We have an engineering jobs opportunity for you!
Are you seeking mechanical engineering jobs near Charlotte, NC?
Why not become a member of the SABIC manufacturing company team?
To learn more about our global petrochemicals corporation, go to the SABIC website. We are also on Facebook.
SABIC Innovative Plastics, LLC of Charlotte, NC is a Saudi Arabian company that was created by royal decree more than 35 years ago. Its purpose was exporting byproducts from the oil drilling industry. Specializing in fertilizers, polymers and chemicals, SABIC expanded rapidly, increasing production from 6 to 69 million metric tons over the past several decades. Net profits in 2011 were $7.8 billion.
In the late 1980s, SABIC established a presence in the Americas. In time, we significantly increased our footprint by acquiring from the General Electric Company GE Plastics – one of the world’s foremost makers of intensively heat-engineered plastics.
At present, we have plans to expand even more, creating many interesting engineering jobs and mechanical engineering openings in the Americas for college students, college graduates and professionals.
Products for the new millennium
Think about the things that you use every day. There’s a great likelihood that SABIC makes many of them. We generate packaging for the beverages and foods you eat. We manufacture the clothing on your back. Our products also go into everything from automobiles to computer screens. If you come to work at SABIC, you could help be a part of producing all of these things!
SABIC’s workforce includes almost five thousand people throughout the Americas. We host 17 manufacturing facilities and 17 offices in North, Central and South America, including 11 locations in the United States. At SABIC, we’re always mindful of just how important our workers are. We wouldn’t be us without our pool of talented employees.
Our manufacturing company is competitive with the largest companies in the petrochemicals industry. We make available to our workers one of the most thorough training programs in the industry so that they can grow with us.
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|Fri Mar 08 11:00:00 EST 2013|
High impact polystyrene is typically used in the classroom when students learn about vacuum forming.
|Fri Feb 22 12:00:00 EST 2013|
High-density polyethylene is a tough, rigid plastic; this makes it the perfect material for producing durable children's toys.
|Fri Feb 08 10:00:00 EST 2013|
Plastics are a huge part of our everyday lives. To prove our point, we'd like to ask: What was the last plastic object you used today? Comment and let us know!
|Fri Jan 25 11:00:00 EST 2013|
Low density polyethylene is a flexible plastic that is commonly used in producing grocery shopping bags.
|Fri Jan 11 14:00:00 EST 2013|
Plastic green Army men were first manufactured in the United States back in 1938. Prior to that, toy soldiers were cast from lead or tin.
|Do It Yourself|
|Fri Dec 28 14:00:00 EST 2012|
The "Vac-U-Form," sold by Mattel in the 1960's, was a toy that featured a sheet of plastic that was moulded using the process of vacuum forming.
|Melamine Is Tops|
|Fri Dec 14 13:00:00 EST 2012|
Durable melamine is often used to laminate kitchen counter tops.
|Fri Nov 30 11:00:00 EST 2012|
Many adhesives are actually thermosetting plastics.
|Fri Nov 16 15:00:00 EST 2012|
Thanks to good modern packaging techniques, food spoilage has been on a steady decline. Plastic containers, seals and bottles keep food fresh and safe for human consumption for longer.
|Fri Nov 02 11:00:00 EDT 2012|
Plastic's contributions to the medical field include artificial limbs, heart valves, and various pieces of equipment that are used to save lives every day.