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ExxonMobil to showcase latest products & technologies at Chinaplas
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Apr '08
ExxonMobil Chemical announced it will have its biggest ever presence at Chinaplas 2008. The company will showcase its products and technology at Booth B31, Hall W2 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre in Shanghai from April 17-20, 2008.

“This is our eighth consecutive year at Chinaplas and it shows our commitment to and confidence in the China market,” said Jim Harris, senior vice president, ExxonMobil Chemical. “We continually seek opportunities to respond to customers' needs and are fully committed to being a reliable, global supplier and technology leader.”

A wide range of products will be showcased at the exhibition, including Exceed mPE, Nexxstar resin formulations, ExxonMobil LDPE, LLDPE and HDPE, ExxonMobil PP, Achieve mPP, Vistamaxx Specialty Elastomers, Exact Plastomers, Santoprene and Exxtral Specialty Products, Vistalon EP(D)M, Jayflex DINP, Jayflex DIDP, Metallyte, Label-Lyte OPP Films and our latest product, Enable mPE, just launched earlier this month.

These products are used in various applications including packaging, nonwovens, automotive, industrial, consumer goods and wire and cable.

In addition, visitors will be able to see how ExxonMobil Chemical's products are used in the manufacturing process. ExxonMobil Chemical has teamed up with several machine manufacturers at the exhibition to demonstrate various applications on manufacturing lines. These demonstrations will include applications such as high clarity films for flexible packaging and lamination, films for medium and heavy duty bags, injection molding parts for housewares, rigid packaging and automotive.

The company will also conduct seminars at the Shanghai Expo Centre on polymers for nonwoven fabrics, specialty plasticizers, trends in thermoplastic elastomers, and the superior benefits of metallocene technology in freezer film applications.

ExxonMobil Chemical Technology Licensing LLC

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