- ETP growth predicted. // Chemical Week;3/12/1997, Vol. 159 Issue 10, p29
Predicts an increase in demand for engineering thermoplastics in Europe by the year 2001.
- Automotive applications drive ETPs in western Europe. Pfeifer, Sylvia // Chemical Week;4/2/1997, Vol. 159 Issue 13, p39
Provides information on the estimated sales growth of engineering thermoplastic (ETP) resins in western Europe by the year 2001 according to a report by Phillip Townsend Associates. End-use categories included in the resins; Key contributor for ETP's growth; Main reason for ETP's growth in...
- Automotive end uses drive demand. Walsh, Kerri // Chemical Week;6/25/1997, Vol. 159 Issue 25, p36
Forecasts the thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) demand in North America, according to The Freedonia Group. How the Motor vehicles are the leading end use for TPEs; Other end uses; Biggest application for polyolefin TPEs; Largest-volume TPEs.
- U.S. need for TPEs to increase 6.7%. // Plastics News;05/08/2000, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p36
Forecasts the increase in demand for thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) in the United States in 2003. Sluggish pricing for TPE despite strong volume gains; Reliance of future gains in demand on the development of products, applications and markets; Rapid annual gains in the smaller medical products...
- Nylons stay up. // Chemical Week;7/30/97, Vol. 159 Issue 29, p28
States that thermoplastic nylons and thermoplastic polyesters had the highest demand of all resins through the first five months of 1997. Increase in the five-month sales and captive use of polyesters; Percentage increase in nylon production through May; Increase in polyester output.
- World Thermoplastics Market Appears Set for Lasting Growth. Richards, Don // Chemical Market Reporter;11/08/99, Vol. 256 Issue 19, p7
Predicts the global market growth for thermoplastics in 2010. Factors that drive the changes in the industry to meet competitive challenges in the industry; Major companies that support the growth of the industry; Companies that supply the growth of polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
- Analysts predict price slump from PE glut. Esposito, Frank // Plastics News;4/10/2000, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p4
Forecasts trends in the polyethylene (PE) industry for the year 2000. Predicted decline in prices; Demand and supply; Global PE capacity among top five producers.
- TPE forecast to grow for next five years. // Plastics News;11/8/99, Vol. 11 Issue 38, p37
Focuses on forecasts dealing with the thermoplastic elastomers market in the United States.
- TP price increases put on hold. Sherman, Lilli Manolis // Plastics Technology;Oct96, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p73
Provides a forecast for 1996 fourth-quarter prices for thermoplastics in the United States. Forecasting for PE and PP prices; Why efforts to raise PE and PP prices failed in 1996; Analysis of the 1995-96 thermoplastics industry in the United States.