Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers 28-09-2019 - Arhive
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BIAXPLEN has acquired a 50% stake in the European biaxially-oriented polypropylene (BOPP) film producer Manucor S.p.A.
BIAXPLEN and Manucor will share their best practices in terms of R&D, sales and marketing, production, and technical support.
Joining efforts with Manucor’s sales team will result in new opportunities in the European markets for BIAXPLEN. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
In turn, SIBUR will engage PolyLab, its Skolkovo-based R&D centre, to develop new products. Together, the parties expect to create one of the largest BOPP film producers in Europe
A new plastics manufacturing facility with connections to Tokyo is slated to create 200 jobs in Seguin and $65 million in capital investment. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
During a mission trip to Japan, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Continental Structural Plastics, Inc. is building a new composites manufacturing facility just off Interstate 10 near the Niagara facility, according to a news release from the governor’s office.
Not to be mistaken for Continental Automotive, Continental Structural Plastics, Inc. is headquartered out of Auburn, Mich and its parent company, Teijin Group Company, is based out of Tokyo, Josh Schneuker, Executive Director of the Seguin Economic Development Corporation, said.
Pilot project takes steps toward flexible food contact approved packaging from plastic waste Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
ChemCycling is the name of a new pilot project, being undertaken in partnership with Mondi, the global packaging and paper group, and COROOS, a food-industry supplier, by which Germany-based chemical producer BASF is further developing their process for the chemical recycling of plastic waste. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
Plastic waste that is difficult to recycle, such as mixed or contaminated plastics, is converted into a pyrolysis oil through thermochemical processes. This secondary raw material can be used as input in BASF’s production process, thereby partly replacing fossil resources, to manufacture numerous chemical products.
The LYCRA Company exhibited its latest innovations — FitSense technology, MyFit fiber and EcoMade fiber — at Intertextile Shanghai last week. The three new products were showcased for the first time.
The FitSense technology is a patented water-based dispersion that features the same molecule as LYCRA fiber, but in liquid form. This revolutionary innovation is screen printed onto fabric containing LYCRA fiber to provide lightweight, targeted support across a range of garment types. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
There are still very few cargoes of polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) from the Mideast Gulf being offered to buyers in Asia-Pacific, and October supply could be limited if Saudi producers prioritise clearing backlog cargoes from this month.
Saudi producers, who are major exporters to Asia-Pacific, typically offer new allocations to the region at the end of the month. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
Petrochemical feedstock was curtailed across Saudi after an attack on oil installations on 14 September, affecting production of polymers.
PureCycle Technologies has successfully transformed waste carpet into ultra-pure recycled polypropylene (UPRP) resin, through its proprietary plastics recycling technology developed by Procter & Gamble (P&G). Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
The successful scaling of the technology unlocks potential for a wide range of waste PP that can be restored to its original virgin-like condition. This technology will result in a substantial increase in demand for waste PP and will help to provide alternatives to landfilling and exporting plastics waste.
The Worldwide Bioplastics and Biodegradable Plastics Market has recently published by market.us.Bioplastics and Biodegradable Plastics Market Future Demand, Latest Research by Competitors, Segmentation and Regional Forecast (2019-2029).
The Global Bioplastics and Biodegradable Plastics Market research report primarily focuses on the market trends, strategies, demand spectrum, market segment, and future prospects of this industry across the forecast period. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
This Report covers the manufacturers’ data, including purchase, value, revenue, gross profit, marketing distribution etc. This report also covers all the regions and countries of the globe, which shows Past, current, and projected the size of the market from the viewpoint of both value and volume, geographical development status.
The increasing use of bio-based polyethylene terephthalate (PET) in different industries, such as automotive and packaging, and the environmental degradation caused by synthetic variants are some of the key factors driving the growth of the bio-based PET market. Crude Oil Recycling Technopolymers
In 2017, the market generated a revenue of $3,917.4 million, and it is expected to progress at a 14.7% CAGR during the forecast period (2018–2023).
Bio-based PET refers to a fully biodegradable, recyclable, renewable, and compostable material, which is 70.0% fossil-derived terephthalic acid (TPA) and 30.0% plant-derived ethanol glycol.