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Pemex Polyethylene Production Down in Mexico Following Pipeline Explosion (09/22/2022)
Dow Chemical Joins the Push for Fall Polyethylene Price Increases (09/19/2022)
LyondellBasell Notifies Customers of Likely Service Slowdown as Railworker Strike Looms (09/13/2022)
Logistics Constraints Lead Dow to Lower Global Polyethylene Operating Rates (08/24/2022)
Key Resin Port in the West Cost Maintains Record Activity in July (08/19/2022)
July PGP Settles... (07/29/2022)
Houston Container Traffic at Record High in June (07/26/2022)
TotalEnergies Lifts Force Majeure on Polypropylene from Texas Facility (07/12/2022)
Heartland Polymers Fills its First Polypropylene Railcar from New Canada Facility (07/05/2022)
June PGP Settles... (06/28/2022)
AmSty Seeks Another Polystyrene Increase for July Amid Recent Supply Drop, Higher Feedstock Costs (06/27/2022)
A Second Polyethylene Producer Reduces Its June Increase, Proposes a July Increase (06/17/2022)
Polyethylene was once again the more dominant resin to change hands in the market and across our trading platform. Our PE prices also stayed flat as the lower end of the offgrade market firmed for another week while the top end of the prime market continued to trim down bringing a tighter range in pricing throughout the marketplace. Most spot trading was split between HDPE and LDPE grades, which have seen somewhat tighter availability, while LLDP... [More]
Polypropylene trading was outright slow as a tsunami of resin continued to flood the market while buyers mostly hung out on the sidelines and essentially teased suppliers with ever-dropping bids. Weak demand from a slowing economy highlighted the large overhang of inventory and continued to apply downward pressure on spot and contract prices. Prime HoPP and CoPP dropped another penny as we closed out September, bringing the month’s rout to $.11/l... [More]
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