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Research and Markets: World Markets for Insoluble Sulfur 2015-2020


October 6, 2015
By Business Wire News

DUBLIN

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rdglbm/world_markets_for) has announced the addition of the “World Markets for Insoluble Sulfur 2015” report to their offering.

World Markets for Insoluble Sulfur provides a detailed analysis of the global market for insoluble sulfur (IS), a non-blooming vulcanizing agent used primarily in tires and high quality rubber goods.

The report includes:

– Global demand by region,

– Insoluble sulfur markets update,

– Capacity by company and plant,

– Capacity developments & new producers,

– Pricing overview

– Annual sales by company

The report provides annual IS demand for all years from 2005 through 2014, as well as forecasts for all years from 2015 through 2020.

Volume demand is provided in tonnes and is broken out by major market (passenger tires, truck tires, all other tires, and non-tire rubber goods). Demand is also provided by region for major grades: standard, HS (high thermal stability), and HD (high dispersability). Current prices are provided for four grades (OT-10, OT-20, HS-OT-10, HS-OT-20) for the US, China, and India.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Overview of Insoluble Sulfur

1.1 Executive Summary

1.2 What is Insoluble Sulfur?

1.3 Properties & Applications

1.4 Current Pricing

1.5 Tire Plant Expansions

2. World Demand by Region

2.1 North America

2.2 European Union

2.3 China

2.4 Asia excluding China

2.5 Other Regions

3. Market Share, Capacity & Supplier Profiles

3.1 Market Share & Capacity

3.2 Capacity Developments

3.3 Supplier Profiles

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rdglbm/world_markets_for

Research and Markets
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