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Natural & Wood Fiber-based Plastic Composites Market

15 July 2002

Principia Partners is undertaking the world's first combined North American and European study of the rapidly growing market for wood and natural fiber plastic composites.

This detailed study, entitled Wood Plastic Composites 2003, is the sixth industry review conducted by Principia in the last four years. Following on the success of its benchmark 1999 analysis of the market, this report identifies key market opportunities, takes the first detailed look at the European WPC industry, and profiles established and emerging suppliers.

Wood Plastic Composites 2003 will cover the Building Products, Automotive, Infrastructure, Industrial, and Consumer markets for WPC and is ideal for established players and new market entrants, including: Resin Suppliers and Compounders, Wood and Natural Fiber Suppliers, Mineral and Polymer Additive Suppliers, Recyclers and Processors, Building Product Suppliers, Profile Extruders and Molders.





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