Polymers Petrochemicals Carbon Fibres 21-05-2019
- China – Polyethylene Terephthalate
- PET and its chain :the fall does not stop
- Crude oil is steady.
- Polyamide 6 and its chain are a trend like that polyester.
PET Bottle grade export 910/970 $/ton – PET Bottle grade domestic market 7,200/7,350 yuan/ton – PET Filament grade SD domestic market 6,900/7,000 yuan/ton – PET Filament grade BR domestic market 7,000/7,100 yuan/ton
- PTA Taiwan 810/820 $/ton – PTA domestic market 5,900/6,000 yuan/ton – MEG 520/530 $/ton – MEG domestic market 4,200/4,300 yuan/ton – PX Korea 825/835 $/ton
- Polyester POY 150D/48F domestic market 7,350/8,450 yuan/ton – Polyester DTY 150D/48F domestic market 9,450/9,550 yuan/ton – Polyester Staple PSF domestic market 8,000/8,100 yuan/ton
-China: a strategic market for RadiciGroup Group know-how and materials chiefly targeted at automotive, E/E, water and heating systems, and transport. Radici Plastics Suzhou Co. Ltd. present at Chinaplas 2019
Radici Plastics Suzhou Co. Ltd. is exhibiting at Chinaplas 2019 (Stand 11.2 – D01), the world’s leading plastics and rubber trade fair, this year marking its 33rd edition.
At Chinaplas, RadiciGroup is focusing on four strategic markets for its High Performance Polymers Business Area: automotive, electrical/electronics, water and heating systems, and transport.
Crude Oil Prices Trend Polymers Petrochemicals Carbon Fibres
The United States has quickly become one of the top crude producers in the world thanks to the shale boom fueled by the shale oil and gas powerhouse that is West Texas’ Permian Basin.
In fact, the U.S. is on track to overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s leading exporter of oil, natural gas liquids and petroleum products by the end of the year in a development very, very few could have predicted.
At the same time that the U.S. has risen to the top of the global oil production game to become the fastest-growing oil producer in the world, China has also broken its own records to become the fastest-growing oil consumer in the world.
DuPont Transportation & Advanced Polymers is showcasing three sustainable propositions including bio-based materials, e-F.A.S.T. (friction abating sliding thermoplastics) materials and PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) solutions at Chinaplas 2019
DuPont Transportation & Advanced Polymers (T&AP), a business unit of DowDuPont Specialty Products Division, is showcasing three sustainable propositions including bio-based materials, e-F.A.S.T. (friction abating sliding thermoplastics) materials and PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled) solutions at Chinaplas 2019.
“We are very proud of our sustainable offerings that have been widely used in all kinds of products that are embedded into people’s daily lives.
According to a recent study, increasing demand for low-cost, lightweight and durable furniture is driving end-users to adopt plastic instead of traditional, wooden or metal.
Ongoing developments in engineered plastics and growing focus on recyclable plastics will remain instrumental in shaping the future of the plastic furniture market.
The study estimates that developing countries in South Asia will account for approximately 32 per cent revenue share of the market in 2019. Increasing growth of the construction industry and increasing disposable income is mainly attributed to the surge in demand for plastic furniture in the region.
Manufacturers are introducing unique designs at affordable prices to tap the sales potential in developing nations in the region. Polymers Petrochemicals Carbon Fibres
Hyundai Chemical Co., Ltd has chosen Univation Technologies’ UNIPOLTM PE Technology for a 300 000 tpy high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plant to be located at Hyundai’s site in Daesan, Republic of Korea.
Hyundai will utilise a broad range of Univation’s HDPE product technology portfolio including the ACCLAIMTM K-100 Catalyst Series for advanced HDPE products such as film, large part blow moulding (LPBM) and geomembrane applications.
Additionally, Hyundai has taken advantage of the flexible design of their UNIPOL PE Reactor line by investing in future production capabilities for both linear-low density polyethylene (LLDPE) and metallocene polyethylene (mPE) products.
With a record number of exhibitors and the highest degree of internationality on the visitor side, the Techtextil and Texprocess trade fairs closed at the end of last week.
According to the organizer, Messe Frankfurt, a total of 1,818 exhibitors from 59 nations presented their new developments at the two fairs.
Compared to the event in 2017, this was an increase of 1.6%. At around 47,000, the number of trade visitors was slightly lower than the record result of two years ago (47,500).Polymers Petrochemicals Carbon Fibres
Having already claimed an Innovation Award at this year’s JEC World show in Paris in March, the BIO4self project to develop a self-reinforced PLA composite material has claimed at second at last week’s Techtextil technical textiles show in Frankfurt.
BIO4self is a European H2020 project, coordinated by Centexbel in Belgium with partners Comfil in Denmark, Chemosvit Fibrochem in Slovakia, the Technical University of Denmark and the Faunhofer ICT in Germany.
With the tenth edition of Planet Textiles only a matter of weeks away, we take a look at the exhibitors who will form this year’s Innovation Zone, a platform to showcase the latest breakthroughs from across the apparel and textile sectors.
In addition to the return of the Pitch for the Planet platform which proved so popular last year in Vancouver, the Innovation Zone will enable visitors to hold in-depth discussions with exhibitors to gain a better understanding of the latest industry developments that could directly improve their organisation’s environmental credentials.Polymers Petrochemicals Carbon Fibres
Consumer goods company Unilever is to use a ‘detectable’ black pigment in plastic packaging for its TRESemmé and Lynx cosmetic product brands, to enable the material to be sorted for recycling in MRFs.
Unilever says it will phase in the use of the new polymer on its black High Density Polyethelyne (HDPE) bottles for packaging in the two brands this year – equating to a total of around 2,500 tonnes of the material.
Sonoco Alcore will debut Sonoco’s new, patented EcoSPAN engineered textile cores to global manufacturers at ITMA 2019 exhibition, in hall 7, stand D113. The leading textile and garment technology exhibition will be held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. Sonoco Alcore is a world-class technological leader of the paper tube and core industry.
Sonoco’s EcoSPAN technology creates a tailored friction surface to drive optimal performance in the demanding realm of Spandex yarn production. Unlike current Spandex yarn cores that use a film-based material on the outer surface, which creates friction-driven transfer problems and minimises the ability for customisation, EcoSPAN cores use a patented, customisable, aqueous coating, eliminating the need for additional film materials on the outer surface.
The future of the textiles industry is more and more determined by Industry 4.0, which has many dimensions and possible fields of application. In three of them (smart services, operations and factory), key solutions are provided by the machinery industry. The other ones from smart textile products, marketing and sales, employees up to strategy and organisation are specific know-how issues for textiles mills.
At the ITMA 2019 in Barcelona, next month, visitors will have the chance to see how Industry 4.0 solutions are impacting the textiles process chain. Six weeks prior to the show, Nicolai Strauch, press officer of the VDMA Textile Machinery Association, Germany, spoke to experts of VDMA member companies about their products and services with regard to digitisation and Industry 4.0.
Water filters manufactured by Russia-based Geyser Company are being sold in Vietnam (Photo: VNA)
Vietnam-Russia economic and trade relations have been growing continuously over the past years, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Vietnam and Russia established a strategic partnership in 2001 and upgraded it to the level of comprehensive strategic partnership in 2012.
Bilateral trade enjoyed a strong surge as the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (FTA) took effect in October 2016.
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