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Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Industry Outlook in the US to 2016 - Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants

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Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Industry Outlook in the US to 2016 - Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants

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Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Industry Outlook in the US to 2016 - Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants

Summary

GlobalData's report, Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Industry Outlook in the US to 2016 - Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants provides an in-depth coverage of the US PET industry. The research presents major market trends affecting the PET industry in the US. The report covers the US PET plants and presents installed capacity by process and technology. In addition, it presents PET demand and production forecasts, end use demand forecasts, price trends, trade balance data and company shares of the major PET producers in the US. Overall, the report presents a comprehensive coverage of the US PET industry including all the major parameters.

Scope

- PET industry supply scenario in the US from 2000 to 2016 consisting of plants capacity growth, installed plant capacity by production process and technology

- Information of all active and planned PET plants in the US with capacity forecasts to 2016

- Detailed information on all operating and planned projects covering details such as process, technology, operator and equity details

- PET industry market dynamics in the US from 2000 to 2016 consisting of market size, demand and production outlook, demand by end use sector, and average prices

- Trade balance data from 2000 to 2016 including import and export data, net exports and imports as percentage of demand in the country

- Company snapshots including company overview, business description and information on the current and upcoming PET plants

- Company shares of key PET producers in the country

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on the PET industry in the US

- Benefit from GlobalData's advanced insight on the PET industry in the US

- Identify the macro and micro-economic trends affecting the PET industry in the US

- Understand the market positioning of PET producers in the US

- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies

- Benchmark your operations and strategies against the major companies in the US

1 Table of Contents1 Table of Contents 21.1 List of Tables 51.2 List of Figures 62 The US Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Industry, Supply Scenario, 2000-2016 72.1 The US Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Industry, Total Plant Capacity, 2000-2016 72.2 The US PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Production Process, 2011 132.3 The US PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Technology, 2011 142.4 The US PET Industry, Company Share, 2011 173 The US, PET Industry, Planned Projects Details, 2012-2016 184 The US PET Industry, Market Dynamics, 2000-2016 194.1 The US PET Industry, Market Size, 2000-2016 194.2 The US PET Industry, Demand and Production Outlook, 2000-2016 214.3 The US PET Industry, Demand by End Use Sector, 2011 234.4 The US PET Industry, Price Forecasts, 2000-2016 245 The US PET Industry, Trade Balance, 2000-2016 265.1 The US PET Industry, Imports and Exports, 2000-2016 265.2 The US PET Industry, Net Exports, 2000-2016 285.3 The US PET Industry, Imports as Percentage of Demand, 2000-2016 306 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., Company Snapshot 326.1 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., Company Overview 326.2 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., Key Information 326.3 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., Business Description 326.3.1 Business Overview 326.4 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Market, 2011 346.4.1 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World, 2011 346.4.2 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Plant Capacity Share in the US, 2011 356.4.3 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Capacity in the US, 2000-2016 366.4.4 Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Plant Details in the US, 2011 366.5 SWOT Analysis 376.5.1 Overview 376.5.2 ALFA, S.A.B. de C.V. Strengths 376.5.3 ALFA, S.A.B. de C.V. Weaknesses 386.5.4 ALFA, S.A.B. de C.V. Opportunities 396.5.5 ALFA, S.A.B. de C.V. Threats 407 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Company Snapshot 417.1 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Company Overview 417.2 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Key Information 417.3 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Business Description 417.3.1 Business Overview 417.4 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Market, 2011 437.4.1 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World, 2011 437.4.2 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Plant Capacity Share in the US, 2011 447.4.3 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Capacity in the US, 2000-2016 457.4.4 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Plant Details in the US, 2011 457.5 SWOT Analysis 467.5.1 Overview 467.5.2 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited Strengths 467.5.3 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited Weaknesses 477.5.4 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited Opportunities 487.5.5 Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited Threats 498 Formosa Plastics Group, Company Snapshot 508.1 Formosa Plastics Group, Company Overview 508.2 Formosa Plastics Group, Key Information 508.3 Formosa Plastics Group, Business Description 508.3.1 Business Overview 508.4 Formosa Plastics Group, PET Market, 2011 528.4.1 Formosa Plastics Group, PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World, 2011 528.4.2 Formosa Plastics Group, PET Plant Capacity Share in the US, 2011 538.4.3 Formosa Plastics Group, PET Capacity in the US, 2000-2016 548.4.4 Formosa Plastics Group, PET Plant Details in the US, 2011 548.5 SWOT Analysis 558.5.1 Overview 558.5.2 Formosa Plastics Group Strengths 558.5.3 Formosa Plastics Group Weaknesses 568.5.4 Formosa Plastics Group Opportunities 578.5.5 Formosa Plastics Group Threats 589 M&G Poliester SA, Company Snapshot 599.1 M&G Poliester SA, Company Overview 599.2 M&G Poliester SA, Key Information 599.3 M&G Poliester SA, Business Description 599.3.1 Business Overview 599.4 M&G Poliester SA, PET Market, 2011 619.4.1 M&G Poliester SA, PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World, 2011 619.4.2 M&G Poliester SA, PET Plant Capacity Share in the US, 2011 629.4.3 M&G Poliester SA, PET Capacity in the US, 2000-2016 639.4.4 M&G Poliester SA, PET Plant Details in the US, 2011 6310 Appendix 6410.1 Definitions 6410.1.1 Installed Plant Capacity 6410.1.2 Process 6410.1.3 Technology 6410.2 Abbreviations 6410.3 GlobalData's Methodology 6410.3.1 Coverage 6410.3.2 Secondary Research 6510.3.3 Primary Research 6510.3.4 Expert Panel Validation 6610.4 Contact Us 6610.5 Disclaimer 66

List of Tables

Table 1: The US, Total PET Plant Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 8Table 2: The US, PET Plants Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 8Table 3: The US, PET Plants Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 (Contd.) 9Table 4: The US, Active PET Plants by State, %, 2011 10Table 5: The US, Active PET Plants Details, MMTPA, 2011 11Table 6: The US, Active PET Plants by Production Process and Technology, 2011 11Table 7: The US, Top PET Plants Capacity, %, 2011 12Table 8: The US, Top PET Plants Details, 2011 13Table 9: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Technology, %, 2011 14Table 10: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Uhde Inventa - Fischer PET Technology, 2011 15Table 11: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Eastman PET Technology, 2011 15Table 12: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Buhler PET Technology, 2011 15Table 13: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by DAK Americas LLC PET Technology, 2011 15Table 14: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Invista/ Bepex PET Technology, 2011 16Table 15: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by M&G Poliester SA PET Technology, 2011 16Table 16: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Company, %, 2011 17Table 17: The US, PET Industry, Planned Projects, 2012-2016 18Table 18: The US, PET Industry, Demand Value, $m, 2000-2016 20Table 19: The US, PET Industry, Demand and Production, MMTPA, 2000-2016 22Table 20: The US, PET Industry, Demand by End Use Sector, %, 2011 23Table 21: The US, PET Industry, Price Forecasts, 2000-2016 25Table 22: The US, PET Industry, Imports and Exports, MMTPA, 2000-2016 27Table 23: The US, PET Industry, Net Exports, MMTPA, 2000-2016 29Table 24: The US, PET Industry, Imports as Percentage of Demand, %, 2000-2016 31Table 25: Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., Key Facts 32Table 26: Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V.,PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 34Table 27: The US, Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 35Table 28: The US, Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Plant Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 36Table 29: The US, Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V. PET Plant Details, 2011 36Table 30: ALFA, S.A.B. de C.V., SWOT Analysis 37Table 31: Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Key Facts 41Table 32: Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited,PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 43Table 33: The US, Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 44Table 34: The US, Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Plant Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 45Table 35: The US, Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Plant Details, 2011 45Table 36: Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, SWOT Analysis 46Table 37: Formosa Plastics Group, Key Facts 50Table 38: Formosa Plastics Group,PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 52Table 39: The US, Formosa Plastics Group, PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 53Table 40: The US, Formosa Plastics Group, PET Plant Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 54Table 41: The US, Formosa Plastics Group, PET Plant Details, 2011 54Table 42: Formosa Plastics Group, SWOT Analysis 55Table 43: M&G Poliester SA, Key Facts 59Table 44: M&G Poliester SA,PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 61Table 45: The US, M&G Poliester SA, PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 62Table 46: The US, M&G Poliester SA, PET Plant Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 63Table 47: The US, M&G Poliester SA, PET Plant Details, 2011 63

List of Figures

Figure 1: The US, Total PET Plant Capacity, MMTPA, 2000-2016 7Figure 2: The US, Active PET Plants by State, %, 2011 10Figure 3: The US, Top PET Plants by State, %, 2011 12Figure 4: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Technology, %, 2011 14Figure 5: The US, PET Industry, Installed Plant Capacity by Company, %, 2011 17Figure 6: The US, PET Industry, Demand Value, $m, 2000-2016 19Figure 7: The US, PET Industry, Demand and Production, MMTPA, 2000-2016 21Figure 8: The US, PET Industry, Demand by End Use Sector, %, 2011 23Figure 9: The US, PET Industry, Price Forecasts, $/Tonne, 2000-2016 24Figure 10: The US, PET Industry, Imports and Exports, MMTPA, 2000-2016 26Figure 11: The US, PET Industry, Net Exports, MMTPA, 2000-2016 28Figure 12: The US, PET Industry, Imports as Percentage of Demand, %, 2000-2016 30Figure 13: Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 34Figure 14: The US, Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V., PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 35Figure 15: Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 43Figure 16: The US, Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 44Figure 17: Formosa Plastics Group, PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 52Figure 18: The US, Formosa Plastics Group, PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 53Figure 19: M&G Poliester SA, PET Capacity Split, the US and Rest of the World,%, 2011 61Figure 20: The US, M&G Poliester SA, PET Capacity Share, %, 2011 62

Companies mentioned

Alfa, S.A.B. de C.V.,Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Formosa Plastics Group,M&G Poliester SA,

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