Plasmatreat will be facing some tough adhesive challenges at Bondexpo 2016; rather than focusing on systems and devices, this year the market leader has decided to demonstrate its expertise in customized problem-solving, application-specific processes and personal support for customers at the implementation stage. read more
CHINAPLAS, Asia's leading plastics tradeshow, opened its doors at the Shanghai New International Expo Center on the 25 April to around 3300 exhibitors from 40 countries and some 150,000 visitors from all over the world. In the German Pavilion alone, 150 exhibitors presented their wares under the 'Made in Germany' label. Plasmatreat chose this year to illustrate its technology's 20-year evolutionary development. read more
With over 1088 exhibitors from 31 countries, productronica China opened its gates to over 60,000 visitors in March. Plasmatreat presented its latest developments for the atmospheric plasma pretreatment of lead frames and electronic components to great acclaim at China's leading trade fair for electronics development and production in Shanghai this year. read more
– Increased strength of plastic to metal bonds in the injection molding process Plasmatreat and AKRO-PLASTIC have spent the last two years working on a successful system solution which aims to achieve unrivalled adhesive strength for bonding plastic compounds and metals in the injection molding process. These activities (or this venture) have lead to an official system partnership. read more
PlastEurasia opened its doors for the 25th time on 3 December 2015 with over 1300 exhibitors from 55 different nations. Plasmatreat gave a live demonstration of perfect print adhesion on a print-resistant plastic at the largest and most important plastics tradeshow for Turkey, North Africa and Eurasia.
Plasmatreat exhibited its latest developments with great success at PRODUCTRONICA 2015, which was held in Munich from 10 – 13 November. The world's leading trade fair for electronics development and production attracted some 38,000 visitors from 80 different countries.