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RadTech North America Announces New Board Members
RadTech, the Association for Ultraviolet and Electron Beam (UV+EB) technologies, is pleased to announce newly elected Board members for a two-year term of 2024-2025:
RadTech Europe (RTE), the independent European association for energy curing technology, is pleased to announce the appointment of Angelique Runacre as the new President and Holly Steedman as Vice President. Effective January 1st 2024, they will join the RTE Management Committee.
Clariant proudly celebrates 40 years of desiccant manufacturing and innovation in Belen, New Mexico, USA
Clariant, a sustainability-focused specialty chemical company, is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Belen, NM, USA desiccant manufacturing site.
GEW highlights successes at Labelexpo Europe 2023
UV curing systems manufacturer GEW has highlighted an exceptionally successful Labelexpo Europe, following the return of the exhibition after a four year interval.
Ongoing investments in Baldwin Technology help ACM Plastics win the competitive race
As a former race car driver, Massimo Raffaele was certainly used to making bold moves. Once he traded in his race car for a delivery truck, Raffaele began learning about the printing industry through his work transporting and delivering packaging materials throughout his native Italy.
IST METZ hosts UV Days 2023 with around 1000 participants from 32 countries
At the UV Days, which took place from 4 to 6 July in Nürtingen, Germany, organiser IST METZ welcomed around 1000 guests and 40 exhibitors from a total of 32 countries.
Net-zero chemicals industry initiative relaunches as the Global Impact Coalition
To drive the global chemical industry on a path to net-zero emissions by 2050, the Low-Carbon Emitting Technologies (LCET) initiative, incubated and hosted by the World Economic Forum for more than three years, has now officially launched as the independent Global Impact Coalition.
Recycling Content TPE with various adhesion options
a global manufacturer of custom-engineered TPEs, announces the launch of its latest product line. These solutions expand the group of THERMOLAST® R compounds and make it possible to use a high percentage of recycled materials. In comparison to the already established products, up to 70% can be achieved even in materials with low Shore A hardness.