Lahti, Finland -- Russian demand for insulation has been growing strongly with an average growth of 13.8 percent per year between 2002 and 2008, according to a new study from the Finnish section of market analysis experts Global Research & Data Services.
The situation in Russia seems to be attractive for foreign insulation companies, as growth is also predicted to continue in coming years, the group said.
This report gives an overview of the current situation and future outlook for insulation in Russia, and covers:
- Overall market (by value and volume);
- Demand by material (foamed plastic, fibreglass, mineral wool, other insulation materials);
- Demand by market (residential, non-residential, industrial, HVAC and OEM);
- Production of insulation in Russia;
- Major players and market shares; and
- Forecasts and future outlook (the effect of the present financial crisis have been taken into account, and the forecasts include both optimistic and pessimistic scenarios).
Further details can be seen at: http://public.mailem.fi/globalr/2009-09-08/1659/article_2514_1062647.html
This market analysis is now available at Euro 490.
The analysis is in English and is delivered by e-mail in PDF format. For more information, contact: Kimmo Kuokkanen, kimmo.kuokkane[email protected], tel +358 440 543 230, www.globalresearch.fi