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Material Insights: Ineos buys a soccer team
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Materials supplier Ineos has purchased a Swiss soccer team, China Shenhua commits to a West Virginia investment and the U.S. Chemical Safety Board releases its investigation into the fires at...
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11-20-2017
French private equity firm buys Revere Plastics
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French private equity Ardian has made its first foray into North America's injection molding market, and it is looking for more plastics acquisitions. Ardian has agreed to buy custom molder Revere ...
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11-20-2017
Graham picks up packaging thermoformer EasyPak
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Private equity firm Graham Partners has purchased food packaging manufacturer EasyPak LLC, a thermoformer based in Leomister, Mass., that offers containers made from 100 percent recycled materials....
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11-20-2017
Recycled PET maker Loop goes public on NASDAQ
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Recycled plastics firm Loop Industries Inc. began trading shares on the NASDAQ stock exchange Nov. 20. The Montreal-based firm describes itself as "a leader in sustainably produced PET resin." In...
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11-20-2017
Trademark gets smaller but more focused
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San Diego — Trademark Plastics Inc. of Riverside, Calif., is narrowing its focus with fewer — but more highly trained — employees, more automated systems and higher productivity...
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11-20-2017
North Carolina revoking Chemours' permit to discharge processed wastewater
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The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) announced Nov. 16 that it was moving to “permanently revoke” the permit for Chemours Co. to discharge its wastewater as the ...
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11-20-2017
China offers signs of 'leeway' in imported plastic scrap ban
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Possibly cracking open the door in its ban on plastic scrap imports, the Chinese government may allow some grades of clean material in, if they can be used directly in manufacturing, according to...
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11-20-2017
Milacron expanding in Mexico to keep pace with mold makers
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Mexico City — Mold makers from north of the border keep building plants in Mexico, and Milacron Holdings Corp. is keeping pace by expanding its operations in Querétaro. Milacron makes ...
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11-17-2017
Coperion sees sales from fracking, polyolefin growth
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The Coperion compounding extruder business is gaining sales from polyolefins thanks to shale fracking, and Coperion and K-Tron feeders are growing from installations in engineering plastics,...
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11-17-2017
Toyoda Gosei brings a new focus on training future leaders
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Ann Arbor, Mich. — Toyoda Gosei Co. is preparing on multiple fronts for the changing automotive landscape. The firm has expanded in many areas of its business during the last few years,...
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11-17-2017
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Historical Resin Pricing

Engineering Thermoplastics

PC

20 glass

Annual volumes of 300,000-500,000 pounds.

Current Pricing
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    29-May-17 217 233 225
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    09-Nov-15 203 219 211
    16-Mar-15 253 269 261
  • As of Date Level
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    24-Mar-14 261 277 269
  • As of Date Level
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    03-Jun-13 236 252 244
    04-Feb-13 230 246 238
  • As of Date Level
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    20-Aug-12 225 241 233
    05-Mar-12 233 249 241
  • As of Date Level
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    09-May-11 253 269 261
  • As of Date Level
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    28-Jun-10 228 244 236
    26-Apr-10 220 236 228
    25-Jan-10 212 228 220
  • As of Date Level
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    02-Feb-09 197 213 205
  • As of Date Level
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    08-Dec-08 207 223 215
    01-Sep-08 222 238 230
  • As of Date Level
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    20-Aug-07 207 223 215
  • As of Date Level
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    04-Dec-06 201 217 209
    29-May-06 211 227 219
  • As of Date Level
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    31-Oct-05 221 237 229
    28-Mar-05 212 228 220
  • As of Date Level
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    30-Aug-04 204 220 212
    10-May-04 183 199 191
  • As of Date Level
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    01-Sep-03 179 195 187
    21-Apr-03 185 201 193
  • As of Date Level
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    09-Dec-02 173 189 181
    29-Apr-02 170 186 178
    04-Feb-02 184 200 192
  • As of Date Level
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    24-Sep-01 192 208 200
    14-May-01 197 213 205
  • As of Date Level
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    06-Nov-00 207 223 215
    01-May-00 203 219 211
    10-Jan-00 193 209 201
  • As of Date Level
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    09-Aug-99 185 201 193
    02-Aug-99 185 201 193
    14-Jun-99 188 204 196
    07-Jun-99 188 204 196
    12-Apr-99 191 207 199
    05-Apr-99 191 207 199
    08-Feb-99 194 210 202
    01-Feb-99 194 210 202
  • As of Date Level
    Low High Avg
    07-Dec-98 197 213 205
    02-Nov-98 200 216 208
    05-Oct-98 202 218 210
    07-Sep-98 204 220 212
    03-Aug-98 202 218 210
    06-Jul-98 204 220 212
  • As of Date Level
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    25-Nov-96 206 222 214
    26-Aug-96 219 236 227.5
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All prices are estimated U.S. market prices, in cents per pound, for prime resin, unfilled, natural color, FOB supplier, unless otherwise indicated.

"Change Date" represents issue dates when Plastics News published a change in our weekly price chart, as well as the week when the file was updated most recently. Our published prices indicate when we became aware of and confirmed with North American buyers and suppliers that prices actually changed in the market.