Polypropylene (PP) - news on Plastech
Borealis embraces the new era of electric vehicles with innovative, lightweight Fibremod and Daplen solutions.
At Interpack 2017 Innovia Films will be showcasing products around four current market themes.
SABIC will have a new pilot plant for development of next-generation polypropylenes on-stream in the Netherlands.
The new polypropylene for foam production is a more efficient alternative for the automotive, manufacturing, home appliance, packaging and construction industries.
Carmel Olefins partnering with L.K. Machinery at K 2016 to showcase its new Capilene CT 80A polypropylene resin based on Milliken's Millad NX 8000 clarifier technology.
In Düsseldorf Milliken will give center stage to the advantages of using its technology leading clarifiers and nucleators to improve PP.
SABIC next-generation Flowpact PP enables downgauging and easier processing for rigid packaging.
Carmel Olefins creates high impact step-change for transparent injection molded applications with Capilene CT 80A based on new Millad NX 8000.
Borealis introduces lightweight materials for composite applications and expands Fibremod capacity at Monza plant.
Borealis and Biesterfeld Plastic GmbH announced a cooperation agreement for joint efforts in Brazil.
ExxonMobil PP7855E1 resin replaces steel as main structural component.
A world-class 10.5 m orientation line will be installed by Q4, 2016, increasing capacity by more than 50,000 tons per year and further improving production flexibility.