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Dr inż. Anna Kozera-Szałkowska, Dyrektor Zarządzająca Plastics Europe Polska.

The Plastics industry in Poland and Europe conference opens the Plastpol show - Tuesday 21 May We look forward to seeing you!

20 may 2024
Doctor Engineer Anna Kozera-Szałkowska, Managing Director of Plastics Europe Polska, and experts will present data related to the current situation of the Polish plastics industry and the Europe-wide context

The information is prepared based on the latest industry reports and current data from the Central Statistical Office. The most important industry challenges related to the changing plastics legislation will also be put in the limelight. The Plastpol opening conference will start at 10.30 a.m. on Tuesday, 21 May in the E-3 capsule in Expo Hall E. All visitors and exhibitors can participate. 

 The PlasticsEurope Polska Foundation also prepares the  "How will the plastics system in Europe change by 2050?" exhibition, a part of the Plastpol.  In Kielce exhibition and congress centre expo halls will display boards with information; check the answers to questions on what the plastics system in Europe will look like in 2050, what will be the market share of biomass plastics, how much plastics will come from recycling, how CO2 emissions of the plastics system will decrease. The exhibition will therefore be dedicated to "The Plastics Transition" – the industry roadmap to a circular and net-zero emission plastics system in Europe by 2050.

The Targi Kielce’s 28th International Fair of Plastics and Rubber Processing PLASTPOL is held in Targi Kielce from 21 to 24 May 2024.  Registration for visitors and ticket sales continues on targikielce.pl/plastpol

PlasticsEurope Polska Foundation represents plastics producers in Poland;  it is part of Plastics Europe, one of Europe's leading industry associations. The association's HQ’s are located in Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Milan and Paris.

Plastics Europe maintains close cooperation with national associations in the plastics industry, both in Europe and around the world. The Association networks with European and national plastics associations and therefore brings together more than 100 member companies. The associate companies are responsible for production volume of over 90% of all polymers across the 28 member states of the European Union, plus Norway, Switzerland and Turkey.  Plastics Europe also cooperates at a global level through the World Plastics Council (WPC) and the Global Plastics Alliance (GPA).  

/MŚ/

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