This week, the 20th specialized event will transform Düsseldorf into the world’s capital of polymer industry.
The fair has been held every three years for more than 40 years, always keeping the status of a major event and attracting both strong industry leaders and promising newcomers. Not only will K Show 2016 sum up the results, but also will look into the future of rubber and plastics that is unfolding on the stands and in the halls of the event.
This year’s program also includes a specialized forum for global higher educational institutions where the delegates from various universities will present the latest findings in the field of plastics and rubber. In addition, the show «Plastics shape the future» will be held, this name speaks for itself.
Trade fairs often become a stage for the first public presentations where participants demonstrate technologies and products resulting from the latest scientific research, innovative tools and equipment that help determine development trends of the industry.
For example, a leading manufacturer of injection molding machines Wittmann Group has demonstrated an entire range of latest generation molding machines and manufacturing technologies, including compact servohydraulic machines SmartPower that use non-woven organic sheets preforms based on basalt, glass and natural fibers manufactured by JH Ziegler.
The event is highly rated by journalists and attendees both for information richness and as an ideal platform to get the most relevant news from the polymers world, to find new partners, and to establish contacts. This year, 17 pavilions of K Show are ready to take more than 3 thousand participants and more than 220 thousand visitors from 108 countries.