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|APAC||Europe||Middle East||North America||South America|
|China National Salt Ind. (CNSIC)||Akzo Nobel||Mubadala (IPIC)||Chevron Phillips Chemical Co||Braskem|
|Formosa Group||BP||SABIC||Dow-DuPont (Material Science Business)|
|Mitsubishi Chemical||ENI SpA||Saudi Aramco||Exxon Mobil Chemical|
|Petronas||INEOS||LyondellBasell Industries NV|
|Reliance Industries||Royal Dutch/Shell||Mexichem|
|Shanghai Tian Yuan||Asahi Glass Co., Ltd||Occidental - OxyChem|
|Siam Cement (SCG Chemicals)||Westlake Chemical|
The Global Competitiveness Report (GCR) showcases the leading 15 companies for 40 important chemical products based on our unique metrics and analysis. This allows you to understand the impact of a company’s strategy based on its capacity ranking, market position, and manufacturing position.
40 chemical products featured within the Global Competitiveness Report:
|1. Ethylene||21. Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether - MTBE|
|2. Propylene: Polymer / Chemical Grade||22. Monoethylene Glycol|
|3. Methanol||23. Polyester Bottle Resin|
|4. Caustic Soda (Dry Basis)||24. Low Density Polyethylene|
|5. Chlorine||25. Acetic Acid|
|6. Mixed Xylenes||26. Cumene|
|7. Polypropylene||27. Polystyrene|
|8. Terephthalic Acid||28. Butadiene|
|9. Ethylene Dichloride||29. Phenol|
|10. Benzene||30. ABS Resins|
|11. Polyvinyl Chloride||31. Propylene Oxide|
|12. Vinyl Chloride Monomer||32. Ethoxylates|
|13. Paraxylene||33. Cyclohexane|
|14. Anhydrous HCL||34. Acetone|
|15. High Density Polyethylene||35. Vinyl Acetate|
|16. Toluene||36. Acrylonitrile|
|17. Ethylbenzene||37. Bisphenol A|
|18. Linear Low Density Polyethylene||38. Emulsion SBR|
|19. Styrene||39. Epoxy Resins|
|20. Ethylene Oxide||40. Propylene Glycol|
CCA features fundamental benchmarking capability to enable comparison of your competitive position and company performance relative to industry leaders in the petrochemical value chain.
The KPI Dashboard Tool compares companies based on industry recognized key performance indicators (KPI’s) using our unique methodology:
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