The PVC Roofline Industry Market & Forecasts to 2015
Feb 08, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/cn492q/the_pvc_roofline) has announced the addition of the "The PVC Roofline Industry Market & Forecasts to 2015" report to their offering.
This industry forecast report is directed at volumes and values for the PVC-UE cellular foam, PVC-U rainwater products and PVC twin wall hollow soffit markets covering the years to 2015.
The PVC roofline products market in the UK is significant in terms of both volume and value to manufacturers, distributors, builders' merchants and DIY stores. Products have improved in performance, quality, range and appearance over the past few years
Following on from the credit crunch and recession the UK Government's austerity measures hit consumer confidence hard. House building, non housing construction and housing improvement have all been cut-back since the start of the recession.
The signs are now more positive about the prospects for the roofline industry for the first time since the recession. We believe the industry is set for a recovery led by the companies within the sector. Why do we forecast the industry is set for a recovery Companies in the industry have been on a hard slow journey- demanding a lot of hard work, patience, dedication and skill. The industry is now leaner, products have been improved, routes to market strengthened, new markets opened (especially exports to Europe and elsewhere), customer service improved and costs tackled.
Our winter report forecasts the roofline industry after a lean five years, is set to embark on a path to growth. However, it is not the time for companies to relax as the construction industry and economy is fragile. Continuous improvement is still the order of the day. The industry will still have to fight to get an increased share of the consumer's disposable income. Flying blind is not an option or looking backward to what some felt were better times. The future is now in the industry's hands. Companies that have ridden out the recession have shown the importance of decision making based on facts and figures whether it concerns investment in plant and equipment, products, market or pricing.
This winter 2013 forecast report is right up to date and shows where and when growth in both volume and value is forecast together with the basis for the forecasts. Cellular foam profile, rainwater products and hollow soffit are all addressed separately and comprehensively. Importantly, the forecast uses the latest construction industry and economic forecasts to project volumes and values into 2015.
The Roofline Forecast Report concentrates on the demand for PVC roofline products in the UK over the period 2008 to 2015 specifically:
- PVC-UE cellular foam profile;
- PVC-U twin wall hollow soffit.
- PVC-U rainwater products.
Our forecasting model is based on independently researched facts to establish volumes (expressed in tonnes, of PVC) and values by product line and in total. We have set out to provide the best possible forecast for the industry by breaking it down into small elements (the building block approach) providing the best chance of a good quality forecast. Within the body of this forecast are the assumptions that have been used together with sources of information upon which predictions are based
We have also sought the views and figures from companies and authorities in the industry. Much of the information has been provided to us in detail and on a confidential basis such that we are able to use it to compile trends and build up a model.
Key Topics Covered:
Part 1: Introduction and Summary
Part 2: Window, Door and Conservatory Volume Forecast
Part 3:Construction Industry and Economic Forecasts
Part 4: Sector Volume and Value Forecasts
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