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The 25th World Chlor-alkali Conference

16 - 17 June 2021 // Start Time: 8.00am London / 3.00pm Singapore

 
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Uncertainties on supply and demand globally has positioned the chlor-alkali industry in a challenging circumstance. As recent market disruptions such as difficulties on logistics and transportation, unplanned plant shutdowns, changes on demand and growth drivers, and of course sustainability, these all have continued to cause significant shifts on global trade flows.

While there is no exact formula to figure out what is going to happen in years to come, it is critical to stay up to date with trends and developments that are shaping the chlor-alkali industry. This will prepare business professionals like you to make informed business decisions while mitigating risks.

This June, we are bringing you the
25th World Chlor-alkali Conference once again in a fully virtual environment. Join this two-day event packed with expert insights and engagement opportunities.
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Insights you should not miss!

  • Defining trends in the caustic soda markets: What has happened in the past 12 months and how are these trends shaping the short- to long-term outlooks
  • Comprehensive insights on drivers of demand – from alumina, pulp and paper, bleach applications, and rayon to further downstream such as automotive and construction industries
  • Regional outlook: Views on Asia, Europe, Middle East, Americas and more
  • Challenges and changes in the transportation and logistics space
  • Find out more about technological updates in light of reduced energy consumption and cost optimisation
 
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Discuss key issues and develop new contacts to help address your current issues to gain insights, exchange ideas, reconnect and build meaningful connections. 

Explore how you can make new connections and schedule meetings