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    • RADICIGROUP WORLD PLASTICS FIBRES CHEMICALS RadiciGroup is based in Europe and operates globally in diversified businesses focusing on:
    • RADICIGROUP HISTORY Trade of household textiles. The company Tessiture Pietro Radici was founded (1941) for wool blanket manufacturing. First phase of horizontal diversification: beginning of carpet production. Second phase of horizontal diversification: production of fabrics for clothing and flooring. PA6 polymerization starting from caprolactam. Diversification through vertical integration with polymers and synthetic fibres. Polyester polymerization and spinning. Production of chemical intermediates (adipic acid – hexamethylenediamine) and polymerization of PA66. Beginning of industrial activities linked to the production of engineering plastics and synthetic grass yarns. Development of the engineering business (turnkey plants). 1920 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980
    • RADICIGROUP HISTORY Globalization of the engineering plastics business. Development of the fibres market in South America: acrylic and polyamide production. Further development of strategic business areas and the expansion of vertical integration to earlier process stages. Beginning of elastane (spandex) production and the strengthening of the chemicals and plastics businesses. Consolidation of RadiciGroup’s global position in its polyamide core businesses, especially in the engineering plastics sector. Development of eco-sustainable products. Ecodesign of sustainable, recyclable and high-performance products. 2000 1990 2010 2020
    • RADICI WORLDWIDE STRUCTURE Personnel: 4,120 employees *Sales Turnover (millions of euros)
    • KEY RADICIGROUP NUMBERS 393 559 248 5 Personnel: 3,200 employees 2012 Aggregated Sales (millions of euros) Chemicals Fibres Plastics Other Businesses
    • RADICIGROUP WORLDWIDE PRESENCE ASIA China Shanghai Suzhou India Noida AMERICAS Argentina Buenos Aires Rio Grande Brazil Araçariguama São José dos Campos USA Wadsworth EUROPE Czech Republic Podborany France Saint Priest Germany Hamburg Lüneburg Italy Andalo Valtellino Ardesio Casnigo Chignolo d’Isola Gandino Overath Reutlingen Selbitz Tröglitz Viernheim Hungary Szentgotthard Novara Trivero Villa d’Ogna Romania Savinesti Spain La Carolina Switzerland Mendrisio Stabio United Kingdom London
    • SYNERGY & INTEGRATION PA6
    • SYNERGY & INTEGRATION PA66
    • SYNERGY & INTEGRATION SUSTAINABILITY PA6 and PA66 – Recycling Process
    • OUR ECO-SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED USING CLEAN ENERGY… • Radipol®: PA6, PA66, and PA6.10 polymers • Radilon®: PA6 and PA66 engineering plastics The polymer used to manufacture the following yarns is produced using CO.FER-certified renewable energy. (Co.Fer 2012supplied by partner Geogreen - www.geogreen.com) • Radifloor®: PA6 and PA66 BCF yarn • Radigreen®: PA artificial grass yarn • Radilon® staple fibre®: PA6 staple • Radilon®: PA6 and PA66 textile yarn MANUFACTURED USING BIOPOLYMERS OBTAINED FROM RENEWABLE SOURCE MATERIALS… • Radilon ® D: PA 6.10 based engineering plastics • Radilon ® 6.10: PA6.10-based textile yarns • dorix® 6.10: PA6.10-based staple fibre • CornLeaf®: Ingeo™ polylactic acid (PLA) yarn MANUFACTURED USING RECYCLED RAW MATERIALS… • Heramid®: PA6 and PA66 engineering plastics • r-Starlight®: polyester textile yarn • r-Radyarn®: polyester textile yarn SOLUTION-DYED… SAVING WATER AND ENERGY • Radifloor®: PA6 BCF yarn • dorix®: PA6 staple • Radilon® staple fibre: PA6 staple • Radilon®: PA6 and PA66 textile yarn • Radyarn®-Starlight®: polyester textile yarn
    • SYNERGY & INTEGRATION PRODUCTION UNITS PA66, ADIPIC ACID, NITRIC ACID, SALT 66, HEXAMETHYLENEDIAMINE Radici Chimica SpA Novara - IT ADIPIC ACID, NITRIC ACID, CYCLOHEXANOL, CYCLOHEXANONE Radici Chimica Deutschland GMBH Zeitz - DE PA6 Radici Fil Casnigo – IT Radici Yarn Villa d’Ogna - IT
    • SYNERGY & INTEGRATION PRODUCTION CAPACITY 195 ADIPIC ACID Radici Chimica SpA Novara – IT Radici Chimica Deutschland GMBH, Zeitz – DE 90 45 110 PA66 Radici Chimica SpA Novara – IT HMDA Radici Chimica SpA Novara – IT PA6 Radici Yarn, Villa d’Ogna – IT Radici Fil Casnigo - IT KTons KTons KTons KTons
    • RADICIPLASTICS HISTORY First compounding production plant, RadiciNovacips SpA, Villa d’Ogna, launched. RadiciPlastics France SA sales office founded. Second compounding production plant opened in Chignolo d’Isola. RadiciPlastics UK Ltd, London, sales office founded. RadiciPlastics Ltda, Brazil, opened to increase compounding production capacity. RadiciPlastics USA Inc. established in South Carolina. RadiciPlastics GmbH compounding plant set up in Lüneburg, Germany. RadiciPlastics Iberica SL founded in La Carolina, Spain. RadiciPlastics Modi P.LTD, India, sales office founded. RadiciPlastics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. compounding plant opened in Suzhou, China. Consolidation of RadiciPlastics’ position in the American plastics market through the acquisition of North American compounder Michael Day Enterprises Inc. RadiciPlastics continues to explore new horizons with a view to extending production and sales still further. One of the world’s leading players in the field of engineering plastics. A company with a long history. 1981 1988 1996 1997 1998 2000 2006 2010 today
    • ENGINEERING PLASTICS Upstream integration of polyamide 6 & 66 and copolymers. RadiciFil/RadiciYarn PA6 - PA6/66 RadiciChimica PA66 - PA66/6 External Suppliers RadiciPlastics Products
    • RADICIPLASTICS NUMBERS 248 Personnel: 402 employees 2012 Sales (Millions of Euro) Consolidated Turnover Plastics
    • GLOBAL MANUFACTURING PRESENCE AMERICAS ASIAEUROPE Radici Novacips SpA Villa d’Ogna – ITALY Investment in fast-growing regions. Application development support worldwide. Radici Novacips SpA Chignolo d’Isola– ITALY Radici Plastics GmbH - GERMANY Radici Plastics USA Inc. USA Radici Plastics Ltda BRAZIL Radici Plastics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. CHINA
    • RADICIPLASTICS WORLDWIDE PRESENCE ASIA China Radici Plastics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. India Radici Plastics Modi P. Ltd. AMERICAS Brazil Radici Plastics USA Ltda. USA Radici Plastics USA Inc. EUROPE France Radici Plastics France SA Germany Radici Plastics GmbH Italy Radici Novacips SpA Villa d’Ogna Radici Novacips SpA Chignolo d’Isola Spain Radici Plastics Iberica SL United Kingdom Radici Plastics UK Ltd
    • WORLDWIDE POLYMER BRANDS Radilon® A line of PA6, PA66, High Temperature PA, PA6.12 and 60% renewably sourced PA6.10 polymers and copolymers used for injection, extrusion and blow-moulding in industrial, electrical/electronics and automotive applications. Raditer® A line of thermoplastic semi-crystalline PBT and glass- fibre- reinforced PBT used for injection moulding in industrial, electrical/electronics and automotive applications. Heramid® “Green” range of materials, mainly coming from RadiciGroup polymerization, fibre and compounding plant scraps; used for injection and extrusion in industrial, electrical/electronics and automotive applications. Radiflam® A line of PA and PBT flame-retardant grades used for injection and extrusion in all applications where high fire resistance is required, especially in the electrical/electronics and automotive sectors. Heraflex® A line of thermoplastic elastomers based on SEBS, SBS and co- polyesters; used for injection and blow moulding in industrial, electrical/electronics and automotive applications. Radistrong® A line of long fibre polyamides for injection moulding. This material family represents a major step forward in metal replacement due to its exceptional impact, creep and high- temperature properties. Heraform® POM acetal copolymers for injection moulding applications, obtained through the random insertion of co-monomer units in a poly-trioxane chain.
    • RADICIPLASTICS: FOCUS ON INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY New grades with enhanced performance • Special Radilon® PA66-GF and high-flow Radilon® PA6-GF grades with enhanced mechanical performance designed for metal replacement. • A new family of Radistrong® long fibers Polyamides that offer exceptional impact resistance, superior creep & fatigue properties • Radilon® HHR (High Heat Resistant) PA66 for use in continuous contact with hot air up to 210°C. • A new family of Radilon® XTreme special polyamides that offer superior heat resistance up to 230 °C in continuous contact with hot air • A family of Radilon® D PA6.10 bio-based materials developed for pneumatic and brake air lines and fuel connectors; offers excellent hydrolysis resistance. • A new family of Radilon® DT PA6.12 long chain polyamides that offer enhanced chemical resistance even in contact with CaCl₂ and ZnCl₂ salts solutions.
    • RADICIPLASTICS MARKETS A complete material range for the automotive, E/E, consumer and industrial goods sectors. AUTOMOTIVE CONSUMER & INDUSTRIAL GOODS E/E
    • RADICIPLASTICS CUSTOMER SUPPORT Providing our customers with additional value by collaborating on metal-to- plastic part design, part design optimization and mouldflow simulation. Metal-to-plastic redesign Structural analysis (with NX-Nastran) Process simulation (with Autodesk® MoldFlow®)
    • RADICIPLASTICS FACTS AND VISION Facts • Upstream integration of PA6, PA66, PA6.10, PA6.12, High Temperature PA and copolymers. • Worldwide industrial and sales network. • Complete range of materials available in all countries. • Competent global application development support. Vision • Growth through innovation, with a focus on speciality polyamide grades. • Sustainability commitment along the entire production chain.