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  1. Plastics News - Mexico boosts estimate for plastics industry growth ...

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    28 Nov 2011 – MEXICO CITY (Nov. 28, 1 p.m. ET) -- Mexico's plastics industry association has revised upward its 2011 growth estimate for the sector. In early ...
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    Plastics News - Mexico rejects plastic bag bans, embraces industry ...

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    4 Aug 2011 – MEXICO CITY (Aug. 4, 12:55 p.m. ET) -- In the space of a couple of years, Mexico's largely pro-recycling plastics industry has outwitted bag ban ...
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    Export.gov - Plastic Materials and Resins

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    5 Jun 2012 – According to the National Association of the Plastic Industry (ANIPAC), there are 4,102 plastic companies in Mexico. Out of that number, ...
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    Canada. China. Mexico. Germany. Japan. 30%. 24%. 7% 7% 6%. $ billion. 0. 2. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12 ... The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc. 1667 K Street, NW, ...
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    Plastics industry 2010 outlook gloomy - report, Mexico ...

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    12 Nov 2009 – The outlook for Mexico's plastics industry in 2010 is gloomy, according to the president of the country's industrial plastics institute (IMPI) Rafael ...
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    Mexico, plastics industry to grow 9 percent in 2011 :: Latin America ...

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    23 Sep 2011 – The plastics industry expects to end 2011 with investment of 800 million billion dollars, that is, 200 million more than last year and a growth of 9 ...
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    Harrington Industrial Plastics - Piping Distributor

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    Harrington Industrial Plastics is the largest distributor of industrial plastic piping in the United States with products aimed at solving corrosion and high-purity ...
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    Plastic industry in Latin America sees growth, investment and taxation

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    28 Mar 2012 – Ecuador/Mexico/Venezuela – The plastic industry has been in the focus of local headlines during the past month. Mexico and Venezuela ...
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    Industry Today - Rediscovering Plastic

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    The last few decades have been difficult ones for Mexican plastics manufacturers. But these are new times, and the industry, led by the National Association of ...
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    ANIPAC | Asociación Nacional de Industrias del Plastico

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    Desde 1961, somos la máxima representación del sector plástico en México. Asociación. Nacional. de Industrias del Plástico ...


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Mexico boosts estimate for plastics industry growth to 9 percent

By Stephen Downer| PLASTICS NEWS CORRESPONDENT
Posted November 28, 2011

MEXICO CITY (Nov. 28, 1 p.m. ET) -- Mexico’s plastics industry association has revised upward its 2011 growth estimate for the sector.

In early October it was talking about a possible growth of 6 percent. Now it says 9 percent is likely, notwithstanding a deceleration in the national economy in recent months.

Eduardo Martínez Hernández, president of the Asociación Nacional de Industrias del Plástico AC (Anipac), also believes the sector’s growth will probably hit double figures in 2012, despite it being a presidential election year, when investment generally slows.

“The industry will grow 9 percent this year, despite the fact that in the past four months it has suffered a slowdown because of the difficult economic climate,” Martínez said in an Anipac news release.

The release coincided with the association’s annual convention in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo, held over the four-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the United States, a subtle admission that Mexico’s economy is closely tied to that of the U.S.

Martínez said 4,200 processors, 96 percent of whom are micro, small or medium-sized businesses, processed 6 million metric tons of plastic for the domestic market, representing $20 billion in sales, during the year.

The most lucrative business was in the automotive, construction, services, pharmaceutical and packaging segments. Processors invested $1.8 billion in machinery purchases and added 15,000 jobs to the employee roster of 150,000 in 2010, he said.

Martínez urged Mexico’s federal, state and municipal governments not to waiver in their recycling efforts and claimed 17 percent of all rubbish collected across the country had been recycled in recent months, an increase of two percentage points.

“In Mexico 3.8 million tonnes of plastic garbage is discarded every year… but only 1.3 million tonnes of it is recycled,” he said.

According to Martínez, in Mexico City alone 950 metric tons of plastic garbage a day is not recycled. He called on the capital’s government to invest in more recycling plants.

“A culture of garbage separation should be taken for granted by Mexican society but we’re getting there gradually.”

In 2011, Anipac, which has 300 member companies, persuaded Mexico City lawmakers to reverse anti-plastic bag legislation and to embrace recycling.



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