In addition to our large customer base in Thailand, we offer customers a comprehensive global logistical service, exporting to regional locations in Asia and around the world, facilitated by the vicinity of Laem Chabang’s world-class shipping port, which can accommodate deep-sea vessels.

Our products are stored, distributed, and delivered with state-of-the-art processes to ensure the highest standards. Our PP products are usually sold as natural, uncoloured pellets, available in a range of packaging options including 25 kg bags (with or without pallets), jumbo bags, bulk containers, or bulk trucks.

HMC Polymers delivery

We manage storage, distribution, and delivery with highly advanced processes to ensure high product standards. Delivery can be made for all sizes including 25-kg bag, 750-kg jumbo size bag, or in large containers to large size trucks.

HMC Polymers provides a fully integrated logistics service to fulfill the needs of customers, domestically and internationally.

Precautions are seriously taken to ensure no damage and highest product quality during storage and delivery. These include protection from ultraviolet radiation and high temperatures by avoiding strong sunlight and places with temperatures over 40° C

The original packaging of the polypropylene provides a high level of protection against moisture and dirt, so they can be deployed without pre-drying. However, where humidity levels and differences between products and ambient temperatures are exceptionally high, moisture can develop in packages. In such cases, customers should ensure good ventilation in their storage facilities and warehouses, and they should keep the gap between the storage temperatures and processing temperatures at a minimal.

In principle, PP of all trade names including Moplen, Adstif, Clyrell, Purell, Adsyl and Hostalen PP, as well as others of similar grades, can be mixed and blended. However, some moulding machinery may be unable to achieve such miscibility. It is therefore recommended that customers should blend only PP products with similar melt flow rates (MFRs).

As a rule, pigmentation of PP can be made only by using a Masterbatch with a PP pigmentation carrier to secure good miscibility with selected pigments. These pigments should be lower in viscosity (or command higher MFRs), command high durability, and command heat resistance.

Moreover, particularly for food processing and packaging, the Masterbatch and pigment components must be selected in compliance with all regulatory controls.

Post-industrial resin (PIR) and used plastic materials can be recycled., but in separate production processing, shortening PP before mixing with virgin PP. However, the melt flow rate (MFRs) of recycled PP and virgin PP should be comparable, and the recycled PP should be clean and not deteriorated by heat. Besides, determination and selection of the recycled and PIR depend on the moulding processes and end-use purposes, as well as the pre-determined product efficiency.