Global Glycerine market observes a rise in its price owing to high cost of feedstocks
Global Glycerine market observes a rise in its price owing to high cost of feedstocks

Global Glycerine market observes a rise in its price owing to high cost of feedstocks

  • 24-Mar-2022 9:09 AM
  • Journalist: Patrick Knight

Glycerine prices have seen a rise in the worldwide market concerning the urging interest and supply compel from crucial parts worldwide. Glycerine is produced from unsaturated fats or oils, and any discrepancy among these shows direct repercussions on Glycerine production and its costs. The gathering costs of feed palm, soy, or coconut oil and its shortage is the principal driver at the expense climb. Indonesia being the dominant player in the export of palm oil say that the local manufacturers should stockpile at least 30% of their arranged commodities available to be purchased locally, that further led to supply shortage and demand hike. In this week ending 18th March, Glycerine saw a positive flood of 0.6% and 0.7% w-o-w each and landed at USD 2368/T FOB Jawa Barat and USD 2225/T Ex-Taijung Pirok respectively.

Cosmetics products, pharmaceuticals, feed, medical services are the fundamental downstream businesses using Glycerine as an unrefined substance. Asia Pacific region is the central purchaser of Glycerine among which China is a significant importer. Due to Omicron, China carried out lockdown, and all sorts of commodities exchanging have stopped temporarily, which prompted the value climb of Glycerine. The continuous clash between Russia and Ukraine has impacted the exchange through the Black Sea, which has affected the supply chain internationally alongside the high crude oil prices. From unrefined petroleum to grains and edible oils, wares have been shaken by Russia's attack on Ukraine. Ukraine's ports are closed, transport and facilitated factors are cut off, and buyers are hesitant or unequipped for paying the flooding costs of cargo charges through the Black Sea.

As per ChemAnalyst, the costs of Glycerine will keep on taking off alongside the interest from downstream ventures and upstream feed costs. War and Omicron contamination will straightforwardly and in a roundabout way influence the cost of Glycerine. The feedstock costs will observe an increment and the demand will likewise increase.

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