Glass fibers are a group of several very minute fibers of glass in the form of strands or woven materials basically in fabric form. Glass fibers are essentially used in the preparation of reinforced glass polymers also known as fiber glass. Essential properties of glass fiber such as thermal and electrical insulation makes it a remarkable industrial product.
Applications bifurcate global glass fibers market into industrial, consumer goods, wind turbine, transportation, building & construction and others (including fiber glass cloth, oil & gas applications, etc.). Based on product global glass fiber market is classified as performance glass fibers and E-class glass fibers. Performance polymers provide very high performance in several industrial applications and thus are known as performance polymers.
E-class glass fibers owing to their low cost are widely used and is a major product segment to prominently drive this market. Growth of the construction industry and change in living standards of people upsurge the growth of global glass fibers market. Wind turbines and transportation are major end-user industries with high demand for glass fibers. This in turn rapidly empowers the growth of global glass fibers market. Other application segments such as consumer goods and textiles are further expected to open new opportunities for this market for the forecast period.
Asia Pacific owing to the presence of major developing regions like China and India is the leading geography for this market. Europe and North America are mature markets with substantial market growth. Key participants in the global glass fibers market are Nippon Electric Glass Co. Ltd., Johns Manville Corporation, AGY Holding Corporation, PPG Industries, Inc. and Jushi Group Co. Ltd.
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Glass Fibers By Product
1. INTRODUCTION TO THE GLASS FIBERS MARKET
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. MARKET ANALYSIS OF GLASS FIBERS
4. GLASS FIBERS MARKET ANALYSIS BY PRODUCT
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