Adhesives and Specialty Monomers Studies Coming Soon

PRESS RELEASE

WHIPPANY, NJ—Skeist Inc. is planning to release two multi-client, techno-economic marketing studies: Adhesives VIII and Specialty Monomers V.

Adhesives VIII will provide product information and interviews with management, technical and marketing people in chemical companies, formulators, end users, equipment suppliers, government agencies, and trade associations. In-depth information will be provided on the following:

  • Technical, economic, and marketing information on raw materials, formulations, and end users, major suppliers, users, market shares, and cacities.
  • Appraisal of trends, growth rates, opportunities, and new product needs.
  • Areas of obsolescence to be avoided.
  • Impact of environmental controls on adhesives and the future of solvent-based products.
  • Industry structure, including integration, merger, and acquisition trends.
Specialty Monomers V will encompass 270 monomers, both olefinic and saturated. Relevant information will be obtained through interviews with producers of monomers and polymers, end users, trade associations, government agencies, and others. While the sudy will not be a science text, the technological aspects will be explored to illuminate key characteristics and commercial opportunities of each material. A section will be devoted to new precursors and polymers that are not yet commercial but show promise of attaining that status. In-depth information will be provided on the following:
  • Technical, economic, and marketing information on about 270 specialty monomers and intermediates.
  • Supply-demand analysis on materials and uses in the U.S. for 2006 with projections to 2011.
  • Appraisal of trends, growth rates, opportunities, and new product needs.
  • Areas of obsolescence to be avoided.
  • Impact of government regulations.
  • Analysis of leading producers of specialty monomers, including their product mix.
  • Integration, merger, and acquisition trends.
A free brochure/prospectus with a tentative table of contents is availbe for each study. To receive one, contact Skeist Inc., 973/515-2020, skeistinc@aol.com.

For more information, visit skeistinc.com.



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