Chemical & Material Technologies
The ability of the industry to continue to tackle global issues
The capacity to create value through the creation of new technologies and products to meet the needs of society.
The shift from non-ferrous metals to ferrous metals (aluminum, copper, lead, zinc, and tin) in the automotive industry is to diminish excess weight and develop soundproofing materials.
The development of new polymeric materials for additive manufacturing offers strengthened functional attributes such as the provision of materials such as polymers and resins which are fully used in autonomous driving and fuel batteries.
Green chemistry and sustainability
The development of biodegradable, environmentally friendly materials as well as recycled compounds.
The creation of organic chemicals, catalysts, biotechnologies, and polymers derived from natural gas chemicals, and market-driven performance chemicals.
Geothermal energy, Liquefied Natural Gas, Hydrogen, and the usage application of methanol as well as polycarbonate.
The increase of attention to nanomaterials as well as other components resins and polymers that are heat resistant, which enables miniaturization in diverse industries including the semiconductor industry, 5G, and 6G.
New developments and R&D
An acceleration of the exploration of new materials with AI and IoT.
The R&D capabilities provide new materials to the pharmaceutical and food industry to prevent oxidation among others.