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Containers, cups and tubs  

Achieve™ Advanced PP, ExxonMobil™ PP, LDPE, HDPE and Vistamaxx™ performance polymers provide affordable high performance solutions for a wide range of rigid packaging applications such as food containers, cups, tubs, bottles, buckets, DVD cases, and more.

Common applications include:

  • Thermoformed packaging
  • Thin-wall injection-molded (TWIM) containers
  • Rotomolded containers

Key benefits

  • impact property

    Impact strength and flexibility for less damage during handling, transportation and storage

  • testing for stress

    Reduced or eliminated stress whitening

  • aestical property

    Clarity for better appearance and product recognition

  • hand with gear

    Process simplification without modifications to tools or molds

Featured application

Thermoformed rigid packaging

Achieve Advanced™ PP enables the production of remarkably rigid yet thinner packaging that's easier to thermoform. Challenge reality and rethink what's possible in packaging design.


green containers with veggies

Polypropylene offers a durable and sustainable solution for food service

Learn how a new solution for reusable and recyclable containers can allow us to rethink what’s possible in the food service industry.

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Rethink Recycle

Are you considering using recycled plastics to produce high-value rigid packaging applications?

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Product solutions

  • Rethink what's possible using Achieve advanced PP

    Achieve™ Advanced PP

    Challenge reality and rethink what’s possible in automotive performance, packaging design, hygiene comfort and appliance appeal.

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  • Girl with iced coffee in plastic cup

    ExxonMobil™ PP

    Benefit from excellent performance and value with our engineered homopolymers, impact copolymers and random copolymers.

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    Vistamaxx™ performance polymers

    Imagine the possibilities for production innovation.

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  • Woman with Paper towels

    LDPE

    Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) resins are used to produce a range of general-purpose and high-performance applications, which include blown and cast film, extrusion and coating, and rotational and injection molding.

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  • Various stand-up pouch bags made of LLDPE

    LLDPE

    ExxonMobil™ and ExxonMobil™ NTX linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) resins offer an optimal balance of toughness and stiffness.

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  • Grocery Bags filled with food

    HDPE

    ExxonMobil™ high-density polyethylene (HDPE) resins combine toughness and stiffness with resistance to environmental stress cracking at elevated temperatures and warping.

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Featured resources

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  • ExxonMobil Chemical Library icon

    Success story: Rethink Recycle. Empowering Atando Cabos

    Learn how Atando Cabos turns discarded fishing ropes into high-quality end products with Vistamaxx™ peformance polymers.

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    Success story: Working together to Rethink Recycle

    With Vistamaxx™ performance polymers and collaboration with value chain partners, Atando Cabos was able to turn discarded fishing ropes into high-quality end products, and begin a project with environmental and business benefits.

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  • ExxonMobil Chemical Library icon

    ExxonMobil™ PP7555KNE2 ICP PP resin for TWIM packaging

    ExxonMobil PP7555KNE2 is a high-impact copolymer polypropylene (ICP PP) resin grade (MFR 50 g/10 min) with low odor and flavor transfer characteristics, specifically designed for TWIM food-packaging applications.

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  • ExxonMobil Chemical Library icon

    Case study: ExxonMobil™ ICP PP resins for tougher pail paints with better aesthetics

    ExxonMobil ICP PP resins are used to produce strong, lightweight paint pails with enhanced appearance.

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