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C-MACC Sunday Recap 65
Taking Stock: Rethinking “Just in Time” is Adding to Demand
- A coordinated global manufacturing shift of sentiment towards supply chain security is working in favor of a stronger-for-longer demand uplift in 2021.
- The product tightness and price inflation to date could last and, in some cases, accelerate in pockets of chemical supply chains before a “new” normal is reached.
- Shipping companies are stoking the fire, suggesting constraints for the year, and spurring freight rate inflation – container and rail car shortages could persist.
- Higher carbon prices in Europe are driving investment decisions – no carbon pricing in the US is driving lots of talk but limited action.
Last week we discussed 30 Chemicals and other materials and 110 Companies.
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