Marking its second consecutive participation in the international fair, Borouge will promote its bimodal polyethylene to be produced at its soon-to-be-completed petrochemical complex.
Polyethylene producer, Borouge, will be participating in K2001, 15th International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, which will be held from 25 October to 1 November 2001 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
This marks the second time that Borouge will be participating in the international fair, which is considered one of the most important trade events for the plastic industry. Borouge expects to attract keen interest for its bimodal polyethylene to be produced in its soon-to-be-completed petrochemical complex in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Located in Ruwais, the US$1.2 billion complex is UAE’s first significant downstream investment. It is also the only Borstar bimodal polyethylene facility in the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
The complex consists of a 600,000 tonne/year ethylene cracker and two Borstar bimodal polyethylene plants. The complex is scheduled for completion by the end of this year with commercial production expected in early 2002. The two polyethylene plants will have a combined annual production of 450,000 tonnes.
Borouge will be showcasing its wide range of bimodal linear low-density (LLD), medium-density (MD) and high-density (HD) grades for use in the flexible and rigid packaging and pipe industries at K2001.
Borouge’s booth is located at stand no. C58, Hall 6 at the Düsseldorf Trade Fair Centre.