SABIC
Materials giant teams up with Chinese and Mexican firms to trial new polyolefin film products
Sabic aims to validate the performance of its polyolefin resin products (Photo: Sabic)
Resin maker Sabic (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; www.sabic.com) has joined forces with a Chinese equipment manufacturer and a Mexico-based converter to test and validate the performance of the Saudi firm’s polyolefin resin products.

Teaming up with Guangdong Jinming Machinery (Guangdong, China; www.jmjj.com) and Bolsas de los Altos (Arandas, Mexico; www.bolsasdelosaltos.com) would offer a trial environment and result in the installation of Jinming’s multilayer coextrusion machinery at Bolsas’ Mexico facility.

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Sabic said by “exchanging mutual expertise on polymer technology and processing, this collaboration will secure the development of a robust applications pipeline based on current and future market trends”.
28.11.2022 Plasteurope.com [251634-0]
Published on 28.11.2022

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