Venue: Istanbul, Turkey
Date: 3 - 6 December
ICIS will be exhibiting at Plast Eurasia 2015. If you’re going to be at the event, why not come by our stand to collect your free Turkish Polymers pricing reports?
You’ll find us at Stand 800, Hall 8 in the Tuyap Fair Convention and Congress Center. Alternatively, you can schedule a meeting during Plast Eurasia with our team.Meet with ICIS at Plast Eurasia
The ICIS Turkish Polypropylene (PP) price report gives producers, traders and analysts unrivalled depth of insight into the Turkish market.
Use ICIS Turkish PP price report to assess the impact of upstream and downstream market variations, gain a clearer understanding of market dynamics and keep track of production news.Download your free sample report now »
The ICIS Turkey Polyethylene (PE) price report is an essential information source for Turkey-based and international PE market players interested in the growing opportunities in the region.
The comprehensive weekly report provides information on import prices for commonly traded PE grades, as well as a market overview, which summarises both upstream and downstream activity.Download your free sample report now »
* Reports are available for European, Asian and US market.
We produce reliable price assessments and analysis for over 180 commodities, including price histories and forecasts, which you can use as a benchmark in contract price settlements, as well as better understand why prices have moved and where the market is headed in the short-term.Pick up a free sample report during Plast Eurasia
ICIS Dashboard, our one-stop online platform for chemical market intelligence, now includes an Excel plugin that allows you to download up to 250 price series in one go, and integrate the data into your existing models. In addition, price forecast data for selected commodities will now be available as a new window.Demo the ICIS Dashboard during Plast Eurasia
An online database giving end-to-end perspective across the global petrochemical and refinery supply chain, enabling you to grasp the local or regional scenario against the global context. Data includes import and export volumes, consumption, plant capacities, production and product trade flows – from 2005 up to 2025 – by product, country and region.Read more about ICIS supply and demand
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Matt Tudball is Senior Editor, Turkey & Africa Polymers for ICIS, and launched the Turkish PP & PE reports in February 2014. Since April 2015, Matt has reported on the diverse African PE and PP markets, and previously covered both plastics and solvents markets in Europe.
Akmal is a Senior Account Manager at ICIS covering petrochemicals, oil and fertilizers. He covers Turkey, Central Asia, Balkans, Caucasus and Eastern Europe. He speaks fluent Turkish and Russian. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Linkedin
Muhamad Fadhil, is a Regional Manager for Middle East and North Africa at ICIS. He is based in Dubai and reports on the Middle East and south Asia PE and PP markets. He can be reached at email@example.com
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