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Locally-held PE prices edge down in Vietnam

by ChemOrbis Editorial Team - content@chemorbis.com
  • 22/01/2015 (17:46)
According to data from ChemOrbis Price Index, locally-held PE prices in Vietnam are down by VND1,500,000-1,600,000/ton ($70-75/ton) for LLDPE film, by VND500,000/ton ($23/ton) for HDPE film and by VND500,000-1,800,000/ton ($23-84/ton) for LDPE film week over week.

Locally-held PE prices are currently reported at VND29,000,000-30,300,000/ton ($1255-1311/ton without VAT) for LDPE film, at VND28,800,000-29,000,000/ton ($1246-1255/ton without VAT) for LLDPE film and at VND29,000,000/ton ($1255/ton without VAT) for HDPE film, all on an FD Vietnam, cash equivalent basis.

A trader stated, “We are planning to purchase some LDPE film, but we want to wait for a while longer before deciding. Demand is doing okay in the local market nowadays, however we are not feeling optimistic regarding the near term outlook. Due to the Chinese New Year holidays, trading activities will be very limited in February.”

A second trader commented, “Our sales to the local market are normal and we hope that trading activity will improve in the near term. We are still cautiously approaching the market in case crude oil prices post further decreases.”

A converter in the packaging sector added that demand for his end products are regular nowadays while adding that they are making purchases on a needs only basis. He said, “We believe that we will see a softer trend in February, which will be a short month due to the upcoming holidays.”
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