Special show on plastics and future at K 2022

Discussions, lectures, lighthouse projects, and more

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K 2022
K 2022,‘Plastics shape the future’, focuses on how crucial plastics are for a sustainable future. 

A highlight of this year’s K 2022 is a special show, ‘Plastics shape the future’, which focuses on how crucial plastics are for a sustainable future. 

The sessions will show the fascinating developments that are already taking place today and that visions for tomorrow are just on their way to implementation. 

Over seven focus days, there will be discussions by a panel of experts on innovative technologies, keynote speeches, entertaining demonstrations of flagship projects, and experimental shows. 

The special show addresses economic, ecological, and socio-political aspects while presenting solutions for problematic issues that the plastics industry has to deal with.

The show is a project of the German plastics industry led by PlasticsEurope Deutschland and Messe Düsseldorf, the organizers of K. 

The special show promises insights and outlooks for exhibitors and trade visitors at K 2022, as well as for the media and the interested public.

The trade fair for plastics and rubber will be held at Düsseldorf in Germany, from 19 to 26 October 2022 and is open daily on these days.  

K was first organized by Messe Düsseldorf in 1952 and is held every three years. The last K in 2019 recorded 3,330 exhibitors from 63 countries and 224,116 trade visitors.

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