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September 05, 2015 1:45 AM ET


Company Overview of Borouge Pte Ltd.

Company Overview

Borouge Pte Ltd. manufactures plastic products. It offers bimodal polyethylene products and polyolefins. The company’s products are used in power and communication cables, packaging, and automotive components, as well as in water, gas, and industrial pipe systems. Borouge Pte, Ltd. was founded in 1998 and is based in Singapore with a production plant in China. The company has locations in the Middle East and East Africa, North East Asia, the South East Asia and Pacific, the Indian Subcontinent, the Americas, and Europe; and a marketing and sales company in Beijing, China. Borouge Pte Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Polymers Co. Ltd.

1 George Street

# 18-01

Singapore,  049145


Founded in 1998


65 6275 4100


65 6377 1233

Key Executives for Borouge Pte Ltd.

Chief Executive officer
Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Polymers Co Ltd
Age: 52
Senior Vice President of Borouge 3
Chief Financial Officer of Abu Dhabi Polymers Co Ltd
Age: 44
Senior Vice President of Greater China
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Borouge Pte Ltd. Key Developments

Borouge Announces Polypropylene Compounding Plant Expansion in Shanghai, China

Borouge announced polypropylene (PP) compounding plant expansion in Shanghai, China will start up in the fourth quarter of 2015. The company will add 30,000 tonnes/year of PP compounding capacity at the site, bringing the total capacity to 80,000 tonnes/year. The plant in Shanghai, geared for the automotive industry, produces fibre-reinforced PP used in auto dashboards, and in air intake manifolds which sit on the cyclinders of engines.

Borealis and Borouge Unveil New Engineering Solutions for Automotive Industry

Borealis and Borouge have introduced new and upgraded material solutions engineered for the automotive industry. The new lightweight grades Fibremod WE380HP and Daplen EE058AI are representative of Borealis and Borouge's commitment to offering new and multi-faceted solutions to automotive OEMS around the globe. In so-called hybrid grades, reinforcing polypropylene with a combination of glass fibre and mineral filler yields a special performance grade. As one such grade, Fibremod WE380HP is a new hybrid PP compound comprised of 20% glass fibre reinforcement and 10% mineral filler. It is intended for use in both structural and visible automotive parts, such as under-the-bonnet (engine covers, gear housings) and high-end interior applications (window frames, arm rests). As a replacement for other materials, Fibremod WE380HP is a lightweight solution that contributes to lower fuel consumption and reduced CO2 emissions without compromising on visual aesthetics or performance. The grade can bear a high mechanical load, offers excellent processability, outstanding dimensional stability, low warpage, good heat resistance and allows for self-colouring. In addition to this multi-talented new material, other lightweight grades being highlighted at the IZB include the pioneering PP natural fibre grades NJ200AI and NJ201AI, both of which allow for 9% weight savings when compared to a PP-T20. The recently-launched thermoplastic olefin compound Daplen EE058AI is not only lightweight, but also offers tiger stripe-free technology, as does the upgraded Daplen EE189HP. Automotive OEMs continue to seek out materials that help reduce overall vehicle weight in order to improve fuel consumption and fulfil stringent CO2 emissions standards, while still meeting requirements in terms of efficient processing and surface aesthetics. The phenomenon of tiger stripes - the visually recognisable periodic change of surface gloss - is caused by converting processes and is a general problem of all thermoplastic materials, including polyolefins. The newly-developed, tiger stripe-free TPO compound Daplen EE058AI boasts an excellent property profile and is a fitting replacement for conventional T15 and T20 interior materials.

Borouge 3 Petrochemical Units on Track to Start Up in 2014

Borouge is on track to start production at its six new petrochemical plants throughout the year. The plants - which include a 1.5m tonne/year ethane cracker; two Borstar polyethylene (PE) units with a combined capacity of 1.08m tonnes/year; two Borstar polypropylene (PP) units with a combined capacity of 960,000 tonnes/year; and a 350,000 tonne/year low density PE (LDPE) unit - comprise the third phase of Borouge's petrochemical project in Abu Dhabi, known as Borouge 3. The start-up of Borouge 3 will take place during 2014 as planned. With the new complex, Borouge will raise its olefins and polyolefins capacity to around 4.5m tonnes/year from 2m tonnes/year currently.

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