Borouge and Borealis launch sustainable automotive products


New products are designed for exterior applications

Borouge and Borealis, one of the world’s biggest polyolefin manufacturers, recently announced the launch of two new sustainable polymer products for the automotive industry, in line with both companies’ sustainability drive.

Made from up to 70% recycled materials, these are the first sustainable products developed at Borouge’s Compounding Manufacturing Plant (CMP) located in Shanghai, China, which recently received ISO 14067 certification for carbon footprint assessment.

“The launch of our latest products signals our strong commitment to sustainability. By using recycled materials, and developing products with a lower carbon footprint, we demonstrate how circular economy goals are achievable with tangible results today,” commented Rainer Hoefling, Chief Executive Officer, Borouge.

“The rising demand for innovative mobility solutions has underscored sustainability as a crucial focal point for the automotive industry. In response, our customers are actively seeking ways to integrate sustainable polyolefin solutions into their latest car models,” remarked Eddie Wang, Senior Vice President, Asia South, Borouge.


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