Over the next five years, further economic improvement will drive down unemployment, increase consumer and business spending and create robust demand conditions for new office buildings, banks, sports centers and other structures that typically contain security glass. Furthermore, rising spending among government agencies as tax revenue increases will promote the construction of new municipal buildings. Lastly, further growth in demand for automobiles on a global scale will increase purchases of security glass used in car manufacturing. These factors will drive up demand for security glass. However, continued competition from foreign manufacturing facilities and from substitute products will limit growth. IBISWorld forecasts industry revenue will grow over the five years to 2017. For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Security Glass Manufacturing in the US industry report page.
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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics
This industry manufactures reinforced architectural and automotive glass (i.e. security glass). These products are primarily used in building construction, maintenance and repair, and in automobiles. The processes to manufacture these products include glass laminating, tempering, thermal and chemical strengthening, annealing, insulating and other aesthetic processing.
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