Date of publication: February 2018
Polyethylene film markets were essentially national or regional in nature until shortly after the turn of the century, around 2005. There were, of course, exceptions such as the import into Europe and elsewhere of bags from Asia, and the supply of pallet stretch films from one region to another. The rapid projected growth in production of polyethylene films in some regions of the world, including North East Asia, will give rise to increased levels of global trade in certain types of films and bags during the next five years and beyond.
AMI, with its unrivalled knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of polyethylene application developments around the world, has produced a new market study on global production and trade flows for polyethylene films in order to assist companies in making key investment and marketing decisions.
This new edition enables companies to formulate coherent plans for their future progress within the polyethylene film industry and prepare meaningful market strategies to fully exploit business opportunities.