18 September 2013 19:01 [Source: ICIS news]
According to Braskem, the Stimulus Plan to the Plastics Chain (PIC) includes investments that can be used to increase the segment's exports, as well as to stimulate innovation in the industry.
The Brazil-based company seeks to double exports of polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) resins within two years, it said, adding that the country’s plastic-processing industry exported 238,000 tonnes in 2012.
Braskem also seeks through the plan to increase competitiveness through capacity building initiatives and training.
According to Braskem's polyolefins and renewables vice president, Luciano Guidolin, Braskem wants the country's chemical industry to be more prepared to compete in all markets and reduce
Looking to execute the plan, Braskem said it will intensify and formalise partnerships with clients, sector's associations, industry federations and institutions such
The company did not disclose financial details of the stimulus plan.
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