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Wittmann Battenfeld live at the Fakuma 2021

Wittmann Battenfeld live at the Fakuma 2021

Following a year of “Fakuma break”, the Wittmann Group is now looking forward to presenting itself again live on site in Friedrichshafen and showing its product highlights at booth 1204 in hall B1.


Fakuma 2021: future issues

Fakuma 2021: future issues

In addition to the digital transformation, shifting from a linear to a circular economy is also a key issue for the plastics processing industry. And this is why the 27th Fakuma international trade fair for plastics processing is generating special interest.


The smart toothpick made of LSR

The smart toothpick made of LSR

When something gets between your teeth, you need a toothpick. This handy implement is a valuable tool on such occasions. In addition, to avoid cavities, you should clean between your teeth regularly - ideally with as much comfort as possible.


Oben Group announced the acquisition of Poligal Group

Oben Group announced the acquisition of Poligal Group

Oben Group announced the acquisition of Poligal Group, effective February 25, 2021. This acquisition includes the BOPP and CPP production plants in Portugal and Poland, commercial offices in Germany and an extensive sales and distribution network throughout Europe.


The right film for every market

The right film for every market

As a branch of Akro-Plastic GmbH, BIO-FED is the specialist for innovative and application-oriented biocompounds. The product portfolio under the trade name M·Vera is constantly being expanded with new products.


Krones supports medical and charitable institutions

Krones supports medical and charitable institutions

The demand for disinfectants has currently reached unprecedented heights. Though adequate resupply is assured, many institutions are receiving this in large-size containers, which in practice are difficult to handle.


Slovakia bans single-use plastics

Slovakia bans single-use plastics

Slovakia banned single-use plastics as of 2021 on Wednesday, joining the European Union fight to reduce marine pollution. The new law will make it illegal to sell plastic plates, cups, cutlery, drink stirrers, straws and cotton buds.