Polymer Filler Market to See a 3.3% CAGR through 2020, Says M&M in Topical Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com29 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Through 2020, the global polymer fillers market is anticipated to increase at a 3.3% CAGR and by 2020 is expected to exceed 53 billion. Polymer fillers (due to enhanced impact strength, high-quality optical properties and also ability to replace expensive plastic resins) are recognised nowadays as the preferred material for different applications. Polymer fillers offer immense opportunities for the development of novel materials with enhanced properties and improved molding characteristics, therefore, driving growth in the world polymer filler market. Increasing demand for low-cost fillers in China, India and some other countries will give further impetus to the global market growth in the offing.
As of 2014, APAC ranked the first and North America ranked the second in the global polymer fillers market. Through 2020, the APAC polymer filler market will continue growing spurred by the increasing demand from building and construction, packaging and automotive industries in the region.
Imerys, LKAB Group, Minerals Technologies, Omya AG, 20Micron Limited, Hoffman Minerals, GCR Group, Unimin Corporation, Quarzwerke Group and Karntner Montanindustrie Gesellschaft are amid key participants in the global polymer filler marketplace.
In-demand research report “Polymer Filler Market” prepared by MarketsandMarkets delves deep into the global polymer fillers market scenario. It highlights the current situation in the main market segments, explores the major geographical markets, uncovers data on the market value, volume and shares. The research publication is a great source of information on the market dynamics, drivers, restraints, challenges and opportunities. Moreover, the study reviews the market competitive scenario and includes an overview of new product developments, joint ventures, agreements, mergers and acquisitions.
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