It is clear that plastics have gains share from more traditional materials used in vehicle production such as glass and metals – but what further penetration is possible? How will the penetration of competing plastics, polymer compounds and polymer composites evolve. Which material will be the winner and losers?
The automotive industry is the second most important consuming sector of polymers after construction. Therefore, changes in material usage can have major implications on polymer demand and the financial performance of polymer producers.
Nexant Thinking has produced a detailed study which examines the main plastics used in automotive production and how materials usage trends are likely to evolve.
The study will consider:
This report will incorporate expertise that Nexant has gained over many years examining polymer market trends in the automotive industry as well as the results from extensive and global interview programme called OEMs, automotive suppliers, regulators and other innovators who will influence material usage in vehicles over the next decade.
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