Plastics2050by expertsfor experts

XXPert talk series on compoundingin a digital world

Online Talk Series


Wolfgang Pössenberger

Leistritz Inline Rheometer

Dipl.-Ing. Ursula Stritzinger

Hybrid Modelling in Twin Screw Extrusion

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Christian Marschik

Sensor Technology and Modelling in Plastics Processing

Dr. Klaus Straka

Smart Sensors & Digitalisation in the Plastics Industry

Dipl.-Ing. Sven Wolf

The Plastics Industry 2025: Challenges of the Future

Shaping the Future. Together.

Globalisation, global population growth, climate change – the world is facing enormous challenges. The plastics industry plays a pivotal role, accounting for a projected worldwide growth in consumption to beyond 1 billion tons annually. How to meet this demand without polluting our environment even more?

What technologies allow us to combine efficiency and sustainability? And how can the enormous challenges be translated into opportunities and new business models?

Plastics2050 gives you insight and answers to urgent questions facing the entire industry.

The Big Picture.

Long standing experience combined with in-depth know how and innovative power - that's what Leistritz stands for. Our approach is focused on the entire process, working with our customers to develop the  most efficient and sustainable solution for your production requirements. 

In our online series of XXpert talks on COMPOUNDING we take a close look at research findings and trends, inviting you to participate and discuss the implications with us. Join us in using this new form of communication in challenging times and stay in touch. Be inspired by new ideas. 

To our first series of online talks


At your service

Your Leistritz contact person is at your service to answer your questions on compounding. Please do not hesitate to contact us now. 

Guido Kraschewski

Leistritz Extrusionstechnik GmbH

T+49 911 4306-229

M+49 170 4540761

Frederik Huck

Regional Sales Manager Southern Germany, Austria & Switzerland

T+49 911 4306 – 208

M+49 175 9379196