ESC Sponsor & Exhibitor Descriptions

See Who Sponsored and Exhibited at the
2019 Plastics Recycling Conference and Trade Show

Aaron Equipment Company
Bensenville, Illinois

Booth 335

Aaron Equipment has a large inventory of reconditioned, unused and used models of plastics equipment. Aaron's plastic machinery includes blow molding, cast film, compounding, dryers, down-stream, single and twin screw extruders, mixers, pelletizers, shredders, winding and other types of plastics equipment.

Aaron Industries Corp.
Leominster, Massachusetts

Booth 241

Aaron Industries Corp. has become a leader in recycled plastic innovation and is one of the largest recycled resin compounders in the Northeast. The company prides itself on formulating to customer specifications with 200 various grades of PS, PE and PP to choose from.

Aceretech Machinery Co., Ltd.
Jiangsu, China

Booth 347

ACERETECH is a creative company, focusing on the technology R&D of plastics recycling and providing the equipment and solutions for plastics recycling, washing and re-granulation. ACERETECH's Plastics recycling technology mainly applies to the field of waste plastics regrinding, washing and re-granuling.

ADG Solutions Inc.
Tucker, Georgia

Booth 600

ADG Solutions provides systems for scrap-to-pellet plastics recycling and other technologically advanced equipment for plastics reclaim, both post-consumer and industrial. ADG offers Davis-Standard ram and wide-mouth recycling extruders. In the United States, the company manufactures the CFO filter, a self-cleaning filter for heavily contaminated materials. Additionally, ADG has complete wash systems for regrind or films (both agricultural or post-consumer films). It also distributes shredder systems that include conveying and metal detection, and the company provides pellet handling systems, silos, mixing silos and inline pellet weight systems as well as automated densifiers.

Adams Plastics   
Rolling Meadows, Illinois

Booth 536

Adams Plastics is an industrial plastic recycling facility, offering grinding, sorting and a variety of other services to vendors and customers. More than that, the company offers simple solutions to the complex problems that businesses face. Stop by the company's booth to find a solution for you.

AESSE Sales and Distribution
Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Booth 220

AESSE S&D is the sales, distribution and corporate development arm of the parent company AESSE Investments, Ltd. The company distributes materials manufactured in the U.S. and abroad that are used in the plastics industry. AESSE’s supplier partners include FineBlend, Javachem, SACO AEI, Suli and Sundow. The company’s products include additives and resins used for impact modification, chemically coupling and compatibilization, surface enhancement, flame retardancy and other performance enhancements.

Agricultural Plastics Recycling Conference    
Tallahassee, Florida

Booth 111

The Agricultural Plastics Recycling Conference (APRC) is a recycling industry networking forum, bringing plastic recyclers, brokers, farmers, nurseries, agricultural plastic manufacturers and government officials together to discuss the solutions to the landfilling and open burning of waste agricultural plastics. The next conference (the sixth iteration of the event) will take place on Aug. 19-21, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa & Marina in San Diego, Calif.

AGS Technology Inc.
Batavia, Illinois

Booth 237

AGS Technology offers injection molding and compounding of recycled plastics. It services the automotive, construction, industrial and consumer products industries.

Alandro Plastic Resources LLC
Brownsville, Texas

Booth 228

Alandro Plastic Resources is a full-service recycling company. The firm has developed a reputable business with state-of-the art equipment that provides suppliers and customers with the ability to purchase, collect, process, convert and resale recycled plastic. All regrinds and pellets, including PC, PC/ABS, ABS, Nylon, PBT, HPDE, PP, PVC, and TPO, are all tested and sold with guaranteed properties. Alandro has an ongoing inventory of resins that offers low-cost alternatives to end users.

American Baler
Bellvue, Ohio

Booth 423

American Baler Company is one of the oldest and most respected baler manufacturers in the world. The company manufactures a complete line of balers, enabling them to provide solutions to customers in a wide range of industries. These products include manual-tie and auto-tie single ram horizontal balers and two ram auto-tie balers for both low-volume and high-production applications. American Baler Company specializes in highly efficient balers that are designed to keep energy costs and baling wire consumption to a minimum.

American Chemistry Council
Washington, D.C.

Booth 626

The American Chemistry Council's Plastics Division represents leading companies dedicated to providing innovative solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow through plastics. Advances in plastics are helping Americans save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decrease waste. Because plastics are such a valuable resource, the Plastics Division is leading efforts to “reduce, reuse, recycle and recover” through outreach, education and access to advances in recycling technology.

American Cutting Edge, A Division of CB Mfg.
Miamisburg, Ohio

Booth 734

American Cutting Edge manufactures knives and blades used in a wide variety of industries from converting and packaging to primary plastics production and recycling. If a product needs to be cut during the manufacturing process, their technical expertise and manufacturing capacity can provide the cutting edge to do the job. The company’s goal is to produce knives specifically for application that perform at the highest levels considering the specified needs of the process. Whether the requirement is sharpness, toughness, long life or other unique features, American Cutting Edge can help to specifically craft a knife or blade that meets production needs.

AMUT Group
Novara, Italy   

Booth 223

Since 1958, Italy-based AMUT has manufactured custom-tailored solutions and turnkey plants in its four machinery and technology divisions: extrusion, thermoforming, recycling/printing and converting. AMUT Group is present in North America, Brazil and Southeast Asia. The company offers on-site service and a faster response to meet local demands. A highly specialized division is dedicated to the construction of recycling plants for PET/HDPE/PP bottles/containers and PE film.

Houston, Texas

Booth 425

AMVT LLC supplies optical color sorters for plastic application including color separation and material separation. The company has a wide range of sorters for a variety of throughput requirements and different type of materials (regrind, flake, pellet). AMVT will have an operational sorter at its PRC booth for live demonstration.

AR Recycling, LLC
Laceys Spring, Alabama 

Booth 104

AR Recycling is a solutions provider with a team of environmental specialists and enthusiasts working together to help reduce carbon footprint and increase awareness in industrial and consumer waste segments. With a combined experience of over 20 years in the field of recycling, the group deals in plastics, paper, metals, used clothing and industrial/consumer converted products. Started as primarily a North American trading company, the group ventured into warehousing and processing of materials in Alabama, and it is capable of collection, baling, shredding and grinding of materials, targeting the local industrial units and recycling centers. The group plans on multidimensional expansion within the recycling field and allied industries in the coming years.


Booth 213

The Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) is the “voice of plastics recycling.” As the international trade association representing the plastics recycling industry, membership includes independent recycling companies of all sizes, processing numerous resins, as well as consumer product companies, equipment manufacturers, testing laboratories, organizations and others committed to the success of plastics recycling. APR advocates the recycling of all plastics.

Atradius Trade Credit Insurance, Inc. (Atradius)
Hunt Valley, Maryland

Booth 628

Atradius provides trade credit insurance and collections services worldwide. The company’s services protect companies from payment risks associated with selling products and services on trade credit. Atradius forms part of Groupo Catalana Occidente (GCO.MC), one of the leading insurers in Spain and worldwide in credit insurance. Atradius has access to credit information on more than 240 million companies worldwide.

Avangard Innovative    
Houston, Texas 

Avangard Innovative is a premier sustainable solutions provider headquartered in Houston, Texas, with branch offices and operating plants located around the world. As one of the largest recyclers in North America and Latin America, the company offers full-service recycling solutions at all levels of the process. Its Natura Program assists clients in reaching zero waste initiatives, while providing the firm with a stream of raw material feedstock to process and market to clients for manufacturing purposes.

Avian Granulator
West Chicago, Illinois

Booth 124

Avian Machinery, LLC is a world class manufacturer of size reduction machinery for the plastic, rubber and recycling industries. Avian offers a wide variety of machines: low-, medium- and high-speed granulators, as well as pulverizers and shredders. Avian granulators and shredders are ideal for block, film, sheet, plastic and other specialized material including rubber. Currently, Avian customers include the automotive, electronic, chemical, recycling and packaging industries. Avian Machinery is an international supplier to the plastics industry.

Baerlocher USA
Cincinnati, Ohio

Booth 150

The Baerlocher Group is a leading manufacturer of additives for the plastics industry. Its portfolio includes a broad range of stabilizers and other additives suitable for a variety of polymer and non-polymer applications.

BALCON Enterprises, Inc.   
Elk Point, South Dakota

Booth 105

Helluva Container, a Balcon Enterprises company, is one of the largest providers of FIBC Bulk Bags and used Gaylord Boxes in the United States. The firm also buys used Gaylord boxes. The company has distribution locations across the country and is able to ship products for less.

Crown Point, Indiana

Booth 322

Balemaster manufactures heavy-duty horizontal balers for the recycling industry. The company’s balers are designed to bale all forms of recyclable materials, including OCC, ONP, aluminum cans and plastic bottles. All of the firm’s balers include various advanced features to provide maximum throughput capacity.  

Berga Recycling
Laval, Quebec

Berga Recycling is a world leader in the purchase and sale of recycled materials. Berga offers comprehensive recycling solutions, trading, logistics, consulting and installation services for all recycled products.

Berlyn ECM, Inc.
Worcester, Massachusetts

Booth 110

Berlyn ECM designs, engineers, and manufactures plastic processing equipment. Its product line consists of extruders, low bulk density feeders, screen changers, continuous filters, dies, water baths, air strippers, diverter valves, pelletizers, extrusion systems, reclaim systems, parts and service, screws and barrels for all brands, and rebuild/refurbish services. The Berlyn product line has been made in the United States since 1962. Known throughout the world, the Berlyn equipment is notably superior in quality and construction, attracting the attention of many leading manufacturers of sheet/film, elastomer, pipe, profile, and tubing, foam, wire and cable, compounding and reclaim looking for more from their investment.

BlackBridge Investments
Huntington, New York

Booth 316

BlackBridge Investments is a recycling brokerage with a unique focus: to change the way the industry works. The company is generating new efficiencies, cost savings and opportunities that offer new possibilities for the entire industry. BlackBridge specializes in buying and selling post-consumer plastic, paper and polyurethane foam scrap. The firm buys and sells worldwide and is seeking long-term relationships.

Blades Machinery Co.
Elk Grove Village, Illinois

Booth 340

Blades Machinery buys and sells all types of plastics processing equipment with a specialty in size reduction equipment. The company’s inventory consists of over 750 used granulators and shredders along with new Cumberland granulators and Vecoplan shredders. Blades Machinery is the largest granulator service center in the U.S. and can rebuild any make or model granulator. The company stocks knives and screens for all makes and models of granulators and have a state of the art knife sharpening center with four sharpening machines.

Brightview Resources Incorporated
Des Plaines, Illinois 

Brightview Resources Incorporated is a full-service (recycle, reprocess and export) plastic company located in the Midwest. The firm offers a wide range of post-industrial plastics, repo and virgin pellets. Brightview Resources produces pellets from plants in mainland China and Thailand, and sells the materials to customers in mainland China. Additionally, the company exports the materials from the U.S. to East Asia.

BritAS Recycling-Anlagen GmbH
Hessen, Germany

Booth 702

BritAS GmbH manufactures the ABMF series, an automatic belt melt filter. This machine enables regranulate quality to remain constantly high while the contamination is discharged out with a very low loss of melt. By an intermediate container for the melt, the upstream extruder is permanently running. The ABMF is automated, clean and has a high filtration fineness up to 50 micrometers.


Booth 712

Bruno Folcieri Srl has been manufacturing high quality granulators since 1947. The company's hallmark is large, high-capacity systems built for the most rigorous and challenging plastics in both post-consumer and post-industrial applications. It also manufactures low- to medium-capacity systems with the same robust quality and highest wear resistance, all with the finest attention to detail. This detail allows Bruno Folcieri to build custom innovative solutions for your particular needs. The company has partnered with Innovative Recycling Solutions, LLC to act as its exclusive North American agency for sales, marketing, spare parts and service.

Bühler Inc.   
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Booth 510

Bühler provides optical sorting solutions for plastic processing and recycling companies that demand the highest standards of purity and quality. The SORTEX range of optical sorters focuses on precision sorting, maximizing capacity and yield, and delivering a consistent performance. The SORTEX range meets individual requirements and is suitable for small, medium and large-scale processing. It is able to sort a variety of plastics; PET flakes, HDPE flakes, uPVC window regrind (off-cuts and post consumer), WEEE/ELV residue (wire recovery), PVB, PP, ABS, PS and plastic pellets, as well as color grouping to further maximize product value.   

Bulk Handling Systems (BHS)
Eugene, Oregon

Booth 630

BHS is a worldwide leader in the innovative design, engineering, manufacturing and installation of sorting systems and components for the plastics, solid waste recycling, waste-to-energy, and construction and demolition industries. Wholly-owned subsidiaries include Nihot (Amsterdam), NRT (Nashville, Tenn.) and Zero Waste Energy (Lafayette, Calif.). BHS is also the home of Max-AI technology, a breakthrough artificial intelligence that identifies materials, makes intelligent decisions and directs equipment such as robotic sorters. Clients around the globe choose BHS because of its experience, dedication to cutting-edge technology, quality construction and durability, and unmatched customer service. BHS has built some of the largest and most durable materials recovery facilities in the world – and they are achieving the highest throughput, recovery, and purity rates in the industry.

Bunting Magnetics Co.   
Newton, Kansas

Booth 709

Bunting Magnetics Co. is a one stop source for recycling equipment used in plastics recycling facilities. For shredder, grinder or granulator OEM companies that are preparing a system to provide customers a more complete or turnkey system, Bunting Magnetics Co. can contribute the separation equipment needed to complete the job. Additionally, the company’s engineering team produces the models and drawings to drop into systems to ensure a smooth project completion.

Butler-MacDonald, Inc
Indianapolis, Indiana

Booth 450

Butler-MacDonald offers plastic recycling services that enable the recovery of high-quality polymers from plastics or parts that most companies would consider unusable. The company takes plastic that has been contaminated, poorly recycled or scrapped, and it delivers polymers that can be manufactured into a wide variety of applications. Whether the company recycles a client's waste plastic or provides a client with high-quality polymer extracted from other plastic sources, using Butler-MacDonald is far less costly than starting every production run with a batch of new resin.

Canuck Compounders Inc.
Cambridge, Ontario

Booth 535

Canuck Compounders Inc. has over 35 years of custom compounding experience, and its current manufacturing capacity exceeds 40 million pounds annually. The company is committed to supplying product and services that meet both the expectations and needs of customers. Through extensive development capabilities, Canuck Compounders’ mission is to manufacture materials with the highest combination of performance, processing and cost efficiency.

Caltex Polymers
Hauppauge, New York

Booth 650

Caltex Polymers Inc is a worldwide exporter and trader of all grades of plastic scrap and offspec resin. The company has been in business for over 32 years and specializes in handling truckload quantities of plastic scrap throughout the world. Caltex can set up a specialized recycling program for any company and position trailers at customer facilities. Caltex handles all grades of plastics, including hard-to-move items and in all forms and shapes.

CH Robinson
Omaha, Nebraksa

Booth 525

Founded in 1905, C.H. Robinson is one of the world's largest third-party logistics providers, with gross revenues of $13.1 billion in 2016. The firm provides freight transportation and logistics, outsource solutions, produce sourcing and information services to 110,000 customers through a network of offices in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. To meet customers’ freight needs, C.H. Robinson provides access to 68,000 transportation providers worldwide, including contract motor carriers, railroads, air freight carriers and ocean carriers.

Champion Polymer Recycling
Winchester, Kentucky

Booth 336

Champion Polymer Recycling has a complete recycling network in place for efficient plastic processing. Located in Winchester, Kentucky, Champion is one of the top users of post-industrial and post-consumer recycled plastic in the United States to meet the manufacturing needs of our parent company, Infiltrator Water Technologies, LLC.  Recycled material streams represents 85 to 90 percent of the company’s total resin usage. Infiltrator Water Technologies, LLC manufactures a complete line of products for the onsite wastewater industry such as septic tanks and accessories, leach field products including gravelless chambers and geo-synthetic aggregate products.

Chesapeake Materials
Edgewater, Maryland

Chesapeake Materials is a full-service recycler focused on building partnerships in recycling.  Whether you are a manufacturer, recycler or other business that uses or generates plastic, Chesapeake Materials offers creative and cost-effective solutions for plastic raw material.  The company builds large-volume, ongoing programs to supply manufacturers while helping support, fund and grow their suppliers’ operations. It's headquartered in Maryland, and is building partnerships globally.

China Resource Recycling Association International Cooperation Committee
Beijing, China  

Booth 141

China Resource Recycling Association International Cooperation Committee (CRRA-ICC) was established by the country's Ministry of Civil Affairs in August 2007 and is the subsidy of the China Resource Recycling Association, which has more than 500 members, representing 10,000 recycling companies in China. Members include manufacturers, processors, brokers and industrial consumers of scrap commodities, including plastics, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, paper, electronics, rubber, glass and textiles.

China Scrap Plastics Association
Beijing, China

Booth 117

CSPA is a nonprofit organization representing the plastics recycling industry in China. CSPA has significant influence in bridging the gap in communications between the industry and the Chinese government. Apart from serving as a platform for facilitating communications amongst its members and members with overseas enterprises, CSPA also connects the plastics recycling industry with other sectors and with the government. Its main activity is the Oversea Market Tour and ChinaReplas. ChinaReplas is the largest and most professional conference and exhibition covering the plastics recycling industry in China.

CieTrade Systems, Inc.
Stamford, Connecticut

Booth 611

CieTrade is a global provider of business and financial software for recycling companies, scrap and commodity traders. The company offers desktop and cloud-based solutions that help clientele increase competitiveness by successfully integrating best practices and industry-specific knowledge with innovative technologies and methods. CieTrade’s worldwide customer base ranges from small recycling plants and scrap brokers to large multinational trading houses and top exporters.

Circular Polymers
Wilmette, Illinois

Booth 738

Circular Polymers converts post-consumer carpet into fiber and pellet. The company also produces post-consumer calcium carbonate in different grades. The firm offers PET, PP and Nylon 66.

Clear Path Recycling
Fayetteville, North Carolina

Booth 200

Clear Path Recycling recycles post-consumer PET bottles to produce recycled PET (RPET) flake and byproducts.

CMG Granulators & Shredders    
Clio, Michigan

Booth 701

CMG is a manufacturer and distributor of granulators and single-shaft shredders which are impeccably designed and quality controlled to assure an excellent return of investment. CMG offers equipment and solutions for tough regrind challenges. The company distributes worldwide and has a North American tech center in Michigan. The tech center offers equipment demonstrations, application trial grinds, part inventory and granulator-shredder stock.

Common Sense Solutions, Inc.    
Montclair, New Jersey

Booth 202

Common Sense Solutions, Inc. provides engineering and consulting services to the plastics recycling industry, including: new and used equipment specification and selection, process design and improvement and complete project management. The firm has particular expertise in PET, HDPE, film and EPS recycling systems. Additionally, the company designs recycling systems for more uncommon packaging.    

Container Recycling Institute   
Culver City, California 

Booth 724

Container Recycling Institute's mission is to make North America a global model for the collection and quality recycling of packaging materials.   

Converge Engineering LLC
Roseville, California

Booth 420

Converge Engineering LLC. is a leader in providing conveyors and complete processing equipment solutions for plastics, metals, waste and electronics recycling. Converge Engineering’s diverse array of talents include consulting, system integration, 3D-point cloud scanning, 3D drafting, mechanical engineering, electrical and controls design, UL Listed control panel manufacturing, metal fabrication and project management to offer a single point of accountability with deep operational experience.

Cross Wrap
Siilinjärvi, Finland

Booth 746

Cross Wrap designs and builds the CW Dewiring, the CW 2200 Bale Wrapper and the CW Direct Bale Wrapper machines for the plastics recycling and processing industries. Fully automatic and built to last, Cross Wrap machines ensure high-capacity processing of recycled plastic materials while also dramatically improving employee safety. Cross Wrap also provides the lowest machine operating cost in the industry.

CTC Plastics
Dayton, Ohio

Booth 338

CTC Plastics is a minority-owned ISO certified company. The company specializes in custom compounding of commodity grade recycled certified automotive resins and general purpose resins. Additionally, CTC’s wide range of capabilities include compression and injection molding. The company is one of the largest manufacturers of strong, lightweight thermoplastic composite pallets, offering both heavy duty reusable and lightweight export single use plastic pallets made from 100 percent recycled plastic.

Cumberland / AEC   
New Berlin, Wisconsin 

Booth 529

Founded in 1939, Cumberland boasts a tradition of engineering excellence for its granulators and shredders. Cumberland Granulators and Shredders deliver efficient and reliable size reduction solutions for a wide range of industries. AEC’s roots date back to 1957, and has established itself as the go-to solutions provider supplying temperature control, process cooling, blending, drying, conveying and size reduction applications in the plastic processing, food and pharmaceutical industries.

Custom Polymers, Inc.   
Charlotte, North Carolina

Booth 504

Custom Polymers, Inc. is one of the largest recyclers and reprocessors of all types and forms of post-industrial and post-consumer plastic scrap in North America. A team of experienced professionals, a solid financial base and a dedication to customer service have helped Custom Polymers, Inc. develop and maintain long-term partnerships with both buyers and suppliers worldwide. The firm is a proud member of the Association of Plastic Recyclers.

Pawtuck, Connecticut

Booth 602

Davis‐Standard is a global leader in the design, development and distribution of extrusion and converting technology. The firm’s systems include more than 10 product lines to support manufacturing applications and customers within every major industry. This includes the agriculture, automotive, construction, health care, energy, electronics, food and beverage packaging, and retail industries, among others. With more than 950 employees worldwide, the company is committed to engineering and manufacturing equipment that is cost-effective, environmentally friendly and offers a high ROI. Davis-Standard’s reclaim technologies include Merritt Davis, Sterling Extruder, Hartig, Egan, Gloucester and Black-Clawson.

Dimex Corporation
Marietta, Ohio

Booth 208

With over 25 years as an industry-leading manufacturer, Dimex blends innovation, expertise and sustainability as one of the only producers of both reprocessed compounds and consumer, contracto, and OEM products. As one of the largest reprocessors of plastic materials, the company's comprehensive capabilities allow it to provide the highest performing reprocessed flexible PVC and TPE/TPV compounds and the top-quality finished products. Dimex provides standard and customized solutions for manufacturers that require first-class compounds and service. It has one of the most modern compound manufacturing facilities in the U.S. with the flexibility to develop unique blends for large and small manufacturers.

DMS Recycling
Mount Vernon, Ohio

Booth 341

DMS Recycling LLC specializes in post-industrial plastic brokering, re-processing and recycling. Their processing and warehouse facility is located in Ohio, where they offer a wide variety of value-added services for industrial plastics, including shredding, grinding, labor-intensive separations and material baling. They also provide storage service on request. The company is able to analyze customers' plastic waste material stream or locate a quality ongoing recycled content stream for product needs. Their main products include plastic regrind ABS, PP, HDPE, NYLON, PMMA, PET, PC, PS, LDPE FILM and Aluminum, Brass, etc.  Their brokering and direct sales contacts include both domestic and overseas opportunities.

Dock 7 Materials Group, LLC   
Red Bank, New Jersey

Booth 325

Dock 7 Materials Group, LLC is a global business dealing in plastic scrap, e-scrap and commodities. The company’s primary materials include agricultural, post-consumer and post-industrial plastics. Dock 7 is proud to have clients around the world, in addition to processing capabilities in Southeast Asia. The company has technical expertise in the materials sold and arranges both small and large shipments. Additionally, the firm specializes in the agricultural plastics sector and deals in all types used for farming, irrigation, transport and packing. Dock 7 is seeking potential partners for new recycling projects dealing with these materials in North America.

DongGuan Armost Recycling-Tech. Co., Ltd.   
GuangDong, China

Booth 740

DongGuan Armost Recycling-Tech. Co., Ltd. was founded in 2013, focusing on plastics recycling solutions. Integrating the whole system, the company offers innovation for dust removal, washing, and silicon and rubber separation. It also specializes in the electrostatic separation process. The company was a winner of Ringier Technology Innovation Awards in 2016 and 2017.

Dongguan Haibao Machinery Technology Co., LTD.
GuangDong, China

Booth 129

Dongguan Haibao Machinery Technology is a factory in China, and it specializes in plastics separation equipment. The electrostatic plastics separator can separate ABS/PS/PP, HDPE/PP,  PC/PA, PC/PMMA, PET/PVC and more. In addition, the company's rubber separator can sort silicone/rubber from hard plastics.

Dongguan Wandful Green-Tech Co., Ltd.
GuangDong, China

Booth 132

Wandful supplies electrostatic separation systems for WEEE plastic. The company has several years of experience and has expertise in providing solutions to sort e-scrap plastics via electric static and elastic particle removal. Thanks to the equipment's robust design and excellent quality, the system has been well-received in China and Southeast Asia. The company has also sold systems to buyers in European countries, Japan and elsewhere.

Dorstener Wire Tech
Spring, Texas 

Booth 623

Dorstener Wire Tech (DWT) specializes in high performance polymer filtration components and extruder screens for many applications. DWT helps design and engineer filtration products that enhance throughput and reduce process cost without sacrificing quality. DWT has a vast manufacturing profile and a full range of production capabilities in Houston as well as sister companies in Europe and Asia. It produces all types of polymer filters, including but not limited to: simple extruder screens, spot weld packs, frame packs, cylindrical elements, pleated candle elements, auto-screen belts and other continuous melt filtration products.

Eagle Vizion    
Sherbrooke, Quebec

Booth 622

Eagle Vizion, founded in 2006, had the vision of making optical sorting accessible to all sectors of the waste and post-consumer industry. The company’s purpose is to make machines that are flexible and adaptable to customer’s needs. Eagle Vizion’s NIR optical sorters are designed to detect and separate different types of materials such as PET, HDPE natural, HDPE Color, PVC, PP, PS and more. Eagle Vizion sells machinery either directly to the end user or through a qualified systems integrator.

Eastman Chemical Company
Kingsman, Tennessee

Booth 722

Eastman is a global advanced materials and specialty additives company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. Within its specialty plastics business, Eastman sells resins in pellet form that molders and extruders process into literally hundreds of end uses. The Eastman Embrace family of resin is extruded into shrink film used as beverage, food, and personal care shrink labels. Eastman works with customers to deliver innovative products and solutions, while maintaining a commitment to safety and sustainability. As a globally diverse company, Eastman serves customers in approximately 100 countries and employs approximately 14,000 people.

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Booth 214

Ecopuro is a research and development company focused on advanced materials technology development. The company’s goal is licensing Ecopuro’s breakthrough technologies with leading companies in each industry in a defined geographical region, giving our partners a significant advantage over their competition.

eFactor3, LLC/MAS America
Pineville, North Carolina

Booth 439

Headquartered in the greater Charlotte area, eFACTOR3, LLC brings together a keen understanding of environmental, engineering and equipment issues. The company offers a variety of machines for pre-shredding, screening, sifting, shredding, cleaning, granulating and extrusion, along with conveying and separation equipment, systems integration and installation.The company also represents MAS and their innovative plastics processing and recycling equipment. The MAS product portfolio focuses on high quality end products and energy efficiency and includes three main components: extruders, continuous disc filtration and dry cleaning systems, including the world’s first, conical, co-rotating twin screw extruder based on new conical technology (NCT).

EFS-Plastics Inc
Listowel, Ontario

Booth 636

EFS-Plastics is a leading manufacturer of 100% post-consumer recycled (PCR) resins, with manufacturing plants in Listowel, Ontario and Hazleton, Pa. They offer high quality 100 percent PCR LDPE for blown film extrusion, PP for injection molding, HDPE for blow molding and extrusion. All of their resins are certified for 100 percent PCR content.

Elkem Silicones
East Brunswick, New Jersey

Booth 804

Elkem Silicones is one of the world's leading fully integrated silicone manufacturers. With over 50 years of experience, the company offers a wide variety of silicone products. Elkem Silicones has introduced a new line of SILCOLAPSE brand foam control additives that provides broad utility at various temperatures and pH levels for plastics recycling applications. These products are domestically-produced and deliver excellent performance at competitive prices.

Emerald Pacific Resources
Houston, Texas

Booth 422

Emerald Pacific is a high-volume, full-service supplier of recycled plastic resins. The firm has offices, warehouses and processing facilities in the U.S. and Mexico. The varied location of offices allows the company to efficiently provide quality assured materials to a diverse manufacturing client base.

Lebanon, Oregon

Booth 524

ENTEK is a U.S.-based manufacturer of turnkey production extrusion systems, twin-screw extruders, and components. The company is a leading supplier of extrusion technology for natural fiber-plastic composites, pelletizing, custom compounding, specialty sheet lines, food and medical applications. ENTEK’s highly trained engineering department helps companies optimize production and the company’s turnkey expertise helps customers establish complete plant-wide operations, often from the ground up.

EREMA North America, Inc.
Ipswich, Massachusetts

Booth 301

EREMA North America, Inc. is a subsidiary of EREMA GmbH, the leading global manufacturer of plastic recycling systems and components. The North American arm offers a U.S.-based spare parts inventory, technical support and a state-of-the-art demonstration facility featuring the latest technology and innovations.

Erie, Pennsylvania

Booth 408

Eriez manufactures equipment that removes metal from plastics to improve product purity, protect valuable equipment and increase production uptime. The company's eddy current separators remove aluminum, brass and copper from plastic, delivering the highest purity and yield. In addition, its metal detectors and separators protect shredders and granulators from all types of metals and remove metal from regrind. Eriez vibratory feeders and screeners convey and screen materials with accuracy and quick changeovers, and the company's PolyMag process enables the separation of mixed resin regrind for post-industrial recycling. Eriez is known for making the most powerful rare earth magnetic separators, which are produced in 12 plant locations worldwide.

Ettlinger North America LP   
Tyrone, Georgia

Booth 500

Ettlinger North America LP offers a unique line of continuous melt filters to recyclers, compounders, and sheet, fiber and strapping processors in North America. The company's ERF melt filters are the industry standard for processing materials with large amounts of contamination such as paper, wood, aluminum, silicone, rubber and high melt polymers. Ettlinger's ECO melt filters, with capability to 60 microns, are perfect for PET sheet, fiber, strapping and even fines. With all sales, service and spare parts located in Atlanta, the company is dedicated to its North American clients.

Evergreen Plastics
Clyde, Ohio

Booth 440

Evergreen Plastics was founded in 1998 by Polychem Corporation and is a PET bottle recycling facility that uses state of the art technology to convert baled PET bottles into food grade flakes and pellets. Since its inception, Evergreen Plastics has used curbside baled PET as the main source of raw material; diverting millions of pounds of material from the landfills monthly and converting it to flakes, pellets and strapping for the packaging industry. All Evergreen Plastics products are environmentally friendly as they are made using 100 percent recycled PET.

Everun Company
Chino Hills, California

Booth 137

Everun Company Inc. is the end user for plastic scrap manufacturing repro and pellets. Their plants are located in Malaysia and China, and they also have purchase offices in Los Angeles and Hong Kong. By also shipping to South Korea, Africa and Southeast Asia countries, Everun buys a variety of materials (which can be in combo load).
HDPE: drum, bucket, pipe, jug, sheet, purge, film, drip hose, drip tape, IBC, pesticide container, pellet, crate, pallet, etc. LDPE: A film, B film, rolls, salt bag, greenhouse film, purge, resin, off spec resin, floor sweep. PP: corrugated, bottle, crate, resin, natural film.
PS: trays, spools, purge, yogurt cup. ABS:purge, sheet, regrind, etc. PC: water bottle, runners, purge, sheet, etc.

Evonik Corporation    
North Chesterfield, Virginia

Booth 603

Evonik is a world leader in developing and supplying specialty chemicals for many industries, working closely with customers to develop innovative products that solve real world issues. In the plastics industry, Evonik's driving force is to add value to polymers.  Evonik’s TEGO Sorb product line features several odor-absorbing chemistries that are effective at controlling a wide range of odors in recycled materials, polyolefins and rubber compounds. 

Exxel Polymers Inc.    
Bromont, Quebec

Booth 127

Exxel Polymers is a recycler, compounder and distributor of plastic raw material. The company processes post-industrial regrind and reprocessed pellets. Additionally, the firm buys and sells PP, PE, PS, PC and ABS.

Falcon Papers & Plastics
Avenel, New Jersey

Booth 101

Falcon Papers and Plastics specializes in recycling and converting quality post-industrial and post-consumer material. The company has grown to serve paper and plastic recycling needs on a global scale, becoming one of the dominant recycling companies in North America. It recently acquired a plant in Green Bay, Wisc., which serves as the company's converting and recycling unit.

Federal Equipment Company    
Cleveland, Ohio

Booth 705

Federal Equipment Company, the trusted name in used processing equipment, provides reliable used industrial and process equipment at competitive prices for pharmaceutical, packaging, chemical, plastics and rubber, food and beverage, and similar processing industries. From its headquarters in Cleveland, Federal Equipment Company delivers reliable machinery at a fraction of the cost and lead time of new equipment.

Felplast Inc.
Dalton, Georgia

Booth 100

Felplast Inc is a post-industrial plastics recycling business operating in Dalton, Ga. since 2006. The company is committed to repurpose waste back into the original products and oftentimes into unrelated products, contributing to the improvement of the environment through recycling. In time, Felplast Inc has created solid relationships with industry leading manufacturers and also temporary relationships with smaller companies for individual projects. In addition to suppliers and customers throughout the United States, the company’s years of international business experience has opened doors to a global marketplace that includes Mexico, Italy, China and India to name a few.

Fimic SRL   
Carmignano di Brenta, Italy

Booth 801

Fimic is dedicated to the production of machineries for melt filtration in the plastic recycling field. The firm offers three types of automatic and continuous filters for a screening process without the need of an operator. Fimic entered the plastic recycling field during the production of guillotines, which the company still produces with an offer of highly customized equipment.

Firstar Fiber, Inc.
Omaha, Nebraska

Booth 736

First Star Recycling, in its 21st year of business,  operates Nebraska’s largest MRF in Omaha and a baling plant in Lincoln. Between the two and its brokerage service, First Star processes and markets over 100,000 tons annually drawn from residential and commercial generators from throughout the Midwest.  In October 2016 Omaha and surrounding communities and First Star became the country’s first to permanently adopt the Hefty EnergyBag program to divert hard-to-recycle plastics from landfills. Residential and commercial generators participate in the program by purchasing the special orange bags to collect a wide range of not-readily recyclable plastics, e.g., chip and snack bags. This program has enabled First Star to divert these hard-to-recycle plastics from landfill, by instead sending the filled orange bags to be used as a feedstock for plastic lumber or as an alternative fuel source, and as a heat source for making cement.

Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc.    
Independence, Kentucky

Booth 204

Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. is a manufacturer of decanter centrifuges, separators, belt presses and processing systems. The company has more than 60 years of experience building mechanical solid-liquid separation equipment, and has installed over 10,000 machines worldwide. The firm’s patented Flottweg Sorticanter ensures economical recycling by separating different types of plastic on the basis of different densities. Numerous Flottweg Sorticanter machines are used all over the world in various applications.

Fosimpe SL
Valverde del Majano, Spain

Booth 537

Since 2005, Fosimpe SL has been one of the leading collectors and suppliers of recycled plastics in Spain, America, Asia and various other European countries. The firm has the highest quality standards and received ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and AQSIQ. The company’s main products include ABS, HDPE, LDPE, PC, PET, PP, PS, WEEE and other engineering plastics. Fosimpe SL has established a relationship with most of the key players in the Asian market and has a permanent office in Shanghai.

Fukutomi Recycling Ltd
Kwai Chung, N.T., Hong Kong

Booth 236

Fukutomi's vision is to reduce landfilling and carbon emissions through recycling of post-consumer and agricultural plastic scrap waste. The company’s ultimate goal is to reprocess scrap waste to recycled materials for different industrial applications in order to achieve a circular economy.


Booth 710

Gamma Meccanica is a global leader in the recycling equipment market, promoting green equipment extrusion solutions for reprocessing low-bulk density, heavily printed and high-residual-moisture plastic materials using turnkey, force-feed, cutter-compactor and conventional reclaim systems. The company offers sales, service, installation, spare parts and consulting in North America through its exclusive agency, Innovative Recycling Solutions, LLC.

GDB International Inc.
New Brunswick, New Jersey

Booth 315

GDB international, Inc. differentiates itself from other trading companies by actually owning and operating fully integrated plastic scrap facilities. The company specializes in upgrading mixed and cross-contaminated streams of scrap, and all material undergoes rigorous quality inspection, followed by sorting, upgrading and baling at company-operated facilities. Additionally, GDB recently installed a 300 kilowatt solar panel at its New Jersey facility to fulfill all electrical power needs and a sophisticated dual-ram horizontal baler to improve production.

Genox USA
Crystal River, Florida

Booth 442

Genox has developed an extensive range of technically advanced machinery for the processing of plastics, tires, scrap steel and e-waste. The company recognizes that high levels of accuracy and consistency, attention to detail, and consideration of customer feedback are requirements in today's market. The wide range of equipment offerings from Genox, along with innovative designs for reliability and ease of maintenance, sets the firm apart from its competition. Those factors, coupled with attentive service to customers and highly affordable prices, make Genox USA a company with whom you can partner for all of your size-reduction needs.

Global Polymers LLC
Louisville, Kentucky

Booth 131

With over 17 years of experience in plastics recycling, Global Polymers has the knowledge and expertise to help customers meet their goals in the area of social and environmental responsibility, carbon footprint reduction, and closed loop recycling.  Global Polymers recycles thousands of tons of material each year, creating new markets and saving valuable resources. The company's mission is to provide sustainable solutions for clients. As a leader in formulation and manufacturing of recycled plastic resin and regrind, the management system of Global Polymers has been registered to ISO 9001.

Matthews, North Carolina

Booth 523

With more than 30 years of experience and over 60 patents, Gneuss has made a name for itself as a supplier of innovative solutions for the plastics industry. The company offers filtration Technology, measurement technology and processing technology. Its fully automatic rotary filtration systems and screen changers operate continuously, fully automatic and pressure constant. Its environmentally friendly measurement technology products include the mercury-free NTX series of pressure transducers and temperature sensors that meet highest requirements. The innovative multi-rotation system extruder MRS offers new possibilities in devolatilization, allowing the processing of undried and uncrystallized PET bottle flakes directly into high quality end products.

GP: 50 Melt Pressure
Grand Island, New York

Booth 634

The GP:50 Melt Pressure division manufactures quality melt pressure sensors, transducers, transmitters and instrumentation for measurement and control of plastics extrusion and injection molding. GP:50 melt pressure instruments are known for quality, high accuracy and reliable performance.

Green Line Polymers    
Findlay, Ohio

Booth 424

Green Line Polymers is a dependable resource for the disposal of high density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic scrap material. The company purchases a variety of HDPE plastic scrap to be used in the manufacturing of N-12 MEGA GREEN products, which are produced by its parent company, Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. From high-molecular weight to injection grade polyethylene, Green Line Polymers offers a range of recycling options.

Greenovative Solutions Inc.
Montreal, Quebec

Booth 802

Greenovative Solutions Inc. is a third-generation recycling company founded by a diverse team of experts specializing in plastics and paper. Based in Montreal, the company's vast network expands into Europe, South Asia and North America. The Montreal location operates a grinding facility while the South Asian pelletizing facilities are ISO 14001 certified and fully equipped to transform recovered plastics in accordance with environmental regulations. The company's team utilizes generations of experience, connections and resources to divert waste away from the landfill.

Gulfstream Recycling    
Boca Raton, Florida

Booth 704

Specializing in plastics, Gulfstream is a full service recycling and environmental company with over 30 years of industry experience. The company designs and implements recycling programs for a number of national retail and distribution chains as well as countless national, regional and local municipal, paper, metal and plastics recyclers around the country. Beyond handling all grades and forms of plastics, Gulfstream also sells recycling equipment.

Penzberg, Germany

Booth 437

Through years of research and development, hamos has positioned itself as one of the leaders of the materials separation industry. Hamos’ unique electrostatic separation system has not only opened the door to new applications previously thought impossible but has also improved the performance of previous material separation processes.

HC International Industry Inc.
Little Neck, New York

Booth 122

HC International is a collector and distributor of recycled plastic materials that was established in April 2014 in New York City. The company aims to create a green, productive environment, and the team has more than 10 years of experience working in the recycled plastic distribution sector. It also operates a warehouse in China, where the firm has a great deal of experience and a good reputation. HC International has a professional material analysis and marketing team to support the company. It sells all kinds of LDPE film, off-grade pellet, POM unfilled regrind, nylon6/66 unfilled or GF regrind, airbags and even nylon parts. It also handles PMMA extrusion; HDPE drums, pipes or other blowing and injection model; PET bottle grade material, trays, strapping, purge and more; ABS regrind, especially material rejected from domestic deals; PP supersacks, trays and regrind; PS trays, regrind and EPS; PC sheet, water bottles, regrind and powder; PMMA sheet, regrind; PVC; and much more.

Herbold USA   
North Smithfield, Rhode Island

Booth 240

Herbold USA is a world leader in the design, manufacturing and installation of size reduction equipment for the plastics and recycling industries. The company’s products are used in both traditional and innovative applications, including: granulators, shredders, pulverizers, plastcompactors, wash lines, thermal dryers and fully integrated systems.

Hosokawa Polymer Systems
Berlin, Connecticut

Booth 434

Hosokawa Polymer Systems manufacturers granulators, film/fiber recovery, dedusting/separation and recycling systems. The company offers granulators from 3 to 600 HP, covering injection and blow molding, extrusion, film and more. Additionally, the firm offers dedusting systems and air separators which are used for fines removal, fiber separation and other applications. Through standard or custom configurations, Hosokawa Polymer Systems' granulators and systems can handle production requirements from the routine to the most challenging.

Howard Alloy Inc.
Markham, Ontario

Booth 143

Howard Alloy Inc. specializes in hard-facing materials and cemented carbide inserts, including shredder cutters. It serves customers with timely delivery and consistent quality in North America.

ICE Recycling, LLC
Lake City, South Carolina

Booth 638

Industrial Conservation Engineering (ICE) re-processes post-industrial textile and plastic polymers, cardboard, paper and metals for companies throughout North America. The company provides customized on-site waste stream management, off-site reprocessing, waste reporting, product destruction, vendor consolidation and consulting services. ICE engineers turnkey recycling solutions for the industry, including zero-to-landfill services.

Idealservice Soc Coop 
Pasian di Prato, Italy

Booth 203

For 25 years, Idealservice has been a leader in the development and management of waste collection and sorting plants. Idealservice is able to recycle over 42,000 tons per year of residual mixed plastics after the sorting process. Specifically, it produces Blupolymer Granule, a blend of thermoplastic polyolefins obtained by the extrusion process. The main components are polyethylene and polypropylene and can be used as a bitumen modifier for waterproof membrane or road paving as well as material in either the extrusion process or injection molding.

IHS Markit
Washington, D.C.

Booth 226

IHS Markit offers regional and global analysis that deliver a comprehensive view of world markets for plastics and polymers, from upstream feedstocks to downstream applications. Manufacturers, purchasers, strategic planners, traders, financial analysts and end-users gain the essential insight and information needed to optimize resources, maximize profits and make sound business decisions.

Indorama Ventures Sustainable Solutions, LLC
Athens, Alabama

Booth 604

Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited is committed to sustainability and clearly understands how environmental, social and economic issues fit together. This serves as the foundation of the company's overall business strategy and is demonstrated in its vision, mission and values statements in order to be recognized as one of the world’s leading chemical producers.

Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries
Washington, D.C.

Booth 413

The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI) is the "Voice of the Recycling Industry." ISRI and its 21 chapters represent approximately 1,300 companies operating in nearly 4,000 locations in the U.S. and 34 countries worldwide that process, broker, and consume scrap commodities, including metals, paper, plastics, glass, rubber, electronics, and textiles. With headquarters in Washington, D.C., ISRI provides education, advocacy, safety and compliance training, and promotes public awareness of the vital role recycling plays in the U.S. economy, global trade, the environment and sustainable development. Generating $117 billion annually in U.S. economic activity, the scrap recycling industry provides more than half a million Americans with good jobs.

International Packaging Company, LLC
Harvey, Louisiana

Booth 647

International Packaging Co, LLC was established in 1991 as a dealer in used blow molding equipment. After being dormant for a period of time, IPC re-established itself as a provider of used equipment to companies in the plastics industry in February 2002. IPC added injection molding and auxiliary equipment to its product offering. IPC has helped a large number of customers procure the equipment that meets their very specific needs, on a timely basis, and with a high level of personal service. IPC offers a number of products and services to its customers including: buying and selling used equipment, partially or fully rebuilt equipment, complete plant liquidations, consultation regarding equipment valuation.

iSustain Inc.
Soddy Daisy, Tennessee

Booth 521

iSustain Recycling’s main focus is to provide sustainable solutions for clientele. The company understands that to be successful in this industry, it must remain versatile, agile and multifaceted at all times. iSustain recycles all grades and forms of plastics, paper, textiles and metal. Additionally, the company offers solutions for organic waste, traditional waste and waste-to-energy. The firm is driven by a passion to increase recycling rates and to succeed for customers in areas where others may have failed in the past. iSustain is certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.

James Brinkley Company
Seattle, Washington

Booth 541

The James Brinkley Company has been a leading manufacturer of material handling equipment for the pulp and paper industry for almost 80 years, with 15 years experience in the plastics recycling industry. The company specializes in building guillotines to cut or break up a bale of plastic scrap, along with bale wire coilers that accumulate and form manageable coils of bale wire.

JC Plastics   
Tlajomulco, Jalisco Mexico

Booth 230

Established in 2000, JC Plastics merchandises virgin resins, recycled post-industrial and post-consumer plastics, and various other collection services.

Jet Polymer Recycling, Inc.   
Fort Payne, Alabama

Booth 820

Jet Polymer Recycling is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company. The firm has been in the industry for over 50 years, offering integrated waste management, recycling and raw material solutions. This includes thermoplastic recycling. Jet Polymer Recycling has multiple locations that produce custom compounds as well as recycled pellets suitable for injection molding, extrusion and compounding. The company creates measurable value and drives sustainable growth with a tailored suite of services, equipment and products.

Jordan Reduction Solution
Birmingham, Alabama

Booth 309

Jordan Reduction Solutions leads the way as one of the oldest established manufacturers of industrial shredders, grinders and granulators in the United States. With over 160 years of continuous service, the company has supplied quality size reduction equipment to facilities processing plastic, rubber, paper, metals, composites and other diverse materials.

JW Industrial Polymers LLC
Villa Rica, Georgia

Booth 103

JW Industrial Polymers LLC specializes in procuring, sorting and grinding industrial scrap plastic, including PA, PMMA, ABS, POM, PC, MS and more. This includes raw materials such as PC/ABS, flame retardant ABS, reinforced nylon and modified granulation distribution. The company's production line specializes in plastic and metal separation, and it utilizes twin-screw extruders at its plants in China and Thailand. JW runs a complete chain for procuring and processing for the Chinese market, relying on a skilled team team that has experience in the production and modification sectors as well as in automotive engineering plastics. The company is looking to purchase a recycling plant mainly in automotive engineering grade.

Kal-Polymers a Division of Kal-Trading Inc.
Mississauga, Ontario

Booth 716

Kal-Polymers, a division of Kal-Trading Inc., is a large custom compounder of recycled resins. The company processes scrap into reusable regrind and reprocessed pellets. The firm buys post-industrial plastic scrap through long term scrap management programs, spot purchases for compounding needs and offers cost saving solutions in the form of compounded pellets/regrinds. Kal-Polymers also has the capability to process pellets from scrap auto parts, films, sheets, skeletons, trims, fluff, fines/powder, purge and drools with paint, print, barrier, lamination, co-extruded and coated.

Kice Industries
Wichita, Kansas

Booth 637

Kice Industries, Inc. manufactures a complete line of bulk handling equipment, including Kice Multi-Aspirators for separating dust, fines, labels, angel hair and snake skin from virgin and regrind plastics. The Kice Multi-Aspirator will de-dust all types of plastic regrind and pellets. Other Kice equipment includes granulator evacuation systems, dust control equipment, vacuums, positive pressure conveying systems, and railcar loading and unloading systems.

Kongskilde Industries USA Inc.
Normal, Illinois

Booth 538

Kongskilde Industries, Inc. is a manufacturer of equipment designed to separate and pneumatically convey recyclable plastics and paper from waste. The company processes the removal of dusts and fines, leaving recyclable material for reuse.

Senden, Germany

Booth 441

Kreyenborg has been a global partner and solution provider to the plastic industry for more than 50 years. In addition to innovative turnkey solutions for bulk material handling, the core competence of Kreyenborg comes in the fields of drying, crystallization, storage, mixing, conveying and dosing of plastics. Its latest innovation includes an FDA Non Objection Letter for the KREYENBORG IR Clean system for the decontamination of PET post-consumer flakes for use in food packaging applications.

Krones Inc
Franklin, Wisconsin

Booth 321

Krones is a leading global manufacturer for fully integrated packaging and bottling line systems, as well as plastics recycling systems. The company’s products include a comprehensive portfolio of PET bottle stretch blow molders, labelers, fillers and conveying systems. It also offers leading-edge technical knowledge of PET packaging design. Sustainability is a core principle that has been the catalyst for the development of Krones plastics recycling systems. The firm supplies turnkey solutions for PET recycling, bottle sortation, wash lines and solid stating bottle-to-bottle modules, as well as polyolefin washing systems

KTI, Inc.
Minnetonka, Minnesota

Booth 205

KTI is a non-asset based domestic and international transportation broker. The company specializes in arranging truckload, less than truckload, drayage, rail, and intermodal shipments throughout its large network of contracted carriers.


Booth 639

Kuraray is a global leader in the production of EVOH (ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer) resins. An EVAL barrier layer helps food producers and packaging converters make packaging more efficient by decreasing waste while conserving energy and resources.

KW Plastics Recycling
Troy, Alabama

Booth 515

KW Plastics is the international leader for HDPE and PP recycled resins. With over 100 million pounds in silo and storage equipment and 1 billion pounds in production capacity, KW Plastics boasts the world’s largest capacities for recycling. The company purchases post-consumer rigid HDPE (including bulky) as well as rigid and flexible PP bales throughout North America. As a post-consumer resin supplier to the personal care, automotive, agriculture, construction, pipe, paint and coatings, recreation, and flexible packaging/sheet applications industries, KW Plastics' quality HDPE resins and PP resins provide sustainable solutions. The company operates an ISO:9001-2008 registered facility with an ISO-IEC 17025:2005 accredited lab.

Lindner Recyclingtech America LLC   
Statesville, North Carolina

Booth 108

Lindner Recyclingtech America LLC is a top supplier of single-shaft shredders, granulators and wash lines for the plastics industry. With over 60 years of experience in size reduction technology the company can offer customized solution for capacities from 500 pounds up to 40,000 pounds per hour, as well as wash and processing systems according to customer needs.

Load Connex
Burbank, California

Booth 646

Load Connex is a shipping platform based on a deep-learning technology that brings together thousands of vetted but unrelated carriers to form a single, trusted and optimized source for shippers to buy all their transportation services, regardless of the required equipment type, lane or capacity.

The Woodlands, Texas

Booth 527

Plastic recyclers. Industrial services.

Maag Americas
Eagle Rock, Virginia

Booth 502

Maag Automatik, Gala Industries, Reduction Engineering Scheer and Ettlinger have joined forces in the Americas to provide breakthrough innovative products and superior customer service. Maag Americas offers customers in many polymer industries unmatched benefits, value and local sales and service support through a consolidated network. The firm's products include underwater pelletizers, polymer, extrusion and industrial pumps, screen changers, dry-cut and wet-cut strand pelletizers, pulverizers, centrifugal dryers and pellet production solutions designed for multiple polymer compounding and recycling applications. 

MacDermid Enthone
Waterbury, Connecticut

Booth 116

MacDermid Enthone provides global experience in PET recycling and has the knowledge to adapt its systems to a variety of operations. The company’s products are optimized to synergistically clean, control foam and ensure the separation of plastics with different densities. The firm follows environmental compliance for its products and is one of the most trusted suppliers of PET recycling systems.

Marglen Industries    
Rome, Georgia

Booth 312

Marglen Industries is a leading PET recycler and manufacturer of polyester staple fiber, recycled PET resin and recycled PET flake. Marglen services many markets, including bottle, sheet, thermoforms, strapping, fiber, spinning, non-wovens and fiber fill. Marglen has been in business for over 45 years and in the PET fiber and recycling business for over 25 years. Marglen has been a member of APR for over 20 years. Marglen is proud to be a women-owned Business and is WBENC certified. The WBENC certification has helped our customers reach their minority spend goals. Marglen services customers all over the world.

McCann Plastics    
North Canton, Ohio

Booth 102

McCann Plastics offers engineered solutions to clients by applying in-depth knowledge of thermoplastic compounding, materials and end-use processing. This approach equips the firm with the benefit of serving various markets including automotive, electrical/electronics, packaging, film, consumer goods and more.

MCS Industries
Easton, Pennsylvania

Booth 846

MCS is a North American manufacturer of plastics consumer products, including picture frames. MCS purchases EPS in small and large quantities as well as various other scrap styrene materials. The company seeks to facilitate a network of plastic scrap suppliers that will collect and densify EPS at their local facilities and supply agreements with MCS. The company is the largest producer of picture frames, decorative framed, mirrors and architectural moldings in the world. MCS’ customer base includes some of the largest retailers in North America: Walmart, Target, Michael, Lowes and Home Depot.

Mega Polymers
Romeoville, Illinois

Booth 721

Mega Recycling and Compounding Services, LLC purchases any regrind and scrap thermoplastic resin and converts it back into reprocessed black pellets. The company stocks over 50 different standard grades of reprocessed black thermoplastic materials. In addition, with over 35 years of thermoplastic compounding experience, Mega Recycling is more than capable of producing custom-made specialty formulations that fit the exact application requirements. 

Merlin Plastics
Delta, British Columbia

Booth 329

Merlin Plastics is a processor of post-consumer and post-industrial plastics. The company processes rigid plastics such as post-consumer high density polyethylene and polypropylene, PET, PE film scrap, and more. The company’s mission is to recycle discarded packaging in an environmentally sound, economically efficient and socially responsible fashion.

Mettle Filtration Products
Houston, Texas

Booth 324

Mettle Filtration Products specializes in custom manufacturing wire mesh extruder screens. The family-owned company maintains a large inventory of wire cloth to provide clients with precision filters that meet their specific needs. Mettle Filtration can also help customers engineer an economic filtration solution. Most importantly, the company will make and hold stock for immediate delivery.

Milliken & Company
Spartanburg, South Carolina

Booth 222

Milliken has been solving everyday problems with innovative solutions for more than 150 years. An unwavering commitment to ethics guides their research, design, and manufacturing expertise to redefine how they add strength and protection to products, infuse vibrancy and color into their surroundings, and care for the environment. For the company, success is when discoveries made within Milliken help them all have more meaningful connections with the world.

Mohisa Colorplast LLC
South Plainfield, New Jersey

Booth 112

Mohisa Coloplast LLC is a buyer of all kind of plastic scrap, regrinds and repro. They also manufacture all kinds of color concentrate masterbatch products.

More Recycling   
Sonoma, California

Booth 627

With nearly 20 years of research and consulting experience in the recycling of post-consumer materials, More Recycling is able to offer a deep understanding of the complex and ever-changing life cycle of plastic packaging. The company serves as a liaison between industry, public agencies and NGOs, and it prioritizes accurate information and neutrality in the marketplace. One of More Recycling’s key services is facilitating a lean concentration of appropriate stakeholders to research and address a pivotal challenge or opportunity in sustainable materials management. The company values working with thought leaders in the industry and believes collaboration and partnership are essential to positive progress and achieving measurable results. More Recycling also offers a variety of technology-driven tools and resources, such as, to support plastic recycling efforts throughout the value chain.

MSS, Inc.
Nashville, Tennessee

Booth 411

MSS designs and manufactures optical sorting equipment for plastic bottles and flakes, as well as durable plastics in e-scrap applications. The MSS CIRRUS NIR + Color sorter provides the industry's best sorting performance for sleeved PET bottles and is used for bottle and flake sorting around the world.

Multi-Color Corporation
Batavia, Ohio

Booth 238

A true global label solution provider, MCC is one of the largest label companies in the world in the following market segments: home and personal care, food and beverage, health care, specialty, consumer durables, and wine and spirits. MCC services these markets around the world with business interests in the North American, Latin American, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and Asia Pacific regions. With over 8,000 dedicated employees, MCC operates 71 label producing operations in 26 countries today.

Florence, Kentucky

Booth 415

Founded in 1987, the National Association for PET Container Resources (NAPCOR) is the trade association for the PET plastic packaging industry in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. NAPCOR is dedicated to promoting the PET package; to overcoming hurdles to the successful recycling of PET; and to communicating the attributes of the PET container as a sustainable package.

Newport CH International, LLC
Orange, California

Booth 512

Newport CH International, LLC is one of the leading international trading companies in the world. The company began as a fiber and steel trading company and has successfully expanded into a leading marketer of plastic scrap, shipping nearly 300 million pounds annually. The company offers a wide variety of plastic grades including post-consumer and post-industrial scrap plastic.

Next Generation Recycling Machines
Norcross, Georgia

Booth 700

Next Generation Recycling Machines (NGR) builds both plastics recycling machines and provides equipment which turns plastics waste into high-quality pellets. The company stays on the cutting edge of technology by continuously developing and improving plastics processing and machine components. NGR has an office in the United States, a tightly woven network of distribution partners and provides excellent customer service.

Ni-Met Polymers Inc.
Oakville, Ontario

Booth 511

Ni-Met Group began activities in the recycling material market more than 35 years ago. Its headquarters are located in Canada and the company has several offices in the U.S., India, China, Middle East, Thailand, Mexico, and other locales. Ni-Met is ISO registered, and it is a member of ISRI, BIR and CARI. Ni-Met Polymers offers extensive sourcing, logistics and warehousing options to service clients' needs. The company is available as an industrial partner in the realms of PET, R-PET, HDPE, LDPE, PVC, Nylon, ABS and other materials.

Nordson Polymer Processing Systems
Duluth, Georgia

Booth 800

Nordson Polymer Processing Systems provides engineered components to melt, homogenize, filter, meter and give shape to plastic and fluid coating materials. Nordson Corporation leverages the collective plastics industry experience from a series of strategic acquisitions to offer a uniquely broad portfolio of industry-leading technologies. The company delivers a full range of precision melt stream products, including screws and barrels for extrusion and injection molding, filtration systems, pumps and valves as well as dies and pelletizing systems.

Novek, LLC
Miami, Florida

Booth 121

Novek, LLC is a supplier and trader of recycled plastic materials.

NOVA Chemicals
Moon Township, Pennsylvania

Booth 339

The leaders of NOVA Chemicals believe high-performance plastics and sustainability go hand-in-hand. The company has the specialty polyethylene resins, applications know-how and capabilities to help customers develop and implement the cost-effective, recyclable flexible packaging that brand owners and consumers are demanding.

Omya Inc.  
Cincinnati, Ohio

Booth 540

Omya is a leading global producer of ground and precipitated calcium carbonate and  worldwide distributor of specialty resins, pigments, and additives. The company provides a wealth of product solutions for clientele in industries such as: construction, coatings, inks, paper, polymers, packaging, food, home care, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, forestry, water and energy.

OPIS PetroChem Wire
Rockville, Md.

Booth 139

PetroChem Wire was formed in 2007 to serve emerging petrochemical and plastics markets in the U.S. Its olefins and polyolefins prices currently serve as benchmarks for a number of physical and swap contracts that trade on the CME/NYMEX Clearport system. In 2018, PetroChem Wire was acquired by OPIS and is able join with OPIS’ upstream chemical feedstock benchmark pricing, extending its services even further along the petrochemical and plastics supply chains. In addition to daily market summaries, OPIS PetroChem Wire also provides breaking market news and detailed maps showing U.S. Gulf Coast petrochemical plants, pipelines and storage hubs.

Pellenc ST    
Pertuis, France

Booth 620

Pellenc ST develops, produces and markets optical machines for high-speed, contact-free detection for sorting many different types of waste material: plastics, cardboard, wood, metals and minerals. The products sorted come from the packaging industry and industrial, electronics, computer, automotive and construction sectors. The technologies used to sort these materials are near infrared, middle infrared, vision, induction and X-ray technologies.

Lancaster, Pennsyvlania

Booth 605

Pelletron provides dedusting and pneumatic conveying solutions for the plastics recycling industry. The firm’s DeDuster product removes dust and contaminants from regrind and can be used with a grinder, IMM, dryer or under a silo. DeDusters are available in various sizes for capacities from 10 to 200,000 pounds per hour. The company’s pneumatic conveying systems use the pellcon3 conveying process, which involves STRANDPHASE, Pellbow pipe bend and DeDuster technology. The process also relies on specially designed rotary valves for regrind conveying.

Hawthorne, New York

PepsiCo's food and beverage products are sold around the world. The company’s six global divisions, either independently or in conjunction with third parties, make, market, distribute and sell a wide variety of food and beverages in a diverse product portfolio, drive innovation, and are focused on delivering performance with purpose. The goal is to position PepsiCo for long-term, sustainable growth by aligning what is good for business with what is good for society and the planet.

Waltham, Massachusetts

Booth 140

PerkinElmer is a global company focused on improving the health and safety of people and the environment. The firm touches the lives of millions of people every day by providing medical insights and more effective therapies to cleaner water and safer homes. The company’s environmental health business develops analytical instrumentation, illumination and detection technologies as well as support services to protect the quality and sustainability of the environment and the security of people within their surroundings. PerkinElmer manufactures many instruments of importance for the plastics industry: FTIR, FT-NIR, UV/Vis, AA, ICP, ICP-MS, DSC, TGA, GC/MS, HPLC and others.

Hainseport, New Jersey

Booth 726

Perry Videx is one of the world's leading suppliers of quality used plastic processing machinery. The company maintains a vast quantity of recycling equipment in stock at its headquarters in New Jersey. The company features equipment including extrusion lines, shredders, granulators , mixers and film/fiber densifiers. each of which can be inspected in Hainesport, N.J.

Leiria, Portugal

Booth 144

Plasmaq, a Portuguese company founded in 1992, specializes in washing equipment for the recycling industry. The firm’s comprehensive portfolio includes solutions for recycling and recovery. Plasmaq has a presence on three continents.

Plastics Machinery Group
Bedford Heights, Ohio

Booth 123

Plastics Machinery Group specializes in new and used machinery sales as well as mergers, acquisitions, plant liquidations and appraisals. PMG is the trusted source for quality plastic injection molding, thermoforming, blow molding, extrusion and recycling equipment. Its team of certified machinery and equipment appraisers know the value of plastics equipment and utilize over 80,000 contacts worldwide for fast turnaround. Processors that are upgrading, replacing or selling their primary or auxiliary equipment can contact Plastics Machinery Group at 440-498-4000 or visit the company's website.

Plastics Recycling Show Europe
Detroit, Michigan

Booth 133

Plastics Recycling Show Europe is a pan-European exhibition and conference designed specifically for the plastics recycling industry. The two-day event brings together key players from the plastics and recycling sectors. This year's event will take place in the Netherlands at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam April 24-25, 2019.

Plastics Recycling Update    
Portland, Oregon

Booth 211

Plastics Recycling Update, published by Resource Recycling, Inc., is the leader in providing news and analysis for plastics recovery stakeholders. The publication appears as a quarterly print magazine as well as a weekly e-newsletter, and both feature the latest on resin markets, processing advancements, recycled content usage and much more. Go to to subscribe for free. 

Plastics Recycling World
Bristol, United Kingdom

Booth 109

Plastics Recycling World is a monthly magazine specifically written for all companies involved in the conversion of plastics waste to recycled polymers. Covering key technical developments, market trends, strategic business issues, company profiles and new product launches, Plastics Recycling World is 100 percent focused on the specific information needs of the plastics recycling supply chain.

Plastrec, Inc.
Joliette, Quebec

Founded in 1992, Plastrec is a leading North American manufacturer of food grade recycled PET resin (from post-consumer materials). Well known for its sense of innovation and devotion to customer satisfaction, Plastrec's high-precision technology provides its customers in all PET applications consistent, quality food grade resin, enabling them to use up to 100 percent recycled content in their products. Plastrec purchases post-consumer PET bottles from municipal curbside programs in Quebec, Ontario and the U.S.

Polymer Recovery Systems, Inc.
Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Booth 247

Polymer Recovery Systems provides customized solutions for plastic recyclers. The company offers systems for wash, density separation, air separation and drying. The company designs products to meet specific customer needs. Additionally, the firm supplies turnkey systems or individual components that can be integrated into existing components.

Hammonton, New Jersey

Booth 310

Polyvel is a plastics compounder committed to the development and marketing of specialty thermoplastic additive masterbatches. The company offers a wide array of standard products combined with a rapid response to the development of customized solutions for customer applications. In addition to the firm’s custom capability, Polyvel has a large number of products that serve and help improve the profitability of companies in the plastic recycling industry.

PolyVisions, Inc.
Manchester, Pennsylvania

Booth 120

PolyVisions is a premier specialized custom compounder. They utilize reactive compounding technology to solve customer material issues. The company is pleased to present PolyVisions DuraPET PCR PET materials. DuraPET PCR is a graft modified high-impact PET material. It is produced using up to 92 percent post-consumer bottle-grade PET. The grafting technique makes the DuraPET PCR a truly recycled-content engineering grade material. DuraPET PCR can help customers meet their sustainability goals while giving them the engineered properties they may need in a material. DuraPET PCR is highly durable material with outstanding mechanical properties. It can withstand harsh environmental conditions, such as extreme outdoor temperatures and high chemical resistance. It is easily processed using conventional plastics processing techniques.

Polywin Corporation
Rancho Dominguez, California

Booth 624

Since opening their doors in 1991, Polywin Corporation has become one of the most solidified plastic companies in the industry. As a family-owned business, Polywin's philosophy is embedded in trust. Over the years, the company has sustained long-term buyer and supplier relationships, built on Polywin's "customer-oriented" plan. The past success of the company is reflected in each customer. With the experience of Polywin's staff, and its stability in the industry, the company can assist anyone who is interested in the realm of plastics.

Prime Plastic Products, Inc.
Vista, California

Prime Plastic Products, Inc. has been a quality supplier of thermoplastic resins and regrinds since 1993. The company has plants in Norwalk, Ohio and Gary, Ind. Currently purchasing both commodity and engineering grade materials in all forms, the company specializes in reprocessing PE and PP scrap. It can accept LD/HD/MD and PP in all forms: fines/fluff/floor sweepings and obsolete/surplus resins or hopper drain.
With a team of in-house customer service professionals and direct sales people throughout the country, Prime Plastics is well positioned to provide clients with exemplary service. It is a proud member of the Association of Plastic Recyclers and the Plastics Industry Association.

Produx World Inc
San Diego, California

Booth 350

Produx World Inc procures scrap nylon plastic to be recycled at its processing plant. The company consumes nylon 66 and nylon 6, both glass-filled and unfilled. Produx can accept most forms of scrap and off-spec nylon, and it is mainly looking for full truck loads and continuous streams of material. Their  annual usage of nylon is over 20 million pounds.

Recycling Equipment, INC.

Booth 329

REI manufactures, sells, installs and services balers, shredders, roll shears, conveyors, wire processing equipment, electronic scrap equipment, tippers and sort systems throughout North America, South America, Europe and Africa. REI strives to produce equipment that creates a measurable difference in economics, social/environmental impacts and energy consumption while continuing to offer superior performance, durability and safety.

Norcross, Georgia

Booth 232

From sensor-based sorting machines to turnkey recycling plants, REDWAVE delivers the best solutions for customer needs in paper, plastic and glass sorting.

Coahuila, Mexico

Booth 625

Renovanz plastic recycling has been in operation for 17 years and has five locations, four in north Mexico and one in central Mexico. The company separates incoming post-consumer and post-industrial plastic materials. Renovanz works with clients to understand the requirements needed and offers product-specific options.

Republic Machine, Inc.   
Louisville, Kentucky

Booth 401

Republic Machine is a world-class manufacturer of single-shaft shredders. The company continues to innovate and push the industry in difficult-to-process materials and recycling applications, including all plastics, rubber, fiber and carpet. Republic Machine is dedicated to its clientele and the ever-changing demands within the marketplace and boasts the only "guaranteed for life" rotor warranty in the industry.

Revital Polymers
Sarnia, Ontario

Booth 329

Creating high-value re-manufactured plastic products for the commercial, industrial, agricultural and automotive industries, Revital Polymers focuses on increasing the plastics value chain, growing diversion, bolstering energy reduction and sustaining the environment. The company is a certificated ISO 9001:2015 post-consumer resin manufacturer.

Satake USA, Inc.
Stafford, Texas

Booth 302

Satake USA offers a comprehensive range of advanced color sorting systems that incorporate CCD, UV, RGB and IR vision technologies. These technologies are used to remove defective product from the stream. The Satake Corporation is involved in the development, manufacturing and marketing of sophisticated optical sorting equipment for shipment to customers around the world. The company is considered a leader in optical inspection systems incorporating CCD, UV, RGB and IR vision technologies capable of removing defective products from the product stream.

Schupan Recycling
Kalamazoo, Michigan

Schupan Recycling, a division of 50-year-old, Kalamazoo-based Schupan and Sons, Inc., is the largest independently owned marketer and handler of used beverage containers in the country. Founded in 1986 to provide solutions for Michigan’s beer wholesalers’ handling of deposit aluminum cans, Schupan Recycling has since grown to service all distributors’ deposit containers and recyclables including aluminum cans, PET and glass bottles, redemption bags and cardboard. The company has two state-of-the-art processing facilities in Michigan as well as a materials trading office in Chicago, and it conducts business throughout all of North America.  

SDS Logistics Services   

Booth 501

SDS Logistics offers nationwide logistics services, including: full truckload, less than truckload (LTL) and container drayage to and from all U.S. ports. Searching for a trucking solution? You found one! SDS Logistics Services: ahead by miles... nationwide!  

Secondary Materials
Odensburg, New York

Booth 343

Secondary Materials is the online commodity pricing service that lists current prices for post-consumer recyclable plastics, paper, glass, metal and aluminum cans. Plastics pricing includes PET, HDPE, PP, EPS, film, rigids and commingled materials for eight major regions across North America. Additionally, 15 PSI paper grades are listed under the secondary fiber pricing window. All paid members have online access to over 12 years of historical data.

Sesotec, Inc.   
Bartlett, Illinois

Booth 201

Sesotec is one of the world's leading manufacturers and developers of inspection, separation and sorting systems. Sesotec systems are used in process, packaging and production lines throughout industries and in the specialized preparation of materials for recycling. The company has developed a range of products unequaled in versatility and quality, each project is given individual attention to ensure the best possible solution.   

Sierra International Machinery
Bakersfield, California

Booth 509

Sierra International Machinery is a worldwide leader in the sale and support of processing equipment to the scrap, recycling and waste industries. Sierra’s full range of equipment is built to meet the demands of today’s processing facilities and is backed by the best service and support in the industry.

Sigma Recycling, Inc.
Norcross, Georgia

Booth 428

Sigma Recycling, Inc. provides solutions to recyclers for complicated goods that cannot be easily recycled. Sigma sources, distributes and trades material on both the local and global scale. The company provides associates in 20-plus locations worldwide and offers financial arrangements such as long-term contracts.

Valencia, Spain

Booth 750

Sintac Recycling S.L. is a leading company in the recovery, recycling and conversion of urban, agricultural and industrial plastic waste. Its team of professionals has over 20 years of experience and stands for quality, reliability and commitment to its customers.
Based in Valencia, the company is present on five continents, active in the commercialization of plastics and the launch of major new environmental projects for the circular economy. Its Plastic Transformation Center covers over 25,000 square meters for the recycling and logistics of plastic materials.

Soleno Recycling
Yamachiche, Quebec

Booth 337

Soleno Recycling reduces HDPE waste by crushing, washing and purifying. The raw material is trucked to Soleno’s manufacturing plants and transformed into useful pipes with long life spans. These products allow the capture and conveyance of stormwater, while complying with the principles of sustainable development in the implementation of stormwater infrastructure.

Sorema div of Previero N srL   
Anzano del Parco, Italy

Booth 417

With almost 40 years of experience, Sorema has become a point of reference in the design, manufacturing and installation of plastic recycling plants for PET/HDPE bottles, PE/PP film and raffia as well as other products in PE, PP, PET, PA, PS, ABS and fiber. Sorema is a leader in the recycling of packaging and post-consumer materials and offers a wide range of solutions for various systems. Upon request, the company offers modules for upgrading existing plants.

Southeast Machinery
Crystal River, Florida

Booth 543

Southeast Machinery offers low-cost solutions to meet the needs for extrusion and recycling equipment, without compromising quality or reliability. In today’s market, finding low-cost equipment that is dependable is key to sustaining market share and profitability.

Sprint USA
Campbell, California

Booth 547

Founded in 2007 in San Jose, Calif., Sprint USA is dedicated to keeping the Earth green and does its part in making sure materials are recycled and turned into materials that can be reused. The company works diligently and humanely with its plastic factory in Thailand and non-ferrous metals warehouse in Southern China to create reusable material. The company's focus and original mission is to provide long-term partnerships and solutions to a global issue with mutual trust and sustainable goals.

SSI Shredding Systems, Inc.
Wilsonville, Oregon

Booth 610

With successful installations in over 51 countries spanning all seven continents, SSI Shredding Systems, Inc. designs and manufactures powerful and proven size-reduction solutions for the plastics recycling industries. Using patented features and low-speed, high-torque technologies, SSI produces quality one-, two-, and four-shaft shredders, primary reducers and robust pre-load/transfer station compactors. Fully integrated controls and material handling systems complement SSI’s individual equipment or plant-based systems.

Stadler America, LLC
Colfax, North Carolina

Booth 314

Stadler America, LLC is one of the most successful recycling equipment providers and integrators in the world. The inventor of the ballistic separator, Stadler is now one of the leading MRF and recycling-systems-integration companies in the world. The company has installed over 250 turnkey systems for MSW/RDF, single-stream and plastics processing. Additionally, the firm has sold nearly 800 ballistic separators worldwide, including more than 25 in North America. With a new and highly experienced North American presence, including over $1.3 million in parts and a dedicated service staff, Stadler can now also provide comprehensive after-sale support for projects in North America.

Star Plastics, Inc.
Ravenswood, West Virginia

Booth 613

Star Plastics, Inc. is a dependable compounder of engineering grade thermoplastics. With an accomplished full service laboratory to develop, test, and process materials, the company offers high quality custom color compounding (known for lot-to-lot consistency), plus sourcing, supplying and tolling polymers. Star’s PolymerVault division is a key source for the most reliable, high-quality value-added materials in all forms, with our greatest strength in engineering grade plastics, paired with styrenics and commodity. The team at Star Plastics is responsive to customer requirements with a high level of technical aptitude and strong product knowledge.

Vienna, Austria

Booth 640

Starlinger recycling technology and Starlinger Viscotec supplies machinery solutions for recycling and refining plastics such as: PE, PP, PA, PS, BOPP and PET. Starlinger PET recycling systems produces food-safe rPET and is approved for use in food applications by brand owners and national/international authorities. Additionally, the company supplies technology for the decontamination of PET, PP and HDPE flakes and viscosity increase of PET flakes and pellets. The firm's processes comply with FDA/EFSA standards and guarantees excellent cleansing efficiency.

STF Group/Zimmer America Recycling Solutions 
Spartanburg, South Carolina

Booth 803

STF Group manufactures complete plastic sorting and washing lines for all polymer types (PET, PE, PP, PS, film, mixed plastics), RPET-bottle-to-bottle installations, wet and dry granulators, label removal, ballistic separation, hot wash, friction cleaner, sink/float separation, vertical screw conveyor systems, zero liquid discharge waste water recycling systems. Zimmer America Recycling Solutions (ZARS-USA, LLC) is the exclusive sales and service representative for STF Group in North America. Zimmer provides machinery solutions for the plastic and waste recycling industries as well as components and turnkey plants for both post-industrial and post-consumer applications. The business offers planning, sales, installation, after-sales service, and overnight spare parts supply.

Struktol Company of America
Stow, Ohio

Struktol is a leading manufacturer of lubricants and processing additives for all major polymers, including PE, PP, PVC, ABS, PC, nylon and others. These additives are particularly useful in highly filled systems where good flow, good surface and properties are difficult to obtain. Unique process additives for reclaimed/recycled plastics and for polymer compounds that contain recycled content are also available. Useful in a variety of different resin systems from polyolefins to engineered plastics, these products offer greater processing efficiency and enhanced performance. They are targeted for compounds containing 100 percent recycled material or materials with varying levels of post-consumer or post-industrial recycled content.    

Talco Plastics, Inc.   
Corona, California

Booth 134

A leading supplier of custom compounded commodity, engineering and post-consumer resin, Talco Plastics maintains the largest and most versatile inventory of quality recycled plastics in the western United States.  

Oleggio, Italy

Booth 438

Tecnova specializes in producing extrusion lines for plastic recycling. With more than 30 years of experience, the company provides green solutions for reprocessing various plastics.


Booth 346

Terra Box is a closed loop recycler and packaging manufacturer dedicated to creating sustainable products made of 100 percent post-consumer plastic bottles through a vertically integrated upcycling process. This unique model allows the company to trace the origin of the raw material and track it back to the final product, which the firm calls “bottle-to-box.”

TOMRA Sorting Inc.
West Sacramento, California

Booth 216

TOMRA Sorting Recycling is established in almost 80 global markets and offers a broad range of different sorting applications to separate a large variety of valuable fractions including plastics, metals and paper from waste. The company’s sorting systems recover clean material fractions, delivering significantly higher yields and increased value from the input material.

Tradepro, Inc.   
North Miami, Florida

Booth 617

Tradepro Inc., established in 1989, is a long-trusted and reliable plastics recycler and supplier of plastic raw materials. The firm manages every aspect of the process for clients, making the choice to go green easy, convenient and cost-effective for companies of all sizes. With almost three decades of experience and an annual turnover exceeding 50,000 metric tons of material, Tradepro, Inc. specializes in recycling, sales and shipping of plastic raw materials. The corporation has global offices in the U.S., Colombia and Chile to serve the international market.

Unifi Manufacturing, Inc
Greensboro, North Carolina

Booth 641

Unifi, Inc. is a world leader in producing high-quality recycled fiber, PET resin and other premium value-added technologies. This includes REPREVE, the company’s flagship brand of fibers and PET resin made from recycled plastic bottles. Since 2007, Unifi has been a global leader in offering transparent and certifiable recycled products, recycling more than 10 billion plastic bottles to date. The company sorts and processes PET bottles into recycled PET flake at its facility in Reidsville, N.C. and further processes flake into food-grade recycled PET resin at its Yadkinville, N.C. recycling center. Unifi's fibers and RPET are readily found in the products of major brands in the packaging, apparel, hosiery, automotive and home furnishings industries.

Adrian, Michigan

Booth 516

With almost 30 years of experience in sensor system technology, UNISENSOR provides cutting edge sorting solutions to the recycling industry. The company’s unique and patented POWERSORT technology, based on high-speed laser spectroscopy, separates different types of plastic, regardless of their color. The revolutionary machine design of UNISENSOR’s new POWERSORT 360 allows the processing of black and mixed plastic shredder fractions with an exceptionally high throughput of up to 10 tons per hour.

UNTHA Shredding Technology
Hampton, New Hampshire

Booth 300

For nearly 40 years, UNTHA has been building some of the world’s best shredders. Now UNTHA once again raises the bar with the QR class of plastics shredders. Unique features make the QR class shredders cost effective, reliable and sustainable. With both single-shaft and shear shredders ranging from 35 to nearly 500 horsepower, UNTHA shredders can exactly meet the customer’s specific needs.

Useon (Nanjing) Extrusion Machinery Co., Ltd.
Jurong, China

Booth 114

Established in 2006, Useon has been focusing on polymer extrusion equipment, process technology and providing the total solutions. In plastic recycling, the company  offers a PET recycling and pelletizing line that relies on undried technology to produce granules from PET flakes and get good color and lowest IV drop. In addition, the company's new type of co-rotating conical twin screw extruder offers more output and high performance products. Useon also offers a PET sheet/strap production line that relies on ene extruder to produce four straps at same time. Finally, the EPS/XPS foam waste recycling line features an efficient feeding system with a new type of tandem extruder to get more output.

US Plastics Recovery
Lawrenceville, Georgia

Booth 239

US Plastics Recovery (USPR) purchases plastic scrap from manufacturing facilities, molders, compounders, thermoformers, color houses, and national waste management firms. Specialties include PP, HDPE, LDPE, HIPS, ABS, PC/ABS, nylons (PA) and flexible PVC. The firm removes contaminants and talc via elutriation, sink-float, and size screeners. USPR toll shreds, grinds, separates and cleans certain polymers. The company serves the entirety of North America.

Van Dyk Recycling Solutions
Stamford, Connecticut

Booth 601

Van Dyk Recycling Solutions is North America’s leader in developing turnkey sorting systems for single-stream recycling, e-waste, MSW processing, construction/demolition, and plastics recycling. The company has installed over 2,400 recycling systems and built the largest materials recovery facilities in North America, including 17 mega MRFs that process 50-plus tons per hour. Company customers include all of the leaders in the recycling industry.

Vecoplan LLC   
High Point, North Carolina

Booth 400

Vecoplan is a worldwide leader in size reduction technologies. The company designs, engineers, manufactures, installs, and provides ongoing training for a comprehensive range of shredders, granulators and grinders used to recycle all types of plastics. As good as the firm’s machines are, the expertise it has gleaned from decades of practical experience in the field is where Vecoplan really shines.

Verdeco Plastics Inc
Channahon, Illinois

Booth 446

Verdeco Plastics Inc helps clients increase profits while helping the environment, specializing in closed loop recycling. The company is a full-service post-industrial recycler, and it also serves as an in-house processor (toll pelletizing, toll grinding services) that manufactures and sells virgin, reprocessed and other plastic materials. The company is vertically integrated with over 25 years of experience in the plastic marketplace.

Vexor Technology
Medina, Ohio

Booth 327

Vexor Technology provides end-of-life solutions for difficult-to-recycle plastics, paper, cardboard and other industrial byproducts. Materials are repurposed into an engineered fuel used by large industrial kilns and furnaces as a clean-burning alternative to coal. Materials handled by Vexor include plastic films, flexible packaging, pressure sensitive labels, plastic purges, laminates, plastic rolls, waxy cardboard, automotive fibers and more. Vexor helps support customers' sustainability needs by offering landfill diversion, secure destruction and liability protection while providing fuel for a circular economy. The company operates processing facilities near Cleveland and Chicago.

Vincent Corporation
Tampa, Florida

Booth 714

Established in 1931, Vincent Corporation manufactures and engineers screw presses that are used in over 200 different applications. For over 20 years, plastics recyclers have used its equipment to de-water wash tank sludge to reduce hauling and landfill costs. The company's presses are also used to de-water washed HDPE, typically in front of a dryer. Vincent offers a unique trial and rental program that enables customers to verify savings and machine reliability before any commitment is made.

Waste Management
Melville, New York

Booth 403

Waste Management currently handles 10 million tons of commodities annually through a nationwide network of recycling facilities. The company purchases virtually any type of recyclable commodity: office paper, newspaper, cardboard, electronics, metals, plastics (post- consumer and post-industrial) as well as the most challenging materials.

Waste Processing Equipment, Inc.
Rainsville, Alabama

Booth 522

Since 1976, Waste Processing Equipment, Inc. has manufactured Max-Pak balers, compactors and conveyors. Max-Pak places a major emphasis on the quality, performance, safety and efficiency of its waste and recycling equipment. The company strives to create the best quality components that are used in construction of their products. Each product meets or exceeds ANSI and OSHA standards for safe operation. A standard product line is available along with custom engineered equipment for unique or specific applications.

WEIMA America, Inc.
Fort Mill, South Carolina

Booth 503

WEIMA offers a comprehensive range of plastic shredders and granulators that can handle such plastics as PE, PP, PVC, PS, PU and PET among others. Our machines can process blow molded pieces, pipes and profiles, purge or other production waste such as bottles, fibers or carpet. With the range of equipment and a variety of rotor types, rotor geometries and cutting tools, WEIMA machinery can increase a processing operation's ROI while decreasing a company's environmental footprint.

Worldro Co., LTD
Daegu, South Korea

Booth 136

Worldro was established in 1991 to manufacture recycling equipment such as grinders, densifiers (super mixer), staple fiber lines, PET bottle flake wash lines, pelletizing lines and more. Worldro is also able to customize machinery to each customer's needs. More recently, Worldro expanded into the production of PET staple fibers used in the textile industries. Worldro has throughout the years developed a vision for eco-friendly and cost effective technology to reduce waste going into landfill and reprocessed it back into products. The company will continue to conserve the environment while making it profitable for all the industries in recycling.

Yupo Corporation America
Chesapeake, Virginia

Booth 126

YUPO is the 100 percent recyclable, waterproof, tree-free synthetic paper with attributes and properties that make it the perfect solution for a variety of marketing, design, packaging and labeling needs.

Zenith Cutter, Inc.
Loves Park, Illinois

Booth 608

Zenith Cutter manufactures industrial machine knives and cutters for the recycling industry, with special emphasis on granulator knives, pelletizer knives, shredder blocks, and screens for all makes and models of equipment. Please visit their booth to discuss how Zenith Cutter can make any recycling operation more profitable.

Northbrook, Illinois

Booth 539

With more than 75 years of experience, ZERMA is one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality size reduction machinery. From the small GSL slow speed granulators to the versatile GSH heavy duty granulators, the company's product lines also include compact granulators with integrated blower and soundproofing. Specialized machines are available, including the unique GSP pipe and profile granulators and the ZERMA PM disc pulverizer systems for fine grinding applications. With the addition of a complete line of shredders, starting with light shredders up to large heavy-duty shredders, ZERMA recycling machines range in drive power from 2.2 kilowatts to 200 kilowatts and cover the entire spectrum of plastic size reduction applications.