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A Growing Market in Adhesives and Sealants

Here’s something positive even with all the troubles in the global economy—according to the technology market research company, BCC Research highlights that the market for adhesives and sealants has increased over the past few years and is on the rise worldwide.

In 2006, the market grossed $35.6 billion and is estimated to reach $46.4 billion.

  •  That’s a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7% every year


Sealants and Adheisve CompanyBCC Research did extensive research to take a look at regional and global markets. The report lets businesses know expected market projections and, more importantly, indicates which adhesives and sealants are expected to see the most growth.

One thing is clear:
Hot melt systems and products for automotive manufacturing are two of the applications expected to see the most growth.
In addition, new emerging technologies in adhesives and sealants, such as electronics adhesives, are expanding the present market. And guess what? As an adhesive supplier and manufacturer, these types of adhesives are all available through HAR Adhesive Technologies.

Ken Schonauer, Sales Systems and Support Manager
ken.schonauer@haradhesive.com
440-786-7185


We invite readers to use the links below to find and contact a local company representative that can help with your company's industrial adhesives needs: HAR Adhesive Technologies has a presence in seven distinct states, uniquely focused on serving the adhesives, adhesive application, and equipment needs of each region:  OhioIndianaKentuckyMichiganNew YorkPennsylvaniaWest Virginia

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March 15, 2020 11:54 AM

I didn't know this market is really growing right now.
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March 23, 2020 2:26 AM

Its good to know that these industry is also growing
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September 23, 2020 8:43 AM

I'm sure resellers are now considering this industry.
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October 19, 2020 3:59 PM

Great to hear the market is growing.
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