Event date: 5-9 May 2015
Event Venue: Fiera Milano Fairgrounds, Milan
Visit our stand, D65, in exhibition hall 11.
On the stand we will have ICIS consultants, editors and account managers who will be happy to chat to you. We will be showcasing over 180 chemical pricing reports such as Polyethylene, Polypropylene, PET, SBR, NBR as well as ICIS News, ICIS Supply & Demand and our forecasting reports
The ICIS PE Europe price forecast report provides a wealth of useful data on current, historical and forecast prices for both Polyethylene and Ethylene, to help support your strategic decision making, planning and forecasting.
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The European ICIS Polypropylene (PP) report features price movements, plant shutdowns, indications of supply and demand balance, exchange rate movements and imports in Europe. The report is widely used as a benchmark in the European market. It includes spot and domestic pricing for Europe, delivered prices in the domestic Russian market, cost and freight prices in Turkey, the world’s second largest importer of PP (after China).
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ICIS provides independent and unbiased pricing information, news and market analysis for the European PET market. We offer price assessments, market coverage and historical data to keep you informed of factors and developments affecting prices in the market.
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The ICIS European Polyvinyl chloride report is widely read and brings the most up-to-date news on pricing movements, consumer demand and changes to supply such as production updates. It also offers a vital source of information on market trends, latest shipping fixtures, enquiries and spot deals.
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ICIS provides pricing information, news and analysis for all major petrochemical and chemical markets, including Styrene butadiene rubber. ICIS SBR price assessments are based on information gathered from a wide cross section of the market, comprising consumers, producers, traders and distributors.
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Linda Naylor is a Senior Editor at ICIS, focusing on European polyethylene and polypropylene.
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Benjamin Devoise is the Account Manager for the petrochemical markets, focusing on pricing, news, forecasting, and data analysis.
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Published at the beginning of each month, the Global IPEX provides a capacity-weighted measure of the average change in petrochemical prices over time.
The ICIS Polystyrene Europe price forecast report, provides you with a 12 month view explaining the demand, supply and price trends in Europe’s domestic and imported/ exported market, giving you with price insights into the European polystyrene market.
Overall, the Asian chemicals markets experienced sweeping changes in 2014 – oversupply, feedstock diversification, changing trade flows, volatility in crude prices and new leadership in key Asian markets.
What will happen next? Download this free whitepaper for a market review of 2014 and short-term outlook for 2015, broken down by commodity.
ICIS is pleased to announce that we have further enhanced our polyolefins intelligence by introducing the ICIS Southeast Asia PE price report.
This unique coverage provides domestic and import PE prices for key southeast Asian countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.
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The primary outlet for propylene is polypropylene (PP), which accounts for nearly two-thirds of global consumption. Other important derivatives include acrylonitrile (ACN), acrylic acid, oxo-alcohols, propylene oxide (PO), and cumene. Propylene is also used to make high-octane gasoline blendstocks and can also be blended into propane.
Published each month, the monthly ICIS Middle East Polymers Index provides a measure of the average change in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) polymer prices over time. The index dates back to January 2000.
In this month’s ICIS Special Report, Chris Barker talks to Helena Strathearn about the recent opportunities for European exporters in the Turkish polyvinyl chloride (PVC) market.