Greenful Group, a European-based company focussed on the development of circular building products based on recycled textiles, plastics and other waste, has partnered with Nordson on a project aimed at the production of circular construction panels from waste.
A collaboration between Gneuss and Colines has resulted in the development of special, cast & blown film extrusion technology for handling recycled material.
Quite a lot has been happening in the world of extrusion, especially with K 2022 looming. Here’s a brief look at some of the news so far.
In this latest Way2K interview conducted by the VDMA in the lead-up to the K trade show 2022, Ulrich Reifenhäuser, CSO of Reifenhäuser Group talks about the need for a plastics industry that is fit for the demands of the future.
At this year’s K trade fair in Düsseldorf, the booth of extrusion expert battenfeld-cincinnati will reflect the main topics of the show’s major themes: circular economy, digitalisation and climate protection, with a focus on the latter, said CEO Gerold Schley.
In this latest Way2K interview conducted by the VDMA in the lead-up to the K trade show 2022, Dr. Simon Bard, Product Manager Extrusion at Hans Weber Maschinenfabrik GmbH explains how extrusion technology is helping to advance sustainability.
The Rehau Group will sell its business in Russia to the local management and will withdraw completely from the country.
Classen, a German manufacturer of synthetic flooring, has recently invested in new extrusion equipment including a Multi-Touch roll stack from battenfeld-cincinnati.
In the lead-up to K 2022, the German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association, VDMA has been conducting a series of interviews with leading businesspersons in the industry, under the title Way2K.
Responding to the demand for more sustainable and eco-friendly materials, Bausano, an Italy-based manufacturer of custom extrusion lines, is now offering extrusion lines that are specifically configured for processing plastic waste and natural-fibre composites, the company says.
Teknor Apex has added a new Arvitec co-extrusion line at their application development laboratory in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany.
As more and more compounders and processors are exploring alternatives to fossil-based virgin materials, machinery companies are sitting up and taking notice.
As what is part of the largest investment programmes in KraussMaffei’s history, KraussMaffei Group is building a completely new plant plus a modern extrusion R&D centre in Laatzen, on the outskirts of Hannover, where it is merging all corporate extrusion operations at a single location.