The 6th Global Chlor-vinyl conference will showcase leading PVC producers and traders including Vinnolit GmbH, Bayegan Group, Petrokemya, CHemplast Sanmar, Tangshan Sanyou International Industry Co., plus China General Plastics Corporation.
Istanbul, Turkey (PRWEB) May 05, 2011
With the world economies improving and consumption levels steadily catching up, outlook for Chlor Vinyl markets looks promising. The year 2011 is expected to see significant changes in global PVC demand, production levels and supply chain models. Amidst these developments, CMT is hosting the 6th Global Chlor-vinyl Markets conference in Istanbul, Turkey on 09-10 June 2011 to discuss opportunities and challenges that lay ahead for the global Chlor-Vinyl industry across Asia-Pacific, Middle East/Africa, Russia/Central Asia and Latin America. This year’s event has the support of Bayegan Group who joins as a Platinum Sponsor.
Kicking off the session is Mr. Michael Smith of CMAI, with an overview of the “Global Vinyl Markets Outlook”. He will share on the changing oil prices & its impact on the PVC market, as well as new capacities and competition from USA/Asia. The next speaker is Bertrand Jausseme of Arkema, who is presenting a paper on the “European Chlor-Alkali Value Chain” and share his views on how to boost profitability.
The 6th Global Chlor-vinyl conference will also showcase other leading PVC producers and traders including Vinnolit GmbH, Bayegan Group, Petrokemya, CHemplast Sanmar, Tangshan Sanyou International Industry Co., plus China General Plastics Corporation to zoom in on country and region-specific papers on India, China, Africa, Latin America and Russia/Central Asia. Mr. Otto Hu from CGPC will also be discussing the impact of the recent earthquake in Japan on PVC /VCM markets.
Aiming to examine how end-users manage their raw materials purchase as PVC prices head north in tandem with higher feedstock cost and supply shortage of VCM, Miroplast & Pakpen Plastik Boru ve api san Tic will reveal their PVC materials sourcing strategies & touch on expectations from suppliers. Also contributing are Molecor and Miroplast with presentations on the latest PVC Pipe trends and PVC profile markets in Ukraine respectively.
The conference also offers an insightful session by Damco on efficient supply chain management and freight rate projections to aid PVC players across the value chain to manage costs effectively. Another highlight is the latest plasticizer development for PVC, in particular the clear trend to replace phthalate plasticizers with alternatives bearing minimum impact on performance.
The 6th Global Chlor Vinyl Markets is envisaged to attract a gathering of middle to top level managers and decision makers from the Chlor Vinyl industry including producers, traders, EPC and logistics companies, plasticizers , stabilizers, additives producers, pipes, profiles, film & sheets, windows, flooring converters/ manufacturers, researchers and innovators. More information on the conference and registration details is available at http://www.cmtevents.com. For sponsorship and media partnership enquiries, please contact Ms Huiyan Fu at 65 63469113