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9 - 10 February 2021 Cologne, Germany


Developing new formulations and applications for high-performance polypropylene compounds


Industry-leading speakers include: Industry presentations


PDEng. Ing. Cristina Yolanda Rodriguez Iglesias


Research Engineer, Global Technology Automotive SABIC


Dr. Cornelia Tranninger Group Leader


“Flexible Polymers”, Borealis Polyolefine GmbH


Mr. Luis Hoffmann


M. Sc., Research Associate, Fraunhofer Institute for


Process Engineering and Packaging IVV


Interactive discussion: The future of PP compounds


Roundtable discussions


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Thermoplastic Concentrates in North America & Mexico Opportunities in a changing market


Plan and grow your business in the concentrates industry


• Understand how and where the market is growing on an individual end use application basis


• Gain a clear understanding of supply and demand for the medium term


• Get insight into the changing structure of the market and the opportunities this gives participants


• Develop a real understanding of the strategies required to drive success FIND OUT MORE R Bringing the plastics industry together. obust research and expert data for the compounding industry


NEW REPORT


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