IRPC and Nexam have decided to strengthen their relationship in the
area of modified polyolefins, such as PE and PP, using Nexam
crosslinking technology. The agreement formalizes the frames for the
extended cooperation between the two companies, both regarding the
development of products and commercialization of these.
IRPC is a polymer and polyolefin producer based in Thailand, and has
been a participant in the PO-CROSS Eurostars project.
Polyolefins, such as PE and PP, is an important market for Nexam, as
it holds a range of opportunities.
“We are very satisfied that IRPC and Nexam have decided to strengthen
their relationship. It enhances and builds upon what we learnt during
the Eurostars project. Through this cooperation we have a better
possibility to develop and commercialize products to the polyolefins
market“, says Daniel Röme, Director of Business Development &
Innovation at Nexam Chemical.
“We see a range of applications where Nexams crosslinking technolgy
and products can yield critical improvements to polyolefins that are
demanded in the market place. Through this cooperation we expect our
positions in the market place to strengthen and be expanded“, says
Roman Strauss, R&D Expert at IRPC.
Activity continues to be high at Nexam and we expect more positive newsflow, including additional commercialisation contracts, in the near future.
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