SABIC

SABIC is a global leader in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We manufacture on a global scale in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific, making distinctly different kinds of products: chemicals, commodity and high performance plastics, agri-nutrients and metals.

We support our customers by identifying and developing opportunities in key end markets such as construction, medical devices, packaging, agri-nutrients, electrical and electronics, transportation and clean energy.

SABIC recorded a net profit of US$ 1.5 billion in 2019. Sales revenues for 2019 totaled US$ 37.3 billion while total assets stood at US$ 82.6 billion. Production in 2019 was 72.6 million metric tons.

SABIC has more than 33,000 employees worldwide and operates in around 50 countries. Fostering innovation and a spirit of ingenuity, we have 12,540 global patent filings, and have significant research resources with innovation hubs in five key geographies – USA, Europe, Middle East, South Asia and North Asia.

SABIC
Europaboulevard 1
6135 LD Sittard
Netherlands
+31 46 722 2222
www.sabic.com

SABIC’s LEXAN™ CLINIWALL™ AC6200 sheet provides anti-bacterial, hygienic and touchable wall cladding solutions for hospitals and public facilities

Anti-bacterial, hygienic and touchable wall cladding solution at a hospital, through SABIC’s LEXAN™ CLINIWALL™ AC6200 Sheet.SABIC has today launched a non-chlorinated and non-brominated opaque sheet, LEXAN CLINIWALL AC6200. The sheet aims to provide a hygienic, sanitary solution for interior surfaces to several industries around the world.

SABIC doneert 3.200 beschermingsmiddelen aan het UMC+ Maastricht in strijd tegen COVID-19

SABIC doneert 3.200 beschermingsmiddelen aan het UMC+ Maastricht in strijd tegen COVID-19. Van links naar rechts:
John Bruijnooge General Manager SABIC Site Geleen
Ronald Verrips sr manager EHSS SABIC Site Geleen
SABIC, leider in de chemische industrie, doneert ruim 3.200 persoonlijke beschermingsmiddelen vanuit de productielocatie in Geleen in strijd tegen COVID-19.

SABIC reveals plans for TRUCIRCLE solutions to close the plastics loop in 2020

SABIC Chairman, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Jarbou, and Vice Chairman & CEO Yousef Al-Benyan, with representatives from Tupperware Brands, Vinventions, Coveris, Plastic Energy, Haldor Topsøe and Renewi at last night’s event to reveal plans for TRUCIRCLE™ solutions to close the plastics loop in 2020.SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, has revealed its intentions for TRUCIRCLE solutions to drive to close the loop on plastics waste in 2020, together with global collaborators.

SABIC names DKSH as a distribution partner in Asia

SABIC names DKSH as a distribution partner in Asia.As part of its strategy to foster the additional growth of its Specialties business, and to provide outstanding service to its customers in Asia Pacific, SABIC has named DKSH as a key distribution partner, serving SABIC customers for specialty engineering thermoplastics in Greater China, South Korea, and Southeast Asia.

SABIC zet belangrijke eerste stap in realisatie restwarmtelevering aan het Groene Net

Van links naar rechts: Daniel Moenis, projectmanager En natuurlijk; Rogier Dieteren, Directeur Het Groene Net Ontwikkel BV.; Bert Bosman, senior Specialist Duurzaamheid SABIC, Rik Neyens projectmanager SABIC.SABIC en Het Groene Net (HGN) hebben aangekondigd dat SABIC erin is geslaagd om tijdens de recente Turnaround (6-jaarlijkse onderhoudsbeurt) de eerste aansluiting te plaatsen in haar naftakraker “Olefins 4”, waardoor deze kan worden aangesloten op het stadswarmtenetwerk van HGN. Hiermee is de eerste fysieke stap gezet in het project om woningen en kantoren in de regio Sittard aardgasvrij te maken met behulp van industriële restwarmte.

SABIC expands water management portfolio with new NORYL resin combining increased fluctuating pressure performance and cost-effectiveness

SABIC’s new NORYL™ WM330G resin, available globally, benefits customers by delivering higher burst pressure, fluctuating pressure and creep rupture performance to meet more-aggressive qualification testing in applications such as ultrasonic water meters, instant water heaters and pump housings, as well as control valves and hydro blocks. SABIC’s water hammer testing protocol has determined that NORYL WM330G resin can deliver up to a two-fold (2X) improvement in fluctuating pressure performance compared to legacy grades and is an especially good candidate for complex designs that prevent optimal cooling during processing. Hot spots can lead to vulnerabilities in the finished part; however, the new SABIC material helps to addresses this challenge and gives designers greater freedom to create more intricate geometries. SABIC today announced the launch of NORYL WM330G resin, the latest addition to its portfolio of high-performance thermoplastics for water management applications. The new product is the first in a family of materials featuring proprietary impact-resistant technology for improved fluctuating pressure performance compared to legacy materials. The 30 percent glass-reinforced polyphenylene ether (PPE)-based grade also delivers excellent value through system cost-effectiveness and compliance with relevant global drinking water regulations.

SABIC showcases at Formnext 2019 diverse collaborations that deliver material technologies across the additive manufacturing value chain

SABIC is spotlighting here at Formnext 2019 its diverse and expanding collaborations that deliver value to customers by providing the company’s specialized materials at various points throughout the global additive manufacturing value chain. SABIC is well positioned to supply a variety of unique material chemistries that can address critical customer and value chain partner challenges in additive manufacturing.SABIC, a global leader in the chemical industry, is spotlighting here at Formnext 2019 (Hall 12.1, B61) its diverse and expanding collaborations that deliver value to customers by providing the company’s specialized materials at various points throughout the global additive manufacturing value chain. The company’s goals for these collaborations are to foster innovation and steadily expand application development opportunities for additively produced parts. To that end, SABIC is well positioned to supply a variety of unique material chemistries that can address critical customer and value chain partner challenges in additive manufacturing.

SABIC debuts at Automotive Interiors Expo 2019 paintable LNP LUBRICOMP compounds to reduce buzz, squeak and rattle

SABIC’s two new LNP™ LUBRICOMP™ compounds were developed to help mitigate buzz, squeak and rattle (BSR) noises in vehicle cabins.SABIC is introducing here today at Automotive Interiors Expo 2019 (Booth #A118) two new LNP LUBRICOMP compounds, developed to help mitigate buzz, squeak and rattle (BSR) noises in vehicle cabins. These injection moldable compounds, a polycarbonate/acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (PC/ABS) grade and a polycarbonate/acrylonitrile styrene acrylate (PC/ASA) grade, provide a low-gloss finish to meet general preferences for automotive interior decorative parts. Compared to silicone lubricants, which have the potential to leach out and interfere with paint adhesion, and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) lubricants, which can limit paint choices, the new products feature a proprietary internal lubrication technology and deliver excellent paintability.

SABIC technical Summit in Seoul to celebrate 70-year anniversary of LNP product line

SABIC technical summit in Seoul to celebrate 70-year anniversary of LNP™ product line.SABIC’s latest technical summit on its LNP product line of engineering thermoplastic compounds and copolymers concluded successfully this week in Seoul, Korea. Around 100 top decision makers in engineering, design at OEMs, ODMs, tiers and processors joined the event on Tuesday October 15 at the Intercontinental Grand Seoul Parnas. The summit was one of a series of global events that began late last year to mark 70 years of the LNP product line.

SABIC showcases specialty materials, technical capabilities for application innovation at Automotive Interiors Expo 

Radio bezel/button guides can be made with LNP™ LUBRICOMP™ compound based on a polycarbonate/ acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (PC/ABS) resin blendSABIC, a global chemical industry leader, is showcasing here at Automotive Interiors Expo 2019 (Booth #A118) its extensive portfolio of advanced materials, technical customer support services and other world-class resources for the development of leading-edge automotive interior applications. These include the company’s fast-growing family of LNP™ specialty compounds, high-performance NORYL™ polyphenylene ether (PPE)-based resins and ULTEM™ polyetherimide (PEI) resins; its state-of-the-art Global Application Technology (GApT) centers across the globe; and its ColorXpress custom color services and deep bench of material technology experts. SABIC is also introducing here two new, paintable, low-gloss LNP LUBRICOMP™ compounds that reduce buzz, squeak and rattle (BSR) noises in vehicle interiors.

On the front foot – new SABIC foam solution for footwear

On the front foot – new SABIC foam solution for footwear.Close collaboration with our partners in the value chain has enabled SABIC to build up a large bank of knowledge on foaming technologies, and to develop a dedicated, diverse global foam portfolio, applicable in almost all industrial applications. SABIC is adding to this portfolio with the launch of a dedicated polyolefin elastomer foam solution for footwear – both sports shoes and casual –FORTIFY C11075DF and FORTIFY C05075DF.

SABIC opens new caps & closures Technology and Innovation Center in the Netherlands

SABIC opens new caps & closures Technology and Innovation Center in the Netherlands.SABIC, a global leader in the chemicals industry is pleased to announce today the opening of its new Technology and Innovation Center dedicated to the caps and closures segment in Geleen, the Netherlands. Located in SABIC’s Global Technology Center for Europe on the Chemelot Campus, this investment is proof of SABIC’s commitment to the industry to develop new materials and technologies focused on caps and closures.

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