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Updated to Q2 2021
PET supply in Latin America in Q2 is expected to be tight, as convertors ramp up operating rates and begin replenishing inventories. Production disruptions at US feedstocks plants caused by the mid-February polar wave in Texas are likely to impact Latin American supply for most of Q2.
PET demand in Latin America is expected to be strong as convertors ramp up operating rates and begin replenishing inventories depleted by sustained shortage of US feedstocks. However, with the approach of colder weather conditions in South America, demand is likely to ease towards the end of the quarter.
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Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) exists both as an amorphous (transparent) and a semi-crystalline (opaque and white) thermoplastic, and can be made into either a resin or a film.
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