The raw materials which are used to manufacture dihydro terpinyl are acetic anhydride and dihydroterpinol and they drive dihydro terpinyl prices. In North America, the uninterrupted price drop of acetic anhydride was accompanied by low interest and ample stock. However, when compared to the previous year's Q2 and Q3, the costs were significantly higher. The majority of acetic anhydride use had shifted to downstream pharmaceuticals. The demand for the feedstock was strong in Q4, indicating a solid downstream market. With an increase in feedstock methanol and acetic acid prices, the upward momentum of acetic anhydride increased, and the market grew in China, prices soared to 1721 USD/MT FOB Qingdao in the last week of December. With better shipments from Belgium and the United Kingdom, major producers kept prices soaring in the face of spiralling gas and electricity costs.
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About Dihydro Terpinyl Acetate:
Dihydro Terpinyl Acetate is known for its fresh, warm, pine-woody fragrance. It is a colorless clear liquid with mildly herbaceous odour. Some of the areas or products where it is widely or extensively utilised are deodorants, perfumes and colognes.
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