Lanxess says that it will focus on electromobility and sustainability at its booth at K 2022, taking place in Düsseldorf, Germany, from 19 to 26 October.

This includes its new range of Tepex composites based on recyclates or bio-based raw materials, such as Tepex dynalite Scopeblue 813 which is produced from flax fibers and polylactic acid. Also on show will be a Tepex dynalite with a polyamide 6 matrix that reportedly consists of over 80% sustainable raw materials.

“We want to play an active role in the transformation of the economy and global value chains towards a more sustainable world,”said Dr Hubert Fink, member of the Lanxess board. “With our materials, we support our customers in manufacturing more sustainable products that have a lower carbon footprint and conserve resources and the climate.”