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Buy the report "The Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry – Set to Emerge as a Key Market with Growing Demand and Capacity Additions" at US $3995 for a Single User PDF License from RnR Market Research Reports Library.The Southeast Asian polyolefin industry has made its presence felt with growing demand for polyolefin in the region. Major countries in the region such as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore are increasing their production capacities to satisfy strong demand.

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  • RnR Market Research Offers “The Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry – Set to Emergeas a Key Market with Growing Demand and Capacity Additions” Report at US$ 3995Single User License. The report got published in Apr 2013 Contain 123 Pages.Location Location Location: Why it pays to be a Plastics Producer in the Far EastChina’s appetite for polyeolefins just keeps growing, and Thailand and Singapore are set to profithandsomely from their exports, according to new analysis by research and consulting firm GlobalData.The new report states that exports from Southeast Asian countries to China have increased threefold inthe last decade, and anticipate that trade agreements present within Asia will promote further growth inplastics business.Polyolefins are the most consumed polymers in the world, with polyethylene and polypropylene being twoof the most common types, used in packaging, construction and automotive sectors, among others. Alarge portion of polyolefins produced in Southeast Asia is exported to the Chinese market, which is thelargest importer and consumer of polyolefins in the world. China’s demand for polyolefins is expected togrow from 31.45 MMtpa in 2011 to 41.13 MMtpa by 2016 at a CAGR of 5.5%.The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) places neighboring countries in an ideal position totrade among one another, as the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA) allows trade between membercountries with zero import duty. Singapore and Thailand are members of ASEAN, and China has enteredinto a China-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) with a corresponding zero import duty regime,allowing these countries to conduct more economical trade.Get Report Details @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/the-southeast-asian-polyolefins-industry-set-to-emerge-as-a-key-market-with-growing-demand-and-capacity-additions-market-report.htmlThailand is the biggest exporter of polyolefins to China, and also boasts the largest consumption andproduction of polyethylene and polypropylene in the Southeast Asian polyolefin industry. Large naturalgas reserves in the Gulf of Thailand provide abundant feedstock, and the location of polyolefin plants inRayong in the eastern seaboard provides close proximity to sea routes for transportation.Closely following Thailand’s industry prowess, Singapore is gradually making its presence felt as apetrochemicals exporter. Singapore does not have a huge demand for polyolefins, but has become amajor polyolefins exporter to other Asian countries, attracting exporting companies due to the nation’sideal location and robust infrastructure for petrochemical exports. The country also acts as a global trans-shipment hub for Middle Eastern imports into Asia, making use of AFTA’s zero import duties.Other Asian countries import their polymers too, giving Thailand and Singapore extra business. Indonesiais the second largest consumer of polyolefin resins in Southeast Asia, but depends on imports due toinsufficient growth of domestic production capacity. Vietnam also lacks the production infrastructure tosatisfy domestic demand for polyolefins, which has been growing continuously by more than 15% perannum over the last decade.Request a Sample Copy @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/request-sample?rname=89882Polyethylene demand in Southeast Asia is expected to increase from 4.89 MMtpa in 2011 to 6.17 MMtpa
  • by 2016, while production is expected to increase from 6.28 MMtpa to 9.29 MMtpa during the sameperiod. Demand for polypropylene in the region is expected to increase from 3.63 MMtpa in 2011 to 4.67MMtpa in 2016, and production is expected to improve substantially from 3.72 MMtpa to 6.18 MMtpaduring this time period as a result of several new plants coming on-stream.*The Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry - Set to Emerge as a Key Market with Growing Demand andCapacity AdditionsThis report provides in-depth analysis of the Southeast Asian polyolefins industry, highlighting majorfeatures of the industry. It gives the historic and forecast demand and production figures and alsodiscusses the polyolefins trade scenario. Additionally, it provides major features of the polyolefinsindustries in the Southeast Asia. The countries covered in the reports are Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia,Singapore, Vietnam and Philippines.This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary andsecondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.Buy a Report Copy @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=89882Reasons to buyThe report will enhance your decision-making capability by allowing you to -- Understand the polyolefin supply scenario in Southeast Asia- Develop market strategies with the help of specific insights into polyolefin demand in Southeast Asia- Identify opportunities in the Southeast Asian polyolefin industry with the help of specific insights intofuture investments in the region- Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights into future opportunities and criticalsuccess factors in the Southeast Asian polyolefin industry- Understand the current and likely future competitive scenarioTable of Content1 Table of Contents 41.1 List of Tables 61.2 List of Figures 72 Introduction 82.1 Overview 82.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 93 The Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry 103.1 The Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry – Overview 103.2 Polypropylene and Polyethylene are the Most Consumed Polymers in the World 103.2.1 Polyethylene is the Most Consumed Polymer Resin in the World Due to Wide Variety of Applications103.2.2 Polypropylene is the Second Most Consumed Polymer Resin, with the Largest Demand from thePackaging Sector 113.3 Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry – Market Dynamics 113.3.1 Southeast Asia Polyethylene Industry – Demand Growing at a Fast Pace 113.3.2 Southeast Asia Polypropylene Industry – Plant Expansions Driving Production 143.4 Strong Demand in China Presents Growth Opportunities to Major Polyolefin Producers in SoutheastAsia 164 Thailand Polyolefin Industry 184.1 Thailand Polyethylene Industry – Market Dynamics 18
  • 4.1.1 Thailand Polyethylene Industry – Installed Capacity 184.1.2 Thailand Polyethylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 204.1.3 Thailand Polyethylene Industry – Trade Balance 224.2 Thailand Polypropylene Industry – Market Dynamics 254.2.1 Thailand Polypropylene Industry – Installed Capacity 254.2.2 Thailand Polypropylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 274.2.3 Thailand Polypropylene Industry – Trade Balance 294.3 Fast Growing Chinese and Other Southeast Asian Economies Provide Outlet for Polyolefin Exports324.4 ASEAN Free Trade Agreement and China-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement to Increase Thailand’sExport Share 334.5 Investment in Map ta Phut Industrial Estate has become Difficult Due to Recent Protests and TougherEnvironmental Laws 344.6 Political Instability Resulting in Declining Investor Sentiments 345 Indonesia Polyolefin Industry 355.1 Indonesia Polyethylene Industry – Market Dynamics 355.1.1 Indonesia Polyethylene Industry – Installed Capacity 355.1.2 Indonesia Polyethylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 375.1.3 Indonesia Polyethylene Industry – Trade Balance 395.2 Indonesia Polypropylene Industry – Market Dynamics 425.2.1 Indonesia Polypropylene Industry – Installed Capacity 425.2.2 Indonesia Polypropylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 445.2.3 Indonesia Polypropylene Industry – Trade Balance 465.3 Large Population to Drive Polyolefin Demand 495.4 Insufficient Capacity Restricting the Growth of the Polyolefin Industry 495.5 Underutilization of Plastic Packaging Capacity is Facilitating Imports of Finished Plastic Goods inIndonesia 496 Malaysia Polyolefin Industry 506.1 Malaysia Polyethylene Industry – Market Dynamics 506.1.1 Malaysia Polyethylene Industry – Installed Capacity 506.1.2 Malaysia Polyethylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 526.1.3 Malaysia Polyethylene Industry – Trade Balance 546.2 Malaysia Polypropylene Industry – Market Dynamics 576.2.1 Malaysia Polypropylene Industry – Installed Capacity 576.2.2 Malaysia Polypropylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 596.2.3 Malaysia Polypropylene Industry – Trade Balance 616.3 Strong Plastic Industry Led by the Packaging Sector to Drive Polyolefin Demand in Malaysia 646.4 Huge Oil and Gas Reserves Provide Abundant Feedstock for Olefin and Polyolefin Production 646.5 Foreign Participation will Facilitate the Expansion of the Malaysian Petrochemicals Industry 657 Singapore Polyolefin Industry 667.1 Singapore Polyethylene Industry – Market Dynamics 667.1.1 Singapore Polyethylene Industry – Installed Capacity 667.1.2 Singapore Polyethylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 687.1.3 Singapore Polyethylene Industry – Trade Balance 707.2 Singapore Polypropylene Industry – Market Dynamics 727.2.1 Singapore Polypropylene Industry – Installed Capacity 727.2.2 Singapore Polypropylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 747.2.3 Singapore Polypropylene Industry – Trade Balance 767.3 Increasing Plastic Consumption in Asia-Pacific Resulting in Higher Polyolefin Exports from Singapore787.4 Singapore has the Best Maritime Facilities for Exporting Polyolefin 787.5 AFTA will Further Strengthen Singapore’s Position as a Gateway to Southeast Asia 78
  • 8 Vietnam Polyolefin Industry 798.1 Vietnam Polyethylene Industry – Market Dynamics 798.1.1 Vietnam Polyethylene Industry – Installed Capacity 798.1.2 Vietnam Polyethylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 798.1.3 Vietnam Polyethylene Industry – Trade Balance 818.2 Vietnam Polypropylene Industry – Market Dynamics 848.2.1 Vietnam Polypropylene Industry – Installed Capacity 848.2.2 Vietnam Polypropylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 858.2.3 Vietnam Polypropylene Industry – Trade Balance 878.3 Vietnam Needs to Increase Polyolefin Production to Capitalize on Growing Plastics Industry 908.4 Duty Free Imports will Discourage Investment in the Domestic Polyolefin Industry 909 The Philippines Polyolefin Industry 919.1 The Philippines Polyethylene Industry – Market Dynamics 919.1.1 The Philippines Polyethylene Industry – Installed Capacity 919.1.2 The Philippines Polyethylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 939.1.3 The Philippines Polyethylene Industry – Trade Balance 959.2 The Philippines Polypropylene Industry – Market Dynamics 989.2.1 The Philippines Polypropylene Industry – Installed Capacity 989.2.2 The Philippines Polypropylene Industry – Demand and Production Outlook 1009.2.3 The Philippines Polypropylene Industry – Trade Balance 1029.3 Ban on Plastic Bags in the Philippines Can Severely Hurt the Polyolefin Industry 1059.4 Planned Olefin Complex will Address Ethylene and Propylene Supply Shortage 10510 Major Companies Active in the Southeast Asian Polyolefin Industry 10610.1 The Siam Cement Group 10610.1.1 Business Overview 10610.1.2 Siam Cement Group – Polyolefin Capacity by Commodity 10710.1.3 Siam Cement Group – Polyolefin Plant Details 10910.1.4 Siam Cement Group – Polyolefin Capacity by Country 11010.2 PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited 11110.2.1 Business Overview 11110.2.2 PTT Global Chemical – Polyolefin Capacity by Country 11210.2.3 PTT Global Chemical Global – Chemical Polyolefin Capacity 11410.2.4 PTT Global Chemical – Polyolefin Capacity by Country 11410.3 Honam Petrochemicals Corporation 11510.3.1 Business Overview 11510.3.2 Honam Petrochemical Corporation – Polyolefin Capacity by Commodity 11610.3.3 Honam Petrochemical Corporation – Polyolefin Plants Details 11810.3.4 Honam Petrochemical Corporation – Polyolefin Capacity by Country 11911 Appendix 12011.1 Abbreviations 12011.2 Bibliography 12011.3 Definitions 12111.3.1 Installed Capacity 12111.3.2 Process 12111.3.3 Technology 121For more details contact Mr. Priyank Tiwari: sales@rnrmarketresearch.com / +18883915441Website: http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com