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TotalEnergies Corbion to Present Its PLA Bioplastics Portfolio at Chinaplas

TotalEnergies Corbion will be present at Chinaplas, 17-20 April 2023 in Shenzhen, China, showcasing its Luminy® PLA bioplastics portfolio - its innovation, contribution to circularity, and end of life solutions.
75% Lower Carbon Footprint than Traditional Plastics
As a biopolymer, PLA is produced from sugar cane, and has a 75% lower carbon footprint than traditional plastics. Polylactic acid is also industrially compostable and recyclable. The presence of TotalEnergies Corbion at Chinaplas, represents a key commitment to support the transition to a low carbon economy for Greater China.
Chow Pin Tan, vice president, Business Development Asia Pacific & India, said: “Chinaplas is a unique opportunity to showcase our latest innovation in PLA technology. The Great China market is responsible for most of the plastic products the world consumes daily, enabling Chinese producers to switch to bioplastics is crucial to preserve our environment”.
The TotalEnergies Corbion team, present with a booth at hall 20, stand F25, welcomes visitors and customers. Private meetings with TotalEnergies Corbion global leadership team can be arranged on site daily.
Source: TotalEnergies Corbion

Publication date: 18/04/2023

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870292.