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Imports of Belarusian polypropylene Increased.

Imports of Belarusian polypropylene Increased.
Belarus's polypropylene imports increased by 6% in the period January to October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.

Belarus's polypropylene imports increased by 6% in the period January to October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.
According to NIPNA, quoting Reuters, the MRC institute of Data Scorp announced: "Total imports of polypropylene (PP) in Belarus in the first 10 months of 2020 increased by 6% compared to last year, so polypropylene homopolymer counted as the largest increase in demand".
Imports of Belarusian polypropylene in October this year were partly unchanged from the previous month (September) at 11,600 tons.
Belarusian domestic companies continued to buy large volumes of propylene polymers from Europe and Russia.
The total import of propylene polymers in the period from January to October this year reached 95,500 tons, while this figure was 90,000 tons in the same period last year.
According to this report, only demand for homopolymer polypropylene increased, and demands for propylene copolymers declined.
The supply structure based on polypropylene grades was as follows:
Imports of homopolymer polypropylene decreased to 7,700 tons in October this year, compared to 8,300 tons in September.
Purchases of polypropylene homopolymer injection molds from Middle Eastern manufacturers have been declining.
The total import of polypropylene homopolymer in the first 10 months of this year reached 69 thousand tons, which shows an increase of 14% compared to the same period last year.
Imports of Belarusian propylene copolymers reached 3,900 tons in October, while this figure was 3,300 tons in the previous month (September).
Belarusian domestic companies have significantly increased their purchases of propylene injection mold copolymer blocks from manufacturers in the Middle East.
The total import of propylene copolymers from January to October of this year reached 26 thousand and 500 tons, which shows a decrease of 11% compared to the same period last year.
MRC Institute is in partnership with the ICICI Institution, which specializes in publishing polymer news and price reports from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

Dec 31, 2020 14:01
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