GLOBAL TRENDS IN PLASTICS PROCESSING

Date: 2015.05.21 ~ 2015.05.23

Venue: China Import & Export Fair Complex

Booth: TBC

City: Guangzhou, China


China’s plastics processing and recycling industry is set to ride several global megatrends in 2015. With the country being the largest producer and consumer of plastic and rubber products across the world, its domestic plastics industry is demanding more sophisticated technologies, precision equipment and high-performance materials as it matures.

 

CHINAPLAS 2015 (May 20-23, Guangzhou), reputed as the largest plastics and rubber trade fair in Asia and second more influential exhibition in the world, seeks to anticipate and address the needs of industry players. Themed ‘Greenovation – Solution to Sustainability’, CHINAPLAS 2015 will feature 15 themed zones including new ones like Industrial Automation which focuses on technology for fully automated production lines, and Composite & High-Performance Materials for high-technology industries like aerospace, new energy, marine and medical. 

 

The annual tradeshow, known in full as the 29th International Exhibition on Plastics and Rubber Industries, expects to attract some 120,000 visitors this year. And Jebsen Industrial, with its family of world-leading principals in this field, plans to participate in CHINAPLAS 2015 with a suite of advanced solutions for the plastics industry. The Jebsen Industrial delegation will comprise industry leaders such as:

 

Jebsen Industrial goes green with CHINAPLAS 2015

 

NGR (Next Generation Recycling machines GmbH) from Austria is an award-winning brand that offers a full suite of solutions to help companies reprocess their thermoplastic production waste in a cost-optimal and sustainable manner. Its recycling lines promise a short payback period, more efficient business performance and reduced overall environmental impact.  

 

Neue-Herbold is a German engineering company that specialises in size reduction technology.

 

Neue-Herbold is a German engineering company that specialises in size reduction technology. Its granulators are used around the world to help reduce and prepare plastic waste from production and plastic waste collection points. To deliver this cost and process efficiency to Chinese companies, Jebsen Industrial partners Neue-Herbold to offer localised consultancy, training and customer support services.

 

SOFTAL is the world’s corona discharge technology leader. The German company has over half a century of experience in designing and manufacturing specialised equipment for the treatment of plastic, paper and metal surfaces. It has over 250 corona treaters installed worldwide and continues to pursue technological innovation at its in-house R&D facility.

 

Afs is the leading brand in surface treatment systems.

 

AFS is the leading brand in surface treatment systems, equipping the world with a range of plasma activation equipment, corona stations and perforating equipment for packaging. It is credited for developing the first microprocessor-controlled corona generator in 1987. Its undisputed engineering expertise comes from a German heritage, where it is still headquartered.

 

Kreyenborg )/"> Kreyenborg from Germany is a leader in extrusion and polymerisation technology, supplying components and systems for the global plastics and recycling industry. Its technology leadership and industry know-how, accumulated for over 50 years, is showcased in a complete range of extrusion machines, filtration systems, pumps, valves and infrared drying equipment that has received the world’s approval.  

 

To find out how Jebsen Industrial can help you succeed in Greater China, or for more information on any of the brands participating in CHINAPLAS 2015, please contact us here


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