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Evonik to Showcase Polymer-based Solutions for Growing Markets at FAKUMA 2011

Published on 2011-08-09. Author : SpecialChem

Evonik plans to exhibit various technical solutions once again at this year's FAKUMA trade show in Friedrichshafen between October 18 and 22. Over the years, plastics processors have valued Evonik as a partner that has outstanding specialist expertise in the development of their innovative products. The producer of PLEXIGLAS® and of various VESTAMID® and VESTAKEEP® PEEK polyamide grades will be exhibiting solutions for lighting and automotive applications, electronics, and medical technology as well as sport and leisure at Booth 4117 in Hall A4.

About Evonik

Evonik is the creative industrial group from Germany. In addition, it has energy and residential real estate operations. Their performance is shaped by creativity, specialization, reliability and continuous self-renewal. Evonik is active in over 100 countries around the world. In fiscal 2010 more than 34,000 employees generated sales of around Euro 13.3 billion and an operating profit (EBIDA) of about Euro 2.4 billion.


In so far as forecasts or expectations are expressed in this press release or where our statements concern the future, these forecasts, expectations or statements may involve known or unknown risks and uncertainties. Actual results or developments may vary, depending on changes in the operating environment. Neither Evonik Industries AG nor its group companies assume an obligation to update the forecasts, expectations or statements contained in this release.

Source: Evonik

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