Polyvinyl Chloride Market report categorizes the global polyvinyl chloride market on the basis of its applications, end-user industries, raw materials, polymerization processes, and geography along with forecasts of volumes, revenue and trends.(http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/polyvinyl-chloride-market-201158187.html)
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The report, “Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Market by Raw Material (EDC & Acetylene), Polymerization Process, Product, End User Industry (Construction, Automotive, Electrical, Packaging, Footwear), Type of Application, & Geography – Trends and Forecasts to 2018”, defines and segments the PVC market with the analysis and forecasting of the consumption in terms of volume and value.
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Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely used plastics in the world which is produced by polymerizing vinyl chloride monomers. Various properties of PVC like abrasion resistance, light weight, good mechanical strength, and toughness enable its wide use in construction, automotive, packaging, and electrical industries.
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PVC is largely used in pipes, windows, flooring, roofing, inflatable structures, and lighter structures. PVC contributes to the quality, cost-effectiveness, and safety of construction material and is the most widely used polymer used in the building & construction applications. Construction industry is a highly growing segment with remarkable growth trends around the globe, except Europe, due to economic downturns and maturity of manufacturing industry.
Also, the automotive industry is one of the most dynamic industries and is also among the major consumer segments of plastics. On an average, 150.0 kg of plastics is consumed for manufacturing a vehicle and out of which, nearly 10.0% is PVC based plastics. According to the industry experts, the use of every 100 kg of plastics, including PVC, can replace 200 to 300 kg of traditional material employed for automotive production and it has also got the potential to reduce fuel consumption by 750.0 liters over an average life span of a vehicle.
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