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Ceresana | July 04, 2019
One of the oldest plastic types is still of great economic importance: about 90 years ago, polystyrene was first produced in Germany. To this day, most yogurt cups are made of polystyrene. Since 1950, polystyrene has also been foamed and marketed as, for example, “Styropor”. Ceresana examined the global market for polystyrene (PS) and expanded polystyrene (EPS). The analysts expect global sales generated with these plastics, i.e. PS and EPS combined, will rise to more than USD 37.3 b...
Ceresana | February 17, 2020
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) ranks amongst the most sold plastics - and demand even continues to increase. “HDPE is the polyethylene type with the highest strength and the lowest flexibility” explains Oliver Kutsch, the CEO of the market research company Ceresana. “The strong and somewhat hard plastic is suitable for a large spectrum of uses: for rigid containers and pipes, as well as for films and a multitude of products for the transportation and electronic industry.&rdqu...
Ceresana | February 28, 2020
Polyethylene is one of the top-selling standard plastics, its consumption continues to increase despite all environmental discussions. It is classified into different grades according to its density and the branching of its polymer chains: LDPE, LLDPE, and HDPE. Ceresana now publishes its third comprehensive analysis of the world market for low-density polyethylene (LDPE). This oldest polyethylene grade, which has been produced since 1939, is soft, tough, and flexible. LD...
Ceresana | March 29, 2021
Future mobility will depend on innovative joining technology. Even today, a new car contains around 18 kg of adhesives - from heat-dissipating protective layers for battery cells to lightweight chassis and crash-proof windows. Where screws, rivets, or welds were used in the past, the automotive industry is now increasingly using adhesives. Ceresana has now examined the European market for adhesives for the fourth time: In 2019, a total of around 3.51 million tonnes were utilized. The market rese...
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