RadiciGroup at K 2022: focus on sustainability and performance

The Group confronts global challenges by strengthening its international presence and offering customized solutions and high performance products.

The latest innovative solutions of the RadiciGroup High Performance Polymers and Specialty Chemicals Business Areas are on display at the K 2022 trade fair (Hall 6 – Stand B10) from 19 to 26 October 2022 at the Düsseldorf Fairgrounds, which, for a week, is the global polymer industry’s focal point, attracting operators from all over the world.


RadiciGroup, a vertically integrated polyamide producer and – for over forty years – an engineering polymers manufacturer, has been at the forefront engaged in broadening its solutions to meet today’s sustainability, performance and safety requirements. The latter have been the main drivers for the development of the Group’s new proposals for its numerous target  markets, ranging from automotive and e-mobility to electrical/electronics, water management, and industrial and consumer goods.


“Compared to the last edition of the K,” emphasized Erico Spini, global marketing manager of RadiciGroup High Performance Polymers, “the Group has come to the trade show with an expanded portfolio of reduced environmental impact solutions, obtained using materials from pre- and post-consumer recycling or materials from organic sources. Our goal is to be a partner for those customers who want to implement projects in which sustainability is an essential requirement, without foregoing performance, always the core feature of our entire offering.”

Regarding recycling and recovery, our leading range is Renycle®, a brand identifying engineering polymers made with a variable percentage of post-industrial or post-consumer polyamide recycled through mechanical recovery. The recycled polyamide is sorted and processed, providing full traceability, and has an environmental impact much lower than the virgin material for each of the formulations, according to the specific LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) study.


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