Together with the Polish member of the Cypriot Synergy Horizon Group, KraussMaffei Extrusion GmbH, Laatzen, Germany, has now developed a process for producing a 100% bio-based reinforced thermoplastic: lignin-reinforced PLA.
TotalEnergies Corbion launches white paper about the recyclability of PLA bioplastic.
The Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute for Engineering of Polymer Materials and Dyes presents the technological line for filament extrusion and the technology to produce experimental hybrid materials intended for spatial printing using FDM
ABB has been awarded a major contract by NatureWorks, the world’s leading manufacturer of polylactic acid (PLA), to automate their new, greenfield plant in Thailand.
The 2nd Annual Bioplastics Innovation Forum is a result of the global efforts to reduce such plastic pollution and to reduce the greenhouse gases emitted in the production stage.
After one year without trade fairs, the companies of the Feddersen Group are finally looking forward to meeting their business partners in person again at Fakuma 2021. They will be coming up with a whole bouquet of new products and services to provide ideas and inspiration for new, future-oriented and sustainable applications.
Sukano, a global masterbatch specialist for PET, PLA and specialty resins, has been certified according to the Cotrep recyclability test protocol and will be featured in the Citeo positive list.
Environmentally friendly, bio-based plastics are a possible approach to using plastic in a more sustainable way. By definition, they must be biodegradable.
Amut machine working with Ingeo pla debut during Chinaplas
At Fakuma 2018, FKuR will be presenting its broad portfolio of bio-based thermoplastics for injection molding, thermoforming and extrusion, including the advanced injection molding grade Bio-Flex S 7514 as well as bio-based TPE and PP grades for a variety of applications.
At Fakuma 2018, FKuR Kunststoff GmbH will be presenting its broad portfolio of bio-based thermoplastics for injection molding, thermoforming and extrusion.
Bio-based multilayer transparent barrier films are now reality.