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Price reports on engineering thermoplastics/recyclate
POLYMER PRICES
Engineering recyclate November 2020: Prices of reinforced types rise due to bottleneck with short glass fibres / Automotive demand much livelier / Across-the-board increases for secondary material unlikely before January
18.11.2020
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Engineering recyclate October 2020: Prices stay put in October / First signs of a possible move to lift prices for some polycarbonate and polyamide materials / Demand mostly modest
20.10.2020
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Engineering recyclate September 2020: Supply and demand equally low / Low-priced new material continues to exert pressure / Minor impetus from reduction in value-added tax
18.09.2020
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Engineering recyclate August 2020: Slump in demand in the holiday month kills off plans to hike prices / Order books slowly filling again / Recyclers hope for topping-up effects in September
19.08.2020
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Engineering recyclate July 2020: Further price cuts with polyamide 6 and polyamide 6.6 GF / Notations otherwise stable / Demand continues weak / Regrinders to aim for small price hikes in August
21.07.2020
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Engineering recyclate June 2020: Prices recover after last month's crash / Occasional reductions for automotive grades / Regrinders look to reduce high purchasing costs
18.06.2020
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Engineering recyclate May 2020: Reductions of as much as EUR 300/t / Large-scale cancelling of orders / Most recycling line production cut back or shut down
19.05.2020
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Engineering recyclate April 2020: Most recycled material suppliers take prices over into April / Processing comes to a standstill and restricts plastics scrap availability / Price cuts probable
20.04.2020
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Engineering recyclate March 2020: Reductions only for recycled polyamide 6.6 GF and polycarbonate / Supply plentiful / Wide-ranging price cuts expected in April / Fall in virgin material prices and coronavirus-related slump in demand
19.03.2020
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Engineering Recyclate February 2020: Recycled ABS, PA and PC see a few price cuts / Weak demand slows business considerably / Coronavirus delays mould supplies from China
19.02.2020
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Engineering Recyclate January 2020: Poor demand leads to rollovers everywhere / Prices may have bottomed out in many cases / PA 6.6 recyclate unlikely to escape reductions
21.01.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Engineering Recyclate December 2019: Prices down for nearly all regrind types / Significantly weaker demand at year-end / Nevertheless surprisingly strong order-book situation for January and February
19.12.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Engineering Recyclate November 2019: Notations unchanged with an uninspiring month / Demand picks up only slightly / Pressure from primary sector continues
20.11.2019
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Engineering Recyclate October 2019: Prices roll over / Demand very weak for the time of year / Many recyclate producers have their backs to the wall / Gap between primary and secondary PA is too small
18.10.2019
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Engineering Recyclate September 2019: First price cuts in mid-month / Order activity expected to remain slow in October / Price cuts likely to spread
19.09.2019
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Engineering Recyclate August 2019: Only a few minor price reductions / Rollover predicted across the board in September
20.08.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Engineering Recyclate July 2019: Notations give way across the board / Only recycled polyamide 6.6 and certain rPOM and rPC grades escaping downtrend / Decline set to affect all materials in August
19.07.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Engineering Recyclate June 2019: Minor corrections with ABS and polycarbonate / Sluggish demand in automotive segment / Overall demand for regrind material nevertheless good / Price cuts likely with PA and PP compounds
20.06.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Engineering Recyclate May 2019: Secondary market quiet / Recycled PP compounds an exception / Demand improves slowly / Little change likely in June
20.05.2019
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Engineering Recyclate April 2019: Notations largely stabilise / Only occasional softening with rPA 6 and rPC / Little change expected in May
18.04.2019
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Notes on these reports
Prices listed are reference values for leading types and include orders ranging from 1 t to full loads sold in western Europe. However, there are certain qualities and types whose price lies well beyond (either above or below) the notations.
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