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Online Market Place for Sino-Europe Chemical Trade
Offline Cross-Border Railway Transportation Solution

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By fully utilizing the overwhelming advantages of the modern railway system associated with the New Silk Road initiative, Factoryhood is building a highly efficient online trading platform designed to fully manage chemical transportation services connecting the two major chemical markets of China and Europe. The goal is to allow every business to be interconnected and to be able to compete in the global market easily, efficiently and safely.


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Our Services

  • Better Network And Coverage

    In Shino-Europe Markets

    A total B2B solution with the full service network covering the whole of China and Europe, China and Europe have never been so close ever before.

  • Railway + Container Concept

    To Connect China And Europe

    Modern railway system brings far better efficiency and safety than sea freight, together with the cost effectiveness of container storage, an innovative new international supply network concept is being developed.

  • Cross-border and "Door-to-Door"

    For B2B Transportation

    Truly Door to Door service, help you to reach any customer you desired effectively and instantly.

  • Guaranteed Free Replacement

    And Refund

    Guaranteed trouble-free replacement or full amount refund on defaulting goods by Factoryhood platform, quality and payment are highly secured.

  • No Bank LC Required

    On Factoryhood Platform

    Innovative payment system designed to ease the financial difficulties for all Factoryhood users.

  • Free Sample Provision For

    Testing And Analysis

    Free samples to Buyer or local lab analysis can be arranged upon inquiry, fulfillment on all business requirements and assurances in Europe and China.

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US EPA finalizes list of 20 high-priority chemicals Agency to begin 3-year revie...

US EPA finalizes list of 20 high-priority chemicals Agency to begin 3-year review of the substances’ risks to human health, environment by Chemical & Engineering News  DECEMBER 23, 2019   The US Environmental Protection Agency has finalized the list of the next 20 high-priority chemicals that will undergo evaluation under the Toxic Substances Control Act. The agency will determine over the next 3 years whether the chemicals pose unreasonable risks to human health and the environment.   The list contains the same 20 high-priority chemicals that the EPA proposed in March. They include: seven chlorinated solvents, six phthalates, four flame retardants, formaldehyde, a fragrance additive, and 1,3-butadiene, which is used to make polymers. The EPA must finalize documents clarifying the scope of the evaluations for each of the 20 chemicals by June 2020. Those documents provide a snapshot of the hazards, exposures, conditions of use, and susceptible subpopulations that the agency will consider in the assessments. The American Chemistry Council, which represents US chemical manufacturers, commended the EPA for achieving “another milestone in the effective and efficient implementation of TSCA.” The group, as well as the EPA, pointed out that designation of a chemical as a high priority does not necessarily mean that it poses a high risk to human health or the environment. “It simply means the high priority substances will now undergo the TSCA risk evaluation process,” ACC says in a statement. “These risk evaluations must focus on the hazard and exposure potential of a designated high priority substance under its conditions of use.” The EPA has yet to finalize its proposed list of 20 low-priority chemicals, which will not be subject to further evaluation. The agency plans to do so early next year. In comments submitted to the EPA, environmentalists claim that the agency has insufficient toxicity data to determine if the proposed low-priority chemicals are nonhazardous.

100 Spot Commodities Price Chart - 16/12/2019

100 Spot Commodities Price Chart - 16/12/2019 http://www.chemnet.com   Dec 17,2019 ChemNet It was assessed by SunSirs that in the tracked 100 spot commodities,25 commodities increased in prices, 26 fell and 49 remained unchanged on 16/12/2019.The largest rises were Coke (3.00%),LPG (2.76%),Polyester FDY (1.84%),while the largest falls were Chloroform (-7.14%),Hydrochloric acid (-5.48%),Propylene oxide (-2.51%).  Commodity Sectors  12-13 12-16 Change Coke Energy 1,666.67 1,716.67 3.00% LPG Energy 3,983.33 4,093.33 2.76% Polyester FDY Textile 7,256.67 7,390.00 1.84% Polyester DTY Textile 8,663.75 8,738.75 0.87% PTA Textile 4,875.56 4,916.67 0.84% Nickel Non-ferrous metals 111,100.00 112,033.33 0.84% PA6 Rubber & plastics 12,650.00 12,733.33 0.66% Dysprosium oxide Non-ferrous metals 1,720,000.00 1,730,000.00 0.58% Silver Non-ferrous metals 4,061.33 4,081.33 0.49% Maleic anhydride Chemical 7,433.33 7,466.67 0.45% Polyester POY Textile 7,014.00 7,044.00 0.43% Acrylic acid Chemical 8,100.00 8,133.33 0.41% Calcium carbide Chemical 2,693.33 2,703.33 0.37% Asphalt Energy 3,358.00 3,368.00 0.30% Activated charcoal Chemical 11,300.00 11,333.33 0.29% White granulated sugar Agricultural & sideline products 5,776.67 5,793.33 0.29% DME  Energy 2,976.67 2,983.33 0.22% Hot rolled coil Steel 3,900.00 3,907.50 0.19% Gasoline Energy 6,691.33 6,704.17 0.19% Stainless steel plate Steel 13,491.67 13,516.67 0.19% Cold rolled sheet Steel 4,435.00 4,442.50 0.17% Cotton Lint Textile 13,138.00 13,157.17 0.15% Raw silk Textile 379,000.00 379,500.00 0.13% Diesel Energy 6,472.83 6,476.67 0.06% Galvanized sheet Steel 4,626.00 4,628.00 0.04% Benzene Chemical 5,710.00 5,710.00 0.00% Toluene Chemical 5,650.00 5,650.00 0.00% Xylene Chemical 5,900.00 5,900.00 0.00% Cobalt Non-ferrous metals 259,666.67 259,666.67 0.00% Corn Agricultural & sideline products 1,841.43 1,841.43 0.00% Soybean Agricultural & sideline products 3,583.33 3,583.33 0.00% Wheat Agricultural & sideline products 2,388.00 2,388.00 0.00% Titanium Dioxide Chemical 15,300.00 15,300.00 0.00% Metal Silicon Non-ferrous metals 11,858.33 11,858.33 0.00% Ethylene oxide Chemical 7,600.00 7,600.00 0.00% Acetic acid Chemical 2,483.33 2,483.33 0.00% BR Rubber & plastics 11,375.00 11,375.00 0.00% Phenol Chemical 7,262.50 7,262.50 0.00% Methanol Energy 2,120.00 2,120.00 0.00% Sulfur Chemical 573.33 573.33 0.00% LLDPE Rubber & plastics 7,416.67 7,416.67 0.00% Cotton yarn Textile 20,720.00 20,720.00 0.00% Polyester yarn Textile 14,420.00 14,420.00 0.00% Cement Building materials 546.00 546.00 0.00% Glass Building materials 20.72 20.72 0.00% Sulfuric acid Chemical 273.33 273.33 0.00% DAP Chemical 2,250.00 2,250.00 0.00% Wood pulp Building materials 3,715.00 3,715.00 0.00% Urea Chemical 1,700.00 1,700.00 0.00% Caustic soda Chemical 637.50 637.50 0.00% Soda ash Chemical 1,560.00 1,560.00 0.00% Rayon yarn Textile 16,300.00 16,300.00 0.00% PET Rubber & plastics 6,525.00 6,525.00 0.00% Thermal Coal Energy 556.25 556.25 0.00% DOP Chemical 7,383.33 7,383.33 0.00% Hydrofluoric acid Chemical 10,240.00 10,240.00 0.00% Polysilicon Chemical 57,000.00 57,000.00 0.00% Aniline Chemical 6,800.00 6,800.00 0.00% PC Rubber & plastics 13,766.67 13,766.67 0.00% LDPE Rubber & plastics 8,150.00 8,150.00 0.00% HDPE Rubber & plastics 7,950.00 7,950.00 0.00% Color coated sheet Steel 6,800.00 6,800.00 0.00% Coking coal Energy 1,465.00 1,465.00 0.00% 2-EH Chemical 6,966.67 6,966.67 0.00% PA Chemical 6,337.50 6,337.50 0.00% Adipic acid Chemical 7,920.00 7,920.00 0.00% Potassium chloride Chemical 2,200.00 2,200.00 0.00% Nitric acid Chemical 1,600.00 1,600.00 0.00% SBR Rubber & plastics 11,420.00 11,420.00 0.00% corrugated paper Building materials 3,460.00 3,460.00 0.00% Phosphorus yellow Chemical 18,250.00 18,250.00 0.00% Bromine Chemical 30,944.44 30,944.44 0.00% Sodium metabisulfite Chemical 1,760.00 1,760.00 0.00% Polyamide FDY Textile 18,000.00 18,000.00 0.00% Tin ingot Non-ferrous metals 140,037.50 139,950.00 -0.06% Fuel Oil Energy 4,552.00 4,548.00 -0.09% PA66 Rubber & plastics 23,150.00 23,125.00 -0.11% Mild steel plate Steel 3,692.00 3,688.00 -0.11% Natural rubber Rubber & plastics 12,230.00 12,210.00 -0.16% PVC Rubber & plastics 7,040.00 7,027.50 -0.18% Aluminum Non-ferrous metals 14,023.33 13,990.00 -0.24% Rapeseed Agricultural & sideline products 5,125.00 5,110.00 -0.29% Zinc ingot Non-ferrous metals 18,726.67 18,670.00 -0.30% Rapeseed oil Agricultural & sideline products 7,862.50 7,837.50 -0.32% Iron ore Steel 687.22 684.78 -0.36% Dried cocoons Textile 128,000.00 127,500.00 -0.39% PP Rubber & plastics 8,100.00 8,066.67 -0.41% Steel I bean Steel 3,923.33 3,903.33 -0.51% Lead ingot Non-ferrous metals 15,493.75 15,412.50 -0.52% Rebar Steel 3,873.00 3,852.00 -0.54% MTBE Energy 5,750.00 5,716.67 -0.58% Styrene Chemical 7,450.00 7,400.00 -0.67% Copper Non-ferrous metals 49,073.33 48,741.67 -0.68% Palm Oil Agricultural & sideline products 6,130.00 6,080.00 -0.82% Soybean meal Agricultural & sideline products 2,980.00 2,953.33 -0.89% Acetone Chemical 5,787.50 5,712.50 -1.30% Ethylene glycol Chemical 5,683.33 5,550.00 -2.35% Propylene oxide Chemical 10,633.33 10,366.67 -2.51% Hydrochloric acid Chemical 243.33 230.00 -5.48% Chloroform Chemical 2,100.00 1,950.00 -7.14%

Dubai crude extends overnight climb as buy-side inquiries emerge

Dubai crude extends overnight climb as buy-side inquiries emerge http://www.chemnet.com   Dec 12,2019 The prompt intermonth spread for benchmark Dubai crude futures widened in mid-morning trade in Asia Thursday, extending an overnight rally in the Dubai M1/M3 structure after buyer inquiries for Middle East spot crude cargoes started to emerge during the latter half of this week.  The prompt January/February Dubai futures spread widened to be pegged at $1.13/b at 11 am in Singapore (0300 GMT). It was assessed at $1.09/b at the 4:30 pm (0830 GMT) close of trading in Asia on Wednesday.  The Dubai M1/M3 spread -- a gauge for spot market sentiment of Middle East crude -- was notionally pegged at $2.79/b Thursday morning.  The spread had rallied at the end of Platts Market on Close assessment process on Wednesday by 20 cents/b from Tuesday, and was assessed at $2.75/b at 4:30 pm in Singapore.  Crude market participants reported fresh inquiries from buyers in Asia, especially for lighter crude grades such as Abu Dhabi's Murban and Umm Lulu.  Sellers seemed confident of fetching premiums similar to spot market levels in November for their cargoes in the current month.  Information trickling in on Thursday morning showed that some preliminary Murban deals could have been concluded at levels near to, or higher than those done in November, but details are still emerging.  Refiners are expected to have concluded their buying requirement and crude valuations for the current cycle Thursday, and will either make direct private inquiries with sellers or post buy side tenders in the coming days, traders said.  Meanwhile, the rest of the Middle East sour crude complex looked relatively steady compared with Wednesday's assessed levels.  The February/March Dubai futures spread was pegged at 77 cents/b Thursday morning, compared with 76 cents/b assessed Wednesday evening.  Similarly, the February Brent/Dubai Exchange of Futures for Swaps spread was pegged at $2.88/b Thursday at 11 am.  It was assessed at $2.87/b on Wednesday at 4:30 pm in Singapore.

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