Sabic will highlight its commitment to circular, sustainable solutions designed to eliminate plastic waste and support the shift to product electrification under its theme of ‘Making the change real’ at this year’s K Show, the leading industry trade show for plastics and rubber.
Sabic will demonstrate how chemistry is making a remarkable difference across industries and driving tangible change. This year, its solutions will emphasize two key areas – the circular economy for plastics and a clean air economy through the transition to product electrification.
On display at K 2022 will be Sabic’s elevated commitment and dedicated program in support of the world’s shift to electric power, with the transition to electric vehicles as a starting point. The new program, known as BLUEHERO, is Sabic’s evolving ecosystem of products, solutions, intelligence, and initiatives, designed to help accelerate the world’s energy transition from fossil fuels to electric power. With road transport making up a significant share of total global CO2 emissions, the program will build upon the company’s established materials and capabilities to help the automotive value chain move ever closer to a world with zero tailpipe emissions.
Sabic’s stand will showcase its latest innovations and sustainable solutions across a range of industries, including building and construction, electrical and electronics, transportation, health and hygiene, consumer goods, and advanced packaging.
K Show is encouraging industry players to set the example for how a circular economy for plastics can be achieved. Making this changing reality will require a total transformation of the value chain. With this in mind, Sabic’s Trucircle program is designed to give manufacturers access to more sustainable materials and offers a range of solutions, including design for recyclability, mechanically recycled products, certified circular products, certified renewable products, and closed-loop initiatives.
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