Thai Polyester Producer to Raise Values for Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) from USA

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23 Aug 2012 14:17 Helen Clark

CHEMMONITOR.COM – The Thailand-based polyester chain manufacturer Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited is going to increase values of US polyethylene terephthalate (PET) by about 5 cents per pound. New prices will take effect in early autumn.

The producer had to raise PET prices because of higher values of feedstock.

The Charlotte-headquartered (USA) PET resins company DAK Americas is on schedule to lift US PET costs by roughly 4 cents per pound next month. The reason for the price hike is the same.

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