Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Thailand’s PTT Global Chemical (PTTGC) collaborate to develop advanced 3D printing materials for the next-generation automotive industry.
PTTGC is Thailand’s largest petrochemical and refining company. With eight main business lines, it focuses on investing into the expansion of specialties chemical products and green chemicals.
A top-ranked university, NTU is renowned for its research-intensive interdisciplinary approach in developing innovative solutions for industry and society.
NTU and PTTGC aim to jointly develop new materials that could be used to 3D print vehicle components to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions, fostering sustainable growth.
The two partners signed a MoU in Bangkok, Thailand and kicked off the partnership by inking a research collaboration agreement on the same day that details the research focus.