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Growth Potential: Ceresana Forecasts Chances for Polypropylene

Polypropylene (PP) can be found everywhere: in packaging materials and household items, in clothing as much as in vehicles and countless other products.

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Productive: Ceresana analyzes the European market for fertilizers

Agricultural fertilizing becomes more and more targeted and sparing. Demand for fertilizers rises nonetheless in environmentally friendly Europe, albeit not as dynamically as in the past. "We forecast consumption to increase by, on average, 1.5% per year", says Oliver Kutsch, CEO of Ceresana. The market research institute has scrutinized the European market from top to bottom.

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Bags Triumphant: Ceresana publishes study on the European market for flexible packaging

Bags increasingly replace metal tins and rigid containers. The market research institute Ceresana analyzed the European market for flexible packaging made from plastics, paper, and aluminum.

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New Impulses: Ceresana Publishes Market Study on Polyethylene-LLDPE

Linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) is the most versatile type of polyethylene. Large amounts of this plastic are used in the production of films in particular. Global revenues generated with LLDPE amounted to US$ 40.0 billion in 2013. A new study of the market research institute Ceresana expects global market value of LLDPE to increase by about 3.9% p.a. until 2021.

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Ethylene Market in Transition: Ceresana Analyzes World Market for the Most Important Basic Chemical

Ethylene is the by far most important raw material in the petrochemical industry. About 130 million tonnes of ethylene were processed worldwide in 2013. Direct applications include, among others, the three polyethylene plastics HDPE, LLDPE, and LDPE as well as petrochemical intermediates, which are in turn mainly used for the production of plastics. The most important of these are ethylene oxide, ethylene dichloride and ethylbenzene. The new "Market Study Ethylene" by Ceresana offers a

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Films and No End: Ceresana Expects the Global Market for LDPE to Grow

Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) is one of the most commonly produced plastics and mainly used for packaging. According to a new study published by the market research institute Ceresana, low-density polyethylene worth almost US$33 billion was sold worldwide in 2013. Ceresana expects global sales to rise by 1.5% p.a. until 2021.

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Ceresana-s Third Study on the Global Growth Market PVC

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is one of the key products of the chemical industry and, in addition to polypropylene and polyethylene, one of the most widely produced plastics. Worldwide, about 39.3 million tonnes of PVC were consumed in 2013.

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Styrene: Crucial Building Block for Many Products

Ceresana Presents the First Complete Analysis of the Market for Styrene

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Data, Facts, Background: Ceresana Publishes the First Complete Market Report Regarding Polystyrene

Data, Facts, Background: Ceresana Publishes the First Complete Market Report Regarding Polystyrene

Polystyrene is a widely used, well-established plastic that can be encountered in many situations in everyday life. In this recently published study, the market research institute Ceresana analyzes and examines the development of the global market for polystyrene. That this market is worth a detailed analysis becomes obvious simply by the fact that revenues generated with polystyrene are likely to rise to approx. US$26 billion in 2020.

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Manifold Developments on the Market for Butadiene: Ceresana Publishes the Worldwide Most Comprehensive Report

Manifold Developments on the Market for Butadiene: Ceresana Publishes the Worldwide Most Comprehensive Report

Butadiene has been indispensable for a range of important industrial and consumer products for decades. Even though maybe invisible to the eye of the consumer, this preliminary product of the petrochemical industry can be found in computers, carpets, and various rubbers. Its use in tires causes butadiene to be a basic product for the growing transportation industry. In 2012, however, indications multiplied that demand for butadiene declines due to slow economic development in downstream industri

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