Polypropylene (PP) 2010 World Market Outlook and Forecast Been Recently Added by MarketPublishers.com09 Mar 2010 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Due to worldwide meltdown, the global consumption of polypropylene (PP) shall recover from the 2008 declines.
In 2010-2013, the global demand is estimated to increase by an average 3.7%/y. Global PP capacity is set to increase from 52 M tones/y in 2008 to 69.1 M tones/y in 2013. Forecasted global demand growth for PP will average 2.3 M tones over 2010-2014. In the next 3 years Asia/Pacific, especially China, will add production capacity in excess of demand.
Injection moulding applications are the largest outlet for polypropylene, the second largest outlet for PP is the fibres sector. Applications cover packaging, parts for electronic and electrical appliances, toys, luggage and a variety of household goods
Within Chemicals & Petrochemicals Reports Package 2010, an updated market report “Polypropylene (PP): 2010 World Market Outlook And Forecast” has been recently issued by Market Publishers, Ltd. The report features important aspects of Polypropylene market, provides its thorough analysis, focusing on the regional, country and world markets:
- General information (properties, applications, manufacturing processes);
- World market characteristics (capacities, production, consumption, prices, trade by region, future projects);
- Overviews of regional markets by country (European, Asian, American, Middle East, African, Oceanian markets).
The research is accomplished by a list of major Polypropylene suppliers, profiles of leading producers.
Polypropylene market perspectives till 2015 are given on global and regional basis (capacities, consumption, production, prices). Feedstock market for Polypropylene is briefly overviewed in the report.
Updated: Jan, 2010
The market research on Polypropylene (PP) has been worked out by Merchant Research & Consulting, Ltd, an internationally recognized market research agency, specializing in chemical industry. ‘Polypropylene: 2010 World Market Outlook And Forecast’.