After six full days at K-show in Dusseldorf we are now preparing for our next exhibition. The fair coming up being the Plastic Free Waste World and The Greener Manufacturing show. Compared to the K-show that is the worlds leading plastic fair, the coming fair in Cologne has the green transition as a 100% focus. Meaning that we will be surrounded by likeminded people that like us working hard on reducing the use of fossil based plastics, eliminating the use of single used plastic or introducing more circular business models.
So if you plan to visit, you are most welcome to stop by at the Plastic Waste Free World, stand 2030 for a touch and feel of our innovation in wood fibre based plastics, the FibraQ compounds.
FibraQ compounds - With our innovation comes the possibility to use wood fibre based plastics for a large range of products and production methods. Choose between our standard grades or let our experts help to customise a material that fit your specific needs!
For Injection moulding, Extrusion, 3D printing or Thermoforming.
Co-exhibiting with us is SMH, the Stockholm material hub
SMH - Stockholm is globally renowned for its innovation capacity. With a flourishing start-up scene and a strong academic presence in the Stockholm Trio - SU, KTH and KI - the city is the perfect growing grounds for deep tech initiatives. SMH aims to unite the outstanding materials science excellence within the Stockholm Trio labs and create a display window to the innovative SME’s and start-ups in the city.
"The world’s largest event dedicated to discussing materials innovations, technologies and circular economy solutions to create a world FREE from waste plastic"
About the event
Plastic Waste Free World Europe cemented itself worldwide as the most talked-about and best-attended event focusing on eliminating plastic waste, after it attracted some of the biggest brands and most respected sustainability professionals globally during its first outing. This senior executive-level conference and exhibition honed in on the exploration of how international businesses from a wide variety of industries can reduce their use of fossil-fuel-based plastics, eliminate single-use plastics, design and create more sustainable bio-sourced products and packaging solutions, introduce more circular business models, and ultimately help contribute to improving the global plastic pollution crisis.
We are bringing together 130+ international speakers and over 500 delegates to debate and discuss the latest business models, strategies, materials innovations, future regulations, manufacturing technologies, bio-sourced solutions and the latest and next-generation technologies to help meet future plastic waste targets and create highly sustainable products accepted by rapidly evolving consumer demands.