Validate your proposal with a transparent investment evaluation.
When planning new capacity investments, chemical companies must consider a variety of factors and how they interact. The interconnectedness of the chemical supply chain can cause change in one area to trigger an unintentional response elsewhere. To prepare tactically and strategically for this environment, you need to develop business models that incorporate risk using the most reliable data. In addition, you must be ready to provide gainful analysis of market trends and credible future valuations of current projects – including explanations of any change in production costs.
What IHS Markit can do for you:
- Make complex investment evaluations
- Build capital cost and revenue estimations based on a specific chemical market’s outlook to quantify risk versus reward
- Evaluate the potential success of projects or business units by understanding supply, demand and production cost drivers and outlooks
- Uncover commercial opportunities with long-term growth potential using trend analysis and economic outlooks by industry and geography
- Optimize your inventory and purchase timing to maximize short-term profits