North American Converted Materials Service MarketOpportunity Analysis and Industry Overview

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The converted materials service market is defined by converting and contract manufacturing services provided for a substrate or material. Converting services include coating, laminating, diecutting, embossing, metallizing, perforating, printing, sheeting, slitting, and rewinding. In this market insight, any service provided for a product involves a substrate (material) and a coating or a coated substrate. Substrates that are converted include paper, film, fabric, and foil. This insight covers the region of North America; the end applications studied are automotive & transportation, biotech, medical, & pharma, building & construction, marine, electronics, energy & power generation, manufacturing (chemical, pulp, paper), oil & gas, textile, optical & glass, and packaging.

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North American Converted Materials Service Market—Opportunity Analysis and Industry OverviewExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Opportunity DashboardSegment SplitGross Margins by End Application Gross Margins by Substrate Industry OverviewKey Risks for CompetitorsBusiness ModelsIntroduction and DefinitionsIntroductionKey DefinitionsMarket TrendsMarket DriversMarket Drivers Explained Market Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsMarket Restraints ExplainedMarket Restraints Explained (continued)Market Regulatory OverviewMarket Selection Criteria and Unmet Needs OverviewMarket Estimates and ForecastsTotal Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Service TypeToll Coating Service Revenue Forecast by Product TypeOEM/Contract Manufacturing Service Revenue Forecast by Product TypeOther Converting Service Revenue Forecast by Product TypePercent Revenue Forecast by End ApplicationRevenue Forecast by End ApplicationRevenue Forecast by Substrate TypePercent Revenue Forecast by Coating System per SubstratePaper-based Substrate Revenue Forecast by Coating System TypePaper-based Substrate Percent Revenue Forecast by End ApplicationFilm-based Substrate Revenue Forecast by Coating System TypeFilm-based Substrate Percent Revenue Forecast by End ApplicationFabric and Other-based Substrate Revenue Forecast by Coating System TypeFabric and Other-based Substrate Percent Revenue Forecast by End ApplicationValue Chain and Competitive AnalysisCompetitor CategorizationCompetitor Categorization (continued)Value Chain OverviewNorth American Converted Materials Service Market—Key Competitor Profile SummaryNorth American Converted Materials Service Market—Key Competitor Profile Summary (continued)Industry Characterization by End ApplicationIndustry Characterization by End Application (continued)Industry Characterization by End Application (continued)Product ExamplesProduct Examples (continued)Product Examples (continued)Product Examples (continued)Product Examples (continued)Gross Margins by Service TypeCompany ProfilesCBC Coating—Company Profile Dashboardcei—Company Profile DashboardChase Corporation—Company Profile DashboardPrintpack, Inc.—Company Profile DashboardD&K Group, Inc.—Company Profile DashboardCoveris Advanced Coatings—Company Profile DashboardTransilwrap Co., Inc.—Company Profile DashboardTekra Corporation—Company Profile Dashboard3 Sigma Corporation—Company Profile DashboardSierra Coating Technologies LLC—Company Profile DashboardAppendix Major Companies ContactedAcronymsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndusty Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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