Growth Opportunities for Global Plastics in Consumer Goods & Household Applications

Growth Opportunities for Global Plastics in Consumer Goods & Household Applications

Product Developments in Plastics Made with More Recycled Content Support Sustainability Trends

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12-Sep-2023
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Research Code: PEDA-01-00-00-00
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This study presents an assessment of the global market for plastics in consumer goods and household products. Analysis covers the demand for plastics in consumer goods by end-use application, including housewares, furniture, footwear, and toys and sports equipment; and by plastic type, including commodity plastics, engineering plastics, thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs), polyurethanes (PU), silicones, and styrene-butadiene latex.

Frost & Sullivan assesses the current size of plastics in the consumer goods and household applications market by factors such as end-use sector growth; substitution potential and customer preference; and political, regulatory, environmental, and raw material trends. These factors are classified under drivers and restraints and inform the forecast analysis. Regionally, Asia-Pacific is the market leader due to its dominant share in global consumer goods output.

Rapid urbanization, increasing discretionary spending, and the eCommerce boom are the main drivers of demand for consumer goods. In addition, an ever-increasing focus on ensuring sustainability across the value chain is likely to cause a dynamic change for the industry, especially in the raw materials and customer preferences areas. In particular, stringent regulations and policies coupled with increasing responsibility to protect the environment have prompted industry participants to channel efforts toward adopting greener alternatives to plastic. Increasing preference to adopt eco-friendly alternatives, including bio-based offerings composed of recyclates, will play a crucial role in plastic product and application development activities.

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Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Plastics for Consumer Goods and Household Applications Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Geographic Scope

Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Driver Analysis

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraint Analysis

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

Noteworthy Standards and Regulations

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraint Analysis (continued)

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue and Volume Forecast

Average Price Forecast

Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Plastic Material

Volume Forecast by Plastic Material

Revenue Forecast by End Industry

Volume Forecast by End Industry

Forecast Analysis by Plastic Material and by End Industry

Revenue Forecast by Region

Volume Forecast by Region

Forecast Analysis by Region

Sustainability Trends

Sustainability Trends (continued)

Market Trends—Overview

Market Trends (continued)

Market Trends (continued)

Market Trends (continued)

Competitive Environment

List of Market Participants

Revenue Share

Revenue Share Analysis

Product Matrix

Product Matrix (continued)

Product Matrix (continued)

Product Matrix (continued)

Value Chain

Value Chain Analysis

Developments and M&A Activities

Developments and M&A Activities (continued)

Segment Characteristics and Overview

Growth Metrics

Revenue and Volume Forecast

Average Price Forecast

Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Plastic Material

Volume Forecast by Plastic Material

Forecast Analysis by Plastic Material

Analysis by Region

Analysis by Region (continued)

SABIC—Case Study

Biffa Polymers—Case Study

Segment Characteristics and Overview

Growth Metrics

Revenue and Volume Forecast

Average Price Forecast

Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Plastic Material

Volume Forecast by Plastic Material

Forecast Analysis by Plastic Material

Revenue, Volume, and Average Price Forecast Analysis—SB Latex

Analysis by Region

Analysis by Region (continued)

Neste—Case Study

Covestro AG—Case Study

Plastic Waste Recycling to Furniture

Segment Characteristics and Overview

Growth Metrics

Revenue and Volume Forecast

Average Price Forecast

Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Plastic Material

Volume Forecast by Plastic Material

Forecast Analysis by Plastic Material

Analysis by Region

Analysis by Region (continued)

SABIC—Case Study

LG Chem Ltd.—Case Study

Toys and Sports Equipment Recycling Initiatives

Segment Characteristics and Overview

Growth Metrics

Revenue and Volume Forecast

Average Price Forecast

Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Plastic Material

Volume Forecast by Plastic Material

Forecast Analysis by Plastic Material

Analysis by Region

Analysis by Region (continued)

Covestro AG—Case Study

The Dow Chemical Company—Case Study

Braskem—Case Study

Lubrizol—Case Study

Footwear Recycling Initiatives

Growth Opportunity 1: Promote Material Innovation

Growth Opportunity 1: Promote Material Innovation (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Bioplastics to Boost Demand for Sustainable Consumer Goods

Growth Opportunity 2: Bioplastics to Boost Demand for Sustainable Consumer Goods (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Collaboration and Acquisition across the Value Chain

Growth Opportunity 3: Collaboration and Acquisition across the Value Chain (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Technologies to Improve Productivity and Quality

Growth Opportunity 4: Technologies to Improve Productivity and Quality (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This study presents an assessment of the global market for plastics in consumer goods and household products. Analysis covers the demand for plastics in consumer goods by end-use application, including housewares, furniture, footwear, and toys and sports equipment; and by plastic type, including commodity plastics, engineering plastics, thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs), polyurethanes (PU), silicones, and styrene-butadiene latex. Frost & Sullivan assesses the current size of plastics in the consumer goods and household applications market by factors such as end-use sector growth; substitution potential and customer preference; and political, regulatory, environmental, and raw material trends. These factors are classified under drivers and restraints and inform the forecast analysis. Regionally, Asia-Pacific is the market leader due to its dominant share in global consumer goods output. Rapid urbanization, increasing discretionary spending, and the eCommerce boom are the main drivers of demand for consumer goods. In addition, an ever-increasing focus on ensuring sustainability across the value chain is likely to cause a dynamic change for the industry, especially in the raw materials and customer preferences areas. In particular, stringent regulations and policies coupled with increasing responsibility to protect the environment have prompted industry participants to channel efforts toward adopting greener alternatives to plastic. Increasing preference to adopt eco-friendly alternatives, including bio-based offerings composed of recyclates, will play a crucial role in plastic product and application development activities.
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Author Simran Tamboli
Industries Chemicals and Materials
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Household Plastics Industry
Keyword 2 Plastics In Household Applications
Keyword 3 Plastic Material Solutions
Podcast No
Predecessor ME2C-01-00-00-00
WIP Number PEDA-01-00-00-00