The latest report by Syndicated Analytics titled “Styrene Production Cost Analysis 2021-2026: Capital Investment, Manufacturing Process, Raw Materials, Operating Cost, Industry Trends and Revenue Statistics” offers the requisite knowledge one requires before foraying into the styrene industry. The report encompasses exhaustive insights pertaining to pricing, margins, utility costs, operating costs, capital investments, raw material requirements and primary process flow, which is based on the latest economic data. It is a must-read report for new entrants, investors, researchers, consultants and business strategists that assists them in understanding the styrene industry in a better manner to make informed business decisions.

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Styrene refers to an organic compound with the chemical formula C8H8. Also known as vinylbenzene, phenylethylene, or cinnamene, it is a colorless oily liquid with a sweet smell. Although styrene is primarily produced synthetically by the dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene, small quantities of it can be found naturally in various fruits, vegetables, meats, beverages, nuts, etc., as well as in coal tar. It finds extensive applications in the manufacturing of numerous copolymers, including polystyrene, and has a role as a mutagen, a mouse metabolite, a plant metabolite, etc.

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The rising demand for styrene in the production of polystyrene represents one of the primary factors driving the global market. Polystyrene is further used for plastic packaging, insulation, disposable containers, etc. Additionally, the expanding automobile sector is also propelling the product demand. Styrene is utilized in the manufacturing of Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), which is employed in vehicle tires, seals, gaskets, etc. This, in turn, is acting as another growth-inducing factor. Moreover, the increasing adoption of styrene in broadloom carpeting for attaching carpet fibers to a backing material is anticipated to fuel the market growth in the coming years.

The report providing in-depth, comprehensive techno-economic analysis, including:

  • Market Trends
  • Major Regions
  • Key Manufacturers
  • Price Trends
  • Mass Balance and Raw Material Requirements
  • Various Types of Unit Operations Involved
  • Raw Material Costs
  • Utility Costs
  • Labor Costs
  • Packaging Costs
  • Transportation Costs
  • Land and Construction Costs
  • Machinery Costs
  • Profit Margins
  • Product Pricing

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