NEW DATES: 1-2 June 2021

Messe Essen, Germany

The international exhibition for plastics recycling

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2
days

4
shows

200+
exhibitors

4,000+
visitors

NEW FLEXIBLE BOOKING

As the Covid-19 situation is changing daily, we want you to feel totally confident about booking your stand at Plastics Recycling World Expo. Which is why we have introduced new flexible booking options.

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"Another amazing event by AMI. We've had lots of enquiries and the focused audience has been great for leads"
Bernhard Gabauer, Head of Segment Plastics, Bühler

The Plastics Recycling World Expo will return to the MESSE ESSEN in Germany from 1-2 June 2021. 

This event brings together professionals from across the plastics recycling industry for two days of networking, knowledge sharing and innovation. Your free ticket provides admission to the largest concentration of plastics recycling related exhibits in Europe including access to the co-located events: Plastics Extrusion World Expo, Polymer Testing World Expo and Compounding World Expo. As well as 5 focused conference theatres – each with a busy two-day program of technical presentations, seminars, industry debates and exclusive networking events.

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Speakers

Alexandre Dangis
EuPC (European Plastics Converters)
Managing Director

Alexandre Dangis is the founder and Managing Director of European Plastics Converters (EuPC), the EU-level trade association of the European plastics converting industry and Polymer Comply Europe (PCE), a service provider for the plastics industry specialised in EU legislation.

In 1996, Alexandre also created Plastics Recyclers Europe (PRE), the association representing plastics recyclers in Europe, where he held the position of Managing Director until June 2016. He is a Board Member of VinylPlus® and Recovinyl, as well the Co-Founder and one of the two Presidents of the Waste Free Oceans (WFO) foundation, fighting against the problem of marine litter.