DUBAI, 31st October, 2016 (WAM) — Borouge, a joint venture company of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, ADNOC, and Austria-based Borealis, will showcase its latest polyethylene, PE, and polypropylene, PP, innovative solutions for a wide range of applications in packaging, infrastructure, energy, mobility and other economic sectors, at the Arabplast 2017 show at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 8th-10th January.
Borouge, will also highlight its expansion projects, such as the Borouge 3 plant, which more than doubles the company’s total annual production capacity to 4.5 million tonnes of polyolefins, making the Borouge Ruwais site the world’s largest integrated polyolefins plant.
Borouge’s participation as a Principal Sponsor at Arabplast reflects the growing significance of the event as the most important plastics exhibition in the Middle East, where top leading plastics producers, manufacturers and convertors from the GCC and other parts of the world meet to discuss latest technologies used in the industry.
“As Principal Sponsor, Arabplast provides us with a new opportunity to highlight our significant contribution to further support and improve the plastics industry in the MENA region and reinforce our growing position as a leading provider of innovative and sustainable plastics solutions that have a positive impact on society as a whole,” said Wim Roels, CEO of Borouge Pte Ltd, the marketing arm of Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge).
“Arabplast is an ideal platform to showcase our unique, differentiated products, growth and investments in innovation and how we provide the market with the most advanced polyolefin solutions that meet the increasing demand due to the growing urbanisation and rapid infrastructure growth,” he added.
Hazeem Sultan Al Suwaidi, Borouge’s Senior Vice President Middle East Africa, said, “Arabplast is the foremost plastics industry exhibition in the region and presents a perfect opportunity for Borouge to connect with and show our appreciation to our valued customers and industry partners. We see it as an ideal platform for Borouge to demonstrate our commitment to the region as the leading provider of polyolefin solutions in energy, infrastructure and advanced packaging.”
Borouge will demonstrate its developing innovation capabilities with the establishment of the world-class, hi-tech Innovation Centre in Abu Dhabi and the new state-of-the art Application Centre in Shanghai that supports the company’s growing customer base in China and strengthens its ability to deliver innovative plastics compounds for automotive and non-automotive applications across the region.