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Cover issue 05/2019 (ep/Oct)zoom

Issue 05/19 (Sep/Oct):

The new issue is finished and currently being printed. It will be mailed soon. The highlights are Fibres/Textiles/Nonwovens and Barrier Materials. Don't miss our comprehensive K-Show preview  

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The next issue 06/19 (Nov/Dec) will highlight Films/Flexibles/Bags and Consumer & office electronics. In the Basics section we'll discuss Multilayer-Films. 
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The deadline for issue 06/2019 is Nov 1st, 2019.

bioplastics MAGAZINE is the only independent trade magazine worldwide dedicated to bioplastics (i.e. plastics made from renewable resources and/or biodegradable/ compostable plastics). The print magazine is being published 6 times a year. This website offers additional information.

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The current issue is No. 05/2019 (Sep/Oct)

  • Fibers / Textils / Nonwovens
  • Barrier Materials
  • K'2019 Show-Preview

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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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