ExxonMobil debuts at Chinaplas 2024

These advanced solutions use ExxonMobil’s high-performance polymers to improve performance while supporting sustainability:

From April 23 to 26, ExxonMobil appeared at the 2024 Chinaplas Exhibition, practicing the concept of \”innovation and sustainability, \’shaping\’ a better future\”.
ExxonMobil exhibited innovative solutions for various applications in the fields of packaging, sanitary materials, automobiles, agriculture, consumer goods and building construction.
In addition, ExxonMobil works with customers, equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and brands to showcase innovations.
These advanced solutions utilize ExxonMobil’s high-performance polymers to improve performance while also supporting sustainability: ▪ Solutions designed to facilitate recyclability using simplified, single-material (polymer) Packaging films and products made of ethylene, polypropylene or polyolefin) structures.
Different from traditional multi-material solutions, the new product solution is easy to recycle.
Samples on display will include: Primary Packaging: – Uniaxially stretched MDO blown film solution based on the latest launch of high density polyethylene ExxonMobil™ HDPE HD7165L.
– A variety of packaging bags designed to facilitate recycling1, including all-polyethylene stand-up bags based on uniaxially oriented (MDO) cast film; deinkable all-polyethylene stand-up bags with excellent barrier properties; and Stiff one-way stretch (MDO) polyethylene film composite (PE//PE) single material stand-up bag.
– 9-layer EVOH co-extruded high-barrier uniaxially oriented (MDO) polyethylene film with excellent stiffness to facilitate downstream processing.
– Recyclable 1. All-polyethylene vacuum thermoforming packaging with high oxygen resistance (using down-blowing water-cooling process), which has both packaging function and optics.
– Vistamaxx™ high-performance polymer solutions replace traditional heat seal layers in cast polypropylene (cPP) films, providing a lower sealing temperature (~90oC) and a wider thermal bonding window to help achieve a single Composite design of materials to improve recyclability1.
Secondary Packaging: – Innovative Double-Bubble Polyethylene Shrink Film (PEF) Solution – It uses ultra-low density Exceed™ XP high-performance polyethylene and is the next generation solution for polyolefin shrink film (POF) .
▪ Obtain recycled material solutions through physical recycling. ExxonMobil\’s high-performance polymers can help recycled materials maintain or enhance mechanical properties.
Samples on display include: – Heavy duty bags (HDS) and express bags with up to 30% recycled polyethylene content.
– Mobil 1™ motor oil bottles containing recycled high-density polyethylene (HDPE)—the recycled high-density polyethylene component has been modified with Vistamaxx™ performance polymers to help improve the impact resistance of the bottle , environmental stress cracking resistance (ESCR) and quality stability.
– Mini suitcases containing recycled polypropylene (PP) – the recycled polypropylene is partly from the recycling of milk powder caps, and is later modified by adding Vistamaxx™ high-performance polymers to help improve the recycled polypropylene Impact resistance (passed bag drop test), aesthetics and dimensional stability.
▪ Making more with less, ExxonMobil\’s high-performance polymers not only help reduce the amount of raw materials used, but also help maintain or enhance mechanical properties.
Samples on display will include: – Thinned Heavy Duty Bags (HDS) and Medium Rice Bags.
– Thinned air column bags for logistics.
– Lighter and stronger new energy vehicle (NEVs) parts made of Achieve™ high-grade polypropylene, including pure polypropylene solutions in areas such as door panels and trim parts, and glass fiber polyethylene to replace metal or engineering plastics Acrylic solution.
In addition, ExxonMobil will also demonstrate bead foam automotive parts added with Vistamaxx™ high-performance polymers to further help achieve lightweight vehicles and challenge the impossible.
Contains circular polymer solutions produced using Exxtend™ chemical recycling technology and certified by ISCC PLUS mass balance to help more waste plastics be \”reshaped\” into new life.
This technology helps expand the scope of recyclable plastic waste.
Samples on display include polypropylene food packaging made with ISCC PLUS certified recycled polymers in partnership with SEE Australia (formerly Sealed Air); and a partnership with Amcor for brands Cadbury Australia produces film packaging containing ISCC PLUS certified recycled polymers.
Visitors to the booth will also have the opportunity to interact with professionals to discuss and solve the challenges and design problems they face.
ExxonMobil will also host a series of TechTalks at the booth focusing on the latest technologies and solutions.
“ExxonMobil is focused on developing innovative solutions to help markets address a growing number of sustainability challenges.
\” J Dow, general manager of ExxonMobil\’s global polypropylene, Vistamaxx™ and Exgate™ marketing departments, said, \”We will sincerely cooperate with the entire industry chain and strive to improve people\’s quality of life and contribute to society. Bring about change.
\”To demonstrate its strong commitment to the local market, ExxonMobil is building a multi-billion dollar chemical complex in Huizhou, Guangdong, including a flexible feed steam cracker with an annual output of 1.6 million tons of ethylene and an annual output of more than 2.5 million tons. of high-performance polyethylene and polypropylene production units.
With the strong support of the Guangdong Provincial Government and relying on Huizhou\’s strong local infrastructure and industrial ecosystem, the current phase one project under construction in Huizhou Daya Bay Petrochemical Industrial Park is progressing smoothly and has reached the milestone of more than 50 million safe working hours.
The significant phased progress of the project has laid the foundation for full production in 2025.

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