Leading Security Document Event in Asia，Focusing on advanced technology in the following fields;- Currency，passports，TaxStamps，Drivers License, Certificates, Financial Bills, Securities, Invoices, Tickets, File and Brand Protection. All would be hold on 20-22 October Beijing.
Since K-show 2013, more than 100 sets of POLYSTAR’s cutter compactor recycling machine have been installed worldwide in 70 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East and Latin America.
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80+ technology leaders from 21 countries ready for business with professionals of the Nigerian agrofood and packaging industry.
IPF 2015, The BEST Path Through the Plastic, Packaging, Printing, Food technology and Baking Industries.
Aimplas, the Technological Institute of Plastics located in Valencia, Spain, has collaborated with the company Solarays to create a new system which generates electricity from solar panels.
Launched in April 2013, Madison, Wis.-based WFI Global LLC is making a name in the fenestration market with what it says is a distinct product development: the first polyurethane window foam made with renewable agricultural materials, in this case soybean oil.
CHICAGO — Ron Puvak and the folks over at Plastic Technologies Inc. see big things coming from some very tiny bubbles.
Bio-based composite material made from wood fibres, fillers such as marble-based calcium carbonate, and an animal bone meal-based binder, have been developed in a Swiss project. The IWK institute of materials technology and plastics processing at the HSR University in Rapperswil worked with FluidSolids in Zurich in the project.