The global performance coating market is set to chart a growth trajectory, featuring a steady CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 5.2%, raising the market worth up to $102 billion by 2022.
As per a Transparency Market Research (TMR) report, owing to the presence of a large number of regional and international players operating in the global performance coating market, the competitive landscape is fragmented and as more and more players try to take a chunk out of the growth pie to be generated, the degree of fragmentation is set to increase further.
Leading players that have made their mark in the global performance coating market include AkzoNobel NV, Masco Corporation, Hempel A/S, Jotun A/S, The Valspar Corporation, Axalta Coating Systems Ltd., Nippon Paint Holding Co. Ltd., BASF SE, and PPG Industries Inc, among others.
Meanwhile, demand for consumer electronics is growing and with that is set to increase the demand for performance coatings. The reason behind this is that consumer electronics call for a certain finish and appearance of the products.
And, especially, in this day and age looks matter. And, performance coating can add the gloss over the product that is critical for attracting the millennial consumer. It is also pertinent to note at this point that consumers today are experiencing a high spending capacity, owing to economies doing well and disposable incomes rising, as a result.
Additionally, technology is being adopted swiftly as it continues to bring in convenience to the lives of people. Additionally, these coatings also make them durable, creating in them a needed resistance to dust and damage.
Demand for premium cars in the Asia Pacific Excluding Region will lead it to untapped growth opportunities which the market players will leave no stone unturned to make the most of. The CAGR charted by the region over the forecast period of 2017-2022 will be significant, leading to the region accruing market worth of $34.8 billion. This region is also witnessing much growth in terms of sales of consumer electronics which is not surprising considering that spending power in the region is increasing due to terrific economic performance demonstrated by nations flanking the region.
-- TradeArabia News Service