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compounder of the month R&P


Head offi ce location: Jurong Island, Singapore Date founded: 1989


Managing Director: Mr. C.T. Wong Ownership: EnGro Corporation


No. of employees: 80 Sales 2014: US$6 million


Plant locations: Jurong Island, Singapore; Jiangsu, China Production 2014: 6,500 tonnes (including toll compounding)


Profi le: Previously known as Resin & Pigment Technologies, R&P is owned by EnGro, a leading Asian cement and concrete supplier. R&P produces TPEs and TPOs at its plants in Singapore and China. From 2008 to 2014, the company acted as a toll compounder for ExxonMobil, producing its Exxtral PP compounds. Since 2014, it has been producing these materials under license for the Asia Pacifi c region, using its own Sterlene brand. R&P has just formed a joint venture in China to grow its TPO business (see page 10 for details).


Product line: In addition to Sterlene TPOs used primarily in automotive applications, R&P produces a wide range of Rayprene TPE compounds and Raybatch masterbatches for markets such as food & beverage packaging and E&E. It also offers Raypure products that are developed specifi cally for the medical, pharma, hygiene and healthcare sectors.


Product strengths: R&P works closely with OEMs, processors and component suppliers to meet both functional and regulatory requirements. Its products are ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949, ISO 13485 and OHSAS 18001 certifi ed.


To be considered for ‘Compounder of the Month’ contact Karla Vittova at kv@amiplastics.com Forthcoming features The next issues of Compounding World magazine will have special reports on the following subjects:


August PVC plasticizers Functional fi llers Kneaders


September Colour pigments Materials analysis Antioxidants


Editorial submissions should be sent to Andy Beevers: abe@amiplastics.com


For information on advertising in these issues, please contact Claire Bishop: claire@amimagazines.com Tel: +44 (0) 1732 605976


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