With the today announced partnership of R&F Chemical with Avantium Renewable Polymers, Avantium has expanded its relationship with R&F Chemical into the area of PEF, a 100% plant-based and fully recyclable performance polymer based on Avantium’s proprietary YXY plants-to-plastics technology.
The Catalysis business unit of Avantium already joined forces with R&F Chemical in 2018 to boost its Catalysis business in South Korea.
R&F Chemical brings a long-standing and excellent network in polymers and chemicals in South Korea, which has a highly-advanced performance materials and chemical sector.
Through R&F Chemical, Avantium Renewable Polymers expects to enter this market for high-value applications such as electronics and smart packaging.
Marcel Lubben, Managing Director of Avantium Renewable Polymers, comments:
“Avantium Renewable Polymers sees fast-growing interest for PEF in high-value markets across the globe. R&F Chemical is highly respected as a leader in the development and marketing of high-performance sustainable plastics. The South Korean industry is deeply committed to innovation. We are therefore very pleased to enter into a partnership with R&F Chemical who brings us access to important market players in South Korea.”
Peter Park, CEO of R&F Chemical, adds:
“We are honoured to work together with Avantium to make Avantium’s PEF available to high-value performance products in South Korea. PEF has the capacity to significantly improve the performance and sustainability of our customers’ end products.”
About R&F Chemicals
R&F is a platform company in the chemical industry that develops and supplies products that customers want with differentiated technology and enthusiasm.
From functional resin to composite film, R&F explores the needs of a variety of customers and creates new values based on R&F’s chemical and polymer expertise and experience. Beyond R&D, R&F operates in a C&D way that ‘C’onnects with the customers to ‘D’evelop the technology.
In other words, R&F identifies the customer trend, and solves the problem through a technical meeting with the customers. Website
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