Production of Polymers Can’t be a  Privilege for Iranian Converters

Production of Polymers Can’t be a Privilege for Iranian Converters

{This article, price indexes and analysis are only open to the paid subscribers {pro-members} and those who are interested should register and pay for whatever that they wish to read in a complete format): The facts behind the figures show that the production of polymers in Iran can’t be considered as a privilege for the Iranian converters. The semi private Iranian petrochemicals that showed to be the private units in order to bypass the sanctions are now selling their products only on the basis of their own benefits and not on the basis of the Iranian converters’ need of being competitive with the neighbouring countries.

Conserving Natural Resources with EPS Food Packaging

Conserving Natural Resources with EPS Food Packaging

 BASF’s customer “Schaumaplast GmbH & Co.KG”, an internationally active manufacturer of molded parts made from particle foams, is now offering packaging made from biomass-balanced Styropor®. The Styropor MB used is the first EPS (expandable polystyrene) on the market to be