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PowerPoint Presentation3 Alrajhi Holding Ali Hassan Al-Jameel Confirmed
4 Astra Polymer Bandar Al-Saqer Confirmed
5 Borouge Craig Halgreen Confirmed
6 Borouge Hazeem Al Suwaidi Confirmed
7 Dow Chemicals Sami Mainich Regret
8 Equate Muayad Al Faresi Confirmed
9 Lyondell Basell Mohamed Azougagh Confirmed
10 Muntajat Yousef Darwish Fakhro Regret
11 Napco Issam Chaaya Confirmed
12 Orpic Faisal Al Hajri Confirmed
13 QAPCO Abdul Aziz Bashraheel Confirmed
14 RCJY Mubarak Al-Mubarak Confirmed
15 SABIC Serhan Al Otaibi Confirmed
16 Sahara Hisham Al Huwaidi Confirmed
17 S-Chem Ayoub Al-Ghamdi Confirmed
18 Tasnee Sultan Al-Zahrani Confirmed
19 Interplast/ Cosmoplast Walid Najjar Confirmed
Total members 19
Quorum needed 12
Do Don’t
Ensure strict compliance to the following steps to minimize the risk of violating competition laws
Prior to meetings:
• Draft detailed agenda that accurately reflects what is to be discussed. Agenda and meeting documents must not include issues relevant to competition law
During meetings:
• Limit discussions to topics included on the agenda • Take minutes of the full meeting • In case of spontaneous statements relevant to
competition law, react immediately and actively dissociate yourself from the violation:
o Point out to participants that this issue must not be discussed
o If necessary, postpone the discussion until you have received relevant legal clarifications
o If the discussion continues, notify your objection in the protocol, suspend the meeting or leave the meeting space
o Inform the GPCA Secretary-General or your company about the incident
After meetings:
Discuss, formally and informally, exchange information
about or reach agreement with competitors about:
Prices:
• Individual sales and payment terms, individual discount, credits and credits conditions
Production:
Transportation:
• Rates or rate policies for shipments, including zone prices and freight charges
Future Market Behavior, in particular:
• Plans of individual companies concerning technology, investment, design, production, distribution and marketing of certain products
• Agreement on market allocation either geographically or by costumers
• Matters related to actual or potential suppliers or customers, particularly if this might have the effect of excluding them from any market or influencing the business conduct of other companies toward them
Meeting Protocol
Presented by
Pre-reading required?
0835 – 1005 Thomas,
Coffee Break 1040 – 1100
4 Plastics Image Survey • Update 1100 – 1145 Udit Arora Yes
5 Business Plan 2016 • Board Resolution • Proposal for 2017
• Update 1145 – 1210 Craig
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Meeting Closing • Any Other Business • Meeting Review • All Committees Meeting • 2017 Meetings Calendar • Closing Remarks
• Alignment 1220 – 1230 Chairman
1 Present the finalised conference
agenda and speaker line-up Networking TF
October
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Assess the feasibility of setting up an early warning system that monitors upcoming legislations related to the plastics industry
Advocacy TF June 2016 Needs further
discussion
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• Dates – 5th-6th April 2017
• Content Partner – Nexant
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Dr Mohammad Al Mulla, Chairman, Vice Chairman, QAPCO & Chairman - Plastics Committee, GPCA
09:10 - 09:30 Key Note Session: GCC Polymer Producer Industry Update
Muhammad Husain, President & CEO, EQUATE
09:30 - 09:50 Key Note Session: GCC Plastics Convertor Industry Update
Azhar Kenji, CEO, Takween Advanced Industries
09:50 - 10:10 Panel Discussion and Q&A session
Session 2: International Trends in Plastics Processing
10:10 - 10:30 Foam–Walled Packaging
Mark Lindenfelzer, President, MuCell Extrusion LLC
10:30 - 10:50 T.B.A.
Ali Al-Jameel, Sector CEO, Al Rajhi (with Triomada Plastic International Co)
10:50 - 11:10 Panel Discussion and Q&A session
11:10 – 11:30 Networking Break
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11:30 - 11:50 3D Printing Medium- Scale Production
Dubai Future Foundation
Ricke Neif, Manager Market Development, Cincinnati Inc. - BAAM (Nomination sought from Committee)
12:10 - 12:30 Thermoplastics for 3-D Printing
(Nomination sought from Committee)
12:50 – 14:00 Networking Lunch
14:00 – 14: 20 Packaging applications
Fayez Alsharef, Chief Procurement Officer, Arlanxeo
14:20 - 14:40 Construction applications
Dow Chemicals/ Sadara
15:20 – 15:40 Networking Break Confirmed Invited Regret
Day 1 – Wednesday, 5th April 2017 (3)
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Hasan Bashir Alchab, Vice Executive Manager, Saudi Mais
14:20 - 14:40 Oil & Gas Field Applications
Amiantit Rubber Industry Ltd.
Higher Institute for Elastomer Industries
16:20 – 16:40 Panel Discussion and Q&A session
19:00 - 21:00 GPCA Plastic Excellence Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner
Confirmed Invited Regret
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Session 5: International Supply Trends - Effecting the GCC Plastics Processing Industry
09:00 - 09:20 Impact of a Changing Global landscape
Nexant
Universal Group (Egypt)
P&G (Nexant is contacting L’Oreal & Unilever)
10:00 - 10:20 Panel Discussion and Q&A session
10:20 – 10:40 Networking Break
Session 6: Export Opportunities for the GCC Plastics Processing Industries
10:40 - 11:00 Opportunities in Africa (including Egypt)
Issam Chhaya, Key Account Director – Petrochemicals, NAPCO
11:00 – 11:20 Opportunities in India
Bander Al-Saqer, CEO, Astra Polymers
11:20 – 11:40 Trade Barriers & Trade Flows
11:40 - 12:00 Panel Discussion and Q&A session
12:00 – 13:30 Prayers & Lunch Confirmed Invited Regret
Day 2 – Thursday, 6th April 2017 (2)
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13:30 - 13:50 Home of Innovation
SABIC Plastics Application Development Centre
13:50 - 14:10 Hot/ cold water pipes
Tahweel PPR Pipes & Fittings
14:10 - 14:30 Artificial Wood
Saudi Artificial Wood Co
14:50 – 15:10 Networking Lunch
15:10 – 15:30 Rethinking the Future of Plastics in the GCC
Helga Vanthounout, Senior Expert, McKinsey
15:30 - 15:50 PS Foam Insulation
Walid Wakim, General Manager, Styro UAE
15:50 - 16:10 Solar Indutry
**End of Conference** Confirmed Invited Regret
PEA 2017 - Categories
Categories Why Should You Apply? Who Should Apply?
Joint Development/ Improvement of a new Product or Application - Resin Producer & Plastic Converter
You have jointly developed a plastic product/ application which has been introduced to the market
Plastic resin producers and plastic converters apply jointly in one application
Joint Process Improvement Projects - International Machinery Manufacturer & a Regional Plastic Converter
You have jointly improved an existing plastic product/ plastic conversion process
Global Machine Suppliers and Regional Converters apply jointly
Innovative & New Plastic Products & Processes
You have developed a break- through plastic product/ plastic manufacturing process for the local/ regional or global markets
Plastic Converters with a link to GCC who have an innovative Plastic Product in their portfolio
PEA 2017 – Categories (2)
Categories Why Should You Apply? Who Should Apply?
Best Sustainability Initiatives in the Plastics Conversion Industry
You have outstanding sustainability initiatives in any one or more of the following: • Plastic Recycling and Energy
Saving • Resource and Waste
Management • Promoting and Advocating
GCC Plastic Converters can apply individually or in collaboration with program partners like Customers/ Resin Producers/ Universities/ Consultants/ NGOs/ Public
Best Researcher in Plastics and Plastic conversion
You have achieved outstanding results in your research studies for the polymer and plastic conversion industries
Researchers from Universities, Academia, Research Institutes and Company Research Centers
Fikra: Rising Stars of the Plastics Industry
You are a student and can present your innovative product and process improvement ideas
Students from regional universities and vocational institutes
PEA 2017 - Jury
SABIC Ulrich Reiners
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Meeting Schedule
9 December 24 November 9 September 10 June 26 May 6 April 2014
16 December 30 August 22 April 9 March 11 January 2015
Business Plan 2016
• GPCA Marine Litter Clause
Thought Leadership
• Eco-Profile Study
• Communication decision
Plastics Committee
Legend: Not Started On-Track Some Concern Not Achieved Achieved Under Discussion
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© 2007 GPPA
INITIAL OBJECTIVE
• To investigate how SASO can help to increase the market share of HDPE within the KSA
• GPPA requested by the Royal Commission and GPCA (Craig Halgreen) to facilitate this process
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ACTIVITIES TO DATE
1. Preliminary Meeting (24th July 2016) • Held in Dubai, UAE (Hosted by SABIC)
• Core group represented by resin makers only
• Key conclusion – the committee representing all the industry stakeholders to be set-up
(Resin Makers – Pipe Converters – End Users)
2. Second Meeting (26th September 2016) • Held in Riyadh, KSA (Hosted by SABIC)
• Attended by larger, more industry representative group
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GENERAL CONCLUSIONS TO DATE
1. The committee accepted that SASO remit does not have the intended activity. The committee will prepare a set of objectives for SASO
2. The draft will be circulated for comment before it is given to SASO – SABIC (Abdulaziz Al-Sayyari) will present draft to SASO
3. SASO should nominate a voting member on TC138, the ISO Pipe Committee (UAE already has a voting member)
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© 2007 GPPA
OTHER COMMENTS
1. Can SASO police its Quality Mark adequately? All members agreed “cheating” on raw material quality origin
is a widespread threat
2. If not SASO can GPPA assist in this role?
3. Downstream pipe users need educating in the
design and maintenance of pipe quality GPPA Saudi Task Force – roadshow
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5. Can GPPA supply typical specs, Test proceedings,
etc.
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“That the Plastic Committee develop a structured approach to address challenges associated with the negative image on Plastics among the public and regulators and explore engaging a PR agency to develop a public awareness campaign.”
Business Plan 2017 - Proposal
• Networking: o1 Conference + 1 Workshop
• Thought Leadership: oWork on Eco-Profiles and the Image Survey being completed, the next steps
get transferred under Advocacy oNeed to identify new initiatives for Thought Leadership o To be focused on 3 areas: capturing industry trends, creating awareness and/
or supporting advocacy efforts
• Advocacy: o Continue to advocate the benefits of plastics and counter the negative image
by engaging key stakeholders o Work with regulators to develop standards/ specifications for plastic
products/ applications
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Plan for 2017 • 26 Feb – 2 March, flexible for global campaigns
• Ages 7-12
• Clean-up campaigns and school visits to be conducted. Member companies to establish educational programs and activities
• The campaign remains committed to waste management and consumption and not just recycling with a focus on the 3 Rs “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle” and to showcase the benefits associated with recycling
• Engage governmental bodies
• Objectives of the campaign for 2017 are:
oRemain highly focused on education and come up with way new ways of educating youth while maintaining it as a fun activity
o To spread the campaign further into more cities around the region with the help of members
o To add one additional country with the help of member companies’ affiliate offices 31
Committee Input
• The committee’s support is needed in providing ideas/ content/ material that we could showcase in our school visits and on site, tailored to school children
• Also, for their companies to participate or join a campaign in their respective city(s)
• To spread the word
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“Best CSR Initiative of the Year” In 2016, WFE won the category of “Best CSR Initiative of the Year” at the Oil and Gas and Refining and Petrochemical Awards Middle East
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• All GPCA Working Committees to participate
• Guest Speaker
• BoD to attend
• Ideas exchange between Committees – Discussion amongst the Chairs and VCs
of each committee
• Appreciation and Recognition
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• Proposal from SPE to co-organize niche, “topical” events. For e.g. additives, blow moulding, injection moulding, extrusion, etc.
• GPCA’s recommendation for the PC is to look at these events on a case-to-case basis, not as a partnership
• SPE are proposing a partnership, offering a limited number of complimentary, annual membership to GPCA members
• 2017 calendar is fully booked so any potential events need to be scheduled in 2018
Calendar 2017
• Meeting 1: Sunday, 19th January 2017
• Meeting 2: Tuesday, 4th April 2017
• PlastiCon: 4th – 6th April 2017
• Meeting 3: Thursday, 14th September 2017
Closing Remarks Chairman