With our accessible proprietary data and analysis, you can quickly assess changes in demand, capacity and pricing worldwide. You'll receive the following services:
RPET Bi-Annual Market Overview
When you need to brief your sales teams on key events, market changes and trends driving the RPET industry on a regional or global level, and update your senior management on sustainability strategies, the RPET Bi-Annual Market Overview will provide the insight and independent guidance you need.
This succinct overview includes the latest collection activity, developments in reclamation capacity, regulatory updates, supply/demand balances, pricing trends and an overview of the drivers of end use markets.
RPET Global Supply Demand Analytics Service
The database offers a comprehensive set of data on RPET worldwide. The analysis includes:
- Current and ten year projections for PET bottle collection by country and region
- Reclaimers’ capacities
- End users by key applications
- Trade flows
- Regional mass balances and projections
- Twenty year data set for bales and flake prices
RPET Global Monthly Market Overview
This report provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of key market developments and their impact on the RPET industry. Data covers:
- RPET Prices and margin developments
- New technology
- New product developments
- Capacity changes
- Raw materials
- End use markets
Subscribers also receive email market updates, and our specialist consultants are available if you require access to greater insight.
RPET Study – 2017 West Europe
This comprehensive study provides an account of PET bottle collection volumes in 2016 and projections to 2021, by country. A full analysis of the reclamation capacity in the region is included along with the supply demand balance for bottles and the end uses for processed flake.
A market overview for the region provides a summary and analysis of pricing trends throughout the year is also included.
RPET China Waste Import Ban Study
The influence of the Chinese PET recycling industry on the rest of the world is significant. This study analyses the developments in China that led to the Chinese government’s announcement that waste imports, including PET, are to be banned from the end of 2017.
The impact of the ban, which has serious repercussions, not only for the Chinese fibre industry but also for those trading with China, is reviewed in this report along with our assessment of prospective outcomes.