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World Siding (Cladding) Market

LONDON, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- just published a new market research report:

World Siding (Cladding) Market

Global demand to rise over 5% per year through 2017

Through 2017, the global siding market is projected to rise more than five percent per year to over 5.6 billion square meters, valued at nearly $90 billion. In the residential building market, increased demand will be measured against a low 2012 base in many high-income countries, which are expected to rebound somewhat from the losses of the 2007- 2012 period. Demand in residential building applications will also benefit from rising personal income levels in many developing countries, allowing more individuals to afford homes built with multilayer construction techniques that utilize siding. Rebounds in nonresidential construction spending in many high-income countries, plus continued strong growth in developing countries, will also drive demand gains.

North America to see fastest demand gains

North America is forecast to register the fastest siding demand gains through 2017 at nearly seven percent annually. Demand in this region will benefit primarily from an expected housing market rebound in the US. While the US is expected to post the fastest gains of the national markets in siding demand through 2017, overall demand is not expected to reach the level seen in 2007. Despite similar (though of a smaller magnitude) recoveries in many countries of Western Europe, that region is projected to see the slowest siding demand gains through 2017 and demand is also not expected to reach the 2007 level.

In the developing areas of the world, the Asia/Pacific region is expected to exhibit the fastest siding demand gains through 2017, led by solid growth in the Chinese and Indian markets and assisted by a recovery in the Australian market. Siding demand growth in Central and South America and the Africa/Mideast region will benefit from ongoing industrial and commercial development and rising personal income levels, which will make siding products more affordable for residential construction.

Masonry & concrete to remain most popular

Masonry and concrete are expected to remain the most popular siding materials through 2017, accounting for nearly three-fourths of demand. Overall, demand for these products is forecast to rise over five percent annually through 2017, with the most rapid gains projected for fiber cement products. Demand for fiber cement siding will benefit from the product's relatively low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance. Additionally, fiber cement is able to mimic the look of wood or vinyl siding, increasing its appeal to consumers. Fiber cement siding is expected to gain market share through 2017, particularly in North America. In 2002, fiber cement products accounted for only eight percent of siding demand in North America, but by 2012 the level had risen to 13 percent.

Vinyl siding is also forecast to post strong demand gains through 2017. While vinyl siding remains a niche product in many regions, it enjoys wide popularity in the US. As such, demand for vinyl siding there will benefit from the expected housing market recovery. Demand for metal siding will be aided by recovering nonresidential construction activity in high-income countries, and continued strong nonresidential building activity in developing areas, as the majority of demand for these products is generated in nonresidential construction applications.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, World Siding (Cladding) , is available for $6300. It presents historical demand data for 2002, 2007 and 2012, plus forecasts for 2017 and 2022 for demand by product and market in 6 regions and 20 countries. The study also assesses market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 37 competitors in the worldwide industry.





General 4
World Economic Overview 5
Recent Historical Trends 5
World Economic Outlook 7
World Demographic Overview 11
Population 11
Households 13
Personal Income Trends 14
World Building Construction Outlook 17
Relationship to Siding Demand 19
Residential Buildings 22
Nonresidential Buildings 23
Pricing Patterns 25
Technology Trends 28
Legal & Regulatory Environment 30


General 33
Demand by Region 34
Demand by Product 38
Masonry & Concrete 40
Brick & Tile 42
Stucco & EIFS 44
Concrete & Stone 47
Fiber Cement 49
Metal 52
Vinyl 55
Wood & Other 57
Wood 59
Other 60
Demand by Market 61
Residential Buildings 63
New Construction 64
Improvement & Repair 64
Nonresidential Buildings 65
New Construction 66
Improvement & Repair 67
Production & Foreign Trade 68


General 70
Siding Demand 72
United States 75
Canada 79
Mexico 83


General 88
Siding Demand 90
Germany 94
France 98
United Kingdom 101
Spain 105
Italy 109
The Netherlands 113
Other Western Europe 117


General 125
Siding Demand 127
China 131
Japan 135
India 139
South Korea 144
Australia 148
Indonesia 152
Other Asia/Pacific 155


Central & South America 163
General 163
Siding Demand 165
Brazil 168
Other Central & South America 171
Eastern Europe 177
General 177
Siding Demand 179
Russia 183
Poland 187
Other Eastern Europe 191
Africa/Mideast 197
General 197
Siding Demand 199
Turkey 203
Iran 206
Other Africa/Mideast 210


General 219
Industry Composition 220
Market Share 223
Product Development & Manufacturing 227
Marketing & Distribution 230
Cooperative Agreements 233
Mergers & Acquisitions 235
Company Profiles 239
A & S Building Systems, see NCI Building Systems
Acme Brick, see Berkshire Hathaway
Alcoa Incorporated 240
Allied Building Products, see CRH
Alside, see Associated Materials
Asahi Tostem Exterior Building Materials, see LIXIL
ASC Profiles, see BlueScope Steel
Associated Materials LLC 243
Axiall Corporation 247
Bayer IMSA, see Verzatec
Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated 253
BlueScope Steel Limited 255
Boral Limited 264
Butler Manufacturing, see BlueScope Steel
CertainTeed, see Saint-Gobain
CRH plc 268
CSR Building Materials Malaysia, see Saint-Gobain
CSR Limited 272
Dal-Tile, see Mohawk Industries
Douterloigne, see CRH
Dryvit Systems, see RPM International
Eternit, see Etex Group
Etex Group SA 276
Featherlite Building Products, see Berkshire Hathaway
Fielders Australia, see BlueScope Steel
Garco Building Systems, see NCI Building Systems
General Shale, see Wienerberger Baustoffindustrie
Gentek Building Products, see Associated Materials
Georgia-Pacific, see Koch Industries
Glen-Gery, see CRH
Grillo-Werke AG 281
Hanson, see HeidelbergCement
Hardie (James) Industries plc 283
HeidelbergCement AG 288
Hekim Yap? A? 291
Ibstock Brick, see CRH
Insulated Panel Systems, see NCI Building Systems
Kaycan Limited 292
Kingspan Group plc 294
Knauf Gips KG 297
Koch Industries Incorporated 298
KP Building Products, see Kaycan
LIXIL Group Corporation 300
Louisiana-Pacific Corporation 304
Marazzi Group, see Mohawk Industries
Mastic Home Exteriors, see Ply Gem Holdings
Materis Holding Luxembourg SA 306
Metal Building Components, see NCI Building Systems
Metalcorp Steel, see BlueScope Steel
Metl-Span, see NCI Building Systems
Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation 309
Mitten, see Ply Gem Holdings
Mohawk Industries Incorporated 311
Morin, see Kingspan Group
Napco, see Ply Gem Holdings
NCI Building Systems Incorporated 313
Nichiha Corporation 316
Oldcastle Architectural, see CRH
OOO Kraspan 319
Parex Group, see Materis Holding Luxembourg
Permasteelisa, see LIXIL Group
Ply Gem Holdings Incorporated 320
Resolite, see Verzatec
Revere Building Products, see Associated Materials
RHEINZINK, see Grillo-Werke
Rigidal Industries, see Kingspan Group
Royal Group, see Axiall
RPM International Incorporated 325
Saint-Gobain 328
Star Alubuild Private, see LIXIL Group
Steelscape, see BlueScope Steel
Sto AG 332
Tata BlueScope Steel, see BlueScope Steel and Tata Steel
Tata Steel Limited 334
U-kon International GmbH 337
Varco Pruden Buildings, see BlueScope Steel
Variform, see Ply Gem Holdings
Verzatec SA de CV 338
Weyerhaeuser Company 340
Wienerberger Baustoffindustrie AG 341
Yuanda China Holdings Limited 344
Additional Companies in the World Siding (Cladding)
Industry 346



Summary Table 3


1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region 10
2 World Population by Region 12
3 World Households by Region 14
4 World Per Capita Gross Domestic Product by Region 16
5 World Building Construction Expenditures by Region 18
6 World Residential Building Construction Expenditures
by Region 23
7 World Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures
by Region 25
8 World Siding Pricing 27


1 World Siding Demand by Region 37
2 World Siding Demand by Product 39
3 World Masonry & Concrete Siding Demand by Product
& Region 41
4 World Brick & Tile Siding Demand by Region 44
5 World Stucco & EIFS Demand by Region 46
6 World Concrete & Stone Siding Demand by Region 49
7 World Fiber Cement Siding Demand by Region 52
8 World Metal Siding Demand by Region 55
9 World Vinyl Siding Demand by Region 57
10 World Wood & Other Siding Demand by Product & Region 58
11 World Siding Demand by Market 62


1 North America: Market Environment for Siding 71
2 North America: Siding Demand by Product & Market 74
3 United States: Market Environment for Siding 76
4 United States: Siding Demand by Product & Market 79
5 Canada: Market Environment for Siding 81
6 Canada: Siding Demand by Product & Market 83
7 Mexico: Market Environment for Siding 85
8 Mexico: Siding Demand by Product & Market 87


1 Western Europe: Market Environment for Siding 90
2 Western Europe: Siding Demand by Product & Market 93
3 Germany: Market Environment for Siding 95
4 Germany: Siding Demand by Product & Market 97
5 France: Market Environment for Siding 99
6 France: Siding Demand by Product & Market 101
7 United Kingdom: Market Environment for Siding 103
8 United Kingdom: Siding Demand by Product & Market 105
9 Spain: Market Environment for Siding 107
10 Spain: Siding Demand by Product & Market 109
11 Italy: Market Environment for Siding 111
12 Italy: Siding Demand by Product & Market 113
13 Netherlands: Market Environment for Siding 115
14 Netherlands: Siding Demand by Product & Market 117
15 Other Western Europe: Market Environment for Siding 119
16 Other Western Europe: Siding Demand by Product, Market, &
Country 122


1 Asia/Pacific: Market Environment for Siding 127
2 Asia/Pacific: Siding Demand by Product & Market 130
3 China: Market Environment for Siding 132
4 China: Siding Demand by Product & Market 135
5 Japan: Market Environment for Siding 137
6 Japan: Siding Demand by Product & Market 139
7 India: Market Environment for Siding 141
8 India: Siding Demand by Product & Market 143
9 South Korea: Market Environment for Siding 145
10 South Korea: Siding Demand by Product & Market 147
11 Australia: Market Environment for Siding 149
12 Australia: Siding Demand by Product & Market 151
13 Indonesia: Market Environment for Siding 153
14 Indonesia: Siding Demand by Product & Market 155
15 Other Asia/Pacific: Market Environment for Siding 157
16 Other Asia/Pacific: Siding Demand by Product, Market,
& Country 159


1 Central & South America: Market Environment for Siding 165
2 Central & South America: Siding Demand by Product
& Market 167
3 Brazil: Market Environment for Siding 169
4 Brazil: Siding Demand by Product & Market 171
5 Other Central & South America: Market Environment
for Siding 173
6 Other Central & South America: Siding Demand by Product,
Market, & Country 175
7 Eastern Europe: Market Environment for Siding 179
8 Eastern Europe: Siding Demand by Product & Market 182
9 Russia: Market Environment for Siding 185
10 Russia: Siding Demand by Product & Market 187
11 Poland: Market Environment for Siding 189
12 Poland: Siding Demand by Product & Market 191
13 Other Eastern Europe: Market Environment for Siding 193
14 Other Eastern Europe: Siding Demand by Product, Market,
& Country 195
15 Africa/Mideast: Market Environment for Siding 199
16 Africa/Mideast: Siding Demand by Product & Market 202
17 Turkey: Market Environment for Siding 204
18 Turkey: Siding Demand by Product & Market 206
19 Iran: Market Environment for Siding 208
20 Iran: Siding Demand by Product & Market 210
21 Other Africa/Mideast: Market Environment for Siding 212
22 Other Africa/Mideast: Siding Demand by Product, Market,
& Country 215


1 Siding Sales for Selected Manufacturers, 2012 222
2 Selected Cooperative Agreements 234
3 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 237



1 World Building Construction Expenditures by Region, 2012 19
2 Relationship Between Per Capita Siding Demand & Per Capita
Building Construction Expenditures, 2012 21
3 World Siding Pricing, 2002-2022 28


1 World Siding Demand by Region, 2012 38
2 World Siding Demand by Product, 2012 40
3 World Siding Demand by Market, 2002-2022 62


1 World Siding Market Share by Company, 2012 223

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