Polyethylene prices are up for the seventh consecutive month, which Senior Reporter Frank Esposito calls “completely uncharted territory,” but he also explains why polystyrene is moving the opposite direction; PVC prices rise; and the American Chemistry Council expects demand for plastics and rubber products to stay strong in 2021, even as resin production declines.
Material Insights: Price increase puts PE resins into ‘completely uncharted territory’
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