Event

Bioplastics Business Breakfast K'2019

Bioplastics Business Breakfast K'2019

Location

Düsseldorf, Germany
Messe Düsseldorf

Events

Thu, 17.10.2019 - Sun, 20.10.2019

Details

K'2019, the World's biggest trade show on plastics and rubber is over.

And certainly bioplastics again played an important role at this mega-event.
That is why we organised for the fourth time the Bioplastics Business Breakfasts (B³) on October 17, 18, 19, 20,  2019 in the Congress Center on the fairgrounds of Messe Düsseldorf (CCD Ost). 

The four individiual "mini"-conferences were be held on each of the three days from 8:00 am to 12:30 am.

17.10.: Bioplastics in Packaging
18.10.: PLA, an innovative Bioplastic
19.10.: Bioplastics in Durable Applications
20.10.: PHA, opportunities and challenges

Programme

17 Oct. 2019: Bioplastics in Packaging

8:05-8:25 Harald Kaeb, narocon Biobased Plastic Packaging in Europe - Update & Outlook
8:25-8:45 Caroli Buitenhuis, Green Serendipity Future of biobased packaging
8:45-9:05 Patrick Gerritsen, Bio4Pack Biobased plastics and recycling
9:05-9:25 Tim Wagler, Braskem Green PE, the biobased drop-in solution for the circular economy
9:25-9:35
Q&A
9:35-9:55 Francois de Bie, Total Corbion PLA The inauguration of our first 75.000 ton/year PLA production plant
9:55-10:15 Viviana Conti, NatureWorks Latest developments (t.b.c.)
10:15-10:35 Jorge Garcia Perez, Lactips A competitive and 100% biobased technology
10:35-10:45
Q&A
10:45-11:05
Coffe & Networking Break
11:05-11:25 Daniel Borenstein, Anellotech Making 100% biobased PET a reality
11:25-11:45 Daniel Ganz, Sukano All you need to know to successfully run PBS
11:45-12:05 Neil Dewar, Mold-Masters Critical Bio-Resin Processing Insights for Packaging
12:05-12:25 Sam Deconinck, OWS Some of the challenges compostable packaging faces today

18 Oct. 2019: PLA, an innovative Bioplastic

8:05-8:25 Mark Vergauwen, NatureWorks Applying Circular Economy principles with INGEO
8:25-8:45 Hugo Vuurens, Total Corbion PLA Luminy PLA in new applications and innovation in PLA end of life solutions.
8:45-9:05 Caine Folkes-Miller, Floreon PLA preconceptions and realities; an outsiders view
9:05-9:25 José Ángel Ramos, ADBioplastics Advanced biomaterials for packaging applications
9:25-9:35
Q&A
9:35-9:55 Clémentine Arnault & Sophie Macedo, Carbiolice Evanesto, new enzymated technology making PLA fully compostable
9:55-10:15 Thomas Unger, Leistritz (cancelled, due to illness) Direct extrusion and Compounding of Biopolymers
10:15-10:35 Patrick Zimmermann, FKuR PLA ompounds moving away from compostability
10:35-10:45
Q&A
10:45-11:05
Coffe & Networking Break
11:05-11:25 Daniel Ganz, Sukano Advances in PLA modification via additives masterbatches
11:25-11:45 Karsten Schulz, Omya Omya Smartfill® - Performance and regulatory aspects of calcium carbonate in PLA
11:45-12:05 Luis Roca, AIMPLAS Tailor made PLA by Reactive extrusion for packaging applications
12:05-12:25 Michael Carus, nova Institute The role of PLA in the Bio-based Economy

19 Oct. 2019: Bioplastics in durable applications

8:05-8:25 Salvador Ortega, NatureWorks Forging ahead with PLA in industrial applications
8:25-8:45 Alejandra de Noren, Neste Circular drop-in solutions for polymers and chemical applications
8:45-9:05 Richard Lambert, Braskem I’m greenTM, the biobased drop-in solution for durable applications
9:05-9:25 Silvana Maione, GCR Group BioGranic: Compostable filler solutions for flexible and rigid applications
9:25-9:35
Q&A
9:35-9:55 Uwe Michael Jakobs, Arkema Polyamide 11 durable by nature
9:55-10:15 Stephane Wohlgemuth, DSM EcoPaXX: a drop in for when PA66 reaches its limits
10:15-10:35 Dirk Schawaller, Tecnaro ARBOFORM®, ARBOBLEND® and ARBOFILL®: biobased alternatives in durable applications
10:35-10:45
Q&A
10:45-11:05
Coffe & Networking Break
11:05-11:25 Patrick Zimmermann, FKuR Terralene® & Terraprene®-Compounds, biobased and recyclable
11:25-11:45 Serge Gugelmann, Ricone From engineering to technical application - successful development of a bio-based technical product
11:45-12:05 Thomas Köppl, Hexpol TPE How to meet growing demand for soft, safe and sustainable plastics
12:05-12:25 Asta Partanen, nova-Institute Biocomposites - a great alternative

As a novelty, based on the great success of the first PHA platform World Congress 2018, we have added a fourth day to the programme. This new PHA-day was co-organized by GO!PHA, the Global Organization for PHA.

20 Oct. 2019: PHA, opportunities and challenges

8:05-8:25 Jan Ravenstijn, Jan Ravenstijn Consulting State-of-the-art of the PHA-platform industrialization
8:25-8:45 Pieter Willot, deSter PHA for FMCG’s: challenges between raw material and the consumer market.
8:45-9:05 Anindya Mukherjee, i2i Consulting PHA’s cost equivalency to conventional plastics – A new value chain
9:05-9:20 Q&A
9:20-9:40 Daniel Pohludka, Nafigate PHB in cosmetic products
9:40-10:00 Fabiana Fantinel, Sabio Materials Applications and application developments with PHA-polymers
09:50-10:20 Silvia Kliem, Institut für Kunststofftechnik, Universität Stuttgart Impact Modification of PHB by the Building of a Block Copolymer
10:20-10:35 Q&A
10:35-10:55 Coffee & Networking Break
10:55-11:15 Lara Dammer, nova Institute EU Circular Economy and Plastics Strategy
11:15-11:35 Remy Jongboom, Biotec PHA compound applications (t.b.c.)
11:35-11:55 Jan Ravenstijn, GO!PHA Status of the GO!PHA Organization
11:55-12:15 Lara Dammer, nova Institute Natural polymers and PHA in EU legislation

Missed it?

You can buy a CD with all presentations for just EUR 149 (+ VAT where applicable, + 5 EUR shipping). Or buy a download-link for EUR 120 (+ VAT where applicable, no shipping of course)

Interested? Just contact mt@bioplasticsmagazine.com

Video-clip of the second Bioplastics Business Breakfast (2013)

 

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