Global market for resins in electronic components grows to 4.4 billion lbs by 2017

The global market for resins used in electronic components reached 3.4 billion pounds in 2011. It is expected to reach 3.5 billion pounds in 2012 and it will further grow to 4.4 billion pounds by 2017, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7%.

Learn about resins used in electronic components, their applications, technology, markets and new developments. Selected company profiles are provided as well…

Use this report to:

  • Receive a detailed market overview of plastics in electronic components, specifically covering resins and resin grades to meet requirements of electronic technologies related to computers, telecommunications, automotive, and other industries employing electronic components
  • Receive information about various applications and technology trends related to electronic components
  • Receive information about pricing of resins, molders of electronic components, testing agencies and requirements related to electronic components
  • Receive information on detailed company profiles, various patents and environmental issues related to the industry.

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GLOBAL ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS MARKET BY TYPE OF RESIN, 2011-2017

(MILLION POUNDS)

Global market for resins in electronic components grows to 4.4 billion lbs by 2017

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