Core materials




Material portfolio


A hard, stiff, brilliantly transparent synthetic resin produced by the polymerization of styrene. It is widely employed in the food-service industry as rigid trays and containers, disposable eating utensils, and foamed cups, plates, and bowls. PS is also copolymerized, or blended with other polymers, lending hardness and rigidity to a number of important plastic and rubber products.

  • Virgin material
  • Post-industrial scrap and post-consumer recycled resin
  • Offgrades


A tough, transparent synthetic resin employed in safety glass, eyeglass lenses, and compact discs, among other applications. PC is a special type of polyester used as an engineering plastic owing to its exceptional impact resistance, tensile strength, ductility, dimensional stability, and optical clarity.

  • Virgin material
  • Offgrades


One of the important family of polyolefin resins, polypropylene is moulded or extruded into many plastic products in which toughness, flexibility, lightweight, and heat resistance are required. It is also spun into fibres for employment in industrial and household textiles. Propylene can also be polymerized with ethylene to produce an elastic ethylene-propylene copolymer.

  • Virgin material
  • Post-industrial scrap and post-consumer recycled resin


We are able to connect you with finished and semi-finished products, among other materials:

  • Feedstock
  • Food packaging
  • Foil reels
  • Compostable polymers and compounds
  • Recycled PET flakes and pellets

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