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POLYETHYLENE FILM PRODUCTION IN EUROPE What are the strategies of the leaders in the market?


A NEW report from AMI offers you essential information on the leading groups in Europe.


This invaluable report gives a market analysis of the fi fty leading extruders of stretch and shrink fi lm, packaging fi lm, industrial and agricultural fi lm and manufacturers of carrier bags, heavy duty sacks and refuse sacks.


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Polyethylene Film Extruders - 9th Edition Amongst the leading groups included:


 British Polythene Industries Plc  RKW SE  Grupo Armando Alvarez S.A.  Britton Group  Papier-Mettler  Trioplast Industrier AB and more...


For each group listed, you will fi nd:


• Corporate strategy and development analysed, including latest investments and acquisitions


• Up to date fi nancials • Complete listings of extrusion plants in Europe • Film extrusion activities outside Europe • Product offering and specialisations


This report is of great relevance to all companies involved in the polyethylene fi lm extrusion business, providing useful benchmark information and giving unrivalled information on the size and structure of the industry.


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Applied Market Information publishes over 50 different reports and databases covering thermoplastics markets globally. The range of publications aim to provide complete listings of plants carrying out particular plastics processing operations and to give an analysis of the leading groups. AMI also produces authoritative industry reports which provide cost effective statistical data and analysis on polymer trends. For more information go to our website or contact Régine Futter or Elizabeth Carroll on sales@amiplastics.com or Tel: +44 (0) 117 9249442.


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