20 October 2009 21:44 [Source: ICIS news]
BERLIN (ICIS news)--Glycerine makers will see a good year in 2010 as pricing improves, Vantage Specialty Chemicals chairman of the board Bob Drennan said on Tuesday.
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“Normal demand is expected to return in Q4 2009 with the situation getting better by Q1 2010 as there will be less biodiesel on the market,” he said.
Vincent Bogaart, marketing manager for oleochemicals at Croda, commented that demand from developing nations would play a key part in the recovery of the glycerine market.
“There has been a spectacular increase in Chinese demand for glycerine over the past five years which is set to continue. In addition,
The rise in demand from both
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