Once again this year Brixiaplast will be participating in Messe K in Düsseldorf, one of the most important information and trade platforms for the global plastics and rubber industry. During this event exhibitors and visitors from around the world come together and use the opportunity to discuss the latest market trends, present new projects and lay the groundwork for the future.

With an exhibition area of about 175,000square meters and more than 3,000 exhibitors from 63 different countries, this event gives the opportunity to address global issues and delve into innovative solutions and trends. These are the characteristics that make the “K” a unique environment that with its inclusiveness gives space to multiple realities.

At booth B33 in Hall 13 Brixiaplast will present its full range of products, which will include the Green Module, a state-of-the-art, ready-to-install laminating unit that combines sustainability, efficiency and energy savings in itself. By optimizing the molding process, it enables cost reduction by increasing productivity. The Multicompound screw will be discussed, with its innovative geometry with high efficiency performance represents an extremely advantageous solution for us and our customers due to its ability to process a very high multitude of polymers.

There will be no shortage of opportunities to meet with technicians and salespeople from Brixiaplast who will be on hand to cover the latest trends in the plastics industry and their processing.

Brixia Plast awaits you numerous at Messe Düsseldorf October 19-29 in the hall 13 at booth B33.


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