Symphony says it benefitted from "a record value of orders" at K 2013. Image: Courtesy of Messe Dusseldorf
UK-based Symphony Environmental Technologies, a specialist in oxo-biodegradable technology has reported a record value of orders placed during the K Show in Dusseldorf.
“There was exceptional demand for d2w — our well-established oxo-biodegradable masterbatch,” said Symphony’s CEO, Michael Laurier. “It turns plastic into a biodegradable material at the end of its useful life.”
He added: “Great interest was also shown in our new d2p range of anti-fungal and anti-microbial plastics, and our d2t range of anti-counterfeiting technologies.”
“More than 600 requests for further information were recorded by Symphony’s staff, from end users, processors and raw material producers.”
Visitors to the stand included members of the Oxo-biodegradable Plastics Association and by Symphony’s distributors from around the world. Symphony says recyclers also visited for confirmation of the compatibility of d2w with post-consumer plastics recycling.