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Sabic unveils a Sabic polypropylene (PP) app for iOS (phone and tablet) and Android (phone), titled Sabic Polypropylene Product Finder. The company says the app combines powerful analysis tools and product information, helping users match the right Sabic PP solutions to their needs. In this digital age, Sabic wants to offer their existing and potential customers a more flexible tool to have an overview of the PP portfolio in Europe. This app marks the company’s pioneering step into mobile technology, an increasingly important platform which provides added value to its existing and potential customers.
The free-of-charge, downloadable app is available in all regions, conveniently packages Sabic PP expertise in Europe into one application, allowing convertors, OEMs, designers and engineers, to access comprehensive PP information quickly and easily. At first hand it contains the European offered polypropylene product portfolio.
Paul Wanrooij, technical marketing engineer for Sabic, comments, "Sabic Polypropylene Product Finder is our first application in the polypropylene marketplace and we are delighted with the feel and functionality of the app, which we will continue to expand out with more features to improve the overall user experience. We hope it is something that existing and potential customers will use when seeking out a solution for their technical problems.”
The app has built-in technology that will allow users to search for in-depth information about PP grades within the building and construction, consumer products, flexible and rigid packaging, healthcare, mobility and transport industries and film and fibers. The app also allows users to forward information to their e-mail account and gives them easy access to the key features of the Sabic website on their mobile or tablet device.
The app is available to download free from the Apple and Google Play stores for iOS and Android devices.
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