Tech Trends: K 2019 Sneak Peek, Part 4

Here’s just a quick sneak peek at some of products exhibitors like Husky, Frigel, Barnes Molding Solutions brands and Hasco will be displaying in their booths at K 2019.


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As the world’s leading trade fair for plastics and rubber, K 2019 has many exciting things for attendees to see and learn about. This event, to be held October 16-23 in Dusseldorf, Germany, will not only have hot topics covering key industry themes and special shows and discussions dedicated to trend-setting developments and innovations, but it will also be host to exhibitors from around the globe.

If you want to prepare for this year’s show, then it helps to keep up to date on the types of products you’ll be seeing at K 2019. Here’s just a quick sneak peek at some of products exhibitors will be displaying in their booths.




For more product offerings from exhibitor companies that will be available at K 2019, be sure to check out these past Tech Trends: Part 1, Part 2, & Part 3!

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