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International Plastics News for Asia
International Plastics News for Asia 2016-6
The biggest trade exhibition for the plastics and rubber industry in the ASEAN region remains InterPlas Thailand. As a stand-alone trade show, its successful move from the Manufacturing Expo, has been hailed as an effort to highlight the strength of the ASEAN industrial sector. With the integration of ASEAN into an economic community, the vast region becomes a single market which presents many opportunities. This issue carries a Special Supplement on InterPlast 2016. Similar to Ringier Trade Media’s Special Supplements for major exhibitions, the supplement aims to guide visitors on the highlights of the show and the products on exhibit. Stricter regulations for food packaging has given rise to various material solutions. Since ingredients in the packaging are as important as the ingredients in the food itself, the industry is not taking risk and is pro-actively l replacing any material that could shed any doubt on the safety of the materials used in food packaging.
  • International Plastics News for Asia
    International Plastics News for Asia 2016-4
    This issue features a Special Supplement on CHINAPLAS 2016. The exhibition, currently the world’s second biggest and Asia’s number 1, gathers 3,300 exhibitors in Shanghai this year. The Special Supplement aims to guide visitors on the highlights of the trade show, the products on exhibit, and this time, we added some insights and market assessment from association representative and exhibitor. The exhibition, being a large-scale one, has served as the premiere of innovative products targeting not only China but the rest of the Asian market. Recycling carbon fiber has been gaining attention due to the rising demand for lightweight materials. This issue looks at the recent developments in this area. With renewable energy becoming a popular alternative, requirements for solar cells have also become more demanding, with weight and dimension being key factors. In this sector, plastics play a key role with future developments pointing toward enhanced study and research to come up with products that meet tougher target.
  • International Plastics News for Asia
    International Plastics News for Asia 2016-2
    The automotive industry has been reaping the benefits of modern technology. In this issue, innovations by leading companies in materials and technologies are highlighted. These innovations are a major boost toward lightweighting through the use of plastics. 3D printing as a sector has attracted substantial attention. Aside from 3D printers, filaments and other compounds for 3D printing have seen improvement in terms of properties. This issue brings the latest materials available today for 3D printing and their special properties which translate into better end-products. Twin-screw extruders have taken their special position in many plants worldwide. They have become more efficient, ensuring cost control and high product quality.
  • International Plastics News for Asia
    International Plastics News for Asia 2015-12
    This is the last issue for the year and we bring you our special report, Outlook 2016, which compiles the insights of industry experts on upcoming industry trends and market directions that would impact their operations. In this issue, we invited companies that have made significant contributions to the industry through their breakthrough products aimed at bringing benefits to various industries relying on plastics and rubber. Many new developments in the blown film sector have resulted in vast improvement in the quality of films. A new blown film line, offered with multiple extruder packages, aims at delivering value-added high-level blown film performance. Painting of plastic parts has become a lot more costefficient due to the availability of various techniques that guarantee strong economic efficiency and sustainability.
  • International Plastics News - Middle East
    International Plastics News - Middle East 2015-11
    In this issue, we bring you the special report, Outlook 2016, which compiles the insights of industry experts on upcoming trends and developments that would impact their operations in 2016 and beyond. Ringier Trade Media Editorial Team selects representatives of organisations and companies every year for this special report. In this issue, we invited companies that have made significant contributions to the industry through their breakthrough products aimed at bringing benefits to various industries relying on plastics and rubber. The packaging industry has taken advantage of the innovations in stretch blow moulding technologies launched these days. The resulting products are of high quality and have excellent shelf appeal aside from complying with strict standards. Painting of plastic parts has become a lot more cost-efficient due to the availability of various techniques that guarantee strong economic efficiency and sustainability.
  • International Plastics News for Asia
    International Plastics News for Asia 2015-10
    The new industrial revolution has swept the global industrial sector, the plastics industry included. Industry 4.0 refers to the fourth industrial revolution and stems from a high-tech strategy of the German government to promote the digitalisation of manufacturing. In this issue, we look at how companies in the plastics industry have embarked on modernising their operations and offering high quality products as a result. From digital manufacturing to a diverse range of materials, the power of 3D printing lies in its ability to bring business benefits to organisations, industries and the rest of the world. An expert in this area provides his assessment on the Asia Pacific market as high growth region for 3D printing. Plastics play a crucial role in the ongoing war against harmful bacteria. Polymers infused with protective elements are frequently utilised in the composition of products designed to protect against potentially dangerous contamination. A powerful antimicrobial technology is discussed in this issue and how this could help achieve the goal of integrat
  • International Plastics News - Middle East
    International Plastics News - Middle East 2015-9
    This issue brings into focus the plastics industry’s response to the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, which has swept Europe’s industrial world. This is not new to the plastics industry as many big players have started to undertake initiatives that will lead to further upgrade of their production process through digitalisation and automation. And even though Industry 4.0 originated in Europe, this will have its impact on the rest of the world as companies have gone global in their operations. The role of engineering plastics in bringing quality, high strength and lightweight products has expanded given the vast range of materials available today. Two major sectors which have been benefi ting from these new materials are automotive and medical. West Africa is a region to watch in the years to come due to its emerging industries. In particular, its packaging industry increasingly demands new machines and raw materials.
  • International Plastics News for Asia
    International Plastics News for Asia 2015-8
    Increased awareness on the many challenges the world faces today has pushed companies in the plastics and rubber industry to initiate and come up with appropriate solutions. In this issue, we looked at the six global challenges and how Borouge has developed its technology and products in response to these challenges. A wide range of different technologies is used today to control and assure the quality in the production process. Sophisticated pellet inspection and impurities detection systems have become more diverse and responsive to the demands of the various industries. In this issue, we present the feedback of exhibitors at Chinaplas 2015 and InterPlas 2015, two leading exhibitions in Asia that have gathered a growing number of exhibitors and visitors over the years. These trade shows also serve as venue where professionals can obtain valuable insights and industry information. With Asia Pacific on the growth path, we expect these shows to add more innovative features in their future editions.
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    Step by step to the smart factory

    At the EuroBLECH 2018 exhibition, Bystronic is presenting the networked world of sheet metal processing. 

    Trending meat flavours

    Flavouring technologies that use nutritionally-balanced ingredients are best for reformulating meat recipes, writes DIMITRIOS TZOUVELEKIS*.

     

     

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