MarketPublishers.com has added a strategic report titled ‘The Global Market for Nanomaterials 2002-2016: Production Volumes, Revenues and End User Market Demand’ to its offering.
Materials covered in the business report include quantum dots, nanosilver, nanofibers, nanoclays, graphene, POSS and fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and metal oxide nanopowders. According to the report, the global production of nanomaterials will be over 230,000 t in the fiscal year 2011, a value ten times higher than that of 2002. The report predicts that demand from end-use markets, including catalysts, coatings, chemicals, medicine, energy and electronics, will increase the production volume of nanomaterials to 350,000 t in the fiscal year 2016.
Despite issues such as high production and integration costs, the nanomaterials industry has achieved remarkable advancements, thus allowing nanotechnology to make a significant impact on a broad array of applications, including construction, energy, automotive, defense, aerospace, medical and electronics.
Since some of the major manufacturers have expanded their manufacturing capabilities, the cost of nanomaterials are expected to be reduced, which will in turn have an impact on the application fields and increase the demand for the materials. The integration challenges of nanomaterials will eventually be diminished, thanks to the extensive nanotechnology-based research being conducted by most of the major companies.
The report provides complete quantitative information and outlook for the worldwide nanomaterials market for the period between 2002 and 2016. It includes end-user market data, market growth forecasts and regulatory procedures for nanomaterials. It has more than 150 figures and tables describing market size by end-user demand, revenues and volume. The report profiled more than 400 nanomaterials manufacturers with contact details, revenues, technology descriptions and end-users for their products.