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  • Oct 12 - Live webinar: ExxonMobil solutions for high-performance carpet tile backing

    Carpet producers, now, there is a solution available to you for strong, durable carpet backing with tailored flexibility that offers sustainability benefits  versus conventional PVC and bitumen-based carpet backing. Join us at this webinar to learn about our sustainable carpet backing solution and the machinery set-up for processing of recyclable* polyolefin-based carpet backing.   

    Date: October 12
    Time: 2-3 pm (Singapore time)

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    * Recyclable in communities with programs and facilities to collect and recycle carpets

  • Sep 29 - Live webinar: Sole searching: ExxonMobil solutions for high-performance footwear

    The popularity of sports and active lifestyles are fueling advances in footwear design and construction. Lighter, more durable, anti-skid footwear that provide better support, comfort and rebound are in demand. If you are in the footwear business, don’t miss this live webinar on ExxonMobil’s solutions for high-performance footwear.

    Date: September 29
    Time: 2-3 pm Singapore time
             11.30 am -12.30 pm India standard time

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    Sep 22 - Live webinar: Creating CPP flexible packaging solutions with sustainability benefits (India)

    CPP (cast polypropylene) films are popular as the flexible packaging of choice in the confectionery, food, stationery, tobacco and pharmaceutical industries due to their higher clarity and gloss, lay flat properties  and better heat resistance than other types of films.

    Find out how you can get even better results out of your CPP films at our live webinar jointly with Syntegon, a leading packaging machines manufacturer in India.  

    Date: Sep 22
    Time: 3-4 pm (India standard time)

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    Sep 16 - The next generation of High-loft, ultra-soft hygiene solutions - EMEAF/Asia

    The next generation of nonwovens is here. An innovative blend of Vistamaxx™ and our performance polypropylene, together with bi-component (BiCo) spunbond technology, delivers high-loft, ultra-soft fabrics with low lint, excellent uniformity and resilience. It’s where soft meets strong!

    Date: Sep 16, 2021

    Time: 10:00 AM CEST (GMT +2)

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    Sep 14 - The next generation High-loft, ultra-soft hygiene solutions - Americas

    The next generation of nonwovens is here. An innovative blend of Vistamaxx™ and our performance polypropylene, together with bi-component (BiCo) spunbond technology, delivers high-loft, ultra-soft fabrics with low lint, excellent uniformity and resilience. It’s where soft meets strong!

    Date: Sep 14, 2021

    Time: 10:00 AM CST (GMT -5)

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  • Innovation and collaboration: ExxonMobil’s View of the Polyethylene Market

    Dave Hergenrether, Vice President (XOM)

    The leader of ExxonMobil’s polyethylene business discusses industry trends, market conditions and our roadmap for innovation. 

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  • Increase crop yields and expand the growing season with performance films

    Fabiana Grossi, Market Development Lead (XOM)
    Mauricio Leano, Technical Lead (XOM)
    Shawn Lucas, Plasticulture Manager (Ampacet)

    Greenhouse films are needed to provide protection and extend the growing season for crops, to feed our growing world population. This session provides an overview of trends and opportunities in the greenhouse film market. This is followed by a discussion on UV aging in the presence of water and chemicals for different polymers used in greenhouse films and explains optimum solutions to meet customer requirements. 

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  • Creating innovative, sustainable solutions with ExxonMobil

    Reinhart Papen, Global Business Dev. Executive, Circular Polymers (XOM)

    Sustainability is at the top of mind for many in the plastics industry. Consumer preferences, regulations and brand owner requirements are driving changes in packaging design. This session will cover current and future innovative solutions to help reduce plastic waste.

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  • Delivering a paradigm shift in unimodal HDPE performance with Paxon™ SP5504

    James Stern, HDPE Market Development (XOM)

    Achieving the right ESCR for your blow molded HDPE bottles and containers by reducing the melt index or density of the virgin resin usually leads to a trade-off in other properties. That is until now; this session will examine Paxon™ SP5504 which delivers a step-change in ESCR performance without compromising proccessability, top load, stiffness or impact, while offering the potential to increase PCR content. 

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    Introducing the New Exceed™ XP7 PE Series: Delivering “Never Seen Before” Levels of Performance

    Michael Vinck,  Global PE New Products Marketing Manager

    ExxonMobil has developed a new series of Exceed™ XP performance polyethylene (PE) grades that offer remarkable mechanical performance with a combination of low density and fractional melt index (MI) for easy processability. This session highlights their benefits and use cases for various applications such as stretch hood, low temperature shrink and primary packaging. Be one of the first to hear about what makes these new grades unique.

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  • Create more consistent, high performance stretch films with the latest innovations from ExxonMobil and Cloeren Inc.

    Tyler Baran, Industrial Packaging Marketing Development (XOM)
    Bart Lauwers, Customer Development Engineer (XOM)
    Olivier Catherine, Group Technical Director (Cloeren)

    Learn how to create more consistent stretch films as experts from ExxonMobil and Cloeren Inc. explain the latest innovations in PE resin and machine technology. The session will highlight how unique die and feedblock technology from Cloeren can be combined with processing improvements from Exceed™ XP 8346CB, to provide more consistent high speed wrapping with downgauging potential and a counter intuitive cling/unwind force balance.

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  • Future Trends in the Flexible Packaging Industry

    Glenn Williams, Primary Packaging Development Lead (XOM)

    The pressure to develop sustainable solutions that do more with less will continue to grow over time. This presentation looks at the future trends and changing market dynamics that are driving the flexible packaging industry. Discover how value chain solutions can help play a key role in the development of innovative solutions to meet the evolving requirements of the industry.

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  • Exploring innovative collation shrink solutions with ExxonMobil Performance Polymers

    In this webinar, we first shared our view on the trends and drivers in the collation shrink market. Then, we featured the capabilities of our resin through multi-layer collation shrink film solutions, repulsive shrink-on-shrink films, low temperature shrink films solutions with the newest low density Exceed™ XP performance PE grades, Exceed™ XP7021 & Exceed™ XP7052, and other creative collation shrink applications.

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    Secure an advantage in a competitive hygiene market

    Innovate to new levels of softness, strength, fit and barrier performance. With world urbanization reaching almost 65% by 2040, companies will look to raw material providers with global reach and reliable supply that can help meet the demand for comfort, security and product integrity. As a trusted supplier for improved barrier nonwovens and elastics, low odor HMA's, and breathable backsheets, ExxonMobil works with you to create differentiated solutions. Together.

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    Next Generation PAOs Improve Fuel Economy and Energy Efficiency – AP session

    Fuel economy has been the major driver in engine oil and EV/driveline fluid development as CO2 emission mandates are getting more stringent and challenging. SpectraSyn™ MaX is the next generation PAO family from ExxonMobil helping improve fuel economy, without compromise to additive treat-rate or Noack volatility. SpectraSyn™ MaX also exhibits lower traction, which can lead to improved energy efficiency, and superior oxidative stability that also make them desirable in low-viscosity EV/driveline fluids.

    Join our expert Hermosa Xu to learn how SpectraSyn™ MaX could help improve fuel economy, energy efficiency and durability. 

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    Novel performance polyethylene resins for nylon reduction in cast barrier films

    Multilayer cast barrier films are used for making thermoformable bottom webs which are a significant part of meat and cheese packages.  Such films are typically made of multimaterials such as PE, PP, EVOH and nylon with each material needed for specific functionality of the package.  

    However, there is increasing desire and drive from the film converters and brand owners to reduce or eliminate nylon from these packages in order to increase the potential for them to be mechanically or chemically (advanced) recycled.  This need is driven by higher focus from the converters and brand owners to meet the value chain’s sustainability goals.  

    As a result, novel performance polyethylene (pPE) resins from ExxonMobil Chemical Company were explored in collaboration with W&H using their 11 layer cast barrier film line at W&H R&D center in Lengerich, Germany.  The results of this study showed that it was possible to reduce up to 25% nylon content and in some cases, even up to 50% nylon content in the cast barrier films when specific pPE resins from EMCC were used.  

    The interesting results from this study are discussed and presented here, which helps to open up the possibilities for the film converters and brand owners in this space to achieve their sustainability goals for 2025 and beyond.

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    Next Generation PAOs Improve Fuel Economy and Energy Efficiency

    Fuel economy has been the major driver in engine oil and EV/driveline fluid development as CO2 emission mandates are getting more stringent and challenging. SpectraSyn™ MaX is the next generation PAO family from ExxonMobil helping improve fuel economy, without compromise to additive treat-rate or Noack volatility. SpectraSyn™ MaX also exhibits lower traction, which can lead to improved energy efficiency, and superior oxidative stability that also make them desirable in low-viscosity EV/driveline fluids.

    Join Senior Staff Chemist Michael Sheehan to learn how SpectraSyn™ MaX could help improve fuel economy, energy efficiency and durability. 

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    Less and More in rigid packaging: the balancing act (Europe region)

    Keep up with the latest regulatory changes in Europe impacting food packaging.  Learn how to find the right balance in rigid packaging using Less and More to raise your game.  Less material, cost and plastic waste.   More performance (reusable, recyclable, durable, attractive) and recycled content. 

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    Promovendo soluções sustentáveis em filmes de PE (Portuguese)

    Venha conhecer como a ExxonMobil está ajudando a promover a sustentabilidade em filmes de polietileno.

    Na ExxonMobil potencializamos nossos recursos para minimizar emissões de gases de efeito estufa e perdas. Princípios básicos da economia circular, que estão impulsionando nossas soluções com polímeros de performance.

    Isto inclui:
    - Soluções de alta performance para Stand Up Pouches 100% PE, facilitando o desenvolvimento de uma verdadeira economia circular
    - Sacaria industrial de resinas incorporando até 37% de conteúdo reciclado na formulação
    - Soluções inovadoras que possibilitam a adição de reciclados em filmes termo-encolhíveis
    - Uso de polietilenos de performance em filmes agrícolas, especialmente nas aplicações de filme estufa, contribuindo para a sustentabilidade, com aumento da produtividade e redução de custos para os produtores rurais 

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  • ICP: Material innovations that enable you to do more with less

    Eliminate trade-offs associated with standard polypropylene impact copolymers. Improve both stiffness and toughness for interior and exterior automotive components. Join our webinar to learn how ExxonMobil is responding to the latest automotive trends. 

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    Creating sustainable solutions. Together.

    Flexible packaging is often made from multiple types of polymer sheets layered together. Such multilayer packaging is difficult to mechanically recycle and can frequently end up as waste. India's Plastic Waste Management Rules require non-recyclable multi-layer packaging to be phased out*. In collaboration with Amcor, Shrinath Rotopack and Syntegon, ExxonMobil has developed a high-quality, recyclable packaging solution for dry food packaging without compromising the performance features of multilayer flexible packaging options.

    *Source: Plastic Waste Management Rules 2016

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    Exact 3236 - A New PE Plastomer for Flexible Packaging

    ExxonMobil's Exact 3236 polyethylene plastomer offers an outstanding combination of low seal initiation temperature, broad and high hot tack window, high stiffness, and low coefficient of friction (COF) - particularly on warm surfaces.  In this session, Tom Miller and Marianne Smits will present an overview of this new ethylene alpha olefin copolymer including laminated and non-laminated sealing performance and a subsequent horizontal form, fill and seal packaging line case study.

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    Biodegradability and Beyond – Application of Data for Surfactant Innovation

    Sustainability has been driving innovation in surfactants industry. ExxonMobil is supporting this innovation with biodegradability data for our Exxal™ alcohols and their surfactant derivatives. View the webinar recording to learn from Dr. Jennifer Foreman, Regulatory Affairs Advisor, about how these data can help customers meet biodegradability and eco-labeling criteria.

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    Optimizing Flexible Film Solutions for Your Sustainability Journey

    Today's value chain has become increasingly complex and especially demanding on solutions that ensure products are safely and efficiently protected along the way. In this webinar, hear case studies on how ExxonMobil's performance polyethylene (PE) products can provide sustainable solutions to meet your value chain needs. Join us to see how we realize these concepts in applications ranging from agriculture films, palletizing films, and flexible pouches for consumers. 

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    New Paxon™ SP5504: Delivering a paradigm shift in unimodal HDPE performance

    Achieving the right ESCR for your blow molded HDPE bottles and containers by reducing the melt index or density of the virgin resin usually leads to a trade-off in other properties. 

    That is until now ― there is a new solution. 

    Paxon™ SP5504 delivers a step-change in ESCR performance without compromising stiffness, impact, top load, or processability, while offering the potential to increase PCR content.  Delivering Superior Performance, Paxon™ SP5504 is an ideal drop-in solution for unimodal HDPE but with a better balance of properties.  Or it can be used to replace bimodal HDPE in parts that have been over-engineered to obtain the right balance of ESCR and stiffness.  

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    Science vs. Art in Surfactant Design

    Have you ever wondered what happens when science overcomes the limitations of art in surfactant design? Join us on the road less traveled to find how to get to better formulations, faster and more efficiently.
    Join our webinar to explore solutions against your formulation challenges with our surfactant expert Dr. Sanja Natali. 

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    SPE Polyolefins conference webinar: Material innovations to improve medical product performance

    The global pandemic has created a surge in the need for essential meltblown nonwoven filter media for PPE and there is a market demand for enhanced comfort due to frequent and longer wear time of these products.  
    Join our webinar to learn how ExxonMobil is responding to these needs.

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    Extreme Performance Resins for Flexible Packaging

    ExxonMobil's Exceed™ XP performance polymers enable flexible packaging applications to bring value for their exceptional properties under the most challenging conditions – when eXtreme Performance matters. In this webinar, Sushant Roy and Mosha Zhao will present an overview of these extreme performance polymers with case studies in flexible packaging. Detailed follow-up discussions are welcome and will be arranged after the presentation. 

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    Elastomers solutions for pharmaceutical packaging and medical devices at IOM3 webinar 2020

    Join our webinar with specialist elastomers and butyl application development technologist Dr. Anas Mujtaba to learn more about how Exxon™ butyl rubber, Exxpro™ specialty elastomer and Santoprene™ TPV apply for pharmaceutical packaging and medical devices.

     

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    Rethink Recycle: Inspiring new solutions for recycled plastics (Europe)

    Are you looking for a proven, cost-effective solution to incorporate more recycled resins in your high-value applications? Do you want to design your new formulations with enhanced recyclability?

    Martín Machado and Elvira Mitiukova explain how Vistamaxx™ performance polymers can help you raise output quality, increase process consistency, provide toughness and tear resistance while at the same time reduce costs.

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    High molecular weight phthalate plasticizers: myths & facts

    Join our webinar with phthalate expert Dr. David Adenuga to learn more about why the terms “phthalates” and “non-phthalates” can be misleading.
    Phthalates have come under increasing scrutiny for the past few years. But did you know that not all phthalates are the same?

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    Benefits of Vistamaxx™ performance polymers in color masterbatch formulations

    Vistamaxx™ performance polymers are compatible with many other polyolefinic materials. The wide variety of grades can be used as carrier resin or blend partner in different masterbatch formulations to achieve better dispersion of pigments and fillers, enhanced color strength, higher filler loading, improved processability, lower processing temperature and improved mechanical properties for end users.

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    Answering the call for sustainable PE film solutions

    Tyler Baran and Tom Miller will present an overview of several mechanically recyclable, flexible packaging solutions for primary and secondary packaging.  ExxonMobil’s performance PE resins and recommended package design will be highlighted in 3 examples:  heavy-duty sacks, collation shrink film and non-barrier stand-up pouches.  This is a short webinar providing a high-level overview of resin and package performance.  Detailed follow-up discussions are welcome and will be arranged after the presentation.

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