Celanese Chemicals raises polyols products prices

08 September 2004 17:41  [Source: ICIS news]

HOUSTON (CNI)--Celanese Chemicals said Wednesday will increase off-list selling prices for polyols products effective 1 October.

 

A spokeswoman for Dallas, Texas-based Celanese told CNI the company does not comment on the reasons for price increases.

 

Celanese said it will increase prices of pentaerythritol by $132/tonne (Euro110) in the US; $130/tonne in South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Turkey and Euro110/tonne in Europe.

 

Di pentaerythritol will go to $220/tonne in the US; $220/tonne in South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Turkey and Euro180/tonne in Europe.

 

Neopentyl glycol was raised $198/tonne in the US; $200/tonne in South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Turkey and Euro160/tonne in Europe.

 

Trimethylolpropane increased $220/tonne in the US; $220/tonne in South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Turkey and Euro180/tonne in Europe.

 

And paraformaldeyde prices rose $50/tonne in South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Turkey.

 

Celanese Chemicals is a worldwide producer of acetyls products and their derivatives, including polyvinyl alcohol and emulsions. It is a business of Germany’s Celanese AG.


By: Mike Sheridan
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