Already before the registration deadline on May 31, K 2016 is experiencing strong demand for exhibit space, officials say.
All 19 halls will again be fully booked and some 3,000 exhibitors will offer a complete overview of the plastics and rubber world market. Companies from all continents have already registered to present their innovations in the following exhibit categories from Oct. 19-26, 2016 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany:
- Raw materials, auxiliaries
- Semi-finished products, technical parts and reinforced plastics
- Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industry.
Another highlight of the K 2016 ancillary program will be the Science Campus - the forum for research and teaching. In this special zone, institutes, universities and other higher education institutions will present their latest scientific findings in the field of plastics and rubber and help to strengthen the dialogue between research and industry.