Masterbatch Solutions for Oriented Films


Today LyondellBasell is making the future of packaging a reality. LyondellBasell provides a full line of masterbatch solutions that can be customized to meet your Biaxially-Oriented Polyethylene (BOPE) and Mono-Axially Oriented Polyethylene (MOPE) film structure needs. Our oriented product offerings include slip, antiblock, antistatic and antifog to address the most challenging packaging designs.

LyondellBasell has long been a leader in the BOPP masterbatch market and can help translate the demanding requirements of oriented polypropylene (PP) applications to polyethylene (PE). BOPE/MOPE film construction can help facilitate a mono-material structure, which can aid in the increase of recyclability for PE and multilayer packaging.

Our technology centers across the globe allow new products and applications to be developed in close collaboration with suppliers and customers, with a clear commitment to the oriented market and support of a circular economy.

Learn more about our product grade slate below.

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Our Masterbatch Portfolio

Additive Concentrates

Improve the appearance and performance of resins to meet your exact specifications and processing needs through additive concentrates.

White Concentrates

LyondellBasell offers a wide range of white masterbatches with a concentration of up to 80% titanium dioxide based on PE, PP, PS, PA, ABS and polyester.

Black Concentrates

Carbon black concentrates from LyondellBasell consist of a wide variety of pigment systems and offer superior processability and performance characteristics.

Color Concentrates

At LyondellBasell we offer expert support for custom color matching and provide cutting edge solutions to your most challenging color and additive applications.

Success Stories

Advancing Food Freshness

Advancing Packaging Solutions

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LyondellBasell Australia Collaborates to Create Food Packaging Prototype with Recycled Content

LyondellBasell joined a group of companies to co-develop a prototype KitKat wrapper made with 30% recycled soft plastic.