PVC Resin
Polyvinyl chloride, commonly abbreviated PVC, is the third-most widely produced plastic, after polyethylene and polypropylene. PVC is used in construction because it is more effective than traditional materials such as copper, iron or wood in pipe and profile applications. It can be made softer and more flexible by the addition of plasticizers, the most widely used being phthalates. In this form, it is also used in clothing and upholstery, electrical cable insulation, inflatable products and many applications in which it replaces rubber.

Sr. No. Manufacturer Origin View Datasheet
1 Formosa Plastics Corporation (FPC) Taiwan
2 Ocean Plastics Co. Ltd. (OPC) Taiwan
3 China General Plastics Corp. (CGPC) Taiwan
4 LG Chem South Korea
5 Hanwha Chemical South Korea
6 Phu-My (Plastics and Chemical Co. Ltd. Vietnam
7 Thai Plastic & Chemicals (TPC) Thailand
8 Tainjin LG Dagu China
9 Tianjin Dagu Chem China
10 Engro Polymer & Chemicals Pakistan
11 SABIC Saudi Arabia
12 Ineos Vinyls Germany
13 Vinnolit Germany
14 Mexichem Resinas Vinilicas Mexico
15 Westlake USA
16 Oxy Vinyls USA
17 Geaorgia Gulf USA
18 Formosa Plastics USA

Polypropylene is a plastic polymer with the chemical formula C3H6. It is used in many different settings, both in industry and in consumer goods, and it can be used both as a structural plastic and as a fiber.

Polypropylene's wide range of physical properties, low density and easy processing make it attractive for diverse applications in all markets.

  • Homo Polymers: These polymers are translucent, crystalline propylene polymers that offer excellent heat and chemical resistance while maintaining a good balance of stiffness and impact performance.

  • Random Co-polymers: These polymers exhibit improved optical properties, impact resistance and flexibility versus homopolymers. These enhanced properties make random copolymers ideal for many consumer, medical and film applications

  • Impact Co-polymers: Impact copolymers offer various levels of stiffness and impact strength properties. They perform well at both low and elevated temperatures. They are ideal polymers for demanding applications found in the automotive, appliance and industrial markets.
Sr. No. Manufacturer Origin View Datasheet
1 Lyondell Basell Saudi Asabia
2 Exxon USA
3 Saudi Polymers Saudi Asabia
4 Borealis Group Abu Dhabi

A linear polymer, High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is prepared from ethylene by a catalytic process. The absence of branching results in a more closely packed structure with a higher density and somewhat higher chemical resistance than LDPE. HDPE is also somewhat harder and more opaque and it can withstand rather higher temperatures (120° Celsius for short periods, 110° Celsius continuously).

Benefits and Applications
  • Grocery merchandise and trash bags
  • Containers for frozen food and dairy products
  • Caps and closures
  • Liners for cereal, crackers and other food packaging
  • Plastic fuel tanks
  • Drink cups, dairy crates and bread trays
  • Toys and pails for items from paint to fresh produce
Sr. No. Manufacturer Origin Grade View Datasheet
1 Exxon Mobil USA HMA 014
2 Exxon Mobil USA HMA 016
3 Exxon Mobil USA HMA 020
4 Formosa Taiwan All Grade
5 InnoPlus Bangkok HD7000F
6 Lyondell Basell USA H5220
7 Lyondell Basell USA M4612


Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) is a colorless, non flammable, non reactive solid with no odor

It is translucent to opaque, robust enough to be virtually unbreakable and at the same time quite flexible. Chemically LDPE is unreactive at room temperature although it is slowly attacked by strong oxidizing agents and some solvents will cause softening or swelling.

LDPE resins offer manufacturers low production costs for a wide range of products with different levels of strength, stretch, clarity and puncture resistance. With this grade slate, manufacturers can produce films for thousands of applications, including:

  • Blown and cast film
  • Extrusion and coating
  • Rotational and injection molding

LDPE resin grades are branched polyethylenes, which provide easier processing, higher melt strength and superior optical properties compared with linear polyethylenes. The very-low-haze grades provide excellent optical properties. The branched structure of LDPE also makes it ideal to serve as the main resin component in shrink film structures.

Sr. No. Manufacturer Origin Grade View Datasheet
3 Innoplus Thailand LD2420H
3 Lotrene Qatar Film Grades
4 Lotrene Qatar Pipe & Blow Molding Grades


Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) is a substantially linear polymer (polyethylene), with significant numbers of short branches, commonly made by copolymerization of ethylene with longer-chain olefins. Linear low-density polyethylene differs structurally from conventional low-density polyethylene (LDPE) because of the absence of long chain branching. The linearity of LLDPE results from the different manufacturing processes of LLDPE and LDPE. In general, LLDPE is produced at lower temperatures and pressures by copolymerization of ethylene and such higher alpha-olefinsas butene, hexene, or octene. The copolymerization process produces an LLDPE polymer that has a narrower molecular weight distribution than conventional LDPE and in combination with the linear structure, significantly different rheological properties.

Applications :
  • Plastic Bags
  • Plastic Wraps / Stretch Wraps
  • Pouches
  • Toys
  • Buckets and Containers
Sr. No. Manufacturer Origin Grade View Datasheet
1 Lotrene ® Qatar Q2018C
2 Innoplus Thailand LL9640A
3 Innoplus Thailand LL7410A
4 Chandra Asri Indonesia UI2650
5 Formosa Plastics Corporation Taiwan All Grade
6 Sabic Saudi Arabia 118 / 218


Ethylene vinyl acetate (also known as EVA) is the copolymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate. It is a polymer that approaches elastomeric materials in softness and flexibility, yet can be processed like other thermoplastics. The material has good clarity and gloss, barrier properties, low-temperature toughness, stress-crack resistance, hot-melt adhesive water proof properties, and resistance to UV radiation. EVA has little or no odor and is competitive with rubber and vinyl products in many electrical applications.

  • Hot Melt Adhesives
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Shoes
  • Luggage
  • Film Extrusion
Sr. No. Manufacturer Origin Grade View Datasheet
1 FPC Taiwan All Grade
2 HONAM Korea VS430
3 POLENE Thailand N8038


CPVC is an acronym for Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride. CPVC possesses the same outstanding chemical resistance of PVC, but offers superior performance to PVC in applications where higher heat resistance is required.

Although more difficult than PVCCPVC can be thermowelded. Chemical bonding of the product is similar to that of PVC.

CPVC is a popular engineering material due to its relatively low cost, high glass transition temperature, high heat distortion temperature, chemical inertness, and flame and smoke properties. CPVC is used in a variety of industrial applications where a high functional temperature and resistance to corrosive chemicals are desirable. Besides pipe and fittings, it is used in pumps, valves, strainers, filters, tower packing, and duct, as well as sheet for fabrication into storage tanks, fume scrubbers, large diameter duct, and tank lining