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Omnipresent Chemicals: Ceresana Presents Study Regarding the Complete Market for Fluorochemicals


Fluorochemicals can be found almost everywhere: in refrigerators and pharma-ceutical drugs, in crop protection and paints, in clothes as well as in fuel cells. They are also used in the production of aluminum, insulation material, lubricants, anticorrosives, semiconductor chips and innumerable ...


Shale gas boom reduces prices

Ceresana presents the worldwide first study on the entire ethylene value chain in the USA


Ethylene is the by far most important raw material in the petrochemical industry. Consumption is immense: the USA single-handedly processed 25 million tonnes of ethylene in the past year. As the first market research institute ever, Ceresana has analyzed the entire ethylene value chain in a ...


Profound changes on the market for stabilizers


Stabilizers are indispensable additives in the production and processing of many plastics and elastomers. Heat and light stabilizers ensure safe processing and protect products against premature aging and weathering. Especially in the manufacturing of products made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), ...


Do not get from the frying pan into the fire

Ceresana publishes new market report on flame retardants


Flame retardants prevent or delay the combustion of materials and are indispensable in the protection of plastic products, electric devices, construction materials or textiles. An increasing demand for plastics in the construction sector, automotive industry and the segment electrics and ...


Contested Market: Ceresana Publishes New Study on Butanol


Butanol is a higher alcohol mainly manufactured from propylene. Butanol and its derivatives are important ingredients of paints and varnishes, especially so in water-borne formulations. According to the latest market report by Ceresana, global demand for butanol rose by 2.7% p.a. between 2005 and ...


Good prospects for fillers

Ceresana publishes the 3rd edition


The market research institute Ceresana expects the global market for fillers to generate revenues of approx. US$27.7 billion in 2021. In 2013, Asia-Pacific was the worldwide largest sales market for fillers, accounting for 48% of total demand, followed by Western Europe and North America. The two ...


Add color to life: Ceresana publishes market study pigments


In its latest study, Ceresana forecasts global revenues generated with pigments to increase to US$34.2 billion in 2020. Pigments are mainly used in the production of paints and varnishes as well as the coloring of plastics and construction materials. Other applications include the manufacturing ...


Ceresana market study: styrene


In the recently published study, the market research institute Ceresana comprehensively analyzes and describes the development of the global market for styrene. Styrene is an important product in the petrochemical industry and used to manufacture a broad range of day-to-day products. The ...


Ceresana market study: plastic pipes


Pipes made of plastics are becoming more popular in all sectors. They have important advantages compared to those made from other materials such as aluminum, concrete, cast iron, copper, and steel. Due to their low weight, their resistance to corrosive effects and chemicals as well as the simple ...


Ceresana Publishes the First Complete Market Report Regarding Polystyrene


Polystyrene is a widely used, well-established plastic that can be encountered in manysituations in everyday life. In this recently published study, the market research institute Ceresana analyzes and examines the development of the global market for polystyrene. That this market is worth a ...


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