GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its latest research: "The Southeast Asian Polyolefins Industry – Set to Emerge as a Key Market with Growing Demand and Capacity Additions". The study comes from the company's petrochemical research group and provides in-depth analysis of the Southeast Asian polyolefins industry, highlighting major features of the industry. The report gives the historic and forecast demand and production figures and also discusses the polyolefins trade scenario. Additionally, it provides major features of the polyolefins industries in the Southeast Asia. The countries covered in the reports are Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and Philippines. The report has been built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's research team of industry experts.
Southeast Asian polyolefins industry has made its presence felt with growing demand for polyolefins in the region. Major countries in the region such as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore are increasing their production capacities to satisfy strong demand. Countries such as Thailand and Singapore are also striving to increase their exports to China which is the largest consumer and importer of polyolefins in the world. Recently concluded Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) Free Trade Agreement will further enhance the polyolefins trade among the member nations. As the countries in the region are moving forwards to expand their polyolefins capacity in line with the growing demand, the polyolefins industry will receive more growth opportunities.
Thailand polyolefins capacity has received a boost from the plant expansions by several major companies, increasing the capacity from 3.18 Million Metric tons per annum (MMtpa) in 2008 to 5.97 MMtpa in 2011. Polyolefins capacity in Singapore and Indonesia is also likely to increase by 1.75 MMtpa and 1.65 MMtpa respectively by 2016. The increase in capacity is expected to make Singapore and Thailand more competitive in the exports market while countries such as Indonesia can reduce their imports dependency substantially.
Historic and forecast polyolefins (polyethylene and polypropylene) production capacity in the major Southeast Asian countries (Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and Philippines)
Historic and forecast polyolefins demand and production in the major Southeast Asian countries
Polyoelfins trade in the major Southeast Asian countries
Major features of the polyolefin industries in Southeast Asia
Polyolefin capacities of major companies active in Southeast Asia
Plant details of the major polyolefins producers in Southeast Asia
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Understand the polyolefins supply scenario in Southeast Asia
Develop market strategies with the help of specific insights into polyolefins demand in Southeast Asia
Identify opportunities in the Southeast Asian polyoelfins industry with the help of specific insights into future investments in the region
Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights into future opportunities and critical success factors in the Southeast Asian polyoelfins industry
Understand the current and likely future competitive scenario
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