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Article Title: Insulation demand on the rise
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Publication: Construction Canada, 11/12/2012
Freedonia Study: World Insulation (2956)

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A new study conducted by a market research group on insulation products has forecasted global demand for the material will rise 5.5 per cent by 2016. After North American requests for insulation fell during the housing market decline in 2008/2009, this is a substantial increase for the industry. In its report, “World Insulation,” the Freedonia Group predicts the continent’s residential market demand will steadily rise 9.2 per cent from last year to 2016. Freedonia also has specific projections for sales trends in Canada.
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Article Title: Weltmarkt wächst bis 2016 auf 45 Mrd EUR / Größte Zugewinne für Schaumkunststoffe / Freedonia-Studie
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Publication: KI Kunststoff Information, 1/25/2013
Freedonia Study: World Insulation (2956)

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Laut dem Marktforschungsunternehmen Freedonia (Cleveland, Ohio / USA; www.freedoniagroup.com) wird der Weltmarkt für Dämmmaterialien bis 2016 jährlich um 7 Prozent auf ein Volumen von dann fast 60 Mrd USD (gut 45 Mrd EUR) anwachsen. Nach der Studie „World Insulation" soll im selben Zeitraum die verkaufte Menge an Dämmstoffen um jährlich 5 Prozent auf dann 29 Mrd m2 anwachsen. Den raschesten Zuwachs prognostizieren die Amerikaner für Isolierungen aus geschäumtem Kunststoff, da diese Materialien zunehmend für Bauanwendungen eingesetzt werden. Damit verlieren Mineralwolle und Glasfasern Marktanteile, heißt es aus Ohio.
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Article Title: Global Insulation Market Heats Up
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Publication: Durability & Design, 11/9/2012
Freedonia Study: World Insulation (2956)

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Rising building construction, industrial activity and growing per-capita incomes are expected to contribute to the growth, the report said. Spray polyurethane foam and other foamed plastics are projected to lead the insulation market in terms of value. Further boosting demand will be new government regulations requiring building insulation to reduce energy consumption, the report said.
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