Coveris Advanced Coatings recently exhibited at the European Wound Management Association 2016 (EWMA), in Bremen Germany. EWMA is an umbrella organisation linking wound management associations across Europe and a multi-disciplinary group bringing together individuals and organisations interested in wound management.
This was the second time the company had exhibited at EWMA and once again the show was very successful, providing Coveris Advanced Coatings with the opportunity to hold discussions with existing customers as well as new prospects.
There was a great deal of interest in our range of pattern coated adhesives on inspire® polyurethane films. It was also clear from our meetings that there is interest in low trauma adhesives and the potential to replace silicone adhesives in some applications. Coveris Advanced Coatings is actively involved in evaluating new adhesives with low trauma properties and will share samples with customers later this year.
Our customers were also interested to know that Coveris Advanced Coatings’ Matthews, NC facility in the USA is now qualified and producing a number of inspire® polyurethane films.
Our popular prize draw to win a bottle of champagne was won by:
- Mr Nick Howard at Acelity
- Dr Jamie Lowes at Freudenberg and
- Mr Ian Parkinson Sykes at Crawford Healthcare
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