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Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: April resin pricing from quick pak inc

Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: April resin pricing from quick pak inc: CDI is reporting no change in resin pricing for April. More info on this is available from: Mike Cunningham Quick Pak Inc 4007 ...

April resin pricing from quick pak inc

CDI is reporting no change in resin pricing for April.
More info on this is available from:

Mike Cunningham

Quick Pak Inc

4007 North 56th Street Tampa, FL 33610

Tel: 813 242 6995

FAX: 813 242 6985

www.quickpakinc.com

mike.cunningham@quickpakinc.com

Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: Resin Pricing news from quick pak inc.com

Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: Resin Pricing news from quick pak inc.com: Spot resin activity picked up this past week and more typical trade flow, like we might expect for the first week of the quarter, resumed af...

Resin Pricing news from quick pak inc.com

Spot resin activity picked up this past week and more typical trade flow, like we might expect for the first week of the quarter, resumed after the previous week at NPE. Despite April price increase nominations, traders offered their warehoused inventories for sale at prices steady to a tad lower than March levels looking for orders. Energy and feedstock costs were weak and resin market sentiment began shifting away from bullish and would be considered neutral, but not bearish at this point.

More info on this is available from:
Mike Cunningham
Quick Pak Inc
4007 North 56th Street Tampa, FL 33610
Tel: 813 242 6995
FAX: 813 242 6985
www.quickpakinc.com
mike.cunningham@quickpakinc.com

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Stretch film pricing - what the trade is saying

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Resin pricing from Quick Pak Inc April 13th 2012

No support for stretch price increases

MARKET DYNAMICS
Natural Gas Prices Dip to $2 First Time in Decade The last time natural gas touched $2 was Jan. 28, 2002, as it dropped to $1.91. Natural gas prices have been tumbling all year. A mild winter and a production boom have left the U.S. with more natural gas than Americans can consume. The glut has pushed prices down by 59 percent since a peak last summer at $4.85. The excess gas has benefited homeowners and businesses that use it to heat homes and power factories. (AND MAKE STRETCH FILM RESINS)
Business News April 2012

Crude Oil May 12 DROPS -NY Mercantile
$103.64/BL

Mike Cunningham
Quick Pak Inc
4007 North 56th Street Tampa, FL 33610
Tel: 813 242 6995
FAX: 813 242 6985
www.quickpakinc.com
mike.cunningham@quickpakinc.com

Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: Resin pricing from quick pak inc

Resin pricing from quick pak inc

http://quickpakinc.com/pricing_news.html

Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: Resin Pricing news 4.4.2012 by quick pak inc

Quick Pak - What the Packaging Trade is Saying!: Resin Pricing news 4.4.2012 by quick pak inc: Consider that the March $.03/lb increase is, with Ethylene sprinting higher there is little reason for producers to cave in at this point. ...

Resin Pricing news 4.4.2012 by quick pak inc

Consider that the March $.03/lb increase is, with Ethylene sprinting higher there is little reason for producers to cave in at this point.
If secured, this would complete the $.06/lb increase on top of the nickel implemented in December for a 4-month run of $.11/lb. With another $.07/lb that comes into play in April, traders with inventory will likely raise their asking prices to start the month. However, there is one producer that already pushed the $.07/lb increase off until May, although no other producers were seen following that lead.
Trade Reports April 2012

LLDPE: The Polyethylene market was fairly busy, particularly the first part of the week, as sellers looked to move out material as the month and 1st quarter came to an end. Polyethylene producers remained committed to secure the balance of the $.06/lb price increase, half of which was implemented in February. While this second $.03/lb really could have gone either way, as the month drew to a close, no producer had blinked so …