Opportunities for Plastics in the European Automotive Glazing Market

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There are three main materials being used at the moment in automotive glazing, and the automotive industry is strongly influenced by new designs and by the strong requirements on the materials it uses. This research focuses on the western European automotive glazing market, providing a forecast for each material involved. It also includes a discussion of other materials that are currently being considered for potential future automotive glazing applications.

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Opportunities for Plastics in the European Automotive Glazing Market, Executive SummaryIntroductionIntroduction to the MarketResearchKey Research FindingsOpportunities for Plastics in the European Automotive Glazing Market, Western European Automotive Glazing MarketIntroductionIntroductionDefinitions and AbbreviationsMarket ForecastMarket DriversMarket RestraintsPositioning by ProductsTotal Market ForecastMarket Forecast for Tempered GlassMarket Forecast for Laminated GlassMarket Forecast for PolycarbonateMarket and Technology TrendsMarket and Technology TrendsMarket Penetration AnalysisCompetitive Analysis of the Western European Automotive Glazing MarketCompetitive OverviewIntroductionCompetitive AnalysisGlazing SuppliersPVB SuppliersPolycarbonate SuppliersPMMA SuppliersOther CompaniesOpportunities for Plastics in the European Automotive Glazing Market, DKIPDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsGlass SuppliersPolycarbonate ProducersPVB ProducersPMMA ProducersOthersFrost & Sullivan AwardsTechnology Innovation Award

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