“With Africa being largely a developing market, our aim is to create a functional product showcase that EAA representatives could utilise as real-life applications examples whilst engaging with visitors during the show. We have been exhibiting at the show for many years because FESPA gives us the opportunity to engage with key customers in a relaxed environment in addition to providing us a valuable access to export clientele from across Africa” said Holger Morhart, General Manager of Evonik Acrylics Africa.
The event is the region’s largest, focused exhibition for the wide format digital printing, screen printing, garment decoration and textile printing. Furthermore, FESPA Africa takes place in conjunction with Sign Africa and Africa Print, the region’s leading events for the signage industry. Over 125 exhibitors showcased the latest developments in technology, solutions and consumables and the show attracted over 5500 visitors.
To know more about Evonik Plexiglas latest offerings visit us at FESPA in Hall 3, Stand H3 C23.
Evonik is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. The focus on more specialty businesses, customer-orientated innovative prowess and a trustful and performance-oriented corporate culture form the heart of Evonik’s corporate strategy. They are the lever for profitable growth and a sustained increase in the value of the company. Evonik benefits specifically from its customer proximity and leading market positions. Evonik is active in over 100 countries around the world with more than 36,000 employees. In fiscal 2017, the enterprise generated sales of €14.4 billion and an operating profit (adjusted EBITDA) of €2.36 billion.
About Performance Materials
The Performance Materials Segment is managed by Evonik Performance Materials GmbH. The segment focuses its global activities on developing and manufacturing polymer materials and intermediates, especially for use in agriculture and in the rubber and plastics industry. In 2017, the segment’s roughly 4,400 employees generated sales about €3.8 billion.