Important issues to be raised at CMT’s PET Outlook 2012 include China’s legislative changes in the R-PET market, strict certifications for R-PET producers and its impact on R-PET developments.
Bangkok,Thailand (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
The PET global outlook is bright – with rise in production capacities and announcement of new plants. But this presents new challenges to PET producers, suppliers and manufacturers who now face increasing feedstock prices and limited availability of R-PET.
Among the important issues to be raised at CMT’s PET Outlook 2012 are China’s legislative changes in the R-PET market, strict certifications for R-PET producers and its impact on R-PET developments. The conference also delves on PET pricing trends, developments in PET barrier including opportunities and challenges in pet packaging.
The 1.5-day event begins with Mr. David Swift’s analysis of the global PET demand and supply situation. In his presentation entitled “PET in Asia”, Mr. Swift, a Sr. Consultant at PCI PET Packaging Resin & Recycling Ltd, also discusses the growth prospects for China, PET recycling and trends in PET pricing. Also sharing his expert views is Mr. Mrigank Dhanuka, Vice Chairman & Executive Director, Dhunseri Petrochem and Tea Ltd., as he gives his take on “ASPET Expansion Plans and Recent Developments on its Barrier Resin”.
Other prominent industry players invited to provide their assessments on the global PET outlook include Dragon Special Resin (Xiamen) Co Ltd., Euromonitor International Ltd., Anellotech Inc, Ecopack Limited and Japan PET Bottle Association plus many more.
PET Outlook 2012 is a platform for PET Resin Producers, feedstock suppliers, preform producers, Polyester manufacturers, technology providers and other experts to meet and exchange ideas on the challenges in PET industry and the way ahead.