Global market for plastics used in electronic enclosures to reach 9.9 billion pounds by 2017

The global market for plastics used inelectronic enclosures was 6.9 billion pounds in 2011. BCC expects this market to reach 7.4 billion pounds by 2012 and to reach 9.9 billion pounds by 2017, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1%.

Learn about some of the significant changes within the industry and receive information on technologies and applications for electronic enclosure resins. Profiles of major electronic enclosure manufacturers are also covered

Use this report to:

  • Analyze new developments, particularly the complex scenario of very small enclosures, given that mobile electronic devices have become increasingly smaller and lighter
  • Identify the changes in the market for stationary electronic devices, especially because of the additional protection required for power supplies within units
  • Understand the use of flame retardants for resins used in electronic enclosures to conform to new environmental restrictions related to bromine-based variants
  • Learn about the use of metals in stationary and mobile electronic devices.

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GLOBAL MARKET FOR RESINS FOR STATIONARY AND MOBILE ENCLOSURES BY TYPE OF ELECTRONIC ENCLOSURE, 2011-2017

(MILLION POUNDS)

GLOBAL MARKET FOR RESINS FOR STATIONARY AND MOBILE ENCLOSURES BY TYPE OF ELECTRONIC ENCLOSURE, 2011-2017

Source: BCC Research

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