Posts Tagged ‘world’

World’s largest plastic pipe maker to expand production to meet demand in North USA, Canada

JM Eagle, the world’s largest manufacturer of plastic pipe, is expanding production of solid-wall high-density polyethylene at two of its plants to meet demand in northern U.S. and Canadian markets. JM Eagle, the world’s largest manufacturer of plastic pipe, is expanding production of solid-wall high-density polyethylene at two of its plants to meet demand in northern U.S

Read the rest of this entry »

SABIC invests in multiwall sheet capacity in India

A state-of-the-art Lexan* multiwall sheet production line will be unveiled at SABIC IP?s Vadodara, India manufacturing facility.

Read the rest of this entry »

World?s largest plastics recycling plant inaugurated

The world?s largest recycling plant has been inaugurated. ECO Plastics and Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd (CCE) have announced the official opening of their new joint venture, Continuum Recycling.

Read the rest of this entry »

Shaw in alliance with Total to jointly market and license polystyrene technology worldwide

The Shaw Group Inc. has announced it has formed an exclusive alliance with Total Petrochemicals to jointly market and license Total PetrochemicalsÂ’ polystyrene technology on a worldwide basis. The alliance is based on a licensing cooperation agreement recently signed by the two companies.

Read the rest of this entry »

DSM Engineering Plastics moves global Head Quarters to Asia

In a strategic move to anticipate customer needs quicker around the globe, DSM Engineering Plastics has shifted global headquarters to Singapore. The Company, which has development, sales and manufacturing facilities located in The Netherlands, USA, Japan, China, Taiwan, India, Belgium and Russia has moved a number of its key functions to Asia in order to underline its commitment to the Asian market which is expected to represent the major share of the companyÂ’s growth in the coming years. According to Roelof Westerbeek, President DSM Engineering Plastics, the move – which was pre-announced in 2010 – is making good progress and will be completed in 2012: “This is a significant step as it puts us right at the heart of the fast-growing Asian marketplace.

Read the rest of this entry »

Zhafir Plastics Machinery opens new subsidiary in India

As one of the premium brands of all electrical injection molding machines, Zhafir Plastics Machinery has founded its subsidiary in India — Plastics Machinery India Private Limited Founded in 2005 in Germany, the Zhafir Group with its present two manufacturing and technology facilities in Ebermannsdorf/Germany and in Ningbo/China and the now newly founded sales and service center in Mumbai/India represents the premium brand of Haitian International — the world’s largest manufacturer of injection molding machines. In 2010, all together approx. 30,000 machines were delivered to customers and in the first half year of 2011 this figure could be repeated with more than 15,000 machines sold despite a difficult market environment

Read the rest of this entry »

Sibur to build giant petrochemical complex

Russia-based Sibur is considering building a new giant petrochemical complex in Tobolsk (in Tyumen, western Siberia), which is expected to be the largest in Russia and one of the largest in the world, according to Dmitry Konov, CEO of the company, as reported in Europeanp Plastics News. The new project, which is expected to be known as ZapSibNeftehim, involves the construction of a pyrolysis facility with a capacity of 1.5 mln tons of ethylene.

Read the rest of this entry »

SABIC plans to set up resin and engineering plastic compound plants in India and China

Saudi Basic Industries (SABIC) plans to set up resin and engineering plastic compound plants in India and China, as per Reuters.

Read the rest of this entry »

Turnover of Indian plastic industry to touch Rs 1,000 bln in 2012

The Plastic industry in India symbolizes a promising industry and is creating new employment opportunities for the people of India. The per capita consumption of plastic products in India is growing and is moving towards 2.5 times GDP growth

Read the rest of this entry »