Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals announce joint presence at K2019

Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals are ‘Building Tomorrow Together’ at K2019

Seen left to right: Daryll Harrison (NOVA Chemicals), Michael Pell (Borouge), Manfred Hackl (EREMA), and Maurits van Tol (Borealis).
Seen left to right: Daryll Harrison (NOVA Chemicals), Michael Pell (Borouge), Manfred Hackl (EREMA), and Maurits van Tol (Borealis).

Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals are dedicated to sustainable business growth through innovation. A long-term commitment to putting the customer first generates cooperation along the entire value chain, which in turn drives both growth and innovation.

The K2019 motto ‘Building Tomorrow Together’ means working ever more closely with partners around the globe to produce superior and differentiated polyolefins-based solutions for a more sustainable future. Achieving the transformation from today’s linear system to the circular one of tomorrow will be a challenging and complex task, albeit a solvable one, requiring innovation and collaboration along the entire value chain.

Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals are members of a global family of polyolefins companies and leading providers of chemical and innovative plastics solutions. While each of the three companies operates as a legally independent entity, all benefit from the strong and stable backing of their shared owners: Austria-based OMV, ADNOC and Mubadala.

Each company remains committed to deepening existing customer relationships and cultivating new ones. Success is driven by a value proposition that combines a global scale of operations, feedstock integration, proprietary technologies, and access to global markets. A shared dedication to innovation, applications development, and ongoing expansion through investment enables Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals to grow their global business.

Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals also share a commitment to using their expertise and global reach to advance the circular economy of plastics. The frontline initiative was co-founded by Borealis and SYSTEMIQ in 2017; the two companies have since been joined by Borouge as a supporting, and NOVA Chemicals as a strategic partner.

Project STOP is helping prevent the leakage of thousands of tonnes of plastics into marine environments in Southeast Asia. Project partners work with municipal authorities in Indonesia to design, implement and scale circular economy solutions, including the establishment of effective waste collection, sorting and recycling systems.

Recently, Borealis, Borouge and NOVA Chemicals provided a preview of their featured topics and activities at the upcoming K2019 in October. They will be joined at this event for the first time by a value-chain partner, EREMA Group, the global market leader in the development and production of plastics recycling systems.

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