Report Coverage

  • Seasonality and restocking
  • Feedstock Dynamics
  • Trade Scenario
  • Macro - Exchange rates, GDP, Inflation rates, Industrial production
  • Historical price analysis
  • Governmental regulations
  • Market Fundamentals — Supply and Demand
  • Planned and unplanned capacity investments & closures

Market Description

Global palm oil production stands approximately at 70 MMT with major producers being Malaysia and Indonesia. Prices of palm oil is controlled largely by demand from bio-fuel and food industry. The fatty acid derivatives of palm oil are used in the production of bactericides, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and water-treatment products. Increasing consumption of palm oil in the manufacturing process of soaps and detergents and in the production of greases, lubricants, and candles is further boosting the growth of the market. Moreover, increasing usage of palm oil as a substitute for trans-fat in processed foods is adding fuel to the growth of palm oil market. Sustainability challenges have always been a major concern in the palm oil supply chain. Companies have significantly shifted to RSPO certified palm oil sourcing. 

Beroe gathers intelligence through primary sources that include industry experts, researchers and consultants, as well as current suppliers, producers and distributors. Secondary sources can include subscriptions, business journals, newsletters, magazines, market research data, company sources and industry associations. Following data collation, analysis and strategic review, the final report is published.

Table of Contents

  1. Palm Oil Market Overview
  2. Market Overview – Asia
  3. Market Overview – EU
  1. Palm Oil Supply Chain Events
  2. Supply Chain Events – Asia
  3. Supply Chain Events - EU
  1. Palm Oil Market Outlook – Asia
  2. Short Term
  3. Medium Term
  4. Long term
  1. Palm Oil Market Outlook – EU
  2. Short Term
  3. Medium Term
  4. Long term
  1. Palm Oil Supply – Demand Overview
  2. Supply – Demand Overview – Asia

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