Among economies such as Germany or Portugal, Poland is a domineering European producer of tools for processing of plastics used in many sectors. None of these sectors could function without high quality tools.
Almost 400 Italian companies in the plastics and rubber sector registered for the upcoming edition of K, taking place in Düsseldorf on 19-26 October 2022.
European mechanical plastics recycling exceeded 8 million tonnes in 2021 despite feedstock insecurities caused by Covid-19 slowdown
Total packaging industry deals for February 2020 worth $823.28m were announced globally, according to GlobalData’s deals database.
ELIX Polymers, a manufacturer of thermoplastic materials and located at Polígono Sur in Tarragona, has published its Sustainability Report, which aims to provide its stakeholders with a clear understanding of the company’s commitment to transparency and information related to its activity during the 2017 tax year.
The Turkish plastics industry achieved a record-level growth during Q1 of 2018 despite all negative developments in global economy.
The European market for fibre-reinforced plastics/composites has been growing steadily for a number of years now.
Stronger political support needed to realise full potential of bio-based materials in Europe.
Manufacturers of construction equipment and building material machinery well prepared for end of boom
After six years of growth in a row, the German construction equipment and building material machinery industry expects to see an end to the construction boom in 2009.
Plastics and rubber machinery manufacturers in Europe: high expectations for production in 2008 - downturn in 2009
Euphoric mood in the exhibition halls, full order books and the outlook for excellent post-fair business - the two number one trade fairs, wire, International Wire and Cable Trade Fair, and Tube, International Tube Trade Fair, ended on a high note today.
Just a few weeks before the International Tube and Pipe Trade Fair, Tube 2008, in Düsseldorf, another sector is reporting successful developments. In addition to the steel industry, which is currently posting one positive result after another, the German plastic tube industry is charting a course for significant growth. As Dr. Elmar Löckenhoff, Managing Director of the Kunststoffrohrverband e.V. (Plastic Tube Association), states in the preface of the KRV business report 2007, the German plastic tube industry is also benefiting from globalisation. - This is shown specifically by the opening of the Eastern European markets - he admits.