TREZA GROUP
QUIMICA TREZA, S.A. DE C.V.

TULTITLAN, ESTADO DE MEXICO

Presa Huapango No. 11
Col. Recursos Hidráulicos, Tultitlán
Estado de México, C.P. 54913
Tels. 555 899-9170 / 555 899-9180
Fax. 555 884-9900

Administración
agonzalez@treza.com.mx

División Especialidades Químicas
customerservice@tzgroupusa.com

Atención a Clientes (Customer Service)
customerservice@tzgroupusa.com
Elvia Ortiz: eortiz@treza.com.mx

Compras
Alejandro Velázquez G. avelazquez@treza.com.mx

 

TOLUCA, ESTADO DE MEXICO

Tels. (713) 133-6773
Fax. (713) 133-4922

Atención a Clientes (Customer Service)


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TRANSPORTREZA, S.A. DE C.V.

TULTITLAN, ESTADO DE MEXICO

Presa Huapango No. 11
Col. Recursos Hidráulicos, Tultitlán
Estado de México, C.P. 54913
Tels. 555 899-9170 / 555 899-9180
Fax. 555 884-9900

Atención a Clientes
customerservice@tzgroupusa.com
Rubén Díaz: rdiaz@treza.com.mx
lvan Mendoza: imendoza@treza.com.mx

Compras
Alejandro Velázquez G. avelazquez@treza.com.mx

Administración
agonzalez@treza.com.mx

QUIMICA Y REPRESENTACIONES EGLOFF, S.A. DE C.V.

MONTERREY

Hidalgo 162, Col. La Fama
Santa Catarina
Monterrey, Nuevo León, C.P. 6600, México

Tels. (81) 8336-2419 / (81) 1352-5871 al 76
Fax. 881) 8336-3176

Atención a Clientes
customerservice@tzgroupusa.com
jdelagarza@qyresa.com.mx

Compras (procurement)
eperez@qyresa.com.mx

Administración
lindat@qyresa.com.mx

División Especialidades Químicas
customerservice@tzgroupusa.com

QUIMICA TREZA DEL BAJIO S.A. DE C.V.

QUERETARO

Retorno Don José 37
Fracc. Industrial Balvanera
C.P. 76900
Municipio Corregidora
Querétaro, México

Tel y Fax: (442) 225-1549

Atención a Clientes
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atencionaclientes@treza.com.mx

Compras (procurement)
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Administración
contabilidad@treza.com.mx
marizpe@treza.com.mx

División Especialidades Químicas
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QUIMICA TREZA S.A. DE C.V.

PUEBLA

Calle "E" No. 10
Parque Industrial Puebla 2000

Puebla, Puebla C.P. 72300 México

Tel y Fax
(222) 282-7662
(222) 282-7660
(222) 282-7642

Atención a Clientes
customerservice@tzgroupusa.com
rgonzalez@treza.com.mx
TZ GROUP COSTA RICA, S.A.

COSTA RICA

San Rafael de Escazú
San José, Costa Rica
De Mas X Menos 300 mts oeste,
100 mts norte y 80 mts este,
Condominios del Rio San Rafael #5
Tel, (506) 2256-2807
Cel. (506) 8850-3939

Atención a Clientes
Enrique J. Egloff
eegloff@tzgroupusa.com
www.tzgroupusa.com
TZ TRADING, INC

HOUSTON

2555 Budde Rd. Ste. 1502
The Woodlands Tx 77380
Tel (281) 825 5301

Dirección General (Customer Service)
Fernando Zavala: fzavala@tzgroupusa.com
Eduardo Maiolino: emaiolino@tzgroupusa.com

Compras (Procurement)
fzavala@tzgroupusa.com

Administración
pborrelly@tzgroupusa.com

 

TZ GROUP CHINA

CHINA

Atención a Clientes
Bonnie Zhong
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jessica@tzgroupusa.com
www.tzgroupusa.com

 

 

 
US industrial production fell 1.2 percent in August, biggest drop in more than 3 years.

(Associated Press. Sep.13.12). U.S. industrial production fell in August by the largest amount in more than three years as factories produced fewer cars and other manufactured goods and Hurricane Isaac triggered shutdowns along the Gulf Coast. Industrial production dropped 1.2 percent last month compared to July, the Federal Reserve said Friday. It was the biggest setback since a 1.7 percent decline in March 2009 when the country was in recession

PPG COMMODITY CHEMICALS BUSINESS TO MERGE WITH GEORGIA GULF

(IHS chem. Global Chlor Alkali. Aug. 30.12).-- On July 19, 2012, PPG Industries and Georgia Gulf Corporation announced that both boards of directors approved de- finitive agreements under which PPG will separate its commodity chemicals business and then merge it with Georgia Gulf. PPG’s commodity chemicals business includes chlorine, caustic soda and related chemicals for use in applications such as chemical manufacturing, pulp & paper production, water treatment, plastics production and agricultural prod- ucts, with manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Canada and Taiwan. This merger will create a leading inte- grated chemicals and building prod- ucts company with a broad portfolio of downstream products, as Georgia Gulf already participates in vinyl-based building and home improvement mar- kets, including window and door pro- files, moldings, siding, pipe & pipe fit- tings, and deck products. From a GGC perspective, the newly merged compa- ny will complete back-integration into chlor-alkali and will become the sec- ond largest VCM producer in the re- gion, with 1.7 million metric tons of VCM capacity, which is 17.9 percent of the region’s total. The newly merged company will also remain in the fourth place of PVC capacity in North America behind Shintech, Oxy and Formosa.

Brazil Increases Import Tariffs for 100 Products

(Chemicalweek. Sept. 14.12)--- The Brazilian government has temporarily increased tariffs for 100 products including high-density polyethylene (PE), low-density PE, linear low-density PE, polycarbonate, ethylene glycol (EG), and polybutadiene rubber, effective September 25. The increase will raise tariffs for the PE products and EG from 14% to 20%. Polycarbonate tariffs will increase from 16% to 25%

Other products subject to import tariff increases are consumer products, raw materials, and some polyvinyl chloride- and polypropylene-based converted products. Chemical industry association Abiquim (São Paulo, Brazil) says it supports the measure. However, Abiplast (São Paulo), which represents converters, has been vocal in its opposition to the measure due to concerns that it will make imported finished products more competitive than domestic products. In some cases, the cost of finished products imported from Asia to Brazil are equal to the value of the polymer itself, making it difficult for local products to compete.

MEXICO: PRODUCCIÓN INDUSTRIAL: CRECE POR ARRIBA DE LO ESPERADO EN JULIO

((Banamex. Sept.11.12)--- Una sorpresa positiva, la producción industrial (PI) registró una la tasa de crecimiento anual en julio mayor a la esperaba por nosotros y por el consenso. Además, los dos principales subsectores, los cuales seguimos más de cerca, el manufacturero y la construcción tuvieron resultados superiores a nuestras previsiones. La industria manufacturera mantiene una tendencia alcista, ya que creció 0.5% a tasa mensual, debido principalmente a un fuerte desempeño de la industria automotriz, la cual creció 14.7% anual, y sobre una base ajustada por estacionalidad se incrementó 1.6% en términos mensuales, mientras que otras ramas manufactureras tuvieron un aumento moderado (0.3% mensual). En tanto, la construcción registró su mayor tasa de crecimiento anual en 18 meses (6.8%). A pesar de los buenos resultados de julio, esperamos que el efecto de un débil crecimiento de la economía de EUA sobre la economía mexicana se hará evidente en los próximos meses; aunque los resultados actuales de la PI implican un sesgo al alza para nuestro pronóstico de crecimiento anual del PIB en el tercer trimestre de 3.5%.
Puntos clave:
Sobre una base ajustada estacionalmente, la producción industrial registró un incremento mensual de 0.5% en julio, después de aumentar 1.5% mensual en junio.
En términos anuales, el crecimiento de la producción manufacturera fue de 5.4%, superior a nuestra previsión de 4.9%, y luego de un resultado de 4.5% en junio. Por su parte, la construcción creció 6.8% en julio por arriba del 4.7% que anticipamos.
Dentro de las manufacturas, el crecimiento de equipo de transporte fue de 14.7% anual, mientras que el del resto de las manufacturas fue de 3.1% versus 2.6% en promedio en el lapso enero-junio.
Durante el período enero-julio, la PI creció a una tasa promedio anual de 4.1% frente a un incremento de 4.3% en el mismo período de 2011.

CAUSTIC SODA MEXICO.

(IHS CHEM. Global Chlor Alcali. Aug. 30.12)--- Local demand remained steady in Mexico during the summer season. It is expected that domestic demand will increase marginally in 2012 compared with 2011. Preliminary figures indicate a growth rate between 2 and 3 percent in 2012. The local chlor-alkali producer continues to export material to Colombia and Central America on a regular basis. The dia- phragm market remains in surplus, which is exported, while the membrane market is in deficit, with imported material. During August, only two import cargoes were discharged in Altamira, both with caustic soda coming from producers in the USGC, totaling some 3.25 thousand dry metric tons. No imports were observed this month coming through Tuxpan. The country’s GDP has been growing at a seasonally adjusted 4 percent annual rate every quarter since Q3 2011; as a re- sult, there is improved competitiveness in the industrial sector. In Mexico caustic soda prices remained flat in August, after increasing by $25 per dry metric ton in July. What is left of the $35 per dry metric ton price increase announcement that was not implemented in July has been delayed. Conse- quently, domestic prices were stable in a range of $715 to $775 per dry metric ton delivered. Caustic demand has been steady this month.

 
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