A Turkish company specialized in Polypropylene (PP), Polyethylene (PE) and Polystyrene (PS) raw materials production in granule form by plastic recycling is looking for new business partners for manufacturing agreements and plastic scraps supply. The company company is established in 2007 and located in Tuzla/İstanbul. The company is producing plastic granules from industrial and post-consumer plastic scraps. The company has 4 production lines with capacity of 12.000 tons/year and also has sorting and washing line for plastic wastes recycling processes. The company offers cost efficient and environmentally friendly plastic raw material solutions for injection molding, extrusion processes and thermoforming. The main products include: -Polypropylene (PP) -Polyethylene (PE) (HDPE and LDPE) -Polystyrene (PS) (GPPS and HIPS) The company’s products are divided into two groups; produced from just industrial scraps and produced from industrial and post-consumer scraps. Products can be colored by costumer’s requests. Also the company is seeking for new suppliers for industrial and post-consumer scraps.

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Key figures
  • 51 – 100
    Company headcount
  • 51 – 100
    Sales staff
  • 15%
    % of export sales
  • 5.000 K€ - 9.999 K€
    Sales turnover
  • Year established 2007
  • Site status Site status Registered office
  • Main activity Main activity Manufacturer/ Producer
Markets and trading zones
Trading areas
area covered
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Commercial information
  • FOB Free On Board
Seller's responsibility Buyer's responsibility
Payment methods
  • Swift transfer

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Field of activity

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  • PP and PE Granules
  • Quality and Development
  • Head Office
Keywords associated with this company
  • Granules for plastics
  • raw material
  • plastic granule
  • recycle
  • plastic
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