A new sustainable solution for Extrusion Coating of polymers

Sponsored by: Borealis

Focused on:

  • Sustainable
  • Technology
  • Platform

Date: 12 March


Time: 3PM London/11AM New York

An innovation breakthrough on the tubular LDPE production platform

In today’s extrusion coating industry supply is depending heavily on the availability of autoclave LDPE products. With no new investments planned and rising costs of energy and maintenance, pressure on today’s price level will increase with constrained product availability in the future.

This webinar focusses on recent efforts by Borealis to address this industry challenge. We’ll...

• Discuss the performance of LDPE homopolymers produced with high pressure tubular technology.
• Compare performance to available market standards in autoclave LDPE.
• Demonstrate additional benefits towards the extrusion coating and lamination process.
• Highlight potential uses and benefits in other application fields like Blown film, Injection moulding and Cast film.

Embark together with Borealis on a journey to bring your business on to this new and sustainable technology platform. Register now and capture all the benefits this breakthrough innovation has to offer.

Presented by

Jeroen Frederix,

Application Marketing Manager Extrusion Coating

Jeroen Frederix achieved his master’s degree in chemical engineering in 2007 at the KULeuven with specialization into polymers. He has 6 years of experience in sales and marketing in the West European polymers industry. His functional experience includes sales, marketing, business management and strategy development in the resins market for flexible packaging. Currently he is marketing responsible for extrusion coating and plastomers within Borealis.

Auli Nummila-Pakarinen,

Application Development Engineer Extrusion Coating

Auli Nummila-Pakarinen for over more than 10 years has been leading the development of extrusion coating products at Borealis . She has her master´s degree in process engineering in 1989 from Åbo Akademi in Turku, Finland. Since 1989 she has held various technical positions in Borealis (formerly Neste Chemicals) within Borstar technology development and Borstar blown film development, prior to moving to extrusion coating application development.

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Key Learning Objectives

  • To understand that products made on tubular technology can match current autoclave products in quality and processing
  • To understand that products made on tubular technology bring additional benefits compared to autoclave materials
  • To learn that the performance of autoclave materials is exceeded in energy consumption, sealing, down gauging and adhesion to various substrates.
  • To discuss how the new technology platform ensures global availability in compliance with all regulatory requirements.


  • Extrusion Coating Converters
  • Packaging Producers
  • Product and Packaging Developers
  • Sustainability Experts
  • Marketing Managers