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UBQ Materials to Showcase Expanded Ecosystem Footprint of Climate Positive Thermoplastic, UBQ™, at K 2022

      13 Oct 2022

Plastics and rubber leaders to present offerings “Made with UBQ™,” at the industry’s principal global trade show


October 13, 2022, TEL AVIV, IsraelUBQ Materials, climate tech developer of advanced materials made from organic and unrecyclable waste, announced today its expanded ecosystem footprint at K 2022, taking place in Dusseldorf, Germany, October 19-26, 2022.


UBQ Materials will exhibit independently and be featured in the booths of more than eight additional materials ecosystem players which have incorporated UBQ™ into their offerings. Partners at the event include:

  • Polyram Plastic Industries – Plastics material and resin manufacturing company
  • Teknor Apex B.V. – Custom compounder
  • battenfeld-cincinnati – Extrusion machinery manufacturer
  • Schoeller Allibert International GmbH – Returnable transport packaging manufacturer
  • Plastribution Ltd. – Leading UK distributor of plastics raw materials
  • Röchling Industrial SE & Co. KG – Thermoplastics and composites provider
  • RTP Company – Thermoplastic compounds provider
  • Gustav Grolman GmbH & Co. KG (Grolman Group) – Distributor of specialty chemicals

“In the three years since the last K Show, our business has transformed. Then, we were educating the market about our novel plastic substitute made entirely from organic and unrecyclable waste. Today, the plastics and rubber industry is prioritizing sustainability as an essential requirement for the future of materials development,” said Albert Douer, co-CEO and Chairman of UBQ Materials. “UBQ™ is a climate positive thermoplastic that closes the loop between the ecosystem of waste and the ecosystem of materials. We empower industry players to make the transition to sustainable manufacturing and advance the circular economy with a simple material swap.”


K 2022 is the leading business platform and trade show for the plastics and rubber industry, with global players from across the field presenting future perspectives and solutions. Topics at this year’s event include circular economy, digitization and climate protection.


UBQ Materials converts unsorted household waste, including all organics, into a bio-based, homogeneous thermoplastic that replaces oil-based resins and wood in thousands of durable products across industries. The company recently received UL 2809 Recycled Content Validation confirming the novel UBQ™ material contains  a minimum of 100 percent post-consumer recycled content. Headquartered in Israel, the company is expanding globally with a large-scale facility in the Netherlands, set to open in 2023. The facility will produce 80,000 tons of UBQ™ annually.


Since exhibiting at K 2019, UBQ has expanded its customer base, partnering with leading brands including PepsiCo, McDonalds, Mercedes-Benz and AB InBev, as well as its industry partners who will co-present their offerings “Made with UBQ” at K 2022.


UBQ Materials Ltd. will be at K 2022 in Dusseldorf, Germany, from October 19-26, 2022: Hall 7, Level 1 / A44.


About UBQ Materials

UBQ Materials Ltd. has developed an advanced conversion technology, patenting the world’s first bio-based thermoplastic (UBQ™) made entirely of unsorted household waste, including all the organics—a revolutionary way to divert municipal solid waste from landfills and convert it into a sustainable substitute for oil-based plastics. A certified B Corp™, UBQ is a globally awarded climate tech company with customers including Mercedes-Benz, global retail solutions provider MainettiPepsiCo, and Arcos Dorados, the world’s largest franchisee of McDonald’s restaurants across Latin America.


With a climate-positive impact and cost-competitive price, UBQ™ empowers manufacturers with a simple transition to greater sustainability.


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