PODCAST: Asia R-PET to outperform R-PP, R-PE in H2 2024

Damini Dabholkar


SINGAPORE (ICIS)–Recycled polymers markets in Asia face different market dynamics, driven by various factors such as additional capacities, inflationary pressures and support from downstream demand.

  • Asia R-PET trade to gain support from new extrusion capacities within Asia, long-haul markets
  • Asia R-PE could continue to perform poorly in H2 amid cheaper virgin PE prices, inflationary pressures impacting finished good demand
  • Asia R-PP could garner support from automotive sector uptake; trade expected to be moderate until end of 2024

In this podcast, Asia recycling senior editor Arianne Perez discusses what lies ahead in the recycled polymers markets, in terms of trends and opportunities.


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