Finally, trade shows are back. After more than one and a half years without events and personal interactions, the anticipation of face-to-face trade shows is palpable.
Acquisition of the two Spanish recycling companies Suminco S.A. and Replacal S.L.
“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.
At K 2019, the Erema Group will be showcasing its full range of products and services for the plastics recycling process more comprehensively than ever before.
Industry leaders share knowledge on solutions for tackling plastic waste and conference guests see Tomra’s recycling technologies in action.
Each year the European PET value chain meets in Brussels for the annual Petcore Europe Conference.
BASF is breaking new ground in plastic waste recycling with its ChemCycling project. Chemical recycling provides an innovative way to reutilize plastic waste that is currently not recycled, such as mixed or uncleaned plastics.
Sabic has today announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with UK-based Plastic Energy Ltd. for the supply of feedstock to support Sabic's petrochemical operations in Europe.
Next Generation Group continues to grow in technology for plastic recycling - Ingka Group invests.
117 representatives from the international plastics industry gathered together at Next Generation Recyclingmaschinen in Feldkirchen an der Donau to experience live the new Liquid State Polycondensation (LSP) method of PET recycling.
Alpla, the Austrian packaging solutions specialist, and Fromm (Switzerland) have agreed on a collaboration in relation to PET recycling, as per Alpla's press release.
More than 1.000 guests invited by Erema made their way to Ansfelden, Austria, for the Discovery Days 2018 from 27 to 29 June. Well-known companies from the plastics sector, such as Borealis, Engel, Greiner, Haidlmair and Henkel gave participants an insight into their view of working with plastics in a sustainable way.