Plastpol held in Poland with 142 participants
From 6 to 8 October Targi Kielce offered an abundance of the latest technologies in plastics and rubber processing and converting. One hundred forty-seven companies from 12 countries marked their presence at this year’s PLASTPOL.
Although the exhibition was slightly less impressive than those in previous years, the event still fulfilled its essential function. Plastpol proved to be an effective business platform – the exhibitors have confirmed that the project was justified and in great demand: – We are here first and foremost to show that the company is alive in these difficult times and not afraid to exhibit its products. Targi Kielce seems to have done everything to protect us epidemiology-wise the surveys, decontamination gates area available. The expo centre has done everything in its power. We are to showcase here because I think that without face-to-face business meetings, every industry will perish. There is no chance for other sectors to survive without meetings.
The BioPlastics zone was a novelty of the 24th International Fair of Plastics and Rubber Processing PLASTPOL which featured biodegradable, compostable and bio-based products. The expo stand zone attracted the participants’ attention because of its wide range of products complemented with consulting, research and certification services. Raw materials, components, additives for bioplastics processing, machines and devices dedicated to the bioplastics sector, media, associations and industry organisations also marked their presence in this zone.
The knowledge-packed meetings were a strong accent of the PLASTPOL; the Polish Union of Plastics Converters together with PlasticsEurope Polska organised producers, processors and recyclers meeting in online version.
The PLASTECH – INFO Technical Seminar was also a part of the show, the seminar held on the second day of the trade show, i.e 7 October – this year’s event’s the motto, and the main focus is “PLASTICS AS ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN LIFE FRIENDLY MATERIALS”. The seminar thematic scope mainly referred to the unfair negative image of plastics. The session objective was to pay attention to the fully responsible and rational use possibilities in the context of existing environmental requirements. Conscious resource management through the appropriate materials, technologies selection and process optimisation, is one of the highlights of the seminar.
One hundred forty-seven companies from 12 countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Ukraine and Italy) participated in this year edition of PLASTPOL.
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