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CHINAPLAS 2020 oak gum industry transformation new machine

Update:16-10-2019
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At present, global economic and political uncertainty s […]

At present, global economic and political uncertainty still exists. Affected by trade frictions, slowing economic growth, and slowing Chinese demand, manufacturing growth has encountered varying degrees of resistance, and some industries have fallen into a “cold winter”. While continuing to face the challenges of the global economic situation, China is striving to promote the high-quality development of the manufacturing industry through a series of measures, promote the formation of a strong domestic market, and further expand the encouragement of foreign investment.

When the economy is in a downturn, there is always a strong counter-attack. As an important indicator of the industry, the world's leading rubber and plastics exhibition - "CHINAPLAS 2020" focuses on the global economy, industry pulse, social hotspots and buyers' needs, and strives to create high-tech that integrates rubber and plastic technology innovation and meets market trends. High-quality, high-value platform, actively helping the industry face challenges in a changing environment, tap new opportunities in the new era, and break through the strong transformation.

The garbage classification is in full swing, and the circular economy has become a new "window". Under the environmental protection and high pressure, the correct handling and reuse of plastics has ushered in severe challenges. Shanghai, Hangzhou, Shenzhen and other cities in China have promoted waste classification. The European Union, Sweden, Canada, Peru and other countries and regions have proposed plans to ban disposable plastic products. China’s “prohibition of waste” was further upgraded. After the ban on the import of waste plastics from the end of 2017, industrial-sourced waste plastics were completely banned at the end of 2018; India, Thailand, Malaysia and others announced that they would ban or import solid plastic waste. To this end, it is a compulsory course for plastics manufacturers to strengthen reuse and recycling, plan recycling in advance of product use, and replace environmentally friendly and recyclable innovative solutions such as biodegradable plastics.

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