About Advanced Bio-Material Technologies Corp.:
THE PROBLEM IS “PLASTIC”
- 400Mt/ year - $400 B: Unsustainable, environmentally unfriendly: A time critical problem.
THE SOLUTION IS “SMARTER” PLASTIC
- ABMT has developed and patented an AI-driven Smart Factory to replace the 3 main additives used to make plastic products stronger & more durable: Talc, calcium Carbonate & Fiberglass. These feedstocks are all unsustainable & environmentally unfriendly to produce, & are sourced primarily overseas. They also significantly retard the natural bio-degradation process of plastic. Meanwhile, natural fibers are sustainable and make plastic products more durable and lighter weight. The problem has been how to make them lower cost: ABMT has redefined the economics of producing sustainable plastic products and has completed an Engineering Level 3 of the Project.
ABMT is looking for companies to help them demonstrate and educate thermoplastic producers on making BETTER plastic.
- Improve overall production flexibility & reducing production cost
- Provide objective Automated Quality Control
- Encourage onshore additive supply and help reduce energy & CO2 caused by overseas shipping
- Improve ESG as well as the sustainability and biodegradability of plastic products
What THEY bring to the table:
Management has proven expertise in:
- Advanced Manufacturing, Systems, AI, Blockchain, Datatrust, Machine Learning
- Fiber processing, automation, optimization, Ai in Manufacturing, distribution
- Automotive trim material development, executive management, and sales
- Polymer plastic formulation, production, sales and distribution
- R&D, patents, finance, M&A
What YOU will bring to the table:
Collaborate with Strategic Partners interested to deploy PPS technology:
- Plastic Compounders and thermoplastic producers using polypropylene, polyethylene, PVC or ABS
- We are focused on replacing the 3 current principal additive feedstocks – talc, calcium carbonate (limestone), and fiberglass - used today to strengthen polymer plastics, with natural fibers at a 20% lower cost and delivering greater sustainability.
- The collaboration would require a twin-screw injection molding machine, a few molds for samples, and experience with producing thermoplastics in some of the following polymers: Polypropylene, Polyethylene, ABS, PVC, and PLA. .
If you are interested please complete the following form.