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Bioplastic Tour: 2017 Innovations & Trends (10th Edition)

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Thursday Sep 21, 2017

Thanks to a structured review of all that happened in 2017 with Bioplastics (latest materials, manufacturing & application innovations), get up-to-date on current landscape & future trends.

Innovations in focus this year: New CO2-Based Polyols, Bicomponent Bio-based Nonwoven with high strength, Carbon-Negative Methane-Based Plastics...

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Presented By:
Donald Rosato
Length: 90 min

Course Type: Innovation
Level: Intermediate

Next Session: Sep 21, 2017
10:00 a.m. (New York City)
4:00 p.m. (Paris)

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Why should you attend?

Bioplastics production is expected to rise from 53% in 2015 to 80% by 2017. High oil prices, major companies aiming to develop sustainable products, better design... are driving innovations in bioplastics at a faster pace, making it time-consuming & difficult for you to detect real opportunities. Join the live course to:

  1. Save time with a synthetic & neutral overview of latest innovations for more sustainable and higher performance bioplastics (PLA, PHA, algae-based, bio-PET...)
  2. Speed up your future R&D decisions with a clearer view of next year trends (material requirements, technology adoption and unmet needs)
  3. See how others in bioplastic field are acting on the latest challenges: alternative feedstock, pro-degradant additives, castor-oil based fuel line, biocomposites, eco-friendly E/E parts...

Who should attend?

R&D professionals, sales & marketing people, executive managers and all those needing to keep up on bioplastic innovations - from raw material producers to designers.

Course Outline

Don Rosato has been closely following all that happened in the bioplastic / renewable area and he will now share this in a structured presentation:

  1. 2017 Bioplastics Landscape
         •  The Global Bioplastics Market
         •  Growth Drivers and Challenges
         •  Bioplastics Technology Trends

  2. Bioplastics Latest Feedstock Solutions
         •  Bio-based Conventional Plastic Building Blocks
         •  Bio-based Non-Conventional Plastic Building Blocks
         •  Bio-based Fibers
         •  Bioplastic Additives

  3. Plastic Material Innovations
         •  High Barrier Coatings and Films
         •  Blends and Alloys and Compounds
         •  Bioplastics Nonwovens

  4. Bioplastics Application New Developments
         •  Bio-based Packaging Advances (Film/Sheet, Bottles)
         •  Other Bio-based Disposables (Compostable, Single Use)
         •  Bio-based Durable Products in Automotive (Interior, Other)
         •  Other Durable End Uses (i.e. Consumer Products, Industrial)

  5. The Future Trends in Bioplastics You Should be Aware of

  6. Major Bioplastics Players & Related References

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Members Reviews

Gave insight on the bioplastics industry at an international level as well as current developments.

Vinitha N. , from Sustainable BioPlastics Council of Maine

Really complete training, it gave an excellent summary of bioplastics available + trends. Keep this high level for the future.

Estelle C. , from Hyplast NV

Excellent overview of the latest developments with the right depth. The fact that the topic was approached from three perspectives (product, market, technology) was very useful.

Gordon A. , from 3M

Excellent course! I'm in the injection molding business and we're always looking out for updates on Bioplastics.

Marina V. , from Nypro

Although I knew about most of the happenings I was quite pleased to see these happenings/prodcuts from various players nicely categorised under various subheading. This was extremely useful for one to decide on the next steps based on one's own competencies

Harjinger B. , from Evonik Industries AG

Course with excellent technical level - provides very new and recent informations!

Juliano B. , from Cromex

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