Sustainability in Packaging Asia 2020 Sponsorship

A joint venture between ADNOC and Borealis, Borouge is a leading petrochemicals company that provides innovative plastics solutions for the energy, infrastructure, mobility, packaging, healthcare and agriculture industries. With 4.5 million tonnes of annual capacity, Borouge has the world's largest integrated polyolefin complex, with the ambition to more than double its current capacity by 2030.

As a responsible petrochemicals company, Borouge believes that achieving a zero waste plastics circular economy requires strong and concerted actions by governments, industry, consumers and society.

We continue to provide and further develop solutions that are fully recyclable and aims to add recyclates to its Packaging portfolio in 2020. We are also actively developing advanced mono-materials for the packaging industry, which enable post-consumer packaging to be easily recycled.

Our technical experts are working relentlessly to develop new ways to reduce material use, extend the durability of products in applications, promote new designs that enhance reuse and recycling, and encourage the use of recyclates where possible across our value chain.

Borouge has also established a dedicated Packaging Circular Economy Team in Singapore to drive sustainable Circular Economy business models. We are working to influence and enable our customers and value chain partners to adopt and achieve their own circular economy commitments to increase recycled content and design their products for recyclability.