On it’s quest to develop sustainable electric motorbikes, CAKE recently released their newest version of their award winning off-road motorcycle – the Kalk AP (for anti-poaching) in collaboration with the Southern African Wildlife College and Goal Zero.
Despite Covid lockdowns, the Trifilon team developed a new, food safe biocomposite for Lyft/LAB that they recently introduced as the “Green_Can”. The newly developed Trifilon BioLite240 is Trifilon’s first food contact compliant material. Look for the Green_Can in a shop near you or find it online!
Abstract – The Nordic region includes some of the most developed and mature waste management and recycling systems in Europe, with various aspects of the industries rightly being seen as world-leading.
This week Trifilon had the honor to host Anna Hallberg (S), Sweden’s Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Cooperation, for a visit to our Nyköping factory. As an innovator in the sustainable plastics space, we’re always happen to share our perspective and lessons learned with policy makers. The shift to low C02, bio-based and high … Read More
Grimsholm Green, a leader in robot mower accessories space, collaborates with Trifilon, an innovative Swedish developer of sustainable biocomposites.
Swedish biocomposite-maker Trifilon announced that it has successfully concluded a new round of investments and recruited a new, top-tier CEO, Johan Thiel, who formerly headed the successful MIPS.
Cake, which recently launched a groundbreaking electric motorbike, will now collaborate with Trifilon, an exciting Swedish startup that designs and sells sustainable materials with advanced biocomposite technology.
At Trifilon’s Stockholm office, about once a week, we get deliveries of delicious hemp-seed shakes made by Hempster, a startup based just outside of Stockholm. This podcast features Bettina Schutz, one of the founders of Hempster. She tells the story about how she and her partner started making tasty health drinks.
What are Legos made from? Allan Verner Rasmussen is a materials consultant with loads of experience in the plastics industry. He currently works for Plastix and also has his own consultancy Altha Aps. In recent years he also worked for Lego.
Could a certificate system get companies to recycle products more? Hanna Ljungkvist Nordin from the Swedish Environmental Research Institute, better known as IVL, gave a lecture about such a certificate system at the Plastteknik Nordic, plastics tradeshow. This is the 6th and final in the series from that tradeshow.