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The Global market for PE films products

The Global market for PE films products

Date of publication: January 2014

Overview: The polyethylene film market continues to face major questions: the demand for product is continuing to advance in all regions of the world, although the more established markets are seeing a degree of maturity in which downgauging of films is reducing growth in tonnage terms. An important influence on the market will be the increased competitive dynamic in the global marketplace, with capacity expanding rapidly in some geographic areas in a way that will influence the development of the market and producer companies' abilities to evolve lasting market positions.

Although the current market for polyethylene films is essentially regional in nature, the dynamics of the market in future will result in an industry that is much more global in scope. Frequently the development of production in new regions is accompanied by significant cost advantages including raw material availability and price, low energy cost and low transport costs.

Product scope:

Agricultural films, lamination films, hygiene films, FFS films (excluding heavy duty sacks), construction films, freezer bags, geomembranes, healthcare films, heavy duty scaks, retail bags, shrink films, stretch films, stretch hoods, technical films and other films.

Geographic scope:

The study covers the global market. The regional breakdown is as follows:

  • Western Europe
  • Central Europe
  • CIS and Russia
  • NAFTA
  • Middle East
  • Indian Sub Continent
  • North East Asia
  • South East Asia
  • South America
  • Africa

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