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PP Compounds in Europe

PP Compounds in Europe

Date of publication: August 2016

Overview:

Demand for PP Compounds grew 6.7% in Europe in 2016 yet the nature of the market is not transparent. This is an authoritative and detailed report tracking demand from OEM back to resin producer. It is published every three years and provides benchmark information on markets, applications, products, profitability and industry structure. This report is aimed at assisting industry participants in anticipating change, formulating strategies, directing R&D investment and proactively managing threats and opportunities. This report segments the market and the products to provide detailed insight into the sources of growth. 

Product scope:
Mineral filled PP, glass fibre reinforced PP, impact modified PP, other PP compounds and reactor PP resin in automotive.

Data points:
Data is provided for 2012, 2015 and 2020, with reference back to earlier data where beneficial.

EU, Norway, and Switzerland. A brief additional module reviews compound demand in Turkey and Russia.

The report is supplied as a downloadable PDF with an enterprise-wide license agreement. One printed hard copy of the report is also provided together with a review meeting to discuss the report’s contents.  

Further information:
To receive a proposal or for further information please click the Enquire/Order button above or contact John Nash (jsn@amiplastics.com)

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