Different clients, different necessities...
Different raw plastic products and grades...
To meet the different necessities of our clients in the best possible way, we  are offering different raw plastic products. We deal in resin of different brands and grades and provide best quality Food Grade PET granules at most affordable rates.
We also trade OFF SPEC & OFF-GRADE material for other uses, all our material is 1st quality OFF-SPEC & OFF-GRADE.

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET or PETE) is the most commonly used thermoplastic polymer in the world and is better known in the textile industry by the trade name “polyester”. Exceptionally popular as a packaging material across the beverage, food and liquids sectors, PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) is easily recyclable, lightweight, transparent and strong, making it the first choice for the majority of leading manufacturers. PET offers high stress crack resistance, excellent thermal stability and impressive processability.

High Density Polyethylene is a thermoplastic polymer, strong, high density, moderately stiff plastic with a highly crystalline structure. HDPE is the second most commonly used plastic polymer in the world.

Popular in both flexible and rigid form, HDPE is an easy choice for packaging manufacturers looking to deliver reliable yet sustainable solutions, given that its characteristics allow for less material to be used. Often chosen as the packaging material for household goods, personal care and beverages; also producing caps and closures of mineral, stilled, sparkling and carbonated water. HDPE is also easily recyclable.

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is one of the most commonly used thermoplastic polymers worldwide (next to only a few more widely used plastics like PET and P.P.). It is naturally white and very brittle (before the additions of plasticizers) plastic.
PVC has been around longer than most plastics, first synthesized in 1872 and commercially produced by B.F. Goodrich Company in the 1920s.

PVC is produced in two general forms: a rigid or unplasticized polymer (RPVC or uPVC), and the second as a flexible plastic. In its base form, PVC is characterized by its rigid yet brittle structure. While the plasticized version holds various uses across multiple industries, the rigid version of PVC also has its share of uses. Industries such as plumbing, sewage, and agriculture can utilize rigid PVC across many functions.

Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) is a very flexible material with unique flow properties that makes it particularly suitable for shopping bags and other plastic film applications. LDPE has high ductility but low tensile strength, which is evident in the real world by its propensity to stretch when strained.
Polyethylene is commonly categorized into one of several major compounds, the most common of which include LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE, and Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polypropylene. Other variants include Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE), Ultra-low-molecular-weight polyethylene (ULMWPE or PE-WAX), High-molecular-weight polyethylene (HMWPE), High-density cross-linked polyethylene (HDXLPE), Cross-linked polyethylene (PEX or XLPE), Very-low-density polyethylene (VLDPE), and Chlorinated polyethylene (CPE).
Polypropylene (PP) is a linear hydrocarbon polymer. Polypropylene, like polyethylene is a polyolefin or saturated polymer. Polypropylene is one of those most versatile polymers available with applications, both as a plastic and as a fibre, in virtually all of the plastics end-use markets.

Polypropylene is a relatively easy materials to injection mould in spite of its semicrystalline nature. The absence of any real need for high molecular weight, from the mechanical properties view point, leads to low melt viscosity (easy flow). The pseudoplastic nature of polypropylene enhances this effect at high shear rates (fast filling rates).

Polystyrene is a versatile plastic used to make a wide variety of consumer products. As a hard, solid plastic, it is often used in products that require clarity, such as food packaging and laboratory ware. When combined with various colorants, additives or other plastics, polystyrene is used to make appliances, electronics, automobile parts, toys, gardening pots and equipment and more.
Polystyrene also is made into a foam material, called expanded polystyrene (EPS) or extruded polystyrene (XPS), which is valued for its insulating and cushioning properties. Foam polystyrene can be more than 95 percent air and is widely used to make home and appliance insulation, lightweight protective packaging, surfboards, foodservice and food packaging, automobile parts, roadway and roadbank stabilization systems and more.