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This report forecasts US cast polymer demand in square meters to 2019.
World Rubber presents historical demand data (2004, 2009 and 2014) plus forecasts (2019 and 2024) by application (e.g., motor vehicle tires and tire components, non-tire rubber products) and type (synthetic, natural) in six world regions and 23 countries.
Global demand for consumer air treatment systems is projected to increase to over $10 billion in 2019. More than 80 percent of growth will occur in China where poor urban air quality combined with a growing middle class and increasing access to a wider variety of consumer air cleaning systems will cause sales to nearly triple by 2019.
This report forecasts total world demand in 2019 for rubber by type, application, and major world region in metric tons.
This report forecasts total world demand in 2019 for consumer air treatment systems by type, technology, and major world region in US dollars at the manufacturers' level.
Natural Polymers analyzes the US market for natural polymers. It presents historical demand data (2005, 2010 and 2015) plus forecasts (2020 and 2025) by market (food and beverages, medical, oilfield, cosmetics and toiletries, coatings and inks, construction, adhesives, packaging, textiles, other) and product (cellulose ethers, starch and fermentation polymers, exudate and vegetable gums, protein-based polymers, marine polymers, other).
Sales of drones to businesses and consumers will more than triple to become a $2 billion market by 2020. Better performing and affordable drones will make their way into our airspace within the next several years.