“These tests clearly confirm our technology is an intrinsic part of the material and is not migrating under the harsh conditions of a dishwasher. Withstanding 1,000 dishwasher cycles without losing effectiveness is a tremendous milestone, setting new standards. And since 2015 our technology even got beter.” says Michaël van der Jagt, CEO of Parx Plastics.
Parx Plastics NV announces that the Italian Ministry of Economic Development issued the patent certificate for the industrial invention covering the company’s technologies to create antimicrobial and antibiofilm functionality on the surface of Vitamin E-blended Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) for orthopedic prosthetic devices.
Leading the way to guarantee the utmost hygiene, Aldi in USA has been implementing shelf liners produced with the aid of the Parx Plastics technologies. These technologies are integrated in the manufacturing process of the extruded sheets and have the ability to prevent adhesion of biofilm and bacteria. The technology is creating a surface with a build-in defense mechanism against adherent cells, making sure the surfaces stay cleaner for longer.
Today it became clear to Parx Plastics NV (Euronext: MLPRX) (“Parx” or the “Company”) that Ningbo BMQ Technology Development, Co., Ltd (“BMQ”), Parx' sole distributor for mainland China, will most likely not be able to pay the outstanding invoices of Parx.