Celanese increase acetyl intermediates price

Celanese to increase acetyl intermediates price

5:50 AM, 30th September 2019
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DALLAS, US: Celanese Corporation said that it will increase list and off-list selling prices for the following products.

Product

U.S. & Canada

(USD/lb) 

Mexico & South America

(USD/MT) 

Europe,
Middle-East

& Africa

(EURO/MT) 

 

China

 

 

(RMB/MT)

 

 Asia Outside

China (AOC)

 

 

(USD/MT)

Acetic Acid

$0.050

-

-

¥650

$100

Vinyl Acetate Monomer

$0.050

$125

-

-

-

Ethyl Acetate

$0.050

$75

€145

-

$80

Butyl Acetate

-

-

-

-

$80

Acetic Anhydride

$0.050

-

-

¥650

-

Vinyl-based Emulsions (i.e. VAE & PVAc)

$0.030

$66

€50

-

-

The price increases will be effective immediately, or as contracts otherwise allow, and are incremental to any previously announced increases, the company said.

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