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This issue features a Special Supplement on K 2013, the world’s biggest trade exhibition for the plastics and rubber industry. With over 3,000 exhibitors, this event has retained its lead and has served as the world premiere of the latest products and technologies of those engaged in plastics and rubber manufacturing. The Special Supplement provides the show’s highlights and a glimpse of the products that will be exhibited. Ringier’s Plastics and Rubber vertical also features a special section on K 2013 where we bring you the latest industry and product news. The need to recycle plastics has led to the spread of useful information on its advantages and the latest technologies that can be applied. South Africa is one of the countries in the African region where industry players are taking active part in disseminating information on the importance of plastics. We covered one company that serves as link in educating the public and businesses on the various recycling methods and their benefits. The Middle East is a growing petrochemicals hub and the various major projects in the region are aimed at ensuring stable supply of raw materials for the plastics and rubber industry. A special report on the major petrochemical projects provides a scenario on raw materials supply that will impact not only the Middle East, but the other regions as well.

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