Detailed analysis and forecasts for China’s metallocene polypropylene and metallocene polyethylene markets
As one of Asia’s largest metallocene polyolefins importers, China is an important demand market for international sellers and offers good opportunities. As a result, understanding China’s demand market size, growth prospects and buying market structure is important for international sellers’ business development – whether they are entering or growing market share in China.
The ICIS China Metallocene Polyolefins Annual Study is written by a team of local ICIS experts and covers:
The ICIS China Metallocene Polyolefins Annual Study gives you the detailed insight needed to make robust plans and to guide investment decisions.
The ICIS annual study is a trusted source of detailed information on market developments within China’s metallocene polyolefins markets. The research includes local insights as well as credible data and analysis from ICIS. It covers all of the following:
With over 30 years in the industry, ICIS is recognised domestically and internationally as a leading source of market information. Our insights on the Chinese market provided by our local-based experts in the region ensure that global market players receive unrivalled and independent insights into the opaque metallocene polyolefins market.
Demand for linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) exports waned during 2013 as US prices were undercut by other regions. An uptake in construction and landscaping is expected to boost domestic demand. Operating rates should remain above 90% for the next few years.
Published at the beginning of each month, the global IPEX provides a capacity-weighted measure of the average change in petrochemical prices over time.
China has driven growth in the chemical industry since 2008, however this was due to an explosion of credit. Now the country is facing the consequences of its $10 trillion surge and China’s new leaders recognise that an economic revolution is needed to solve this problem.
As part of the ICIS series of free market information, we hosted a webinar on 23 April 2014. A recording of the webinar and presentation slides is available for you to download.