EuMBC gives presentation at the European Masterbatch Summit 2019

EuMBC gives presentation at the European Masterbatch Summit 2019

With the new European Directive on plastic waste & circular economy targets, and the necessity for recyclable and sustainable plastics, the Masterbatch industry is facing changes in the near future. It will not only have to adapt to them, but also work together with other players in the industry, to meet those targets and thrive.

All these changes and more in the industry, will be addressed at ACI’s European Masterbatch Summit, taking place in Dusseldorf, Germany, on the 15th & 16th of May 2019. EuMBC is official partner of the event.

The conference will also discuss how to overcome negative perceptions of specific substances using guidelines; how innovation will help the Masterbatch industry thrive; tailor masterbatches for specific industries; as well as how to prosper in a competitive market.

The European Masterbatch Summit 2019 will bring together senior executives and experts from Masterbatch companies, Equipment & Instrument Producers, Chemical Distributors, leading service providers, as well as other influential stakeholders from the value chain to discuss the latest challenges and developments making an impact on the industry.

Sebastian Lemp, EuMBC Communications Executive, will participate in the pannel discussion "Changes in EU Plastics Legislation" and present the EuMBC REACH Horizon Scanning tool on the first day of the event.

EuMBC Members and Contacts are entitled to 15% discount to attend the conference with the special code: MJEuMBC.  For more information and to claim your discount, please contact Marcin Janecki on or call +48 61 646 7047.


About EuMBC

Created in 2001, as a sector group of EuPC and under the original name of ETHIC, EuMBC is today an association of companies which hold manufacturing operations in the EU, EEA and Turkey.

EuMBC represents and defends the interests of the European compounds and masterbatch producers vis-à-vis the European institutions and other professional organisations. It is particularly active in all fields related to the plastics industry (e.g. REACH, Food Contact or new technologies).

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