Consumption of PET resin for non fiber in Japan

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Consumption of PET resin for non fiber in Japan

in 2000, the consumption of PET resin for non fiber in Japan was 699300 tons, an increase of 50400 tons over the previous year. However, in 2001, it decreased by 5.3% over the previous year to 662100 tons. Among non fiber pet applications, bottles occupy the leading position, accounting for 64.3%, films and sheets account for 33.1%, and injection molding including a-pet accounts for 2.6%. The proportion of bottles continues to rise, replacing PVC bottles and increasing demand

according to the data of Japan PET bottle Association, the total investment is 300million yuan. 20 therefore, the size of the equipment has also been greatly reduced. In 2000, pet consumption increased by 9% over the previous year, reaching 362000 tons, of which 339000 tons were used for beverage bottles, an increase of 9.8%. In 2001, it further increased by 7.8%, reaching 365000 tons. Other uses include alcohol, detergent, cosmetics and medicine, and the consumption is basically the same as that of the previous year. Due to the implementation of the container recovery method, the recovery rate of PET bottles has increased year by year, 16.9% in 1998, 22.8% in 1999, 34.5% in 2000, 35.2% in 2001, and is expected to reach 50% in 2005. Recycling applications also provide more choices for fiber and products other than daily necessities

the Reinforced PET resin has good heat resistance and high rigidity. Due to the shift of automotive and electronic industrial products to overseas production, the resin demand shows a negative growth, down 10%. In 2001, the rolling wave of industry 4.0 has swept the world. The demand structure is as follows: Automobile 36%, home appliances 23%, electromechanical and other industries 21%, electronic and electrical industries 20%. The proportion of the automotive market is high. The manufacturer replaces the thermosetting resin in consideration of environmental problems and production convenience. The development direction is hydrolysis resistance, high temperature resistance and humidity resistance

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