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Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastics (CFRP) Composites Market Forecast 2014-2024

LONDON, April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

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Rising oil prices will drive the need for fuel efficient vehicles and aircrafts, the growth of electric and hybrid vehicles will increase CFRP composites usage in the automotive industry, and the development of the wind power market and, offshore drilling and deeper oil and gas exploration will increase the penetration of carbon fibre in the energy industry.  

The superior performance per weight of CFRP, and improvements made in the production of CFRP materials has changed the preferences of consumers and manufacturers. As the demands for renewable sources of energy rises, government regulations also promote the use of carbon fibre, and innovation increases penetration of CFRP composites in end-user applications and in emerging market economies, demand for CFRP composites will rise. The world market for CFRP composites will reach $26.84bn in 2014.

Vast opportunities exist where the unique properties of CFRP are critical if innovation is able to produce a new low cost grade of carbon fibre. This could result in a much larger market penetration.

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- Andy Brink, Michelman: A global developer of water-based surface modifiers, additives and polymers for numerous industries including fibres, and composites.
- Cliff Eberle, Oak Ridge National Laboratory: a multiprogram science and technology laboratory managed for the U.S. Department of Energy by UT-Battelle, LLC.

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- Aerospace CFRP composites submarket forecast 2014-2024*
- Automotive CFRP composites submarket forecast 2014-2024*
- Energy CFRP composites submarket forecast 2014-2024*
- Construction CFRP composites submarket forecast 2014-2024
- Sporting equipment CFRP composites submarket forecast 2014-2024
- Other applications CFRP composites submarket forecast 2014-2024

*Submarkets are broken down into further segments, by application.  

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- US forecast 2014-2024
- Canada forecast 2014-2024
- Brazil forecast 2014-2024
- Germany forecast 2014-2024
- UK forecast 2014-2024
- Italy forecast 2014-2024
- France forecast 2014-2024
- Spain forecast 2014-2024
- Russia forecast 2014-2024
- Japan forecast 2014-2024
- China forecast 2014-2024
- India forecast 2014-2024
- Rest of Asia-Pacific forecast 2014-2024
- Middle East and North Africa forecast 2014-2024
- Rest of the World forecast 2014-2024

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- Demographic changes

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- Cytec
- DowAksa
- GKN Aerospace
- Gurit
- Hexcel Corporation
- Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation (MCHC)                      
- Nippon Graphite Fibre Corporation
- SGL Group
- TenCate
- Toho Tenax, Teijin Ltd
- Toray
- Zoltek
- Composite Holding Company                                                      
- Crosby Composites                    
- Formosa Plastics Corporation                   
- Plasan Carbon Composites

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Companies Listed in this report 

ATR
3A Composites
Advent International
AgustaWestland
Airbus
Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.Ş
Aldila
Alenia
Alpolic
Amber Composites
Arbon Grossbauteil
Atlas Elektronik
Avio
BAE Systems
Balseurop
Beechcraft
Bell Helicopter
Beluga Composites Corporation
BMW
Boeing
Bombardier
CAE Inc.
Carbo Tech Composites
Carbon Components
Cessna Aircraft
Comac
Composite Holding Company                                                      
Coriolis Composites
Crosby Composites
Cytec
DAHER
Daimler AG
Dassault
Dow Chemical Company
DowAksa
Dr. Schnabel GmbH & Co.KG
DSM
DuPont
EADS CASA
Emas Kiara Industries Berhad
Embraer
Enercon
Eurocopter
European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS)
Fibergrate
Filton
Finmeccanica
Fisipe Fibras Sintéticas de Portugal S.A
Formosa Plastics Corp
Fuji Heavy Industries
General Dynamics
General Electric (GE)
Georgia Pacific
Germa Composite
GKN Aerospace
Gulfstream
Gurit
Hafei Aviation Industry
Henkel
Hexcel
Honeywell
Hyosung
Ingenics
Kaman
Kawasaki
Kineco Private
Kureha
Laetzsch
Lamborghini
Leis Polytechnik
Lockheed Martin
MacDonald Dettwiler
Magellan Aerospace
Magna
Mayr cfk
McDonnell Douglas
Michelman
MicroBiopharm Japan
Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Mitsubishi Plastics Inc
Mitsubishi Rayon
Mitsubishi
Montefibre S.p.A.
Mubea
Nikkiso
Nippon Graphite Fiber
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Performance Materials Corporation (PMC) Baycomp
Plasan Carbon Composites
Pratt & Whitney
Quadrant AG
QuEst Global
Quickstep Holdings Ltd
Quickstep Technologies
Rolls Royce
RT-Chemcomposite Holding Company
Saab Group
SABIC
Saertex
Safran
SGL Carbon
SGL Group
Sikorsky
Sino Composite
SK Chemicals Co., Ltd.
SOFICAR
Star Orechem International Private Limited (SOIL)
Sukhoi
Suzuki
Tata Group
Technip
Teijin Group
Teleflex Aerospace Manufacturing Group (TAMG)
TenCate Advanced Composites
TK Industries GmbH
Toho Tenax Co. Ltd.,
Toray Carbon Fibres Europe S.A.
Toray Industries
Toyota
Umeco Plc
Vestas Blades
Volvo Aero
Zoltek

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Advisory Council for Aeronautical Research in Europe (ACARE)
Borsa Istanbul
Brazilian Wind Power Trade Association
British Colombia Composite Research Network
Canadian Composites Manufacturing Research and Development (CCMRD) consortium
Canadian Wind Energy Association
Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac)
Composite Applications Laboratory (CAL)
Composite Innovation Centre Manitoba (CIC)
Deutsche Börse Xetra
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Global Wind Energy Council
Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) - Tokyo
Italian Aerospace Research Centre (CIRA)
Lisbon Stock Exchange
London Stock Exchange
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Moskvich Innovation Centre
Nanotechnology Centre of Composites (NCC Russia)
National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations
National Composite Centre (NCC)
New York Stock Exchange
NYSE Euronext Amsterdam
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Swiss stock exchange
The Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles (OICA)
Tokyo Stock Exchange
US Department of Defence
US Government Accountability Office (GAO)

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