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Opportunities for FRP Tank in North America 2014-2019 Market Size, Market Share, and Forecast Analysis

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Background:

North America FRP tank market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.8% during 2014-2019. The major drivers of North America FRP tank market are growing capital investment programs and expansion of chemical and oil/gas operations in the region, growing housing start, and rehabilitation of old urban infrastructures. Increasing demand from replacement of existing tanks made of metal or concrete to get rid of corrosion and leakage problems also drive the FRP tank market in the region.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed the North America FRP tank market by segments and has come up with a comprehensive research report "Growth Opportunities for FRP Tank Market in North America: 2014-2019 Market Size, Market Share, and Forecast Analysis" This report provides an analysis of North America FRP tank market including an analysis of market trend, competitive landscape, company profiles, mergers and acquisitions, emerging trend, and key drivers of industry growth. The study also includes trends and forecasts for North America FRP tank market through 2019, segmented by applications such as:
- Petroleum
- Water/wastewater
- Chemical
- Septic
- Agriculture/Aquaculture
- Pulp and Paper
- Others

On the basis of its comprehensive research, Lucintel forecasts that North America FRP tank market is expected to depict a slow growth during 2014-2019. Septic application is likely to witness relatively higher growth during the forecast period. Rehabilitation of old urban infrastructures and rebound of housing sector in the region are the driving forces for this segment. ZCL Composites Inc., Containment Solutions (Denali), Palmer of Texas, and L. F. Manufacturing, Red Ewald are the major manufacturers of FRP tanks in different applications in the North America market.
This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today's stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.

Features of This Report:

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.
Some of the features of "Growth Opportunities for FRP Tank Market in North America 2014-2019: Market Size, Market Share, and Forecast Analysis" include:
- Analysis of competitive intensity of the industry based on Porter's Five Forces model which helps to understand the competitive position of industry players
- North America FRP tank market intelligence with special emphasis on chemical, septic, pulp and paper, water/wastewater, petroleum and agriculture/aquaculture markets
- Market size of North America FRP tank in terms of value and volume of composite materials consumption by application segments, also trend (2008-2013) and forecast (2014-2019) for key market segments that are useful to make major investment decisions
- Regional Analysis provides North America FRP tank market breakdown by major geographical areas of North America i.e., Western Canada, Eastern Canada, Central US, Eastern US, Western US, Texas (including OK, LA) and Mexico.
- Competitive Landscape, emerging trend, market drivers and growth opportunity analysis provides help to ascertain a sound investment decision
1. Executive Summary
2. Industry Background and Classification
2.1: Introduction
2.1.1: Industry classification

2.1.2: Markets served
2.1.3: Supply chain
3. Market Trend and Forecast Analysis
3.1: Current market analysis 2013
3.1.1: North America FRP tank market by value and volume
3.1.2: Regional market analysis
3.1.3: Composite materials consumption in North America FRP tank industry
3.1.4: FRP tank market by manufacturing process
3.2: Market trend 2008-2013
3.2.1: Macroeconomic trends
3.2.2: North America FRP tank market trend by value and volume
3.2.3: Composite materials consumption trend
3.2.4: Industry drivers and challenges
3.3: Market forecast 2014-2019
3.3.1: Macroeconomic forecasts
3.3.2: North America FRP tank market forecast by value and volume
4. Competitor Analysis
4.1: Product portfolio analysis
4.2: Market share analysis
4.3: Geographical reach
4.4: Operational integration
4.5: Porter's Five Forces Analysis

5. Growth Opportunity and Strategic Analysis
5.1: Growth opportunities analysis
5.2: Strategic analysis 118
5.2.1: Mergers and acquisitions in North America FRP tank industry
6. Emerging Innovations in North America FRP Tank Industry
6.1: Innovations in North America FRP tank market
6.2: Emerging trends in North America FRP tank market
7. Company Profiles of Leading Players
8. Customer Analysis
8.1: Customer in different segments
8.1: Customer's geographic reach
8.2: Major customer profiles

List of Figures

Chapter 2. Industry Background and Classification
Figure 2.1: FRP tank
Figure 2.2: Evolution in corrosion applications for composite products since 1950
Figure 2.3: Underground fiberglass tank
Figure 2.4: Aboveground storage fiberglass tank
Figure 2.5: Opportunities in the FRP tank market
Figure 2.6: Fiberglass oil field tanks
Figure 2.7: FRP petroleum underground storage tanks
Figure 2.8: Three-Compartment, 450-Gallon Transport FRP Tanks

Figure 2.9: FRP rectangular tanks for aquaculture
Figure 2.10: Fiberglass holding tanks for aquaculture
Figure 2.11: Supply chain of North America FRP tank market
Chapter 3. Market Trend and Forecast Analysis
Figure 3.1: Distribution of retail petroleum tanks shipment in North America by construction material in 2013
Figure 3.2: Number of retail petroleum tank shipment in North America by construction material in 2013
Figure 3.3: Distribution of septic tanks shipment in North America by construction material in 2013
Figure 3.4: Number of septic tank shipment in North America by construction material in 2013
Figure 3.5: Comparison of capacity and weight for single and double-wall tanks
Figure 3.6: Distribution of aboveground and underground storage FRP tank market by value in 2013
Figure 3.7: Aboveground and underground storage FRP tanks market by value in 2013
Figure 3.8: Distribution of number of tanks in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.9: Number of tanks in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.10: Distribution of North America FRP tank market ($M) by applications in 2013
Figure 3.11: North America FRP tank market ($M) by applications in 2013
Figure 3.12: Distribution of composite materials consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.13: Composite materials consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP Tank market by applications in 2013

Figure 3.14: North American underground storage FRP tank market ($M) by applications in 2013
Figure 3.15: North American aboveground storage FRP tank market ($M) by applications in 2013
Figure 3.16: Percentage comparison of North America FRP tank market (by $M) for petroleum and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.17: North America FRP tank market (by $M) in petroleum and other application in 2013
Figure 3.18: Contribution of FRP tank shipment in North America for petroleum application in 2013
Figure 3.19: Number of FRP tank shipments in North America for petroleum and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.20: Number of active underground storage tanks in the US by top states in 2013
Figure 3.21: Breakdown of active underground tanks in the US by states in 2013
Figure 3.22: Percentage comparison of North America FRP tank market (by $M) for chemical and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.23: North America FRP tank market (by $M) in chemical and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.24: Contribution of FRP tank shipment in North America for chemical application in 2013
Figure 3.25: Number of FRP tank shipments in North America for chemical and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.26: Percentage comparison of North America FRP tank market (by $M) for water/wastewater and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.27: North America FRP tank market (by $M) in water/wastewater and other application in 2013
Figure 3.28: Contribution of FRP tank shipment in North America for water/wastewater application in 2013
Figure 3.29: Number of FRP tank shipments in North America for water/wastewater and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.30: Percentage comparison of North America FRP tank market (by $M) for septic and other applications in 2013

Figure 3.31: North America FRP tank market (by $M) in septic and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.32: Contribution of FRP tank shipment in North America for septic application in 2013
Figure 3.33: Number of FRP tank shipments in North America for septic and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.34: Percentage comparison of North America FRP tank market (by $M) for pulp/paper and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.35: North America FRP tank market (by $M) in pulp/paper and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.36: Contribution of FRP tank shipment in North America for pulp/paper application in 2013
Figure 3.37: Number of FRP tank shipments in North America for pulp/paper and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.38: Percentage comparison of North America FRP tank market (by $M) for agriculture/aquaculture and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.39: North America FRP tank market (by $M) in agriculture/aquaculture and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.40: Contribution of FRP tank shipment in North America for agriculture/aquaculture application in 2013
Figure 3.41: Number of FRP tank shipments in North America for agriculture/aquaculture and other applications in 2013
Figure 3.42: Distribution of North America FRP tank market (by $M) by region in 2013
Figure 3.43: Percentage comparison of composite materials consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market, by applications in 2013
Figure 3.44: Composite materials consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market, by applications in 2013
Figure 3.45: Distribution of raw materials consumption (M lbs) for FRP tanks in North America in 2013

Figure 3.46: Raw materials consumption (M lbs) for FRP tanks in North America in 2013
Figure 3.47: Percentage comparison of glass fiber consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.48: Glass fiber consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.49: Percentage comparison of polyester resin consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.50: Polyester resin consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.51: Percentage comparison of Vinylester resin consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.52: Vinylester resin consumption (M lbs) in North America FRP tank market by applications in 2013
Figure 3.53: Percentage comparison of manufacturing processes used for producing
Figure 3.54: North American FRP tank market ($M) by manufacturing process in 2013
Figure 3.55: GDP growth trend of North American countries 2008-2013
Figure 3.56: New housing start trend in the US 2008-2013
Figure 3.57: Trend of water/wastewater capital expenditure ($B) in the US 2008-2013
Figure 3.58: Capital expenditure ($B) trend of chemical industry in the US 2008-2013
Figure 3.59: Capital expenditure ($B) trend of oil sand operations in Canada 2008-2012
Figure 3.60: North America FRP tank market trend 2008-2013
Figure 3.61: Trend in North America FRP tank market ($M) by applications 2008-2013
Figure 3.62: Year-over-year growth rate in various segments of FRP tank market in North America by value during 2012-2013
Figure 3.63: CAGR of various segments of FRP tank market in North America by value 2008-2013
Figure 3.64: Composite materials consumption (M lbs) trend in North America FRP tank market by applications 2008-2013
Figure 3.65: Year-over-year growth rate of composite materials consumption (M lbs) in various segments of North America FRP tank market during 2012-2013

Figure 3.66: CAGR of Composite Material consumption (M lbs) in various segments of North America FRP tank market during 2008-2013
Figure 3.67: Composite Materials Consumption (M lbs) trend in North America FRP tank market by type of materials 2008-2013
Figure 3.68: Drivers and challenges for North American FRP tank market
Figure 3.69: New housing start forecast in the US 2014-2018
Figure 3.70: Forecast of water/wastewater capital expenditure ($B) in the US 2014-2018
Figure 3.71: Capital expenditure ($ Billion) forecast of the US chemical industry 2014-2018
Figure 3.72: GDP growth forecast of North American countries 2014-2019
Figure 3.73: North America FRP tank market forecast 2014-2019
Figure 3.74: North America FRP tank market ($M) forecast by applications 2014-2019
Figure 3.75: Composite materials consumption (M lbs) forecast in North America FRP tank market by application 2014-2019
Chapter 4. Competitor Analysis
Figure 4.1: Market share analysis for North America FRP tank market in 2013
Figure 4.2: Market share in terms of value by top five suppliers in North America FRP tank market in 2013
Figure 4.3: Major FRP tank manufacturing location in North America
Figure 4.4: Porter's Five Forces Analysis of North America FRP tank market
Chapter 5. Growth Opportunity and Strategic Analysis
Figure 5.1: Growth opportunity matrix of North American FRP tank market (2014-2019)
Chapter 6. Emerging Innovations in North America FRP Tank Industry
Figure 6.1: Emerging applications of FRP tank with future growth potential
Figure 6.2: ZCL's fiberglass home heating oil storage tank
Figure 6.3: Fiberglass agricultural tanks
Figure 6.4: Emerging trends in North America FRP tank market
List of Tables
Chapter 1. Executive Summary

Table 1.1: Market parameters and attributes for North America FRP tank Market-Material Prospective
Table 1.2: North America FRP tank market parameters and attributes- end product market perspective
Chapter 2. Industry Background and Classification
Table 2.1: Competing materials presence across application segments
Table 2.2: Key desired material properties in different applications
Table 2.3: Fiberglass tank industry standards
Table 2.4: Comparison between AST and UST
Table 2.5: Comparison between Steel and FRP Tanks
Table 2.6: Size and weight of single-wall chemical tanks
Table 2.7: Weight of fiberglass septic tanks for various capacities
Table 2.8: Common chemicals in pulp and paper industry - fiberglass tanks
Chapter 3. Market Trend and Forecast Analysis
Table 3.1: Typical weights and costs of tanks used in various applications
Table 3.2: Most commonly used resin system for FRP Tank
Table 3.3: Tank manufacturers' manufacturing processes
Table 3.4: Trend in North America FRP tank market 2008-2013
Table 3.5: Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in North America FRP tank market in terms of $ Shipment
Table 3.6: Market size and annual growth rate in various application segments of North American FRP tank market ($M)
Table 3.7: Market size and CAGRs during 2008-2013 in various application segments of North American FRP tank market ($M)
Table 3.8: Market size and annual growth rate for composite materials consumption (M lbs) in various application segments of North American FRP tank market
Table 3.9: Market size and CAGR of composite materials consumption (M lbs) in various application segments of North American FRP tank market

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