What if a supplier did more than creating and shipping what you ask for? What if a supplier cared about the converters they work with, and what if they worked to create a different kind of supplier-converter relationship?
At Shell Polymers, which has now started operations at its state-of-theart Pennsylvania polyethylene plant, we put the needs of the customer first. That’s why we’re transforming how converters interact with their suppliers by playing a proactive role in the relationship. Or should we say, (Real)ationship. No, that’s not a typo. A (Real)ationship describes our commitment to ensuring our customers are heard. What does that look like in practice? Well, for us, it means forming true connections with you, our customer, as we get to know you, understand your problems, and work together to solve them.
We know you need more than a reliable supply of high-quality polyethylene. Converters desire transparent customer service, technical insights, and a supplier who works collaboratively to solve problems.