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The global plastics processing machinery market witnessed a sharp decline in 2008 and 2009. Market growth is dependent on the pace and extent of recovery in key end-use sectors including construction and automotive industries, that have been the hardest hit by recession in recent times. The global market for plastics processing machinery is projected to grow wel, driven by increased demand from emerging markets of Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Middle East and Africa. Steady economic growth, increased focus on industrialization, and rising per capita income level of the regions has resulted in a global shift in plastics processing machinery demand and manufacturing, from the West to East. Read in
After bottoming out during the global depression of 2008-09, the global plastic injection molding machine industry witnessed rapid growth in 2010. China ranked the first place in the world followed by Germany. Output of plastic injection molding machines in Japan doubled to 12,000 units. This industry also witnessed recovery in America. To get an insight into the largest production and consumption base of plastic injection molding machine worldwide, Chinaís extraordinary performance in 2010, leading manufacturers, growing applications, growing markets, new developments, etc, read
European flexible packaging market saw a sales upswing of 4.7% in 2010 to cross EUR 12.3 bln, with growth in Eastern Europe outpacing Western Europeís. Total demand for flexible packaging in the Middle East and Africa approached US$3.5 bln, representing 5% of world flexible packaging sales. India represents a US$3 bln market that is expected to continue growing at around 15% a year until 2015. To know more about the factors affecting sales and consumption, the market size, trends, growing demand applications, challenges and hurdles faced, read
In the past few years, hygiene issues have been becoming more and more relevant. As population increases, it is inevitable to find a solution to reduce the problems with microbial contaminations. Bacteria, fungi and algae can be major problems in health, construction, food, and packaging industries. A new technology has been developed that can inexpensively render permanently germ-free. Also, nanotechnology will create synthetic, chemical-free, antibacterial surfaces. Read more in
Global biocompatible markets are estimated to grow well on relatively shorter device product life cycles, increasing deployment of biocompatible materials, new product approvals, enhanced patient benefits, increased awareness, broader application areas. Robust growth is likely in major areas of biomaterial application, including cardiovascular, orthopedic, neurological and drug delivery. To know more about the current market trends, key growth drivers, product introductions, largest regional market worldwide, factors affecting future growth, the polymers that will continue to dominate the overall market, the strongest growth among all biocompatible materials, etc read
In dental care, the ideal restorative material would be identical to natural tooth structure, in strength adherence and appearance. Biocompatibility refers to how well the material coexists with the biological equilibrium of the tooth and body systems. Since fillings are in close contact with mucosa, tooth and pulp, biocompatibility is very important. Common problems with some of the current dental materials include chemical leakage from the material, pulpal irritation and less commonly allergy. A new bio-compatible material, which offers high dimensional stability and excellent transparency 3D printing for rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing, has been launched. Read more in
HDPE is the world's third largest commodity plastic resin, widely used plastics in many industrial sectors such as packaging, construction and automotive. The robust packaging industry and rapidly increasing automotive production in China will continue to boost demand for HDPE in the world, as China accounts for more than 28% of global HDPE demand. Read more in
A new concept car demonstrates a solution to the challenge of packaging an energy storage system in a fully electric B-segment vehicle without compromising comfort. The demonstrator vehicle also features reduced complexity and mass of individual components and innovative materials that create a sense of spaciousness in a small vehicle. The innovations featured in the car are adaptable to markets around the world, are ready for production and available for 2015 model year vehicles and beyond. To read about the innovations and technologies, read
 
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