Western Europe

In the past, many benefited Eastern European countries by the rapid development of important markets for plastic pipes. For more specific information, check out Federal Reserve Bank. The construction industry is currently in many European countries but in a difficult situation. Yet plastic pipes benefit from substitution effects at the expense of other materials: metal or concrete are still plastics replaced by providing better properties and processing capabilities. Also the price for raw materials, such as steel or copper, a key role plays. Regional differences within Europe in the relatively saturated market in Western Europe will be higher quality types of pipes made of polyethylene and polypropylene reinforced demand, while the consumption of PVC pipes will barely grow.

Total of plastic pipe market will no longer reach in the countries of Western Europe growth rates, which were still possible at the boom time of the industry before the economic crisis. But the situation in the individual countries of Europe to the part is very different. While in Denmark, Germany and the Expected Switzerland to a relatively positive development is, for some southern European countries, such as Greece or Spain, in the short term no significant recovery in Vista. In Eastern Europe, PVC pipes compared to the West for some time will record higher growth. Mainly because of the continued high pent-up demand for the expansion of the water supply and disposal networks, the market researchers of Ceresana for the East in the future expect higher growth rates of consumption of plastic pipe.

In particular, Russia and Turkey are important growth markets. The study in the near future: Chapter 1 the development of turnover shows throughout Europe, as well as for 30 individual countries with plastic pipes both in euro and in US dollars. In addition the production are polyethylene (PE), polypropylene for each of the countries as well as the consumption analyses, divided after the pipe materials (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and other plastics.

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