Established in 1995, Engineering Plastics division has ramped up the capacity from 4 KTPA in 1995 to a present capacity of 26KTPA with 3 state of the art compounding lines at Khatima, in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Synopsis of capacity build-up for compounding and product launched
Ester being fully backward integrated in PET, offers one of the most diversified ENGINEERING PLASTICS product portfolio covering most of the polymers in this category. With a product portfolio exceeding 350 grades under brand name 'ESTOPLAST' , Ester is presently - one of the fastest growing Engineering Plastics company in India supporting all key Industrial segments viz. Automotive, Electrical and Electronics, Appliances, Textile, Optical fibre cables and consumer Industrial goods.
Ester has a state of the art R&D facility with highly qualified & dedicated team where all grades/products are being developed in-house to meet customer demand. Ester would continue to build R&D capability (in-house or through strategic alliances) aligned with technological developments and acquiring advanced technical expertise in the field of EP compounding to address changing customer needs. Aligned with the organisational objective of becoming a technology-driven Company, Ester continues to pursue acquisition opportunities as well continues to focus on new product/application development
Ester's Polymer range includes
- Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) engineering plastics.
- Polyamide 6 & Polyamide 66 engineering plastics,
- Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) engineering plastics.
- Polycarbonate (PC) engineering Plastics.
- Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) engineering Plastics.
- Polyoxymethylene (POM) engineering plastics ……………… (new launch)
- Polypropylene (PP) engineering plastics……………………… (new launch)
- Alloys and Blends
Ester's continued focus on new product development to meet customer needs helped in expanding our product portfolio by ~40%, including specialized high wear resistance (MOS2/Teflon) grades, diffuser for LED application and GF50% nylon grades with good flow characteristics
Ester offers, UL registration for selected PBT FR grades and PC grades
Ester provides sustainable solutions by offering complete portfolio of halogen-free engineering plastics, developed for a wide range of applications including high-performance. In phased manner, Ester is replacing environmental un-friendly materials, with the halogen-free alternatives
- UL card for entire range of PBT FR grades
- Expanding reach to customers in global markets
- Planning fot additional minufacturing base in india
- Application Development capability. concept to commercialization
As Total solution provider for entire basket of Engineering Plastics compounds, we undertake specific Application development programs including METAL to PLASTIC conversions with support from our strategic Partner- Wissen Baum Engineering Solutions LLP.
Ester is enhancing relationship with OEMs/Tier 1/Tier 2 customers in the automotive & electrical segments and securing approvals for long-term sustainability. Working on collaborative VAVE (Value Addition & Value Engineering) & localization projects with some of our OEM customers
Ester follow a unique working approach of Customer satisfaction: through Innovation, Development & Partnership towards the manufacturing of engineering plastics which helps us to take a leading edge in the industry. Our commitment to the excellence in everything we manufacture enables us to deliver high quality engineering plastics. By working in close cooperation with our customers, we help them manufacture best-in-class products. We go hand-in-hand while studying the behavior of plastic materials for niche applications.
Ester technical support/services team effectively handles customer complaints giving root cause analysis using TOPS 8D methodology
Ester commenced exports of Engineering Plastics. Creation of a dedicated team for exports opportunities has also been initiated
Ester is declared the "Gold Winner" under the category "Fastest Growing Enterprise – Processing Engineering Polymers" at the Plasticon Awards 2015 by the Plastindia Foundation.