The automotive plastics market report is analyzed owing to material types used and major applications involved in the growth of the global market. The market is evaluated in terms of value (USD Million). The global automotive plastics market is anticipated to witness rapid growth for the next six years. Asia Pacific dominates the market for interior application of automotive plastics in passenger cars followed by Europe and North America respectively. This growth is attributed to the demand for passenger cars and utilization of polypropylene in automotive plastics.
Major drivers responsible for the automotive plastics market growth are ability of plastic to reduce vehicular emission by reducing parts weight, increase of iron and steel prices, recyclability, durability and strength of modern plastic variants. However, the global industry is also constrained by factors like high process reengineering cost, high investment requirement in material research, volatile raw material cost and increasing demand of new biodegradable plastic variants.
Furthermore, the value chain analysis in the report provides the insights into key participants that add value to the market and contribute to the growth in global automotive plastics market. The porter’s five forces analysis brings insights into the industrial structure of the global automotive plastics market with undue focus on supplier power, buyer power, competitive rivalry, substitutes and new entrants.
The global automotive plastics market report is segmented by material type as polypropylene (PP), polyurethane (PU), polyamide (PA), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), polycarbonate (PC), polyethylene (PE), polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), composites. Applications segment the global automotive plastics market report by power trains, under the bonnets/ hood, electrical components, chassis and interior and exterior furnishings. North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East and Africa segment the global automotive plastics market by geography in this report.
Global automotive plastics market report is a secondary research analysis from sources like journals, technical handbooks, industry publications, magazine articles, company annual reports, trade websites and company database. Industrial experts and suppliers were interviewed to obtain primary information on automotive plastics market. Primary research analysis includes facts and figures, market estimations, and future prospects.
The global automotive plastics market report includes competitive landscape of this industry. the report analyzes the business and growth strategies opted by the market players. This resulted in identifying the drivers, restraints, and opportunities of the automotive plastics market. The degree of rivalry in the automotive plastics market is moderate to high. The leading players in the automotive plastic market include AkzoNobel NV, BASF SE, Bayer Material Science AG, Borealis AG,Evonik Industries, Grupo Antolin-Irausa S.A., Momentive Performance Materials Inc., Royal DSM N.V., Johnson Controls, Lear Corporation, Magna International Incorporated, SABIC, Teijin limited.
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Automotive plastics are made from semi liquid polymer exhibiting flow and plasticity. Use of plastic in automotives, has enabled dynamic designs innovation, performance and safety in cars, minivans, SUVs etc. Properties such as scratch resistance, moldability, resistance to abrasion, thermal stability, durability, low cost and toughness gives automotive plastics an edge over other materials in automotive component market.
The most widely used plastics by automotive manufacturers, is polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride and polyurethanes. Interior applications comprising seat belt, floor carpet and various other comfortable and aesthetically pleasing components are made from plastics. In addition, exterior application such as bumpers and other lightweight parts are made from plastics. Apart from passenger cars, plastic components are used in commercial vehicles.
Polyaryletherketone (PAEK) is the new material developed by Solvay for automotive plastics in power trains. Axion Polymers launched new polymer products from recycled automotive to be utilized again in automotive plastics. Stringent regulations to reduce carbon emission and maintain safety standards, manufacturers are opting for automotive plastics for productivity.
The soaring demand of passenger cars and two wheelers in China, India and Japan is contributing to the growth of the market in Asia Pacific. Germany and Italy are leading the use of automotive plastic in car manufacturing in Europe whereas, United States alone accounts for the growth in North America.
Automotive Plastics: Automotive plastics are made from semi liquid polymer exhibiting flow and plasticity.
1. INTRODUCTION TO THE AUTOMOTIVE PLASTICS MARKET
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. MARKET ANALYSIS OF AUTOMOTIVE PLASTICS
4. AUTOMOTIVE PLASTICS MARKET ANALYSIS BY MATERIAL TYPES
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