Fakuma - Trade fair for plastics processing

Your key to a Circular Economy

We show you what the future of plastics looks like – from new bio-materials to recycled plastics to holistic concepts for the circular economy. With our bioplastics, post-consumer recyclates (PCR) and post-industrial recyclates (PIR), we offer you the key to a functioning circular economy. Visit us at at Fakuma 2024 and find out what biopolymers and recyclates can do – and what they can’t.

Recyclates are what we’re all about!

Recycling turns plastic waste into the raw material of the future. We offer LDPE, HDPE and PP recyclates in natural, transparent or colored qualities. All types are EUCertPlast certified. With our high-quality recyclates you save resources and close material cycles.

hybrid compounds based on polypropylene (PP) recyclate and renewable raw materials.

Combine bioplastics & recyclates?

We combine the best of both worlds for you: a combination of recyclate and renewable raw materials. The bioplastic compounds with recyclate content are suitable for injection molding, blow molding and extrusion. The special feature: our types are natural in color and can optimally be colored.

Your key to the circular economy: FKuR granules

sustainable option or greenwashing?

Bioplastics are a sustainable alternative to petroleum-based plastics, especially if their renewable raw material base is obtained sustainably and bioplastics are consistently kept in the cycle. Which polymer is used for your product is primarily a question of application. We offer you an extensive portfolio of biobased, compostable or biodegradable bioplastics for the circular economy for all processing methods.

Silke Krebs, State Secretary in the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation, Digitalisation and Energy of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, obtained first-hand information about sustainable and recycled plastics from our sales representative Niklas Voß.

Do you feel like getting an overview of our granulates  now?

You can find our biobased and biodegradable plastics here. If you want to use a EuCertPlast-certified recyclate instead, you’ll find it here.

Get a grip on things!

In our knowledge database you will find informative articles and background information on bioplastics and recyclates.