As the dye industry enters the stocking cycle and is under pressure from rising costs (raw materials, labor, sewage treatment, etc.), the price of disperse dyes, which is at a low point, may gradually release its upward momentum! The latest news from major companies in the dye industry, starting today (the 18th of this month): the price of dispersed black ECT 300% will start to increase to 23 yuan/kg, an increase of 3 yuan/kg, and other dispersed varieties will increase simultaneously! For detailed information, please consult relevant business personnel such as Longsheng, Runtu, Jihua Company, etc.
Disperse Blue E-4R/Disperse Emerald Blue S-GL has started to rise on the 15th
With the cost pressure brought about by the continuous rise of chemical products during this period, as well as the last wave of market conditions before the end of the year for printing and dyeing plants, coupled with the “traditional” purchase model of year-end stocking, a new wave of increase in dye shipments has been triggered . Some dye prices have increased to varying degrees, switching from a low and stable trend to an upward trend. According to news from professionals and some manufacturers, the price of dispersed blue E-4R 56#100% will rise to 60 yuan/KG from now on.
Review of Disperse Dyes Market Analysis to 2022
According to data analysis by Zhuochuang Information, the dye market operation in 2022 will be characterized by “frequent changes in supply and demand relationships, and eye-catching year-on-year price declines.” From Figure 1, the dye market price will show a downward trend in 2022, and has now fallen to the lowest level during the year. Looking at dispersed black ECT 300% in 2022, its annual average price will be 23.27 yuan/kg, a year-on-year decrease of 10.23%. The factors driving its price decline mainly come from the fundamentals of supply and demand. In recent years, it has experienced macro policy changes and environmental policy upgrades. In 2022, the supply and demand pattern of the dye industry will show a relative excess.
China’s dye production in 2022 will be 782,500 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 2.83%; and from the demand side, the total demand in 2022 is expected to be 730,000 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 3.25%. At present, the total demand for China’s dye market has basically kept pace with the supply trend. The decline in dye demand in 2022 will be greater than the decline in supply. Considering that China still needs to import a small number of dye varieties, at this stage, China The supply and demand pattern of the dye market is still biased towards a state of relative surplus, and changes in the supply and demand pattern have also become the main factors affecting the dye market price in 2022.