Material Suppliers Subgroup Meeting

6th April 2011, NetComposites Offices, Chesterfield

This meeting will address why the cost of raw materials has risen so dramatically and what the future holds.

Since Q4 2010 there has been a continual rise in the cost of Petrochemicals which accelerated dramatically in January and February. This was followed by political upheaval in North Africa, a major source of oil.

As there is uncertainty about what the future holds for the resin industry, organisers have asked Andrew Neale of the Chemical Market Association Inc, who is considered to be the foremost authority on Petrochemicals, to give a presentation to explain why costs have risen and how they see the future. He will cover Aromatics and the downstream products Styrene & Phenol plus Orthoxylene and Glycols.

This meeting should be of interest to both sellers and buyers of resins.


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