Opportunities for Materials in the Global Consumer Electronic Industry
Film manufacturers are shoring up the capacity of acrylics as they are gradually replacing Cellulose Triacetate (TAC) films across various display platforms.
Ultraviolet (UV) curable adhesives are finding increasing prominence in assembly solutions for electronic components.
Engineering plastics, such as polycarbonate and polyamides, will gain more presence in the market as end applications become more demanding.
As product lifecycle and development time shortens, manufacturers would need to create an additional line of investment to support product innovation and capitalize on the market when the time is right.
As dynamics shift from Light Emitting Diode (LED) to Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays, plastics such as Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA) are expected to lose share to more cost-effective alternatives, like polycarbonates.
About this report
This Frost & Sullivan research service aims to provide an overview of the global opportunities for materials in the consumer electronics industry. The research topics that are covered in the service include an industry overview and industry background, impact, and factors. The research also focuses on providing an insight into the possible opportunities for engineering plastics, liquid crystals, display films, and adhesives and sealants segments. Market potential, opportunity mapping, competitive structure, competitive factors, and key companies in the consumer electronics industry are also discussed.
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