Global Decorative Laminates
This report forecasts to 2024 global demand for decorative laminates by product, market, and major world region in square meters. Product segments include: paper laminates, film and foil laminates, and high-pressure laminates.
Reported markets encompass: furniture; cabinets; flooring; wall panels; retail fixtures; countertops; and other markets such as doors, ceilings, and signage.
Major world regions include North America, Western Europe, Asia/Pacific, and all other regions.
To illustrate historical trends, world, product, market, and regional demand (including product and market segments) are provided for 2009, 2014, and 2019. Finally, global production is segmented by major world region and provided for 2009, 2014, 2019, and 2024.
Edgebanding, as well as electrical, electronic, and other industrial laminates, is not included in this report.
Several assumptions have been made in order to ease understanding or to facilitate comparisons. For example, many decorative laminates are produced and sold in roll form to furniture producers or manufacturers, who then bond the laminate to a rigid substrate as part of the manufacturing process. This is frequently done with decorative foils and vinyl films. However, in the case of some decorative laminates, such as saturated papers, the laminates may be bonded to a substrate by the laminates producer and not by the customer due to the expense inherent in purchasing and operating the necessary machinery. So as not to skew the results (since some laminates are sold already bonded to a substrate and are therefore more expensive), all data treat laminates as unmounted.
Other various topics, including profiles of pertinent leading companies, are covered in this report. A full outline of report items by page is available in the Table of Contents.
Related NAICS Code:
326130 Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet (except Packaging), and Shape Manufacturing
337110 Wood Kitchen Cabinet and Countertop Manufacturing
337215 Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing
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