Multilayer Flooring, a New Subcategory: Taking the Resilient Market to the Next Level

Multilayer Flooring, a New Subcategory: Taking the Resilient Market to the Next Level

Lately, the resilient flooring market has seen a lot of evolution, in large part due to growth in luxury vinyl tile (LVT). However, this rise in demand is also spurred by advancements in a lesser-known product group: multilayer flooring.


E-Commerce Boom Boosts Box Market

E-Commerce Boom Boosts Box Market

The percentage of Americans who do at least some of their shopping online has increased dramatically over the last five years. In fact, the e-commerce market is forecast to grow at 10.9% annually until 2022. As a result, the box industry is reaping the benefits.

  Industry Studies      Packaging    

Lawn & Garden Robots: 4 Key Companies to Watch

Lawn & Garden Robots: 4 Key Companies to Watch

Although the US market for lawn and garden robots is substantially smaller than that of Europe (where generally smaller lawn sizes have supported rapid demand growth for robotic lawn mowers in recent years), it’s expected to more than double in value from 2018 to 2022, reaching $95 million.

  Consumer Goods      Industry Studies    

3 Key Opportunities for US Residential Roofing Producers in 2019 & Beyond

3 Key Opportunities for US Residential Roofing Producers in 2019 & Beyond

While weather patterns and housing activity largely govern the US residential roofing market, the devil is in the details when it comes to understanding key growth trends. For example, as builders and homeowners increasingly specify roofing materials of greater durability – and higher cost – demand for some roofing products, such as laminated asphalt shingles, will rise at an above-average rate.

But there’s plenty of opportunity for industry participants to make themselves more valuable. Here are 3 major trends for residential roofing manufacturers to keep an eye on going forward.


Common Agricultural Policy Reforms Could Cut into EU Equipment Sales

Common Agricultural Policy Reforms Could Cut into EU Equipment Sales

Since 1962, the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has supported farmers in member states through a wide-ranging system of subsidies and programs. However, with Brexit impending, the EU is anticipating around a $!4 billion loss in annual funds, adding urgency to the numerous calls to adopt a more sustainable approach to the CAP.