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Strategically grow revenue, informed with accurate forecasts of price trends and cost drivers.

It can be difficult to understand the myriad of factors impacting the market, their direction and how they will affect your ability to securely sell raw materials at the best price. In order to better understand your customers' markets, we know that sales and marketing professionals need to track near-term market trends and be informed with forecasted price shifts to negotiate/manage contracts with index price formulas. It is important to understand your customers' cost structures to place a floor or ceiling around pricing.

IHS Markit can help you mitigate business risk and capitalize on market opportunities to grow revenues. Leveraging expertise in global chemical value chains, our analysts generate price and market forecasts that enable companies to effectively supply raw materials to their target market and negotiate better supplier contracts. Through insight into economic, industry and regional factors influencing chemical markets, plus visibility into customer demand drivers, end-market uses and production sites, IHS Markit helps you grow revenues and expand margins.

Armed with insight from over 270 renowned industry experts, covering 300 chemical markets, you can rely on IHS Markit to help you confidently navigate the competitive landscape, identify new selling opportunities, negotiate more profitable contracts, and improve your company’s long-term revenue position.

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Nov 17

In the latest IHS Markit Chemical Blog: “Activist Investors” amid an active M&A market: short term gains versus lo…

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Nov 13

Digitalisation and the industrial IoT revolution – why should you care?

Chemical processes have been optimised and improved since the earliest industrialisation in the 18th century. Each time a new plant is built or an existing facility is updated, more efficient digital devices are installed as part of this process of continuous improvement and drive towards ever greater efficiency. So why are maj..more

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