SPEAKERS: Anna Jarosik, Research Analyst, Chemicals, Materials & Food, Frost & Sullivan
Despite the strong impact of the economical downturn which has affected the construction sector, the Central and Eastern European (CEE) plastic materials market is facing continuous growth. At the same time, the CEE market presents a number of challenges including high price sensitivity, unstable political situation, frequent currency fluctuations and rapidly growing competitors supplying cheap and low quality products. In addition, Asian manufacturers are also entering the market in a dynamic way.
This briefing will provide a better understanding of the current plastics market situation in construction and the future potential. Although, at present the construction sector in Europe is facing a tough time, Frost & Sullivan expects the plastic materials market in the CEE construction sector to continue growing. Attendants can find out more about the most attractive strategic options regarding entering and gaining market share.
This briefing will benefit stakeholders in the value chain of the plastic components sector, including raw materials suppliers, construction parts and elements manufacturers, engineering and construction companies, design engineering consulting companies as well as end users of plastic components. The briefing will highlight some of the key challenges present in the Central and Eastern European market and also discuss emerging trends and the growth opportunities for plastic materials in construction for this geographic region.
“The Central and Eastern European plastic materials market is gradually seeing a recovery after the global economic downturn,” said Anna Jarosik, Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivan’s Chemicals, Materials & Food practice.
“The improvements in the construction industry, supported by European directives as well as government incentives that are related to environmental protection are successfully opening avenues for market participants that supply safe, durable and recyclable products.”
“The construction sector is one of the most rapidly changing markets for plastic materials because of the innovative and advanced technologies that are continuously adding newly developed and improved materials and also due to the growing number of new end applications in the construction segment,” said Jarosik.
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