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Competition within materials promotes the synthetic latex polymer market between China and Japan

competition within materials promotes the synthetic latex polymer market between China and Japan

June 4, 2004

7 Multi language random switching: Simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, English note the recent market growth forecast, it is not difficult to see that global synthetic latex polymer (SLP) suppliers have increased their activities in the Asia Pacific region to achieve their goal of being made in China and then exported to Japan

as multinational enterprises such as BASF and Dow Chemical began to compete for market share with regional suppliers, local manufacturers and each other, an increasingly competitive market has begun to take shape in these two countries. And as this diverse supplier base produces more products for the same end use - especially paper, paints and coatings, and adhesives - competition between different types of synthetic latex polymers is promoting the growth of the entire market

kline & Company chemical should check whether the lifting ring is hanging on the key blade and Laverne Ellerbe, industry manager of the material execution department, said: "although the synthetic latex polymer market in China and Japan is in a completely different growth stage, they are both facing a high degree of intermaterial." Competition at present, the company has made important breakthroughs in plastic modification technologies such as nano modification technology, solid-phase tackifying technology, interface modification technology, dynamic vulcanization technology, inorganic ultra-fine powder toughening technology, environmental friendly flame retardant technology, activity control technology, high dispersion and high efficiency screw element combination technology. The transformation of coal-fired furnace of plastic granulator system has become an important issue to be solved urgently. Although there are fundamental differences between the two markets, similar factors, including product quality, price/performance tradeoffs, and capacity utilization rates, promote competition for key end uses. "

Ellerbe also pointed out that the transfer of end use demand is an important driving factor in the competition of synthetic latex polymers. In Japan, styrene butadiene has recently made a net gain in general adhesives as producers reacted to the growth of the declining market for traditional paper coating. Moreover, with the shrinking of nonwovens and textile markets in Japan, styrene acrylic emulsions have gained growth in the paint and coating of vinyl acetate based emulsions

According to the market survey published by Kline recently, under the strong economic growth environment in China, the strong demand of all end-use industries has led to the overall growth of synthetic latex polymers - an increase of nearly 300000 tons from 1999 to 2002. However, in some applications, the expansion of market share of some materials is due to the crowding out of the market of other materials

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