MegaBiz Petrochemical Trading Co. prioritizes a smooth and satisfactory customer journey above all else. Therefore, we handle all logistics from the moment the product is ordered until it is delivered (unless agreed otherwise). MegaBiz also takes responsibility for all the damages incurred during transportation of the products.
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Whether you need advice about the choice of the best material our professional team is always ready to provide a colsuntancy.
MegaBiz aims at differentiating in petrochemical trading by providing the most flexible, timely and responsive services to its customers. At MegaBiz, we focus on building long lasting relationships and achievement of satisfaction for all the stakeholders by:
o Developing a systematic structure & being consistent
o Providing help & responding to the needs
o Keeping promises & solving the problems
Our aim is to:
o Grow into the most competitive petrochemical products trading company in the world
o Establish partnership with each and every company in petrochemical industry
o Continuously reinvent company’s structure, systems, processes, and practices
At MegaBiz, we created a strong experience-oriented culture because of strong belief in the
o Personal & Professional Growth
Our team is always willing to deliver high quality assistance in any problems encountered or requests.
Petrochemicals – components derived from oil and gas that are used in all sorts of daily products such as plastics, fertilisers, packaging, clothing, digital devices, medical equipment, detergents and tyres – are becoming the largest drivers of global oil demand, in front of cars, planes and trucks, according to a major study by the International Energy Agency.
Petrochemicals are set to account for more than a third of the growth in world oil demand to 2030, and nearly half the growth to 2050, adding nearly 7 million barrels of oil a day by then. They are also poised to consume an additional 56 billion cubic metres (bcm) of natural gas by 2030, and 83 bcm by 2050.
Petrochemicals are particularly important given how prevalent they are in everyday products. They are also required to manufacture many parts of the modern energy system, including solar panels, wind turbines, batteries, thermal insulation and electric vehicles.
Demand for plastics – the key driver for petrochemicals from an energy perspective – has outpaced all other bulk materials (such as steel, aluminium, or cement), nearly doubling since 2000. Advanced economies currently use up to 20 times more plastic and up to 10 times more fertiliser than developing economies on a per capita basis, underscoring the huge potential for global growth. Petrochemical products provide substantial benefits to society, including a growing number of applications in various cutting-edge, clean technologies critical to sustainable energy systems.
However, the production, use and disposal of petrochemical-derived products present a variety of climate, air quality and water pollution challenges that need to be addressed. While substantial increases in recycling and efforts to curb single-use plastics are underway, especially in Europe, Japan and Korea, the impact these efforts can have on demand for petrochemicals is far outweighed by sharply increasing plastic consumption in emerging economies” (IEA, 2018).