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Article Title: Global sales to reach USD 37 bn in 2017 led by Asia / Strong growth forecast for 3D plastic printers
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Publication: PIE Plastics Information Europe, 12/13/2013
Freedonia Study: World Plastics Processing Machinery (3093)

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Global sales of plastics processing machinery are forecast to rise by 6.9% annually to USD 37.1 bn (EUR 27 bn) between 2012 and 2017, led by strengthening demand in Asia Pacific, according to US-market researcher Freedonia (Cleveland, Ohio; www.freedonia.com). Asia Pacific demand is expected to grow by 7.5% per year to USD 20.0 bn in 2017, with the fastest growth, 12%, in India. China is by far the largest national equipment market, accounting for 29% of all sales in 2012.
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Article Title: Global machine market to continue upward curve
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Publication: European Plastics News, 1/6/2014
Freedonia Study: World Plastics Processing Machinery (3093)

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Global demand for plastics processing machinery is expected to increase by 6.9% annually to reach $37.1bn (€27.1bn) in 2017, according to US research group Freedonia. In a new study, it attributed this growth to a better sales climate, resulting from acceleration in fixed investment spending and growth in the production of plastic goods. The packaging market will remain the largest for plastics processing machinery, accounting for more than one-third of all 2017 sales. The next largest end-markets are consumer products and construction. Injection moulding equipment will continue to be the most significant type of processing machinery, accounting for nearly two-fifths of new sales in 2017, due to its versatility across a wide range of applications, said Freedonia.
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Article Title: K-Maschinen: Weiterhin gutes globales Wachstum
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Publication: Kunststoff Web, 1/14/2014
Freedonia Study: World Plastics Processing Machinery (3093)

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Bis zum Jahr 2017 soll der weltweite Markt für Kunststoffmaschinen um 6,9 Prozent jährlich auf ein Volumen von dann 37,1 Mrd USD (27 Mrd EUR) anwachsen. Die Marktforscher von Freedonia (Cleveland, Ohio / USA) machen dafür in der aktuellen Studie „World plastics processing machinery” vor allem die starke Nachfrage in der Region Asien / Pazifik verantwortlich. Hier soll die Wachstumsrate 7,5 Prozent p.a. auf 20 Mrd USD betragen. Indien wachse mit 12 Prozent am stärksten.
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