The Resin Crisis: Information Every Plastics Processing Executive Must Know
Amco Polymers is partnering with MAPP to host a webinar Tuesday, March 2, 2021, at 2:00 pm EST. The global resin market is in a state of chaos. Plastics processors all over the country are seeing severe resin shortages and staggering price increases.
You're invited! Amco Polymers is partnering with MAPP to host a webinar Tuesday, March 2, 2021, at 2:00 pm EST.
The global resin market is in a state of chaos. Plastics processors all over the country are seeing severe resin shortages and staggering price increases.
To help processing executives better understand how to plan for the future, experts from AMCO Polymers will explain the root causes of the current state of the resin market and the impact on resin suppliers and processors. Alan Rothenbuecher from Benesch Law will also provide insight into force majeure and allocation strategies the resin suppliers are currently using to mitigate the impact. Lastly, AMCO and Benesch will provide actionable steps processors can take to better insulate and reduce the impact this crisis has on their businesses.
This presentation webinar will cover:
- State of the Resin Market
- Root Causes of the Crisis
- Effects on Engineering Resins
- Effects on Commodity Resins
- Force Majeure and Allocation
- Actionable Steps to Reduce the Impact of the Resin Crisis
- Mid-Term Forecasts and Predictions
**Please note this event is open to the public for a nominal fee of $30 and free to MAPP members.
Disclaimer: This information presented during this webinar (the “Information”) by Amco Polymers (“Amco”) is provided on an as-is basis for discussion purposes only. Any projections, recommendations, or opinions contained in the Information are Amco’s opinions as of the webinar date, are subject to change without notice, and are based on unstated assumptions about market conditions. Amco does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or usefulness of the Information, and Amco shall not, under any circumstances, have any liability for direct, consequential, or other losses arising from reliance on the Information. Recipients of this Information must independently evaluate potential transactions and business decisions.