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PET prices post steep declines in China, SEAsia

Players in China and Southeast Asia have reported significant decreases in PET prices over the past week, with players attributing the decline to significant losses in spot prices for PTA and MEG feedstock, as per ChemOrbis. Buying interest is said to be limited as converters are complaining of slower than expected demand ahead of the summer season while adding that they are hesitant to purchase in large amounts owing to the uncertain outlook on the market direction

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June import PP, PE prices announced lower to SE Asia

Initial import PP and PE prices for June have been announced with significant reductions from May in Southeast Asia, as per ChemOrbis.

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Lengthening supplies maintain downward pressure on China?s PE market

Players in China report that lengthening PE supplies are maintaining downward pressure on prices. Producer sources in both the domestic market and the import market are complaining of excess stocks while larger than normal shipments of Central Asia and North American materials have amplified oversupply concerns, as per ChemOrbis

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Polymer demand cools down ahead of holidays in Thailand

Polymer demand in Thailand, which has been stronger than demand in other Southeast Asian countries for most of the last two months, is beginning cool down following several consecutive local price hikes and with the approach of the Thai New Year holidays next month, as per ChemOrbis. Many distributors report that they are feeling cautious about replenishing their stocks for now given their uncertainty as to how demand will be affected by the upcoming holidays while some converters report that they are starting to feel more comfortable with their stocks these days and are accordingly feeling less pressure to source additional cargoes. In the PP market, an increasing number of players are beginning to describe demand as normal while several distributors are already shifting their focus towards late April and the period after the Thai New Year holidays.

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Severe weather conditions continue to affect polymer business in Europe

Cold weather over the past few weeks has affected EuropeÂ’s plastics sector severely, as per ChemOrbis. Tough weather conditions, which worsened during the weekend, caused many upstream and downstream plants to freeze

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Chinese players share their outlook on the year ahead

Players in ChinaÂ’s polymer markets are expressing mixed forecasts for 2012. While there is general agreement that upstream costs will continue to support polymer prices, players hold divergent opinions about the macroeconomic outlook, as per ChemOrbis

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Softer domestic PP, PE prices put pressure on imports to China

Domestic PP and PE prices are tracking a softening trend inside China as the Chinese economy shows signs of cooling down, while overseas demand remains discouraging and confidence in the global economic outlook weakens, as per ChemOrbis. Softer local prices are exerting downward pressure on imports, calling into question earlier predictions of higher import PP and PE prices for December.

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How to Import Used Construction Machinery from Japan?

Today every part of the world is undergoing infrastructural development of some kind or the other. Many developing countries are busy in construction of roads, highways, residential and commercial buildings to provide better infrastructure for the growth of the nation and its people. These have given rise to construction industry.

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Pharmaceutical Machines – Processing Machinery, Packaging Machines

Pharmaceutical Industry is a wide industry where it needs various machineries for processing and packaging with better technology for quality and quantity production of medicines, tablets, syrups, powder, chemicals etc.

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