International journalists confirm their presence at the World Plastic Connection Summit 2023

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The World Plastic Connection Summit will be covered by 4 international guest outlets. Read more below:

Sustainable Plastics (United Kingdom)

Sustainable Plastics is a bimonthly magazine available in print and electronic formats and targeted at leaders in the plastics industry. The publication covers the full range of environmental, economic, technological and social factors and topics that impact the sustainability of the plastics industry. Each issue includes a detailed analysis of news and developments, technical features, and a Q&A session, as well as a full report on trends in polymer prices. The publication is distributed to more than 40 countries, covering growth regions and established markets in Eastern and Western Europe, and its print edition has over 23,100 readers, in addition to the electronic magazine, which is sent to over 30,000 readers.

All Pet Food (Argentina)

All Pet Food is an online platform for the pet food industry, founded in 2014, covering all pet food production processes, from the reception of raw materials and ingredients, through its different processes, machinery, aromas, nutrition, and health, to packaging, logistics, and distribution. The online platform has over 4,000 daily hits and offers the latest industry news and current technical articles, as well as market developments, trends, and regulations. It also publishes a quarterly magazine.

Ambiente Plástico Magazine (Mexico)

With 22 years of existence, Ambiente Plástico is an outlet specializing in the plastic industry, playing a prominent role in Mexico and Latin America. Both the magazine and the website provide news, interviews, coverage, opinion articles, and real-time information on the sector.

SA Polymer Technology Magazine (South Africa)

Southern Africa Polymer Technology Magazine was launched in 2002. The magazine is published six times a year – in the months of February, April, June, August, October, and December – and has a circulation of over 2,600 copies, being read by businesses and individuals across the spectrum of the South African polymer industry – covering equipment and material manufacturers and suppliers, their agents and principals; converters, recyclers, raw material manufacturers, product and service manufacturers; and auxiliary suppliers.