Muntajat, Qatar Chemical and Petrochemical Marketing and Distribution Company Q.J.S.C., retuned to ChinaPlas 2016 trade exhibition for the fourth year in a row to promote Qatar’s downstream products to customers and industry influencers from around the world.
This year’s edition of ChinaPlas, Asia’s largest plastic and rubber trade fair, ran from the 25th to the 28th of April 2016 in Shanghai, bringing together more than 3,200 exhibitors and 140,000 visitors from 150 countries. Muntajat’s delegation to ChinaPlas 2016 welcomed visitors and industry peers who visited the stand to learn more about Qatar’s downstream sector. The company introduced its rich and diversified portfolio that now holds the full range of Polyethylene products including Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and the Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE) all marketed under Muntajat’s renowned Lotrène® brand.
Commenting on Muntajst’s successful participation in ChinaPlas 2016, Mr. Yousef Fakhro, the Executive Director of Polymers at Muntajat said: “We are delighted but the rising interest of the Chinese Market in Muntajat and Qatar’s high-quality downstream products. ChinaPlas is the ideal platform to showcase the ‘Made in Qatar’ polymers in the Asian markets and our participation in the exhibition, for the fourth year in row, reinforces our commitment to strengthen Qatar’s position as an emerging world-class chemical and petrochemical hub. As the world’s largest economy and leading manufacturing industry, China is a key target market for Muntajat.”
With a continuously expanding footprint and a diversified portfolio of high quality chemicals, polymers and fertilisers, Muntajat aims to become the world leader in the field.
Muntajat’s advanced supply chain program is maximising efficiency and delivering faster and improved customer service before and after sales, reducing lead and delivery times and decentralising distribution through the Muntajat B.V. international network. Headquartered in The Hague, Muntajat B.V. operates a large number of countries around the world. In China, Muntajst is present with two offices in Guangzhou and Shanghai, which cater to customers in China.
Muntajat’s commitment to the global Waste Free Environment Campaign 2016 spans multiple continents. Muntajat’s international marketing arm, Muntajat BV, joined this important initiative to carry the message of environmental preservation to UAE, India, and Netherlands last month.
In the UAE, the entire Muntajat BV team joined head organiser, Gulf Petrochemical and Chemical Association (GPCA), and local schools in a beach clean-up in Dubai on the 11 February.
In India, the Muntajat BV Mumbai office organised and led a WFE Day activity: a clean up of the Aarey colony Goregaon Forest area on the 21st of February. The event brought together more than 120 participants, including students from IQRA English School Mumbai, staff from the Forest Department, and Muntajat BV Mumbai employees accompanied by their family members. Participants collected 30 bags of waste weighing 600 KG that were handed over to the Forest Department for recycling.
Employees in the network’s headquarter, located in The Hague, Netherlands, also joined the campaign to help raise awareness on environmental behavior. Staff members educated children ranging from 3 years to 9 years on the benefits of plastics and recycling at a local sports club. After concluding the education session, participants collected and recycled waste from the grounds, and placed waste bins for plastics and packaging waste strategically around the facility.
Waste Free Environment (WFE) Day is a global event and an important environmental campaign launched by the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) in 2013. The event runs every year in Dubai, Sohar, Jeddah, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Kuwait and Jubail. Organised in collaboration with Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) and Muntajat, the WFE day promoted recycling and encouraged a more responsible attitude toward litter disposal and responding to environmental issues.