MEDIA PARTNERS

 

MEDIA PARTNERS 2018



CRAIN GLOBAL POLYMER GROUP

PU China is part of the Crain Global Polymer Group and is owned by Crain Communications Inc. Crain, headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, is a business-to-business media company with 55 brands including Plastics News, Rubber & Plastics News, Automotive News, Advertising Age and Urethanes Technology International. Crain employs more than 800 people worldwide.


PRA

Trends in the plastics and rubber industry are dynamic and rapidly changing. Being vigilant amidst these changes, Plastics and Rubber Asia (PRA) keeps track of the news and views about the industry as well as strategies by industry players to innovate cutting-edge solutions and shares the information with our readers and subscribers, both online and in print.

Published since 1985, PRA continues to tread the niche path of an industry that has served as a strong pillar for economies worldwide. PRA recognises the companies that are continually strengthening the plastics and rubber industry with new generation products and services; as well as the key leaders – the think tank behind the innovations and merger efforts that make the industry perpetually vibrant and surging forward.


FAPU

KP Verlag is a small independent publishing house with only one theme: POLYURETHANE.

Since 15 years we publish under the logo FAPU („Fachmagazin für die Polyurethanindustrie“) the leading trade journal for the polyurethane manufacturing industry in the German speaking countries. Meanwhile the magazine is also available in following languages: English (European Polyurethane Journal) and Russian (Полиуретановый Бюллетень as a newsletter).

With more than 25 years of sales experience in the polyurethane industry, we are well grounded in knowledge and contacts to all important PU-related markets in Europe and the NAFTA countries. This differentiates us fundamentally from other publishing houses and publications, where polyurethane is just another material besides many other plastic types.
 
You may find further services and offers on our website www.fapu.de. The internet presentation is also available in three languages.



Urethanes Technology International

Widely recognised as the most authoritative source of information on developments in the global polyurethanes industry. The magazine was created in 1984.

Published six times a year, the magazine provides details of all of the important commercial and technical developments within what is one of the world's most dynamic and globally integrated industrial businesses.

 

At Plastics News Europe, we work hard to keep abreast of the issues that matter. Our readers expect nothing less - we are the leading European plastics magazine, and the only one with a genuinely pan-European readership.

Our stories are aimed directly at European readers. Our concerns are European concerns. We report on issues that affect European countries. Our readers also demand more information about their customers, so we are focusing more sharply on the industries that they serve, including automotive, telecommunications, packaging, electronics and IT.

 

The Polyurethane World monthly newspaper in Korea has been published since April. 1993, distributed all the Korean PU companies and its related fields. The Newspaper has been introducing the advanced polyurethane information globally for the development of Korean PU Industries

The Newspaper has long relation with UTECH, Int’l PU Forum, Japan, API, and other advanced PU conferences and exhibitions in order to make promotion for Korean PU business

The Newspaper has particularly invited Korean PU man and Companies to attend UTECH events since UTECH EU ‘93(Den Haag) and PU China ’94 Beijing.
 
Nowadays Korean PU industries have contributed to make the first grade goods such as automobiles, appliance, shipbuilding, construction and other electronics, as pu material being applied. And Korea is now producing PU raw material about 2million metric tons.

And the Newspaper has taken a role of bridge between Int’l PU society and Korean PU Association, especially cooperating EHS matters globally. The Polyurethane World will continue to cooperate with all the countries to develop PU industries.