The organisers China Chemical & Fiber Economic Information Network (CCFEI) and Tecnon OrbiChem have invited relevant government institutions, industry associations, major feedstock suppliers and polyester producers, as well as traders and financial experts, upstream and downstream, home and abroad, to share their ideas and valuable information about the polyester chain.
Discussions will be held on topics such as dramatic shifts between price rises and fall, changes that will take place with profit distribution through the polyester chain as more and more players are building refinery capacities for captive use, with idled PTA capacities coming back, protecting margin from over-supply, preparing for MEG futures and more.
The highlights of the three-day forum also include analysis on economic environment in 2017, main reason behind drastic MEG price changes, review and perspective of polyester industry performance in 2017, futures of differentiated polyester products and how to utilize futures to hedge spots risks.
Polyester Committee of China Chemical Fibers Association and China National Chemical Fiber Corp are supporting the event. (KD)
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