Adhesive and Sealant Council defines market size and growth expectations
The Adhesive and Sealant Council (ASC) released its “North American Market Report (NAMR) for Adhesives and Sealants”, a report published every three years, which covers the 2012 – 2015 time period.
The NAMR covers market size and scope for both adhesives and sealants, and includes forecasting and trends analysis. This year’s version includes a section devoted to the growth of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South America (BRICS) as a group, as well as the electronics market segment.
“ASC’s market report is a solid tool that can be leveraged by industry professionals to assess the North American Market and design marketing plans to focus their efforts internally,” said Matthew E. Croson, President of ASC. “We are pleased to add special sections dedicated to an important geographic dynamic with the BRICS countries’ inclusion, the new section focused on electronics, as well as a snapshot of the entire global market.”
The ASC North American Market Report is produced on behalf of the council by DPNA International, a leading market analyst and research firm that is also an affiliate member of the council. The data within the report was collected using primary research and market reports from a variety of sources and in collaboration with several trade organisations. The definitions used within the report are harmonised with the global adhesive and sealant community and outlined in the “ASC-CATIA-FEICA Classification Manual”.
The ASC NAMR report is available to ASC members for USD 750 and to non-members for USD 1,125. Global licenses, which allow a company to share the report to internal teams across their enterprise, are available for USD 2,250 for members and USD 3,300 for non-members.