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The compounders’ guide to


2016 Part 2: Machinery and equipment


Dusseldorf in Germany hosts the world’s biggest plastics exhibition – K2016 – on 19-21 October and to help you get the most from the show we have lined up extensive coverage of some of the top innovations for vistors from the compounding industry. Last month we took a look at the planned polymer and


compound introductions (if you missed that you can catch up here). This month we turn our attention to compound- ing machinery and, over the following 27 pages, take a detailed look at the latest compounding machinery, process developments and ancillary equipment. There’s no doubt about it, K is a big show. The 2013


event included 3,220 exhibitors from close to 60 countries and drew in near 220,000 visitors (around 60% from outside of Germany). Total exhibition space amounted to 171,000m2


. The statistics for K2016 will be


similar so it is vital that visitors enter the showground with a plan. If you intend to attend but have not yet finalised your travel and accommodation arrangements time is running short. However, the “First Look” article in our August edition includes weblinks to a range of useful resources.


During the eight days of the show, editors from the Compounding World and AMI Magazines teams will be reporting on the most important news as it happens via our @PlasticsWorld feed on Twitter. If you want to stay in touch then join the 14,900 people already following our coverage (www.twitter.com/PlasticsWorld). We will also have a presence at the show on the Applied Market Information stand (Hall 7, Stand C11). Call in to find out more about our portfolio of digital plastics magazines and apps and to contact members of the AMI Magazines team. It is also the place to learn more about our latest industry directories, market reports and international conferences. After the show, we will be reviewing the best of the new


introductions in our November and December editions. We will also be reporting what we learn from some of the key plastics industry leaders. Enjoy your show.


Dates: 19-26 October 2016


Venue: Dusseldorf Fairground, Dusseldorf, Germany


Hours: 10:00 to 18:30 daily


Organiser: Messe Dusseldorf Website: www.k-online.de


Use the following links to go direct to the show information you need: K2016 exhibitor search: http://bit.ly/K2016exhibitors K2016 online ticket purchase: http://bit.ly/K2016tickets K2016 site plan: http://bit.ly/K2016siteplan K2016 iPhone app: http://bit.ly/K16appleapp K2016 Android app: http://bit.ly/K16androidapp K2016 hotel booking: http://bit.ly/k2016hotels Dusseldorf travel guide: http://bit.ly/DusseldorfGuide


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