Air-cooling pelletizer increases reusability % back to bag production
The air-cooled pelletizing recycling machine Repro-Air has proven to be a big cost-saver for two of the largest bag producers located in Solo, Indonesia – Cahaya Kharisma and Djerapah Plastindo. According to the well-known HD and LDPE bag producers, the air-pelletizing technology is even better than water-cooled recycling machines for some applications.
Japanese recycler increases efficiency and production in pelletizing
With the effect of POLYSTAR’s recycling machine running in Japanese market successfully , the reputed recycler who is located at Ibaraki Japan decide to go with POLYSTAR . Established in 1963, the customer devote himself as the professional recycler. They purchased the post-industrial and post-consumer grade waste from all sectors of economy, including the blown film extrusion industry, food packaging film industry, injection molding and blown molding industry. That is made possible by consisting of five recycling line in their facilities and should be able to expand their business scale in the near future.
Post-consumer recycling (PE/PP) growing in Russia
Post-consumer recycling requires several processing steps such as sorting (material separation), size reduction, washing, drying and pelletizing in order to achieve good quality recycled pellets as the end product. See a brief video introduction: https://youtu.be/PTxRV8PKAlQ
Leading PE stretch film producer in Taiwan invests in POLYSTAR
As the largest LLDPE stretch and PE cling film producer in Taiwan with monthly production of 3,000 tons (achieved with several 5-layer cast film machines from Germany), in-house recycling is valued highly by the 30-year-old film producer as part of the production process to ensure quality and consistency in the end product remain high.
Japanese LDPE film recycler goes for POLYSTAR
Located in Tokyo, the professional PE film recycler has installed one more POLYSTAR HNT-120V recycling machine to process 400~500kg/hr LDPE and HDPE post-industrial film waste. The industrial waste is collected from local plastic factories that produce various types of bags, both printed and non-printed.
Indonesia - Recycling for leading PE/PP plastic bag producers
In Indonesia (Solo, Magelang and Jakarta), POLYSTAR has been working very closely with the leading PE and PP bag producers for their in-house recycling requirements.
Thailand - 100% in-house, minimal property change in pellets
With more than 1,200 professional staffs and over 60,000 square meter factory space, the export-oriented PE bag producer located in Thailand has decided to go for POLYSTAR’s recycling machine to upgrade it’s current in-house recycling process.
Vietnam - PE bag producer maximizes in-house recycling efficiency
Since the installation of the POLYSTAR HNT-120V in Hanoi last September, the 400-500 kg/hr recycling machine has never stopped working for the Hanoi-based film producer who manufactures a wide range of products including HDPE, LDPE/LLDPE, OPP, CPP, BOPP bags as well as stretch film and metallized film. The machine has been running 24/7 non-stop except for routine maintenance once every two weeks.
Myanmar - Setting new standards for in-house reprocessing
According to PCI Films, Myanmar features great opportunities for the flexible packaging industry. The country is predicted to have an accelerating rate of growth of 22% per year with respect to its soft packaging consumption.
Vietnamese film producer reduces raw material cost significantly
In June 2016, one of the leading Vietnamese flexible packaging film producers installed a POLYSTAR recycling line to recover its in-house film waste generated from blown film and cast film lines.
Vietnam – High speed blown film installed for T-shirt bags
Vietnam has rapidly become perhaps the most important supplier of plastic bags for the Japanese packaging market since 2014. Many export-oriented Vietnamese plastic bag producers located in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh are expanding their factories faster than ever before. Moreover, they are finding the needs to upgrade the machines for better quality, productivity as well as stability in order to meet the standards of the Japanese buyers.