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July 22, 2017 | Author: Marnel Roy Mayor | Category: Polyvinyl Chloride, Industries, Chemicals, Business, Nature
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Submitted to: ENGR. LINA D. DELA CRUZ Professor

November 11, 2014

MARKET DEMAND and SUPPLY of Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) in the PHILIPPINES Historical Demand and Supply of PVC Shown in the table below is the Philippine total demand and supply of PVC in kilograms for the last ten years. Historical Demand for PVC [National Statistics Office (NSO) Public Reference Unit, 2014] Year 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Demand (kg) 2833946 5719899 7185224 9423119 11401969 11800561 15707392 16945612 24054215 25134094

Supply (kg) 1,295,122 2,993,375 1,920,990 3,337,358 7,340,349 8,250,395 9,762,683 10,180,856 14,329,797 16,468,538

30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000 15,000,000 Net Weight (kg)

10,000,000 Supply 5,000,000




Graphical Representation of the Behavior of the Historical Demand and Supply of Acrylonitrile It is being depicted in the graph that the supply and demand of acrylonitrile for the past ten years suggests a seemingly direct proportionality with each other. It can also be perceived that there is no oversupply of Acrylonitrile, but a great need for it.

PVC Manufacturer in the Philippines Philippine Resins Industries, Inc. (PRII) was incorporated in May 1994 in response to the increasing demand for a highly versatile thermoplastic material, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin. In the same month, PRII's application to establish a PVC resin plant in Mariveles, Bataan was approved by the Board of Investments (BOI) and, being the first of its kind in the country, was granted pioneer status. Its initial registered capacity was 70,000 TPY (tons per year). After successfully completing test operations, commissioning and guaranteed performance runs in December 1998, PRII started commercial operations of its 70,000 TPY suspension type PVC plant in January 1999, marking the roar of a new tiger in the Asian petrochemical showground. With the new ownership structure - Tosoh Corporation (TC) holding 80% of the company equity, andMitsubishi Corporation (MC) 20% - PRII strives to continue producing and improving various grades of quality PVC resins; this being matched with just-in-time delivery, reliable after-sales service, and continuous collaborative product development efforts. As of date, the company's total plant capacity has reached 100,000 TPY, after two stages of debottlenecking in 2001 and 2004. General Chemicals And Resin Consortium, Inc. The PVC plant began production on a commercial scale in the early part of 1976. It started under the corporate name of Philippine Vinyl Consortium, Inc. (PVCI). PVCI was primarily established to produce a suspension-type Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) resin which is a basic raw material for industrial and consumer PVC products such as rigid pipes, fittings, garden hoses, bottles, wall papers, etc. The PVC plant underwent a total rehabilitation from September 1998 to April 2001. It restarted operation on May 2001. Presently, GCRCI or GenChem operates two existing plants: the PVC resin plant and PVC stabilizer plant. PVC stabilizers are metallic stearate compounds. They were previously manufactured by Chemi-Group Industrial Corporation based in BASECO Compound, EPZA, Mariveles, Bataan. The exportoriented company was a joint venture of local and foreign investors. On August 2000, Chemi-Group was on complete shutdown and was dissolved. It was later sold to GCRCI. The PVC stabilizer plant was acquired in 2001 and became a separate production area of GenChem. Production of metallic stearates began only in August 2002.

Raw Material Manufacturers 

Mabuhay Vinyl Corporation

Mabuhay Vinyl Corporation

Philippine Resins Industries, Inc. (PRII)

Tosoh Corporation (TC)

Mitsubishi Corporation (MC)

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