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2015-2019 Paint and Coatings Market Consolidation: Who will not survive?

2015-2019 Paint and Coatings Market Consolidation: Who will not survive?

Category : Diagnostic and Biotech
Published On : July  2015
Pages : 142

- Will the industry consolidate, decentralize, or undergo a bimodal transformation? 
- How will the current trends affect the major market segments?
- Which companies will enter the market and which will not survive?

This new 142-page report from provides analysis of the global paint and coatings market outlook, as well as supplier strategies, marketing tactics, and technological know-how.

The report presents a worldwide strategic overview of the paint and coatings market, including:

  • Sales forecasts for major market segments.
  • Sales forecasts for key geographic regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific,  Latin America, Africa, Mideast.
  • In addition, the report reviews the major U.S. and international regulatory, technological, economic, demographic, and social trends with potentially significant impact on the paints and coatings industry during the next five years, including discussion of such key issues as industry consolidation, market globalization, environmental regulations and others.

The companies analyzed in this report are Akzo Nobel, BASF, DuPont, Henkel, Kansai Paint, Nippon Paint, PPG, RPM, Sherwin-Williams, and Valspar.  The company profiles include:

  •   Specific business, new product development and marketing
  •   Major strengths and weaknesses, e.g., managerial, organizational,
      marketing and product development.
  •   Anticipated acquisitions, joint ventures and divestitures.
  •   Promotional tactics.
  •   Distribution approaches.
  •   Product service and support.
  •   Customer relations.
  •   Internally developed and acquired technologies, processes, and related capabilities.
  •   Proprietary technologies and patent litigations.

Contains 142 pages and 3 tables

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