Borouge is committed to enhancing and growing the petrochemical industry in Middle East and Asia and is a prominent contributor to key global industry associations.
The Gulf Petrochemicals & Chemicals Association (GPCA) was initiated in 2004 by its founding members, one of which was Borouge, with a view to form a dedicated non-profit association that serves its members with a variety of data, technical assistance and resources required by the petrochemicals and chemicals industries.
The PE100+ Association was established in 1999 by the major polyethylene (PE) manufacturers aiming to guarantee the highest quality in the production and use of PE100 pipe materials. The Association updates the “PE100+ Quality Materials List" of high performance grades, in which BorSafe® HE3490-LS pipe grade of Borouge is listed on.
Borouge set up the Gulf Plastics Pipe Academy (GPPA) in the Middle East as an independent non-profit organisation aiming to promote the use of specified plastic pipe systems and best installation practices for the sustainable development of the region.
The Association of International Chemical Manufacturers (AICM) represents more than 50 major foreign investments in China’s chemical industry, promoting Responsible Care® and other globally recognised chemical management principles among stakeholders, advocating cost-effective, science and risk-based policies to policy makers and expanding the chemical industry’s contribution to the economy. Borouge and AICM signed the Responsible Care® Global Charter in September 2011, committing to advocating and putting in practice Responsible Care® in China.
Established in 1989, the SPIA is a non-profit trade organisation, and currently the sole representative body of the plastics industry in Singapore. SPIA's membership comprises of multinational organisations, as well as large, medium and small enterprises, representing virtually every sector of the plastics industry. Internationally, SPIA has affiliated itself to the ASEAN Federation Plastic Industries (AFPI) and the Asia Plastic Forum (APF).