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Published Date: 2014-02-04Number of Pages: 98

Building and Construction Plastics Market (PVC, PS, Acrylics, PU, TPE, Composite Materials and Others) For Pipes & Ducts, Insulation, Door Fittings and Other Applications: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast, 2013 - 2019

Building & construction plastics are organic polymers of higher molecular mass often containing additives. The plastics are preferred in building & construction asit is light weight and energy efficient. In addition, plastics have several characteristics such as scratch resistance, durability, design freedom and flexibility.The plastics used in the building& construction have lower maintenance and range of waste management options. The building & construction plastics are classified as PVC, PS, acrylics, PU, TPE, composite materials and others (PET, PP, PE, etc.). PVC is the most used plastic in the building& construction industry.PVC finds applications in pipes & ducts, windows & door profiles and roofing. Composite materials are second largest market for building& construction plastics and are used in concrete reinforcement and bathroom accessories among others.Acrylics and TPE are expected to grow in the near future due to increasing demand from the construction industry with flexible design.Other types of plastics finds applications in roofing, cladding and insulation. 

Building & construction plastics are used in the infrastructure industry in major applications such aspipes & ducts, insulation, door fittings and others. The other significant applications of building & construction plastics include cladding, floor and wall insulation,water proofing, concrete reinforcement and windows & door profiles. In addition, there is a huge demand of plastics from building & construction industry. The demand has increased due to various applications in flexible architectural designs and renovation of old buildings.

The global building and construction market is growing owing to the continuously increasing population and changing lifestyles, especially in emerging economies such as India, China and Brazil.Growth in the building& construction sector coupled with urbanization in BRIC countries has been driving the global building and construction plastics market in the past few years.However, the price impact of upstream raw materials such as crude oil and feed stock is anticipated to hamper the growth of the building & construction plastics market.Increasing application scope of building& construction plastics in the green building market coupled with rising demand for bio-based plastics are expected to open opportunities for the growth of the market over the coming years. 

PVC components were the majorly consumedbuilding& construction plasticsin the market in 2012 and accounted for around 35% of the global demand. Composite materials were the second largest consumed building & construction plastics in the market. Acrylics are expected to grow within the forecast period on account of their increasing usage in applications such as surface coatings, adhesives and sealants among others.TPE are another type of building& construction plastics whose demand is anticipated to grow over the forecast period due to rising demand of flexible structures. Demand for otherbuilding & construction plastics such as PP, PE and PETis expected to be steady due to a substantially higher demand from other building & construction plastics in the near future.

Pipes & ducts accounted for a major portion of the building & construction plastics market and accounted for over 30% of the global demand in 2012. The demand for building& construction plastics in the pipes & ducts has been growing rapidly over the past few years owing to the properties of plastics such as thermal conductivity and insulation. The pipes & ducts market is likely to follow a similar trend over the next few years. Growing construction market in emerging countries has led to a significant rise, leading to higher demand forbuilding& construction plastics.Furthermore, increasing use of building& construction plasticsininsulation due to plastic being bad conductor of electricity is expected to drive building& construction plastics market. Usage of building & construction plastics ininsulation has been significantly rising and is expected to follow a similar drift in the next six years.

The building& construction plasticsdemand was highestfrom North America in 2012 accounting over 30% of the global market, owing to growing demand from building and construction industry. The demand for pipes & ducts, insulation, cladding and other construction applications is currently the largest in North America and is expected to significantly grow with the increasing development in residential complexes. However, demand from other regions such as Europeis expected to be low due to certain environmental regulations regarding PVC, PU and other plastics. The demand for building& construction plastics is expected to increase in Asia Pacific due to rising building& construction industry owing to increasing population and urbanization in this part of the world.

Companies such as BASF SE, DuPont, Borealis AG, The Dow Chemical Company, Solvay SA, Arkema SA and PetroChina Ltd. account for less than 10% market share each. In addition, the building& construction plastics market is dominated by largeglobal manufacturers of building & construction plastics. 

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The report covers forecast and analysis for the building & construction plasticsmarket on a global and regional level. The study provides historical data of 2012 along with a forecast from 2013 to 2019 based on both volumes (kilo tons) and revenue (USD million). The study includes drivers and restraints for the building & construction plasticsmarket along with the impact they have on the demand over the forecast period. Additionally, the report includes the study of opportunities available in the building & construction plasticsmarket on a global and regional level. 

In order to give the users of this report a comprehensive view on the building & construction plastics Market, we have included a detailed value chain analysis. To understand the competitive landscape in the market, an analysis of Porter’s Five Forces model for the building & construction plastics market has also been included. The study encompasses a market attractiveness analysis, wherein product segments are benchmarked based on their market size, growth rate, general attractiveness and company market share. Inflation is not a part of pricing in this report. Prices of building& construction plastics and its derivatives vary in each region; hence, a similar volume to revenue ratio does not follow for each individual region. The same price for each application has been taken into account while estimating and forecasting market revenue on a global basis. Regional average price has been considered while breaking down this market by end application in each region.

The report provides market size of building& construction plastics for 2011 and 2012 and forecasts for the next six years. The global building& construction plastics market size is given in terms of both volume as well as revenue. Market volumes are defined in kilo tons, while market revenue is in USD million. Market numbers are estimated based on various building& construction plastics products and key end application markets. Market size and forecast for each major application is provided in the context of the global as well as regional markets. The numbers provided in this report are derived on the basis of demand for building& construction plastics from various end-user industries in different regions. For the research report, we conducted in-depth interviews and discussions with a wide range of key industry participants and opinion leaders. Primary research represented the bulk of research efforts, supplemented by an extensive secondary research. We reviewed the key players’ product literature, annual reports, press releases and relevant documents for competitive analysis and market understanding. Secondary research also includes a search of recent trade, technical writing, internet sources, and statistical data from government websites, trade associations and agencies. This has proven to be the most reliable, effective and successful approach for obtaining precise market data, capturing industry participants’ insights, and recognizing business opportunities.

The study provides a decisive view on the building & construction plasticsmarket by segmenting the market based on product types and applications. All the product and application segments have been analyzed based on present and future trends and the CAGR for the market is estimated between 2013 and 2019. The regional segmentation includes the current and forecast demand for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World (RoW). This segmentation includes demand for individual applications in all the regions.

The report covers detailed competitive outlook including the market share and company profiles of the key participants operating in the global market. Key players profiled in the report include BASF SE, Borealis AG, DuPont, The Dow Chemical Company, Solvay SA, Arkema SA and PetroChina Ltd. among others. Company profiles include attributes such as company overview, financial overview, business strategy, SWOT analysis and recent developments.The market has been segmented as below:

Building & Construction Plastics Market: Product Segment Analysis
  • Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
  • Polystyrene (PS)
  • Acrylics
  • Polyurethanes (PU)
  • Thermoplastics Elastomers (TPE)
  • Composite materials
  • Others (Includes polypropylene, polycarbonates, etc.)

Building & Construction Plastics Market: Application Analysis
  • Pipes & Ducts
  • Insulation 
  • Door Fittings
  • Others (Including roofing, cladding, water proofing, etc.)

Building & Construction Plastics Market: Regional Analysis
  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Rest of the World


 
 
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