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IRL Releases Report on Marine and Protective Coatings Market

September 8, 2015

IRL has announced a new, in-depth analysis of the top global markets for marine and protective coatings, covering market shares and prices in our analysis for the first time.

Building on our successful Overview of the Global Marine and Protective Coatings market, which was released in 2008, and our innovative country-by-country database of coatings market data, IRL is offering a detailed and comprehensive guide to these two interesting market sectors of the coatings industry.

The reports provide, for each key country covered (22 countries in total for marine coatings, and 21 countries for protective coatings), consumption estimates in both volume and value terms for marine and protective coatings, with 2014 as the base year and forecasts to 2019. In our two-tiered approach, top-level data is also available for the remaining countries covered in our global database (~100 countries).

IRL has identified the 70 leading companies in the following major country markets, providing market shares in metric tonnes for 2014 in each country. The geographic coverage includes the following countries: Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, France, Greece (marine only), Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa, Turkey, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Indonesia, USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.

The information in the reports is based on a comprehensive programme of telephone interviews with key players in each country market, backed up by thorough secondary research and IRL’s in-house database of global paints and coatings market data.

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