable, and Europe is very serious about achieving its circular economy objectives, says Maja Desgrées du Loû, Policy Officer, Packaging & Packaging Waste Directive, European Commission.
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
The countdown is on. On Tuesday, June 22, the Engel live e-symposium 2021 opens its virtual doors. Traditionally, the Engel symposium is more than an in-house exhibition, as Ute Panzer, Vice President Marketing and Communications with Engel, explains.
Away from use and throwing away, towards reusing, multiple use and passing on. Despite the steadily increasing amount of waste, we must manage to use our resources sensibly and sustainably.
The goal is to enable to increase production efficiency and transparency and to produce plastic products as reliably as possible and with high quality.
Following the introduction of the new generation Autosort within Tomra Recycling’s Symphony of all Sorts campaign, the company now gives more insight into its engineering advancements made to its Flying Beam technology.
In the face of COVID-19 pandemic real economy companies had to reorganize manufacturing processes in order to avert a sharp decline.
R&P Polyplastic Managing Partner Andrey Menshov summarized the results of Q1 in an interview to Russian plastic industry’s portal Plastinfo. The speaker also told about the company’s work in the face of the coronavirus epidemic and provided his forecasts for the year 2020.
“Circular Economy” is the motto of the K 2019 and the largest common denominator in the cooperation between Wittmann Battenfeld and Zeroplast. The bio-based natural material is not only recyclable, bio-compatible but is also said to fulfill all the wishes and requirements of industrial customers.
Michael Carus, CEO nova-Institute, in interview with editor Svenja Geerken, Bio-based News.