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1 Paper and Packaging Presentation

2 Benefits of working with Sasol Sasol is a global company Our values The Sasol Wax Difference Safety and Quality Formulating expertise Current product offerings

3 The Sasol Wax Group Wholly owned by Sasol Ltd, South Africa (NYSE: SSL) Wax Group Head office in Hamburg, Germany Main wax production: Hamburg, GermanyPetroleum based paraffin wax Sasolburg, South AfricaSynthetic paraffin wax Richmond, CABlends, emulsions Marketing offices: Europe North America Malaysia Australia 1300 employees

4 The Sasol Values apply to all Sasol companies Focus on Customers We listen to our customers, and meet their requirements with our best products, service and support systems Winning with People We respect and encourage the contributions of our colleagues We reward excellent performance Safety We work towards world class safety standards to eliminate injuries Excellence in all we do We pursue world-class business operating standards and superior performance within a framework of sound governance and internationally accepted health and environmental standards and practices Continuous Improvement We strive to improve our performance Integrity We deal with each other, our customers and other stakeholders fairly, openly and honestly

5 The Sasol Wax Difference World Class Products - Many with unique advantages Global supply Relentless innovation and improvement of everything Technological expertise Extensive experience in many industries and markets Deep understanding of customer needs Customised solutions Win-win value in long-term relationships Reliable supply Highly responsive, flexible, and agile

6 Sasol Wax North America Corp. SWNA is an importer and blender of waxes, manufacturer of wax emulsions. SWNA is the North American source of Sasols range of Fischer- Tropsch synthetic hard waxes. 120 Employees Plant and Laboratory at Richmond, CA Bulk tanks at Richmond, CA Head office and Customer Service at Hayward, CA 2 warehouses Website

7 SWNA Supply Capability Long term relationships with reputable suppliers, supply agreements Strong inventory of raw materials and finished products at Richmond, CA Multi-sourcing of equivalent raw materials reduces reliance on each source Formulating expertise around various raw materials Delivery of liquid and packaged waxes by railcar, road tanker or truck, throughout North America Capacity for finished products at Richmond, CA is approximately 275 million pounds ( mt) per year. Raw material Tank capacity in Richmond 14 X 140 mt (each tank ~2 railcars) 3 X 2500 mt 1 X 3400 mt Blending capability 2300 mt per week liquid, 450 mt per week packaged

8 Richmond Manufacturing Plant Tanker unloading facilities First two 20,000-barrel bulk shore tanks 30,000-barrel tank Third 20,000-barrel tank Small tank farm, total 20,000 barrels of capacity 14,000-ft 2 warehouse site Wax emulsion plant site Main production building

9 Bulk Liquid Parcels Up to 5,000 metric tons (Equivalent to 75 tank cars) Advantages of bulk shipments: Most cost effective method of delivery Most efficient mode of transportation More consistent, improved quality Terminal dock site Tanker unloading

10 Bulk Storage Capacity Permanent storage includes 4 large-volume shore tanks, two small-tank farms and inside processing tanks totaling more than 35 million pounds. 30,000 barrel and 20,000 barrel shore tanks Plant small tank farm 20,000 barrel shore tanksInside processing tanksTerminal small tank farm

11 Rail Facilities Bulk rail facilities are capable of loading/unloading up to 14 cars on two tracks. OSHA approved rail rack offers safe, easy access to cars on both tracks.

12 Bulk Truck Loading Facilities Bulk liquid truck loading station is capable of loading two trucks simultaneously. Wax emulsion trucks are loaded in a bermed area to prevent accidental spills from contaminating the environment.

13 Safety, Health, Environmental, Responsible Care & Quality SWNA is aligned with parent company Sasol Safety Objective is RCR <0.5 Driver safety training guide MSDS for each grade of wax we offer. Follow Good Manufacturing Practice. ISO9001 certified since June 2009 QC manager reports to the Technical Director. Full QC and CoA before each shipment. QC coverage 24/7. Participant in ASTM Interlaboratory Crosscheck Program.

14 SWNA Formulating Expertise The Sasol Wax business model is based on providing wax solutions for every process. Our staff of R&D personnel and product managers have significant experience and expertise in all areas of wax application. In every application, SWNA works with individual customers to ensure that the final product meets our customers' most stringent requirements. Using our knowledge of waxes and our customers applications, we are able to utilize waxes from multiple sources while maintaining consistent product performance. In order to ensure cost effective, continuous supply of raw materials for our products, SWNA sources waxes from all over the world, as well as from domestic suppliers. SWNA will not change the specifications or the basic ingredients of our formulations without first obtaining your written approval.

15 Technical Support Differential Scanning Calorimeter FT-IR Gas Chromatograph Specialized SoftwareViscosity AnalyzerSaybolt Color AnalyzerPenetrometer

16 SWNA Main Product Offerings Synthetic waxes (Fischer-Tropsch wax) Packaging Waxes Corrugated Saturating Wax, Impregnating Wax, Curtain Coating Wax Flexible Packaging Grades PVC lubricants Rubber waxes Specialty Candle waxes Emulsions Specialty blends

17 Products for Paper and Packaging Flexible Packaging Blends Corrugated Blends Saturating Waxes Curtain Coating Waxes Impregnating Waxes Development: Water based coatings

18 Wax in Paper and Packaging Water repellent Sealing Increased wet strength Barrier function

19 Hydrowax for Internal Sizing and Size Press Formulation horizontal induced vertical gate roll size press

20 Refined Wax Grades for Flexible Packaging Bread wrap Fruit wrap Hamburger wrap Candy and gum wrap Soap wrap Cheese wrap Butcher wrap Florist paper Cereal liner Dairy products

21 Cheese wrap Butcher wrap Florist paper Dairy products Decor papers Formulations for Improved Moisture and Grease Resistance

22 Bread wrap Disposable plates Packaging for frozen food Soap wrappers Gloss and Sealing Waxes

23 Packaging biscuits Corn flakes Milk Butter Frozen food Ice cream Gum wrap Laminating Waxes

24 Meat Poultry Vegetables Curtain Coating Waxes

25 Hydrowax for Moisture Barriers on Fine Paper

26 Well consolidated surface Low Lint Poorly consolidated surface High Lint Wax particles on fibre before melting Emulsions for Anti-linting

27 Meat Poultry Frozen sea food Plants Oily metal spare parts Sasolwax for Cardboard and Technical Paper

28 Saturating Waxes Wax Property (Typical Value) SASOL WAX SATURATING WAXES D20-1D20-1PD20-2D20-3D25 Melting Point, ºF (D127) Congealing Point, ºF (D938) Blocking Point, ºF (D1465) Color, ASTM D Saybolt Color, ASTM D Needle 77 ºF1012 Viscosity, 212 ºF FDA COMPLIANCE 21CFR YYYYY 21CFR YYYYY

29 Curtain Coating Waxes

30 Water Based Coatings Development Emulsification and formulation of coatings Years of experience in waxes, emulsification of waxes and application testing Easy access to and understanding of wide range of waxes Statistical design formulating Barrier coating development areas: Water resistance Water vapor transmission rate Oil and grease proof Specific slip angle requirements Cold set glue-ability Double coatings

31 Water Based Coating Successes 30 minute Cobb values below 20gsm (commercialized) coating weight 7gsm, recycled Kraft liner, Applied off line, before corrugator MVTR below 20gsm 24hr, 23°C, 50% relative humidity Slip angle, values above 35° obtained Depends on base paper, coating weight and temperature treatment Hot melt glue-ability, excellent Low tendency to damage (abrade) fruit (corrugated fruit boxes)

32 Water Based Products Sasolwax Barrier Coating 1 Corrugated boxes for fruit packaging Water resistance Re-pulpable and recyclable (?) Rod coating Sasolwax Barrier Coating 2 (Exp 1612) Corrugated boxes for meat and vegetables Improved MVTR Hot melt glue-able Rod coating recommended

33 Barrier Coating 1 – Attributes Provides an excellent water resistant barrier Resistance to oil and grease Excellent water beading High slip angle Heat stable properties at corrugator No blocking Hot melt glueable Repulpable and recyclable FDA compliance, 21CFR, , components of paper and paperboard in contact with dry foods Recommended coating weight, 7gsm (dry) Rod coating recommended Drying, curing temperature recommended between 60° to 70°C Medium viscosity, easy to handle coating

34 Barrier Coating 1 – Product Data Property Non-volatile content pH Brookfield Viscosity at 25°C (LV4 spindle, 60rpm) Color Density at 25°C Shelf life at 25°C Stability Cobb value, 30 minutes* Slip angle* *Tested on 150 gsm Kraft linerboard Measurement 40 mass% cP Light creamy 0.99 kg/liter 12 months in closed container Stable if stored between 5°C and 35°C 20 gsm 34 degrees

35 Barrier Coating 2 (Exp 1612) Attributes Provides an excellent water vapour barrier (MVTR) Provides an excellent water resistance Resistance to oil and grease Excellent water beading High slip angle Heat stable properties at corrugator No blocking Hot melt glueable Repulpable and recyclable FDA compliance, 21CFR, Recommended coating weight, 7gsm (dry) Rod coating recommended Drying, curing temperature recommended between 60° to 70°C Medium viscosity easy to handle coating

36 Barrier Coating 2 (EXP 1612) Product Data Property Non-volatile content pH Brookfield Viscosity at 25°C (LV4 spindle, 60rpm) Color Density at 25°C Shelf life at 25°C Stability Cobb value, 30 minutes* Slip angle* * Tested on 175 gsm Kraft virgin liner Measurement 39 mass% cP Light creamy 0.99 kg/liter 12 months in closed container Stable if stored between 5°C and 35°C 8 gsm 42 degrees

37 Future Water based Developments Hybrids Mixtures of Polymer and wax emulsions Addition of wax results in a step change in moisture barrier properties Wide variety of polymer emulsions Styrene-based PVA EPDM etc Products with good water resistance and Glue-able with cold set water based adhesive Printable with water based inks

38 Global Wax Supply Trends (FT and Petroleum-based) The global tendency of wax producers to exit the market is expected to continue (Base oil driven)

39 North American Paraffin Wax Production

40 Pricing and Price changes Wax prices are subject to supply and demand. Wax prices are not indexed to oil price. Advantages of SWNAs multi-sourcing: Reliability Independence Best quality Pricing discipline Our R&D not confined to paraffin wax

41 Visit our Plant and Office We cordially invite you to: Visit our Plant in Richmond, CA See our safe, clean operations Observe our storage capacity Test our logistics capability Get to know our Customer Service colleagues And meet the great people who make your wax

42 Map To Office and Plant Locations Richmond Plant Use Harbour Way South exit Hayward Office Use Winton Ave exit

43 Sasol Intellectual Property Policy

44 Wax Products in Paper and Packaging HydroWax for sizing Sasolwax for flexible packaging Sasolwax for cardboard and technical paper

45 Thank you for your attention


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