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North American Hydrocarbon Solvents (HCS) MarketOutlook and Trends

Cost Benefits and High Performance will Retain HCS Demand in Growing End-use Markets

  • Research Code : 9AB5-00-09-00-00
  • SKU : FA00036-NA-MR_00299
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  • Release Date : 19-Mar-2015
  • Region : North America
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This market insight covers the North American hydrocarbon solvents (HCS) market. The segments are analyzed by n-paraffins, isoparaffins, special boiling points, aromatics, dearomatized aliphatics, and mineral/white spirits. Aromatics do not include toluene and xylene (T&X). HCS demand, market growth, and trends are discussed for the following vertical markets: paints and coatings, oilfield and drilling, adhesives and sealants, industrial and institutional cleaning, process chemicals, functional fluids, printing inks, pharmaceuticals, and others. Value chain dynamics, purchase process, competitive structure, and key market drivers and restraints are discussed for 20142019. Also included are company profiles, market forecasts, and strategies.
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