After one year without trade fairs, we are finally looking forward to meeting our customers, business partners and friends in person again at Fakuma 2021. We updated and expanded our portfolio with new medical grades, polyamide compounds, polyketone and many more high-quality engineering plastics.
We want to make a contribution towards a circular economy. Therefore we have expanded our range of materials from alternative and sustainable sources. The sustainable portfolio includes additional biobased and biodegradable plastics as well as high-quality recycled materials from post-industrial and mass-balanced sources. These new alternatives offer potential solutions for reducing the carbon footprint.
Our Portfolio is Ready for the Future
Sustainable Product Solutions
Our expanded portfolio includes additional biobased and biodegradable plastics as well as high-quality recycled materials from post-industrial as well as mass-balanced sources with a property and quality level that is close to or even equal that of virgin materials
Modern medical technology is inconceivable without plastics. That´s why we have expanded our portfolio in Germany and Europe with medical grades from our Partner Celanese includes the HOSTAFORM® (POM), VECTRA®(LCP), CELANEX®(PBT) and FORTRON® (PPS) MT grades.
Our new Partner Ascend
We are now distributing polyamide compounds from Ascend Performance Materials, the world's largest fully integrated manufacturer of polyamide 6.6, in Germany and most other European countries. This cooperation completes our product portfolio with polyamide compounds for our customers.
Our new Partner Hyosung
We also expanded our portfolio with polyketone. The polymer is unique and the materials made from it are all-rounders. POKETONE™ from Hyosung is versatile, has various approvals, including FDA, KTW, WRAS and can therefore be used for many applications.
Our new Partner Aurora
We have been ooperating with Aurora Kunststoffe GmbH, a manufacturer of high-quality engineering recompounds, since 2014. Now we deepened our cooperation in order to meet the high demand for recycled or sustainable materials and to contribute to the circular economy.
New mobility has long since become part of our everyday lives and will shape them even more in the future. The new mobility for which the battery-electric technology is currently the most promising leads to new challenges with new applications. This requires a rethinking of material solutions.