WASHINGTON and NEW YORK and LONDON, April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Kyle Peters, an Industry Analyst with The Freedonia Group, was a moderator at the Ceramic & Glass Application session at the Ceramics Expo in Cleveland, Ohio yesterday. His presentation, Examining Next Generation Refractories, is now available for download.
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This presentation addresses the questions:
- What factors will contribute to – or detract from – refractory sales?
- Will the importance of advanced ceramic refractories offer a competitive advantage?
- What problems lie ahead, and how will the refractories industry respond to them?
Demand for refractories in the US is expected to rise 3.3% per year through 2019, reaching $3.1 billion. Volume increases will be much more sluggish, as improvements in refractory designs enable less material to be used per ton of output. The Freedonia Group's report, Refractories, analyzes the refractory industry and presents historical demand data and includes forecasts by refractory form, material and market.
To learn more about the refractories industry, visit our website: http://www.freedoniagroup.com/DocumentDetails.aspx?ReferrerId=RF-CXPO&StudyID=3295
About The Freedonia Group
The Freedonia Group, a division of MarketResearch.com, is a leading international industrial market research company that publishes more than 400 research studies annually and offers custom research solutions. Since 1985 we have provided research to customers ranging in size from global conglomerates to one-person consulting firms. More than 90% of the industrial companies in the Fortune 500 use Freedonia Group research to help with their strategic planning. Reports can be purchased at www.freedoniagroup.com and are also available on www.marketresearch.com and www.profound.com
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