North American Automotive OEM Direct Glazing Adhesive MarketOutlook and Trends

High Bond Performance and Compliance with Safety Standards in Automotive OEM Market Boosts Demand for DGX Adhesives

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This market insight covers North American direct glazing (DGX) adhesives in the automotive OEM market. Research segments are analyzed by polyurethanes and others, including silane-modified polymers. Demand for DGX adhesives, market growth, and trends are discussed at the total and segment levels for vertical markets: light- and medium vehicles, and heavy-duty vehicles (e.g., buses and trucks). Market sizes and growths have been provided (2014—2021) at the total and vertical market levels. Value chain dynamics, purchase process, and competitive structure are discussed in detail, in addition to key market drivers, major industry challenges, company highlights, competitive structure, market metrics, market shares, revenue, market strategies, and end uses.

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North American Automotive OEM Direct Glazing Adhesive Market—Outlook and TrendsExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)North American OEM Automotive DGX Adhesives Market—Opportunity DashboardMarket by Product TypeMarket by Product Type (continued)Market by Product Type (continued)Summary of Product and Vendor Selection CriteriaIntroduction to DGX Adhesive SystemsIntroductionIntroduction (continued)Introduction (continued)DGX Polyurethane Adhesive SystemAdhesive System FactorsAdhesive System Factors (continued)Adhesive System Factors (continued)Factors by Adhesive Performance and ProcessAdhesive Selection FactorsAdhesive Selection Factors (continued)Adhesive Selection Factors (continued)Adhesive Selection Factors (continued)Regulatory EnvironmentRegulatory Environment—FMVSSRegulatory Environment—FMVSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—FMVSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—FMVSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—FMVSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—ANSI/AGRSSRegulatory Environment—ANSI/AGRSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—ANSI/AGRSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—ANSI/AGRSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—ANSI/AGRSS (continued)Regulatory Environment—MexicoRegulatory Environment—CanadaRegulatory Environment—Lightweighting and PlasticsRegulatory Environment—Lightweighting and Plastics (continued)OEM Product Selection Criteria and Unmet NeedsProduct Selection CriteriaOEM Product Selection Factors—DefinitionsOEM Product Selection Factors—Definitions (continued)OEM Product Selection Factors—Definitions (continued)Product ExamplesProduct Examples (continued)Product Examples (continued)Product Examples (continued)Major Unmet Need—Ultimate Cure TimeMajor Unmet Need—Ultimate Cure Time (continued)Summary of Unmet NeedsOEM Value Chain and Competitive StructureValue Chain AnalysisValue Chain Analysis—DiscussionValue Chain Analysis—Discussion (continued)Value Chain Analysis—Discussion (continued)Competitive AnalysisCompetitive Analysis (continued)OEM Purchase ProcessPurchase ProcessPurchase Process (continued)Purchase Process (continued)Purchase Process (continued)Purchase Process (continued)Manufacturing Trends in North AmericaNorth America Manufacturing Trends—Petrochemicals and Auto OEMNorth American Petrochemical Manufacturing—Impact of Shale Gas BoomNorth American Petrochemical Manufacturing—Isocyanates and PolyurethanesNorth American Petrochemical Manufacturing—Isocyanates and Polyurethanes (continued)North American Auto OEM Manufacturing—In-shoring/ Renaissance in United StatesNorth American Auto OEM Manufacturing—In-shoring/ Renaissance in United States (continued)North American Auto OEM Manufacturing—Competitiveness of MexicoNorth American Auto OEM Manufacturing—Competitiveness of Mexico (continued)North American Auto OEM Manufacturing—Competitiveness of Mexico (continued)North American Auto OEM Manufacturing—Competitiveness of Mexico (continued)Industry Challenges and Market DriversIndustry ChallengesIndustry Challenges DiscussionIndustry Challenges Discussion (continued)Market DriversMarket Drivers ExplainedMarket Drivers Explained (continued)Market Drivers Explained (continued)Market Drivers Explained (continued)Market Drivers Explained (continued)Market Drivers Explained (continued)Forecast and Trends—OEM Automotive DGX Adhesives MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsDemand EstimatesRevenue and Unit Shipment ForecastPricing TrendsPricing Trends (continued)Pricing Trends and ForecastPricing Trends by CountryOEM Automotive DGX Adhesives Market by CountryPercent Revenue and Unit Shipment by CountryPercent Revenue Forecast by CountryRevenue Forecast by CountryPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by CountryUnit Shipment Forecast by CountryOEM Automotive DGX Adhesives Market by Product TypePercent Revenue and Unit Shipment by Product TypePercent Revenue Forecast by Product TypeRevenue Forecast by Product TypePercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Product TypeUnit Shipment Forecast by Product TypeOEM Automotive DGX Adhesives Market by Vehicle ApplicationPercent Revenue and Unit Shipment by Vehicle ApplicationPercent Revenue Forecast by Vehicle Application Revenue Forecast by Vehicle ApplicationPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle ApplicationUnit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle ApplicationLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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