The market for chlorinated polyethylene resins and elastomers is expected to reach US$600 million by 2022 and US$1,297 million by 2032, growing at a CAGR of 8%. Thermoplastic polymers with improved physical and chemical properties include chlorinated polyethylene (CPE) resins and elastomers. These are used as thermoplastic elastomer modifiers for several resins including polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) (PE). Chlorinated polyethylene resins are resistant to abrasion, chemicals, heat, fire and oil.
The report is intended to provide an unbiased analysis. It therefore offers concise coverage of key market dynamics, including drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges. It also provides detailed information on the market structure of Chlorinated Polyethylene Resins and Elastomers (CPE). FMI’s in-house chemical and materials team provides valuable insights that are validated with the latest data. The report also provides access to an extensive database tracking existing and emerging trends and innovations in chemicals and materials in over 100 countries.
FMI’s latest report on the Global Chlorinated Polyethylene Resins and Elastomers (CPE) Market provides an analysis of the regulatory landscape and profitable epidemiology. The study also tracks the global Primary Chlorinated Polyethylene Resins and Elastomers (CPE) sales in 20+ high growth markets along with detailed coverage of the impact of COVID-19 on the Chlorinated Polyethylene Resins and Elastomers (CPE) market.
In recent years, the chemical and materials industry has seen significant technological advances in various sectors. Coupled with this, the increased R&D activities following the outbreak of COVID-19 have had a positive impact on overall growth.
With the development of petroleum, oil and gas companies and R&D activities, the market has seen healthy expansion. FMI’s latest report provides key details…