INEOS Styrolution presents new styrenic solutions at Feiplastic in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Visit INEOS Styrolution at booth J70
- Get inspired by the latest material developments and local and international applications for a wide range of industries
- Get updated on INEOS Styrolution’s ambitious growth path and efforts aiming at styrenics recycling
INEOS Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, announces today that the company will participate at the Feiplastic International Plastics Trade Fair in Sao Paulo, Brazil (April, 22-26, 2019). Customers are invited to meet INEOS Styrolution specialists at booth J70 to discuss the use of the latest styrenic material solutions for new application designs and learn about the company’s ambitious projects to grow in the region and to pave the way for a circular economy for styrenics.
INEOS Styrolution’s presence at the Feiplastic demonstrates the company’s continued strong commitment to the region – a region that has been identified as a growth region for INEOS Styrolution in its Triple Shift Strategy.
Customers visiting INEOS Styrolution at booth J70 in Sao Paulo can expect to learn about a range of new applications for industries such as automotive, healthcare, household, electronics and construction.
INEOS Styrolution experts will discuss benefits of the most recent materials as well as new customer applications taking advantage of the materials’ respective properties.
Product highlights at this year’s Feiplastic will include the latest styrenics solutions as well as news on StyLight, the company’s composite with a class A surface, designed for use in the automotive, electronics and gaming industry.
INEOS Styrolution executives will be available at Feiplastic to discuss the company’s growth plans in the region as well as its ambitious efforts aiming at circularity for styrenics to save valuable resources, recycle styrenic waste and reduce the ecological footprint.
“We are very active in expanding our production capacities and, in collaboration with partner companies, we invest significantly into new recycling technologies such as depolymerisation for polystyrene,” explains Alexander Glueck, President Americas.