Masterbatch & Additives

Tradepro offers an extensive array range of plastic-focused additives, including high-purity calcium carbonate concentrates (CaCO3) on polyethylene and polypropylene bases We also offer a diverse selection of color masterbatches to attain exact color specifications. Our products are engineered to enhance the performance and aesthetics of plastic materials, ensuring optimal quality and functionality across various applications.

What Are Masterbatch Additives?

Masterbatch additives are specialized compounds formulated to enhance the functional and aesthetic properties of plastic materials in industrial applications. They are utilized to augment the structural integrity, durability, and visual appeal of recycled plastics, allowing businesses to achieve superior quality and functionality in their plastic-based products.

Additives Attributes

We offer additives with the following attributes:


% of Filler

20% to 80%

PP homo: 0.9 g/cc
PP homo: 0.9 g/cc
PP copo: 0.9 g/cc
PP copo: 0.9 g/cc
Lebel Content
pellets: 0
pellets: 0
regrind: 0
regrind: 2%


Injection, Extrusion, Blow Mold




Pellets and powder



Additive Applications and Benefits

The majority of PET and rPET products are used in textile applications like carpet, automotive, furniture, and others. The plastic also is used to produce beverage, food, and non-food packaging.

MB Benefits

  • Color Consistency: Additives ensure a consistent color for plastic products and minimize visual variations.
  • Customization: They provide flexibility to modify the color, opacity, and other properties for specific requirements.
  • UV Protection: Additives have excellent UV resistance, making them a great choice for outdoor products.
  • Versatility: They are compatible with various processing techniques such as extrusion, injection molding, and blow molding.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Additives help achieve color and functional enhancements without the need for additional processing steps.

MB Applications and Uses

  • Agriculture: For UV protection, additives are used in greenhouse films, mulch films, and irrigation pipes.
  • Textiles: They are used for adding flame retardancy and UV protection to synthetic fibers.
  • Packaging: They are commonly used in the production of plastic packaging such as bottles, containers, and films.
  • Automotive: Additives find extensive use in automotive interior and exterior components.
  • Construction: They are utilized to fabricate pipes, fittings, and insulation materials.
  • Consumer Goods: Additives are extensively used in toys, appliances, and electronics to enhance aesthetic appeal.

For a brighter, greener tomorrow.