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Polyester Chain Prices: PX, PTA, MEG and Fiber Prices (Weekly Report)

2018-07-11 18:22:40| EmergingTextiles.com

The recent rally of crude oil prices and the fall of the renminbi are further supporting paraxylene, PTA and MEG prices whatever the seasonal slowdown in polyester production. Structural trends are very strong, including a shift from recycled to virgin fibers after a ban has been imposed by China on PET waste imports. Our weekly report covers the polyester chain in Asia, including PX (paraxylene), PTA (purified terephthalic acid), MEG (mono-ethylene glycol), polyester chips, and polyester staple and filament prices. Asian Contract Prices (ACPs) are also available for the PX, PTA and MEG markets in Asia, with 5-year charts and downloadable historical data.

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EyeC integrates distance measurement into print inspection

2018-07-11 17:36:00| Label and Narrow Web Breaking News

Companies can guarantee correct positioning of all print elements and adequate distances for clean diecutting.

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New leadership at Idealliance

2018-07-11 17:29:00| Label and Narrow Web Breaking News

Vice President Timothy Baechle will cucceed David Steinhardt as new Chief Executive Officer on October 1, 2018.

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