The PCC conversion park includes ten projects distributed over eight plants: Nylon 6,6 Polymerization Plant, Nylon Compounding, HDPE Pipe, Drip Irrigation, Automotive Parts, Medical Specialties and Pharmaceutical Packaging, Electrical Fittings, and Complex Caps and Closures Plants. PCC's conversion facilities can process any number of engineering thermoplastics, including polyamides and polyolefins, and are host to more than 120 extrusion, injection, injection blow and extrusion blow molding machines.
PCC's goal is to provide the highest quality thermoplastic products and contract molding services to local, regional and international component manufacturers. With world-class plastic production capabilities, PCC affords its customers the ability to extend existing capacities and the opportunity to diversify their product offerings. Additionally, PCC provides international plastics converters and investors a cost-effective platform for entry into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the wider Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region.
PCC was formed in 2011 and is owned 50 percent by the Saudi Industrial Investment Group (SIIG) and 50 percent by Arabian Chevron Phillips Petrochemical Company Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC.