Meet our industry leading sustainable supply partners

Plastribution choose to work with some of the world’s most innovative sustainable material producers, all of whom are focused on helping you achieve your sustainability mandate and commercial goals.

Explore our range of supply partners below.

Aquapak

Aquapak produces multi-functional polymers that promote good cycling and the circular economy. All of their products are designed to eliminate plastic pollution at source as they are water-soluble and biodegrade safely into water, carbon dioxide and mineralised natural biomass.

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Chimei

Chimei, recognised globally as the world’s largest producer of ABS resins, now brings to market a range of materials that utilise PCR feedstock (Post Consumer Recyclate).

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GCR Group

GCR Group is the world leader in the development, manufacturing and commercialisation of plastic compounds and mineral masterbatches for the industrial processing industry.

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Lactips

Lactips produces the first 100% bio-based and fully biodegradable natural polymer developed using milk protein.

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Lubrizol Bio-TPU™

Bio TPU™ by Lubrizol is a revolutionary line of bio-based* TPU (thermoplastic
polyurethane) that’s made with renewable-sourced material (content ranging from
approximately 30%–70%*). Bio TPU by Lubrizol provides the same performance
and benefits as traditional petroleum-based TPU and can range in hardness from
82 Shore A to 55 Shore D.

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Novamont

MATER-BI is the versatile and innovative bioplastic created by NOVAMONT which is being used to provide low environmental impact solutions for everyday products: carrier bags, organic waste bags, nets for fresh fruit and vegetables, paper wrappings, cups and napkins, plates, cutlery, cups and spoons for ice cream and a range of flexible packaging applications…A virtuous cycle from nature to nature.

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Polymateria

Polymateria is a British business developing a new standard in biodegradable and compostable plastics. Their scientists have created a breakthrough proprietary formulation for plastics called Biotransformation, that allows base materials, such as PP and PE, to fully biodegrade in the natural environment.

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Radici Group

The Radilon® D trade name identifies the long molecular chain PA6.10 grades that have been developed for injection moulding and extrusion. These products, made with 64% renewable source materials, are created using Sebacic acid – a substance of biological origin obtained from castor oil plant (Ricinus communis) seeds.

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Rialti

Rialti, with more than thirty years of experience, has established itself as market leader in the European polypropylene compounds industry for injection moulding and extrusion grades. They use their expertise to create polypropylene compounds from industrial manufacturing scrap and post-consumer waste.

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TotalEnergies

Total’s commitment towards a circular economy has seen a range of high performance polypropylene & polyethelene grades become available. These materials contain up to 95% of post consumer recycled content and feature equivalent or improved properties when compared with virgin polymer.

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