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Updated to Q2 2021
Nylon supply is expected to remain tight through Q2 as several producers remain on force majeure. Because of depleted supplies, raw material outages and strong demand, it will take time for producers to rebuild inventory. Potential buyers are currently facing long lead times of over two months for 6,6. Nylon 6 is more readily available.
Domestic demand has been strong for construction and automotive applications. The coronavirus pandemic caused a surge in demand for new home construction and home remodeling. As the population becomes vaccinated, that demand is expected to shift more toward entertainment and travel. In addition, numerous auto producers have begun to cut back production because of shortages of materials and that will also impact nylon demand.
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