Skeist Offers a Series of Industry Studies

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Polymer industries consultants Skeist Inc., Whippany, NJ, announce several multi-client, techno-economic marketing studies: Inks II, Polyeurethane, VI, Specialty Polymers V, Coatings VII, and Photopolymers V. (skeistinc.com)

Inks II will provide in depth information on the following:

  • Technical, economic, and marketing information on existing raw materials and end products.
  • US statistical data on materials and end users for 2005 with projections to 2010.
  • Appraisal of trends, growth rates, opportunities, and new product needs.
  • Areas of obsolescence to be avoided.
  • Impact of environmental controls on inks and printing operations.
  • Analysis of leading ink companies, their market shares, distribution channels, and industry concentration.
  • Integration, merger, and acquisition trends.

Polyurethanes VI will provide in-depth

  • US statistical data on materials and end users for 2005 with projections to 2010.
  • Technical, economic, and marketing information on polyurethane products, formulations, and end uses. Major suppliers, users, and market shares will be covered in detail.
  • Impact of new materials and competitive processes.
  • Impact of government health, safety, and environmental regulations.
  • Appraisal of trends, growth rates, opportunities, and new product needs.
  • Areas of obsolescence to be avoided.
  • Integration, merger, and acquisition trends.

Specialty Polymers V is a detailed examination of high-performance polymers providing information on the latest technology, markets, demand, projections, prices, suppliers, end networks (IPN), liquid crystalline polymers (LCP), and trends in polymer research. The Industry Analysis discusses suppliers, with profiles for each of the 62 producers of specialty polymers with sales of at least $15 MM.

Coatings VII provides an investigation of OEM product coatings, architectural paints, and special purpose coatings. The six types of environmentally safer systems—high solids, water-born, electrodeposition, autodeposition, powder coatings, and radiation-curable—receive special emphasis. Technologies, raw materials, applications, government regulations and their impact, consumption, projections, trends, prices, suppliers, and end users are fully examined. The Industry Analysis discusses the top coatings formulators that account for about three-quarters of the business.

Photopolymers V evaluates the photopolymer business, investigating markets such as microelectronics, printed circuits, printing plates, photofabrication, imaging, and stereolithography. The Industry Analysis section includes an assessment of the structure of this business, including a detailed competitive analysis of the top 27 suppliers. The latest developments in technology and equipment also are discussed.

Subscription prices vary for each study. A free brochure with a tentative table of contents for each study is available from Skeist: 973/515-2020, skeistinc@aol.com, or skeistinc.com.



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