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Plastics Pipe extruders in Europe - AMI's Directory

Publication Year:
2015

Edition:
6.0

Languages:
English

Sites Listed:
487

Plastics Pipe extruders in Europe - AMI's Directory

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€295.00

€715.00

€1075.00

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Polymer demand for pipe production in Europe accounted to around 3 million tonnes in 2014 with Germany being the largest producer of plastic pipes in Europe and the only one with an increased production in Western Europe.

This AMI directory gives you an insight into the European production of plastics pipe, revealing the production details of all the extrusions sites by country.  This comprehensive list of 487 plants manufacturing thermoplastics pipes in Western and Central Europe shows for each site the following information:

  • Full address and numbers, e-mail and website (when available)
  • One managerial contact
  • Details on polymers processed: LDPE, HDPE, MDPE, PEX, PE 80, PE 100, PE 100-RC, PE-RT, PP, PP-R, ABS, Polybutylene, PVC, PVCc.
  • Type of pipes manufactured and End use applications:

    Below ground: Pressure pipe, Non pressure pipe and Ducting pipe for Gas, water, foul water drainage/sewage, Storm water drainage, Higway drainage, Agriculture drainage and Cable protection.

    Above ground: Pressure pipe and Non pressure pipe for Internal waste, Hot and cold water, Guttering/Downpipe and Irrigation

  • Size of pipes manufactured: from up to 32 mm to over 830 mm in 9 categories.
  • Technologies used: Solid wall, Coextruded Foamcore, , Twin-walled, Corrugated, Multilayer polymeric, Multilayer metal-plastic, Orientated PVC, Reinforced wall.

The publication is available as a book or as a standard or gold database.

Europe: France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Austria, Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Switzerland, Czech republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovak republic

Polymer demand for pipe production accounted to around 3 million tonnes in 2014 with Germany being the largest producer of plastic pipes in Europe and the only one with an increased production in Western Europe.

This AMI directory gives you an insight into the European production of plastics pipe, revealing the production details of all the extrusions sites by country.  This comprehensive list of 487 plants manufacturing thermoplastics pipes in Western and Central Europe shows for each site the following information:

  • Full address and numbers, e-mail and website (when available)
  • One managerial contact
  • Details on polymers processed: LDPE, HDPE, MDPE, PEX, PE 80, PE 100, PE 100-RC, PE-RT, PP, PP-R, ABS, Polybutylene, PVC, PVCc.
  • Type of pipes manufactured and End use applications:

    Below ground: Pressure pipe, Non pressure pipe and Ducting pipe for Gas, water, foul water drainage/sewage, Storm water drainage, Higway drainage, Agriculture drainage and Cable protection.

    Above ground: Pressure pipe and Non pressure pipe for Internal waste, Hot and cold water, Guttering/Downpipe and Irrigation

  • Size of pipes manufactured: from up to 32 mm to over 830 mm in 9 categories.
  • Technologies used: Solid wall, Coextruded Foamcore, , Twin-walled, Corrugated, Multilayer polymeric, Multilayer metal-plastic, Orientated PVC, Reinforced wall.

 

The standard database includes the same information as the book but also has extensive search capabilities; you can search on any field of information: polymers, markets, region, etc. You can view the data in a spreadsheet format and export the addresses and contacts only into an Excel spreadsheet for marketing purposes. If you want to export more information into Excel please look at the platinum product

The data is an Access database and is supplied as a downloadable file. After you have placed your order and your payment has been authorised, you will receive an email with instructions on how to download the database. Please note that the download instructions will be supplied during working hours in the United Kingdom.

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The gold database includes additional information for each site, it gives:

  • Up to three extra contacts (sale, technical and purchasing managerial contacts)
  • An indication of total polymer throughput
  • Extra machinery information
  • Some comments on the companies specialisations showing the main polymers processed and the main products manufactured.

It has also extensive search capabilities, you can search on any field of information: polymers, markets, regions, etc. You can view the data in a spreadsheet format and export the addresses and contacts only into an Excel spreadsheet for marketing purposes. If you want to export more information into Excel please look at the platinum product.

The data is an Access database and is supplied as a downloadable file. After you have placed your order and your payment has been authorised, you will receive an email with instructions on how to download the database. Please note that the download instructions will be supplied during working hours in the United Kingdom.

More information about AMI databases

More information on how to install and run an AMI database

The platinum database has all the features and content of the gold database but it also offers you the facility to export all fields of information to Excel, including full address details, contacts, polymers processed, markets served/products manufactured, size of products (if relevant) and some machinery information.

The data is an Access database and is supplied as a downloadable file. After you have placed your order and your payment has been authorised, you will receive an email with instructions on how to download the database. Please note that the download instructions will be supplied during working hours in the United Kingdom.

AMI's data is protected by copyright and cannot be supplied to any third party

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