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North America Dominates Aluminium Powder Market, States IMARC Group in In-demand Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

13 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – During the past several years, the aluminium powder industry has witnessed extensive development with the technological advancements and global economic growth. The world aluminium powder marketplace has seen around 2% CAGR during 2009-2016, reaching 589,012 tonnes in volume terms by 2016-end.

To date, the North America region takes the lead in the worldwide market for aluminium powder, capturing close to 40% of the total market pie. Asia and Europe are the second and third leading markets.

The Aluminium Powder Co Ltd., Alcoa, Ecka Granules, Valimet, UC Rusal, Toyal America Inc., and Ampal Inc. are the leading players in the marketplace.

In-demand research report “Aluminium Powder Market” created by IMARC Group is devoted to giving an unprejudiced, comprehensive assessment of the marketplace on a global scale.

The study gives an insightful overview of the aluminium powder industry giving a detailed market overview, market performance such as production and consumption volume trends, market segmentation by end-user, region and company; and offers detailed market forecasts. The report sheds light on the worldwide aluminium powder industry covering market performance, market breakdown by end-use and region, market forecasts, SWOT analysis, an analysis of the value chain, Porter’s five forces analysis, key risk and success factors.  The   study examines the competitive landscape; processing and production requirements; project details, costs and requirements involved; loans and financial support; project economics; expected RoI; and profiles of the leading 7 players.

More in-demand reports by this publisher can be found at IMARC Group page.


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