Polymers Petrochemicals Recycling rPET 13-07-2019
Polymers Petrochemicals Recycling rPET
The “Bioplastics Packaging Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 – 2024)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The market for bioplastic packaging has been driven by the increasing awareness about the adversative effects of conventional plastics, which has steered to both consumers and regulatory bodies to opt for bioplastics in its place. Bio-PET and polylactic acid are the main types of bioplastics used for packaging globally.
According to European Bioplastics, in 2018, global production volumes of bioplastics amounted to about 2.11 million tons with almost 65% of the volume intended for the packaging market considered as the major market segment within the bioplastics business. Fluctuating preference from synthetically derived chemicals yields to eco-friendly substitutes is anticipated to fuel the bioplastic packaging market.
This year’s Tex-Summit Global forum interpreted the development trend of China’s textile industry and related policies, global textile industry and machinery trade data.
It also addressed problems and opportunities in development of global printing, dyeing and finishing industry, and carried out discussions to help the industry improve quality and efficiency. Polymers Petrochemicals Recycling rPET
The report provides an overview of the “Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Market” industry including definitions, division, key vendors, key Development and market challenges. The Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Market analysis is provided the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status
Through the statistical analysis, the report depicts the global Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Market including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and import/export. The entire market is further distributed by company, by country, and by application/type for the competitive landscape analysis.
The CHTC Fong’s Group is currently making a huge investment in the infrastructure and advanced automation technology required for manufacturing next-generation Industry 4.0 dyeing and finishing machines in China. With sales of €399 million in 2018, CHTC Fong’s is currently the world’s largest manufacturer of dyeing and finishing equipment.
CHTC produces some 250-300 stenter frames and between 1,000-1,200 discontinuous dyeing machines every year, including those made by its European companies and brands Monforts, Then, Fong’s, Goller and Xorella, all of whom will contribute their know-how to the new developments in China, said CHTC Fong’s in a press release.
Two decades after it was created and five years since it joined up with Milacron and its Mold-Masters brand, Kortec’s co-injection technology can yet provoke misunderstanding among processors.
“A lot of our customers are still confused,” says Cheryl Sayer, director of engineering at Kortec. “They think it’s two-shot overmolding—sealing off on plastic instead of steel—rather than the skin and the core being injected simultaneously.”
New developments in speciality films
Brückner Maschinenbau, a provider of film stretching technology, is working on a means to make films with the highest possible recycling capabilities producible on film stretching lines.
The focus is on mono-material film with superior mechanical and optical properties, which will be able to substitute previous multi-layer films made from different materials.
These are ideal for the use in new, single-origin packaging and guarantee good sortibility in waste separation and optimal recycling. Polymers Petrochemicals Recycling rPET
Reflecting changing times and a shifting world, Prada launches a new project Re-Nylon, introducing a sustainable line of iconic Prada bag silhouettes executed in a unique new regenerated nylon Econyl made by Aquafil.
The product of a partnership between Prada and the textile yarn producer Aquafil, Econyl nylon is obtained through the recycling and purification process of plastic waste. Aquafil brings new purpose to waste materials that would otherwise pollute the world’s landfills and oceans. Polymers Petrochemicals Recycling rPET
Bio ammonia is anhydrous ammonia that is manufactured sustainably by making use of corn biomass or woody biomass.
As the ammonia industry has been ill-famous for burdening the planet with greenhouse gases by consuming a major chunk of fossil fuels and conventional energy sources, industry players are shifting to manufacturing bio ammonia to mitigate their carbon footprint.
The global trade dispute and travails of Germany’s car industry have begun leaving their mark on Swiss industry, with chemicals-specialist EMS-Chemie Holding AG citing the fallout this week, joining a number of other companies across the region.
The euro area is Switzerland’s top trading partner, and Swiss exports to the southern German state of Baden Wuerttemberg exceed those to China.
The bloc’s economy is in the throes of a slowdown that could yet get worse and Germany is possibly on the verge of a recession.