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Updated to Q3 2021
US Q3 2021 melamine supply could improve incrementally if shipping delays, especially from Asia, continue to shrink gradually. One domestic customer expects its first shipment of 2021 to arrive late in Q3 after unsuccessful efforts to obtain containers and space on vessels during H1 2020. More near-term, supply is likely to remain tight, and domestic ports may remain congested through year’s end when imported toys and blow-moulded products from Asia will increase in volume.
US demand for melamine in Q3 2021 is expected to increase if buying interest typically seen from automobile makers and construction ticks up seasonally. Generally, larger melamine buyers may continue to get enough material to meet current customer demand, though at rising costs if supply remains constricted. Buyers, however, will continue to focus on meeting current customers’ demand, unable to seek new customers while supply remains at a premium.
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