About this event
We are celebrating 65 years of Styrenic Block Copolymer (SBC) innovation with a new series of webinars centered around sustainability and the circular economy.
Net-zero emissions by 2050 is an aspiring yet challenging goal for the automotive industry. Join speakers Roger Steens, Kristof Verschueren, and Sander Ridder, for our webinar: Enhancing Sustainability & Circularity in the Automotive Industry on October 6th at 10 am CST. You’ll discover how leveraging Kraton's high-performance auto solutions can enable improvements in supply chain sustainability. TPE Compounders, Automotive Tier 1 & 2 Suppliers, Converters, and OEMs are encouraged to attend.
In this webinar you will learn how Kraton can help you:
✅ Lower your carbon footprint and emissions
✅ Reduce the use of fossil-based materials
✅ Adopt circular design without trade-offs in performance
ROGER STEENS | Sustainability Manager, Kraton
Roger is a sustainability professional with 30+ years of experience developing and implementing sustainability strategies that help organizations build their sustainable business model. His role focuses on integrating sustainability as a value driver for the business and managing Kraton’s Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) program.
KRISTOF VERSCHUEREN | Global Auto & Medical Market Leader, Kraton
Kristof has over 20 years of Marketing & Sales experience across different roles and industries. Kristof obtained his M.S. in Polymer Technology at the University of Loughborough. Prior to joining Kraton in 2014, Kristof worked at A. Schulman and Avient in focus areas including ABS development & healthcare.
SANDER RIDDER | Sr. Manager, Strategic Marketing, Kraton
Sander has led strategic marketing for the tires market since 2011, with a focus on translating market trends to innovation opportunities. Prior to joining Kraton, he held various global roles at DSM across Automotive, Building & Construction and Coating markets.
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Kraton is a leading global producer of styrenic block copolymers (SBC) and pine chemicals, we manufacture high-performance materials that differentiate our customers’ products and meet multi-market needs.
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