Kingswin is working with several domestic universities to improve promising bioplastics — PLA's goal is to match its customers' needs and to apply different biomass (natural or recycled) to add much more value to its customers' products. Kingswin can see that the trend of the bioplastics market is on the right track even though currently its share is far below 1%. Meanwhile, great efforts have been made regarding the development of various bioplastics, the reuse technology in relation to discarded material and the setting up of bioplastics recycling/sorting. Kingswin's strength is that it understands what customers need and the dilemma concerning bioplastics, and it can minimize the gap between human desire and green earth needs. Its next 5-year ambitious plan is to help its existing and potential customers to achieve their aggressive carbon footprint diminution target on time.
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