HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ExxonMobil is expanding its comprehensive slate of polyethylene products with the introduction of Exceed™ XP performance polymers. Developed through advanced catalyst technology, process research, and application expertise, Exceed XP is specifically designed to provide extreme performance in a variety of film applications and to run at faster film production rates.
“Exceed XP extends the performance and processing attributes of our extensive line of polyethylene resins,” said Cindy Shulman, plastics and resins vice president, ExxonMobil Chemical. “Flexible packaging made with Exceed XP offers a high level of protection and preservation for a broad range of products. These unique polymers are especially well-suited for demanding applications such as liquid and food packaging, construction liners and agricultural films, where extreme performance matters.”
Exceed XP allows converters to develop innovative solutions for the fabrication of:
“Exceed XP offers optimal performance for the applications we have identified,” Shulman said.
Exceed XP will be available globally and supported by ExxonMobil Chemical’s network of technology centers and local application experts.
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