Epichlorohydrin (ECH)

A vital building block in the manufacture of epoxy resins and many organic compounds

Keep track of market fluctuations

The market for Epichlorohydrin (ECH) can be volatile. This is a direct result of the fluctuating demand from the various sectors that depend on it. These include water treatments, the pulp and paper industry and construction. Movements in upstream feedstock markets can also have an impact and affect how negotiations and deals progress. But when you know what to expect, you can respond quickly.

Understanding the nuances of ECH trade across Europe and Asia demands time and effort. Our experts are located at the heart of ECH key markets around the world. They help to build networks of key contacts and monitoring prices and trends closely. By helping you stay informed, we play our part in ensuring that you have the timely information and expert insight required to maximise opportunities quickly.

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