NEW DATES: 7-8 October 2020

Messe Essen, Germany

The international exhibition for plastics recycling

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2
days

4
shows

300+
exhibitors

4,000+
visitors

Event postponed to 7-8 October 2020

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, AMI has taken the decision to postpone the Compounding World Expo, Plastics Extrusion World Expo, Polymer Testing World Expo and Plastics Recycling World Expo to 7-8 October 2020.

The health and safety of all show participants is our top priority, as well as ensuring we meet with the needs of all our customers.

We look forward to welcoming you to Essen, Germany later this year.

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"I have received more quality leads in one day of this event than a whole week at other shows."
Bernhard Gabauer, Head of Segment Plastics, Bühler
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The Plastics Recycling World Expo will return to the MESSE ESSEN in Germany from 7-8 October 2020. 

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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Christine Levêque
SUEZ
Recycling and Recovery, BeNeLux-Germany, Director Business Innovation

Christine is Director Business Innovation for the business unit Recycling & Recovery Benelux and Germany at SUEZ.  In her function, Christine leads a team of developers facilitating and accelerating the emergence of new circular business ventures.  The last years have seen her successfully focussing on projects related to the recycling of plastics.

Christine holds a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the U-Mons Polytechnical faculty in Belgium.  From the revamping of nuclear power plants to the develoment of biogas stations, Christine spent half of her career taking care of the energy resources, before making the move towards the material resources and associated waste recycling business.

Christine lives in Belgium with her husband and two children, in a country where she hopes to see all packaging plastics being soon collected selectively in an apart bin for material recycling, as it is already the case in the Netherlands and Germany.