Discover why polyethylene (PE) is one of the largest derivatives of ethylene on the market. The polyethylene polymer is a commodity plastic and is the largest derivative of ethylene, accounting for around 60% of total ethylene demand.
Polyethylene is a family of three different polymers – high density polyethylene (HDPE), linear-low density polyethylene and low density polyethylene (LDPE).
Benefit from industry-leading data with our polyethylene market report
PCI Wood Mackenzie provides invaluable insight into the polyethylene polymer and it’s impact on global markets. With 30 years experience in chemicals and polymer market research, your business will thrive with our commercially focused short-term and long-term strategic data.
Our Global Polyethylene Long-Term outlook consists of four downloadable excel files: (1) Polyethylene capacities and projects; (2) Trade Visualisation Tool; (3) Supply-Demand Dashboard and Model; (4) Price, Cost and Margins. All of these are designed with ease-of-use in mind and include interactive graphics for data visualisation, tabular data sets and assumptions.
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Coming soon – build your commercial understanding and strategic plans with integrated “Chain” reports bringing together our Ethylene and Polyethylene analysis.