The ICIS Polypropylene (PP) Report is covered weekly in Africa, Asia, China, CIS, Europe, Latin America, MiddleEast-South Asia, Southeast Asia, Turkey and the US

  • Unprecedented global coverage with eight weekly reports
  • Numerous price quotes across the spectrum, but all regions refer to homopolymer (injection and raffia) and block copolymer (general purpose grades). Other quotes include injection grades, fibre and BOPP film
  • The text of the report covers movements in upstream markets, mainly crude oil, Naphtha and Propylene
  • Regional price movements, plant shutdowns, supply and demand balance, exchange rate movements and imports are included in the text of the reports

Active Documents

Polypropylene Methodology – 1 April 2019

Methodology

This is the ICIS pricing methodology for polypropylene. ICIS quotes polypropylene prices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, the US, Middle East/West Asia, Latin America, Africa and Turkey. ICIS continuously develops, reviews and revises its methodologies in consultation with industry participants. Previous versions of this methodology can be found under Archived Documents. For a copy of an archived methodology document, please email Consultation@icis.com […]

Polypropylene Methodology Consultation 2019

Consultation

ICIS is implementing a process of rolling consultation on all of its pricing methodologies. This consultation paper is part of this formal process and covers all of the ICIS primary price points included in the polypropylene weekly publications. The consultation asks both general questions about the suitability of the ICIS pricing methodology and questions addressing […]

Price Optimisation Analytics Methodology – 18 April 2019

Methodology

Price Optimisation Analytics is an application that plots port-to-port trade routes on an interactive map and calculates inter-regional net price differences using ICIS FOB/CFR prices and ocean freight rates from the ICIS Chemical Tanker Shipping report and a third party source. It is designed to support identifying import and export opportunities by comparing ICIS price […]