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A deep understanding of the Latin American PE market requires country-by-country data and analysis. End-use and consumption patterns change throughout the region. The favorability of importing materials varies by country. The competitive landscape and the constellation of players change between sub-regions and countries.
For market participants in the Latin America region, this report will provide crucial details on the location and type of demand that could be satisfied from growing imports. This report will highlight areas of growth and market shifts that may represent new opportunities. Moreover, this report will provide market detail, such as a breakdown by co-monomer type and end-use markets.
This report will provide a deep-dive examination of the polyethylene market in the key Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru), offering a unique level of detail, such as:
For this study, IHS Chemical will work with its strategic partner MaxiQuim, which will provide the expertise and market intelligence on the Brazilian market. The study will be conducted by a team with Spanish and Portuguese language skills and extensive experience with Latin America’s chemical and plastics markets. The data will be collected through interviews conducted in person, electronically, and via phone.
The narrative report will be delivered in PDF format, with Excel spreadsheets containing all of the supply/demand data and graphics for the study as well as a listing of the top polyethylene consumers in each major country in Latin America. The consumer listings will include business sector, main product lines, country, city, contact information and yearly consumption ranges by product family. IHS and MaxiQuim experts will be available to answer questions about the report content. Moreover, an optional face-to-face workshop session with a team expert will be available to report subscribers for a cost recovery fee. In this session, participants will not only have the opportunity to profit additionally from the team’s market knowledge and insight gained during the research phase, but also will discuss the potential implications for their business.
2) Latin America regional overview
3) Regional polyethylene market summary
4) Country-by-country polyethylene market analysis
Provided for Argentina, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru
5) Appendix (Excel format)
Polyethylene: "Latin America Polyethylene Market: Supply Shortfalls, the Growing Opportunity"
The Latin America polyethylene market is growing rapidly - demand will exceed 8.6 million metric tons by 2020. With only one major capacity addition in sight, imports will significantly increase for the region. This report will provide break-downs of demand by product family (including into co-monomer type where applicable), main country/sub-region, process group, and end-use market. The study will describe the competitive landscape of the Latin America Market and its main players and list the top polyethylene consumers by country, including demand data and contact information.
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