Localization saw demand for Polystar's recycling lines soars in Mexico
In the past three months, Taiwan-based Polystar has installed seven recycling lines in different cities in Mexico, including Guadalajara, Leal, Pachuca Hidalgo, Reynosa, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, and Monterrey.
In order to meet the growing demands of the plastic recycling industry in Mexico, Polystar decided to localize the service team in Mexico City to be able to provide better and faster after-sale service.
The company said cooperation with its local representative Plasticenter has been effective. Since 2013, more than 40 installations of Polystar have been carried out in different parts of Mexico, including plastic producers who recycle their waste in-house (film, bags, raffia, injection molded, PS, PC) as well as professional recyclers who process a variety of material ranging from HDPE, LDPE, BOPP, laminated film to woven and non-woven waste collected from outside.
According to the film/bag processer located in Leal, the Polystar line has allowed the company to use a higher percentage of the recycled pellets in the film extrusion lines while maintaining the same quality of the film product. "It allows us to enter a different market and increases our margin," said the General Manager of the Mexican bag producer who exports most of its products to the US.
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