31 January 2011 23:25 [Source: ICIS news]
Petroquim increased homopolymer prices in early January to a minimum of $1,670/tonne (€1,236/tonne) and raised them again in the second half of January to $1,720/tonne to keep up with the rising cost of feedstock propylene.
For February, the price for high-volume PP customers goes up to $1,790/tonne for homopolymers. Export prices were already at $1,770 during January and at $1,790/tonne effective 1 February.
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