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  • 1. 1PlastiChem LatAm Consultants .
  • 2. PlastiChem LatAm Consultants 3rd Arabplast Summit 10-11 Jan, 2011 - Dubai Fairmont Dubai - Palm 6, Meeting Room . 2
  • 3. Some of the biggest converters in the Middle East and North African met at the 3rd ArabPlast Summit in DubaiPlastiChem LatAm Consultants on 10-11 January 2011 . They Discussed how they can continue to compete effectively on a global scale. More specifically, the decision- makers of big plastic converters are all geared up to share their views and perspectives in the high energy discussion on: . 3
  • 4. Strategies for Local converters to Compete in the Global Arena” “ - What are the top 3 challenges faced by local converters?PlastiChem LatAm Consultants - How can they overcome them? What are the strategies? - How can local converters work together to compete globally? - Can meaningful strategic alliances be formed? - Where are the new markets to target apart from China and India? Moderator: Dr. Marcello D. Villahoz, Senior Business Development Director, Sales & Marketing, Plastics, Chemicals and Biotechnology PlastiChem LatAm Consultants, LLC Panelists: Mr. Issam Chaaya, General Manager Flexible Packaging Napco Modern Plastic Products Company (NMPPC) Mr. Slim Zeghal, CEO Altea Packaging Mr. Gasem Al Maimani, President Al Watania Plastics Mr. Adel Saleh Al-Ghassab, Managing Director Zamil Plastic Industries Ltd . 4
  • 5. Great audience participate at the 10th ArabPlast in Dubai, U.A.E in January 2011.PlastiChem LatAm Consultants The Feedstock outlook for chemicals and plastic conversion in the region of the Gulf Community Countries GCC is increasing and has a tremendous potential impact in the petrochemicals and polyolefins business globally. The global industry sales are USD $ 3.5 Trillion, this is FOUT TIMES the combined GDP of GCC nations that employs 10 million directly and 50 million indirectly. IS interesting that there are 60,000 European companies that employ 1.2 million people, standing second to pharma industry in terms of added-value per employee and more than 80% higher than the combined added-value of all manufacturing sectors. . 5
  • 6. The Gulf countries chemicals production, currently is at the level of USD $ 40 bn and by 2020 will reach USD $ 80 bn in aPlastiChem LatAm Consultants business-as-usual scenario. However, by 2020 the region’s industry plans to reach USD $ 200 bn to gain a rightful position as a pillar in the industry. Several Middle East companies such as Aramco, Sabic, Borouge and Abu Dhabi National Chemiclas Company are increasing on investment and performance in polymers and petrochemicals. According to Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association, the polyethylene production capacity in the Middle East will increase from 10.7 MMT in 2009 to 21.5 MMT by the year 2015, an increase of slightly more than 100 per cent. Similarly, the production capacity of polypropylene will increase from 4.8 MMT in 2009 to 9.5 MMT by year 2015, an increase of 98 per cent. This will bring the combined production capacities of the two major polyolefin resins to more than 31 MMT by the year 2015. . 6
  • 7. PlastiChem LatAm Consultants In percentage terms, the Middle East will increase its share of global PE capacity from 13 per cent in 2008 to 19 per cent in 2015, making it the leading global player as a region. The Middle Easts PP share will rise from nine per cent in 2008 to 13 per cent in 2015, placing it behind Asia-Pacific. . 7
  • 8. Dr.Marcello D Villahoz Marcello is Sr. Director New BusinessPlastiChem LatAm Consultants Development Sales & Marketing of PlastiChem LatAm Consultants for international companies in Latin America. He has over seventeen years of experience in the developing of new business, strategic plans, joint ventures and acquisitions in the region. He has been working with Japanese corporations (Kuraray, Mitsui Chemicals, Kaneka, Toyo Ink, Eval, DNP, Gunze, Totani, Itochu, Ciplas) and USA companies (Graham Engineering, SiShield Technologies; Styrochem). PlastiChem LatAm is a global company providing world class solutions and consultancy services to small, medium, and large plastic converters, polyolefins suppliers; Fortune 500 chemicals companies, pharmaceutical, biotech, manufacturing, and medical device companies that want to do business in Latin America. Mr. Marcello D Villahoz, Senior Business Development Director, Sales & Marketing, Plastics, Chemicals and Biotechnology PlastiChem LatAm Consultants, LLC Chairman’s Remarks Day 2 [Tue 11, January], at 09:00 AM Middle East looking at Latin America~Potential Market for Exporting Polyolefins and Specialty Products Day 2 [Tue 11, January], at 04:05 PM . 8
  • 9. 9PlastiChem LatAm Consultants .