Daniel Solomita, founder and CEO of Loop Industries said that, â€œWe are excited to launch this partnership with Indorama Ventures, who provide a global leadership platform in petrochemical manufacturing and a shared commitment to sustainability. This joint venture combines each of our companiesâ€™ area of expertise so that we may both play a leading role in the global shift by business and consumers to the circular economy,â€ Also, â€œThis is a first strategic step in our global commercialization plan and mission to accelerate the worldâ€™s shift toward sustainable plastic and away from the traditional, take, make and dispose economy.â€
Commenting on this new venture, Group CEO of Indorama Ventures Aloke Lohia said that, â€œAt Indorama Ventures, we continue to pursue the right opportunities to fill gaps that are intrinsic to our sustainable and profitable business by deploying resources in order to support the circular economy. This joint venture with Loop Industries emphasizes our belief in recycling and is aimed at investing in new technologies that can steer further our aspiration of being a world-class chemical company making great products for society.â€
The Indorama Ventures/Loop Industries partnership launches a commercial solution for consumer packaged goods companies in response to the rapid growth in global plastic consumption for which there is a great need to responsibly collect and reuse these materials. Indorama Ventures and Loop Industries will be able to perpetually recycle the ever increasing amounts of PET plastic and polyester fiber proving the promise of and encouraging the shift to a circular economy, through this joint venture.
This partnership brings together Indorama Ventureâ€™s world-class manufacturing footprint and Loopâ€™s proprietary science and technology to become a reliable world leader in the â€˜circularâ€™ economy for 100-percent sustainable and recycled PET resin and polyester fiber.
The 50/50 joint venture will have a unique world-wide license to use Loopâ€™s technology to produce 100-percent sustainably produced PET resin and polyester fiber with plans to begin commercial production in Q1 2020. The production from the facility will be fully subscribed by leading global consumer brands.
One of the worldâ€™s leading petrochemical companies, Indorama Ventures Public Co. Ltd., and Loop Industries Inc., a technology innovator in sustainable plastic resin and polyester today announced a joint venture to manufacture and commercialize sustainable polyester resin to meet the growing global demand from beverage and consumer packaged goods companies.
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