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Cover issue 01/2019 (Jan/Feb)zoom

Issue 02/19 (Mar/Apr):

The new issue is finished and should be on your desk by now or very soon. The highlights are Thermoforming/Rigid packaging and Building & Construction.In the Basics section we have an update on Biobased Packaging.  

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The next issue 03/19 (May/Jun) will highlight Injection Moulding and Toys. The Basics section we'll cover Mircroplastics. 
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The deadline for issue 03/2019 is May 3, 2019.


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:: current issue ::

The current issue is No. 03/2019 (May/June)

  • Injection Moulding
  • Toys
  • BASICS: Microplastics

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  • Arkema selects Singapore as new Rilsan production site

    Arkema selects Singapore as new Rilsan production site [24-05-19]

    Earlier this month, Arkema announced the location of its planned new world-scale plant for the production of the monomer of PA11 - 11-Aminoundecanoic acid, derived from castor oil - and its Rilsan polyamide 11 resins. [more]

  • Buried in biocomposite

    Buried in biocomposite [23-05-19]

    Fredahl Rydéns, the largest supplier of funeral products in the Nordic countries has launched a burial coffin made from a biocomposite called OrganoComp. Using only 50% of the amount of raw material normally needed, the weight of the ‘Saga’ coffin is half the weight - 20kg instead of 40kg – of a traditional coffin.  [more]

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  • Bioplastics: Basics, Applications, Markets

    Bioplastics: Basics, Applications, Markets

    Petroleum is not an inexhaustible resource, and it is becoming ever more expensive. Burning of petroleum products (including plastics) has an impact on climate change. Bioplastics can offer an alternative in this regard. Bioplastics are on the one hand biobased plastics and on the other hand may well be biodegradable plastics ... [more]

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