In a meeting with the management of downstream industries at the
National Petrochemical Company (NPC) on Tuesday (19th of Dey, 1402), Arya Sasol
Polymer Company presented the new Grade 1969 designed for extrusion coating
Following the footsteps of Sabic and Dow Chemical, Arya Sasol Polymer
is the third producer globally of the extrusion coating application, one of the
newest grades in the petrochemical industry. Grade 1969 finds applications in
various industries, including pharmaceuticals, food packaging, and several
The product was initially introduced on December 21st of the current
year on the Iran Commodity Exchange and is ready for future offerings if demand
In addition to meeting domestic demands, the new Grade 1969 from Arya
Sasol Polymer is exported to various countries, with companies from diverse
nations expressing interest in purchasing this product.
The production of this new grade in the petrochemical industry not
only prevents an annual outflow of $15 million in hard currency but also
expands the export markets for this industry, leading to the production of
higher value-added products and increased profitability in downstream
industries and the country.
This new grade, developed with the assistance of the NPC's downstream
industry management, underwent upgrades to its second and third generations in
the early days of 1402.
Among the essential applications of this grade are its use in
multi-layer Tetra Pak and Aseptic packaging, internal coating of paper cups,
printing paper coating, injection syringe packaging, postal pouches, packaging
for food and hygiene materials, disposable hospital blankets, and other similar