Visiongain introduces brand new report: & # 39; Automotive Composites Market Report 2018-2028 & # 39; – Press release



LONDON, 01 Oct., 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Content of the report includes: predictions and analysis per component (interior, body, engine and powertrain, others), by type of polymer matrix composites (PMC) (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP)) ), Glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP), Aramid Fiber Reinforced Polymer (AFRP), Metal Matrix Composites (MMC), Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC) by thermoplastic polymers (PP, PA, HPP, others) & thermosetting polymers (Epoxy, Polyurethane, Vinyl) Ester, Phenolics) plus leading companies

The global market for Automotive Composites will reach $ 15.7 billion in 1998 Visiongain.

The chief analyst of the report said: "The Automotive composites market is about to enter a period of phenomenal growth and innovation. The next ten years will be the great acceptance of Automotive Composites, a boom in the emerging markets, but also a series of R & D projects and innovations of other technologies that can become game changers that are subject to successful commercialization.

"Automotive composites have the potential to grow tremendously within the Automotive Industry. The new emission standards that have already been established by the E.U. and US commissions have forced the OEM car to use composite parts for vehicle production to produce lighter and more efficient cars. "

To see a free report overview, click on: https://www.visiongain.com/report/automotive-composites-market-report-2018-2028/

The 359 page report contains 330 tables and graphs that add visual analysis to explain developments in the Automotive Composites market. Visiongain offers value predictions for the period 2018-2028 for the types of Composites, fiber type, Harstype and Components, the different segments in the report.

Send an email for report page & # 39; s [email protected] or click on: https://www.visiongain.com/report/automotive-composites-market-report-2018-2028/

The report offers market forecasts and analyzes for 16 leading national markets and the rest of the world market. In addition, the report contains a chapter dedicated to leading companies that manages more than 10 companies that are leading in Automotive Composites.

Profiles from the leading OEMs for the automotive industry using automotive composites
BMW AG
Daimler AG
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)
Ford Motor Company
General Motors (GM)
Hyundai-Kia
PSA Peugeot-Citroen
Toyota Motor Corporation
Volkswagen Group

Profiles of the leading companies in the automotive composites sector
AGY overview
Cytec Industries Inc.
Dow Automotive Systems
DuPont
Gurit Holding AG
Johnson Controls Company
Saertex
Scott Bader
SGL Group
Teijin (Toho Tenax)
Ten Cate
Toray Industries

The Automotive Composites Market Report 2018-2028: Projections and analysis per component (interior, body, engine and powertrain, others), by type of polymer matrix composites (PMC) (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP), glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP), aramid fiber Reinforced Polymer (AFRP)) , Metal Matrix Composites (MMC), Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC) by thermoplastic polymers (PP, PA, HPP, others) & thermosetting polymers (epoxy, polyurethane, vinyl ester, phenolics) plus leading companies report will be of value to anyone who wants to better understand the market of Automotive Composites and its different segments. It is useful for companies that want to understand the part of the market that they are already involved in or that want to enter or expand another regional or technical part of the Automotive Composites sector.

Full list of companies mentioned in the report include:
3A Composites

3B – The Fiberglass Company

3M

AB Volvo

Abaris training resources

Acrolab Ltd.

Adler Group

Advanced Composites Group

AGY

AGY Asia

AGY US

Ahlstrom

Aircelle

Airtech Europe

Alcan Baltek

Alcoa

Amber Composites

AMEL automotive composites

AOC LLC

AOC Resins

Asahi Kasei Plastics

Ashland Performance Materials

Ashland Specialty Chemical

ASL Aircraft Services GmbH

Aston Martin

Attwater Group

Audi AG

Auto21 Group

Automotive Composites Consortium

Avtovaz

Axon Automotive,

Azdel Inc.

BAE Systems

Barracuda Advanced Composites

BASF

Bayer material science

Beijing Automotive

Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH

Benteler-SGL

Bluestar fibers

BMC Inc.

BMW Group

bombardier

Borealis

Bosch GmbH

Braden Partners L.P

shine

BYD Automotive

CCP Composites

Chang & # 39; an Automobile

Chery

Chrysler

Composite Materials (Italy) S.r.l., (CIT),

Continental Corporation

Continental Structural Plastics (CSP

Core Molding Technologies

Coriolis composites

Cristex

Crosby Composites

Cytec Industries Inc

Daimler AG

Dana Holding Corp.

Dassault systems

Delphi

Denso

DIAB Group

Dieffenbacher

Dongfeng Motor Corporation

Dow Automotive Systems

Dow Chemical Company

Dr. Schnabel GmbH & Co.KG

Dralon GmbH

DSM Composite Resins

DuPont

epo GmbH

ESI group

European thermoplastic automotive composites (eTAC)

e-Xstream engineering

Faurecia

Seat for Faurecia car & # 39; s

Federal Mogul

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)

Fiber Corporation

Fiber Glass Industries

Fisipe Fibras Sintéticas de Portugal S.A.

Fokker Aerostructures

Ford Motor Company

Formax

Formosa Plastics Corp

Fraunhofer ICT-A

Gazechim composites

General Motors (GM)

GH Craft Ltd

Gordon Murray Design Ltd.

Gurit Automotive

Gurit Holdings AG

Henkel Corporation

Hexcel Corporation

Hivocomp Consortium

Honda Motor Company

Huntsman Advanced Materials

Hyosung Corporation

Hyundai Motor Company

Hyundai-Kia

IDI Composites International

Innegrity

INVISTA Engineering Polymers

Jaguar Land Rover

JDR Automotive Composites Limited

JEC Composites ltd,

Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls Automotive Experience

Johnson Controls GmbH

Kringlan composites

Lotte Chemical

Lotus Cars

LyondellBasell

MAG Industrial Automation Systems

Magna Exteriors and Interiors

Magnetti Marelli

Mahindra Mahindra

Mahle

Main Union Industrial Ltd

Matrasur composites

Mazda

McLaren

McLaren Automotive Composites

Mecaplast Group

MicroBiopharm Japan

Milliken Chemical

Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Rayon

Mitsui & Co. Ltd.

Cast glass fiber companies

Momentive Specialty Chemicals

NanoGram Corporation

Nippon Graphite Fiber Corporation

Nissan

Norco GRP

Novelis

OMNIA LLC

Owens Corning Automotive

Park Electrochemical Corporation

Paxford Composites

Penso.

Performance Materials Corporation Baycomp

Plasan USA

PlasanCarbon composites

PlastiComp, LLC

Plasticolors included

Platinum shares

Polyscope Polymers

Polystrand

Porsche

PowerBlades GmbH

PPG Industries

PRF composite materials

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)

Propex Fabrics,

PSA

Pultrex

Quadrant Plastics Composites

Quantum Composites

Quickstep Technologies

Reichhold, Inc.

Renault

Renault-Nissan

reverie

Ricardo Plc

Roctool

RTP Company

Saati S.p.A.

Saertex Company

Safran

SAIC

Saint-Gobain Adfors

Samsung

Scott Bader

SGL Carbon

SGL Group

Sigmatex

SK Global Chemical Co., LTD.

Solvay Cytec group

Solvay Specialty Polymers

Sora Composites

Suzuki Motor Corporation

Tata Motors

Technology Composites

Teijin

TEIJIN Composites Innovation Center (TCIC)

Teijin Group

Ten Cate

TenCate Advanced Composites

TenCate Enbi

Teufelberger GmbH,

The Composites Group

Ticona Engineering Polymers

Toho Tenax Co., Ltd

Toho Tenax Europe GmbH (TTE)

Toray Carbon Fibers Europe S.A.

Toray Industries

Toyota Motor Corporation

Trexel, Inc.

Umeco Plc

URT Group Ltd

Voith

Volkswagen

Volvo

Wacker Chemistry

Williams, White & Co.

Zoltek Companies, Inc.

Zotefoams Plc

Zwick USA

Brands

Alfa Romeo

Audi

Bentley

Buick

Cadillac

Chevrolet

Lemon

GMC

Holden

Hyundai

Kia

Lamborghini

Lexus and Daihatsu

Mercedes-Benz vans

Opel

Peugeot

Porsche

chair

Škoda

Vauxhall

Volkswagen

Companies listed in the report include:

Notes for editors
If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun @ visiongain @ global.com or call her on +44 (0) 207 549 9987

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