SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, has announced today the start-up of its new polypropylene (PP) compounding line in Genk, Belgium with a virtual inauguration event.
SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, introduced today the company’s first automotive grades containing mechanically recycled content within the company’s Trucircle portfolio of circular solutions and services.
Tomra and Gualapack work together to prove the recyclability of Gualapack’s first-of-a-kind monomaterial PP spouted pouch through all stages of treatment of a DKR rigid PP waste stream.
Repsol will build two polymer materials plants at its Sines Industrial Complex (Portugal), representing the largest industrial investment in Portugal in the last ten years, at €657 million. The new materials produced are 100% recyclable, like the rest of Repsol's polyolefins.
Ampacet, a global masterbatch leader, has introduced Nucleant PP 4000389-E, a nucleating additive designed to improve polypropylene mechanical properties and stiffness.
Oerlikon Nonwoven has commissioned a further high-performance meltblown system with ecuTEC+ electro-charging unit at NOWOtex GmbH & Co. KG in Eichenzell, Germany.
Borealis’ Bornewables product range of polypropylene provides significantly smaller greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions compared to polyolefins made from fossil-based feedstock, according to a new LCA study.
The first COMPLUS Concept from Polykemi and Rondo Plast focuses on a newly developed PP-based material for complex interior automotive applications.
The Spanish multinational Repsol has reached an agreement with the leading international company in the field of rigid plastic packaging Jokey Group, and Spanish organic dairy company Cantero de Letur.
Oben Group announced the acquisition of Poligal Group, effective February 25, 2021. This acquisition includes the BOPP and CPP production plants in Portugal and Poland, commercial offices in Germany and an extensive sales and distribution network throughout Europe.
SABIC, a global leader in the chemicals industry, today announced that Beiersdorf will be using certified renewable polypropylene from SABIC’s Trucircle portfolio of “second generation” bio-based materials in the skincare company’s cosmetics packaging.
Paccor, a global player in the packaging industry, is again leading technological change from linear to circular plastics.