The database covers 19 countries with South Africa housing the largest number of polyethylene film extruding sites in the continent. It accounts for nearly 20% of the sites listed and possesses a more technically advanced manufacturing sector as well as stronger logistical services. Egypt has the second highest concentration of PE film extruding sites whilst Kenya and Morocco also have well developed film extruding industries with 21 and 20 of the sites listed respectively. In West Africa, the region is dominated by Nigeria.
The database provides the following information for each site:
- Full address with telephone numbers, email and website
- Managerial contacts
- Parent company
- Polymers processed
- Polymer consumption (whenever possible)
- Markets served/products manufactured
The information is available as an Access database which allows you to sort and select records by country, polymer or market.
Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Nigeria,Ivory Coast, Ghana, Cameroon, Senegal, Angola, Mozambique, Zambia, D.R. Congo, Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda
The platinum database includes additional information for each site, it gives:
- Ultimate holding company
- Up to three extra managerial contact names (sales, purchasing, technical)
- An indication of total polymer throughput
- Extra machinery information
- Some comments on the companies’ specialisations showing the main polymers processed and the main products manufactured.
Additional functionalities for data analysis
The platinum database is supplied in an Excel spreadsheet with extensive search and filtering capabilities, you can search on any field of information: on each polymer, product, market, region, etc., making the analysis on polymer usage, products, markets or regions very easy. You can tailor the searches to your own needs and integrate the data in your own system.
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