Asia R-PET Pricing Intelligence

Gain clarity on price and market movements.

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Plastic bottles

The global recycling industry remains opaque and fragmented. This is especially true for Asia where the landscape is made up of lots of small suppliers offering smaller capacities.

With R-PET demand for food and beverage packaging projected to increase tenfold in southeast Asia and India by 2030, how can brands ensure they have the pricing and market coverage needed to optimise sourcing strategies?

Building on the benchmark status for European R-PET, the ICIS Asia RPET Pricing is an independent and unbiased source for the latest R-PET prices, enabling companies to be in a strengthened negotiating position when buying or selling recycled PET in Asia.

Key benefits:

Check Identify opportunities to source material beyond borders

Check Anticipate price fluctuations and keep up to date with supply and demand in the R-PET value chain to inform stock management

Check Present the market situation to stakeholders through an independent and reliable source

CheckPre-empt price fluctuations caused by changes in regulations and other brands’ pledges

Recyclers

  • A strengthened negotiating position by gaining clarity on the current and anticipated short-term price movements
  • Understand how spot prices have moved and what has driven them
  • Identify opportunities to source material globally

Converters

  • Gain visibility on short-term price movements to inform purchase decisions on optimum mix of stock
  • Anticipate price fluctuations and keep up to date with supply and demand in the recycled plastics value chain
  • Justify price movements through an independent source

Brands

  • A strengthened negotiating position by gaining clarity on the current and anticipated short-term price movements
  • Anticipate price movements to inform stock management
  • Anticipate price fluctuations caused by changes in regulation and other brands’ pledges

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