Low density polymers decline on reduced offtake

June 30 Low density polymer prices receded by paise 50 per kg on the the local plastic market in the national capital today owing to reduced offtake by consuming industries such as plastic bag makers and plastic moulding units.

Marketmen said adequate stocks against reduced offtake from plastic bag makers and plastic moulding units mainly helped low density polymer prices to trade lower.

Low density (LD)No 40 and (LD)No 400 were slipped by Rs 50 each to 87.00 and Rs 8900 per kg respectively.

Following were today&aposs quotations in Rs per kg:.

LD No 40 -87.00, LD No 400 – 8900 LLDP blowing 80, colour 75.00 HD Blowing 8200, HD moulding (deshi) 82, HD moulding (colour) 85.00, PP No 100 – 82, PP Colour 103, ABS (Indian) 100, acrylic 110-120 colour 120-125, crystal (Indian) 70, colour 82, poly carbonate 170-178, Nylon No-6 155, Nylon No 66 -190-200, PVC resin deshi 58.00, PVC pest grade 90.

Source: worldscrap.com

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