Global Thermally Conductive Plastics Market (2022 to 2027)

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DUBLIN, August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Thermal Conductive Plastics Market by Type (Polyamide, PBT, Polycarbonate, PPS, PEI, Polysulfones), End-Use (Electrical & Electronics, Automotive, Industrial, Aerospace, Healthcare, Telecom) and Region – Forecast to 2027′ report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global thermally conductive plastics market size is expected to grow from $121 million in 2021 to reach $298 million by 2027, at a CAGR of 16.2% between 2022 and 2027.

Rising demand for heat dissipation materials in LED lighting, growing adoption of electric vehicles, and miniaturization of electronic components are key factors for the growth of the thermally conductive plastics market. The deployment of telecommunications infrastructure and 5G communication devices will provide significant growth opportunities for manufacturers of thermally conductive plastics. However, the availability of conventional materials and the low thermal conductivity of plastics are expected to limit the market growth.

In terms of value, PEI is the third fastest growing type of thermally conductive plastic over the forecast period.

PEI, in combination with thermally conductive fillers, is a cost effective solution due to the reduced number of manufacturing steps and joints. Due to its creep resistance, low smoke emission and flame resistance, the demand for PEI as a thermally conductive plastic has increased significantly. PEI has applications in jet engine components, medical devices, and electrical and electronic insulators due to its extremely low smoke generation.

In terms of value, healthcare is estimated to be the second fastest growing segment in the thermally conductive plastics market, by end-use industry, over the forecast period.

Developments in the surgical robot industry for critical surgeries such as neurosurgery and spine surgery are expected to increase the demand for thermally conductive plastics in medical equipment. Thermally conductive plastics offer various advantages over conventional materials, such as shielding against electrostatic discharge (ESD) and radio frequency interference (RFI), which protect against electronic malfunctions due to electromagnetic waves. Housing critical components in medical equipment and heat sinks are some applications of thermally conductive plastics in the healthcare industry.

Europe The region accounted for the third largest share of the thermally conductive plastics market by value.

The presence of diverse end-use industries, manufacturers, compounders, distributors, and technical service providers for polymer testing and analysis presents growth opportunities for the market. Europe is considered an automotive hub, due to the presence of established car manufacturers, such as Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler. The development of materials science, innovation and high R&D investments for automotive, industrial automation, energy, electronic lighting and medical devices will drive the European thermal conductive plastics market.

Base polymers including PBT, PA, PPS and PC are the most common types of thermally conductive plastics used in Europe. Some of the European manufacturers in the thermally conductive plastics market are BASF, DSM, Covestro AG, Ensinger, LANXESS, Lehmann&Voss&Co., LATI Industria Termoplastici SpA and WITCOM Engineering Plastics BV.

Main topics covered:

1. Introduction

2 Research methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 premium previews
4.1 Emerging Economies to Witness High Growth in Thermally Conductive Plastics Market
4.2 Thermally Conductive Plastics Market, by Type
4.3 Thermally Conductive Plastics Market, By End-Use Industry
4.4 Global Thermally Conductive Plastics Market, by Country

5 Market Overview
5.1 Presentation
5.2 Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers
5.2.1.1 Miniaturization of electronic components and development of power electronics
5.2.1.2 Growing Demand for Lightweight and Customizable Parts in the Automotive Industry
5.2.1.3 Progress in electric mobility and telecommunications
5.2.2 Constraints
5.2.2.1 Lower thermal conductivity than traditional metals
5.2.2.2 Slow Growth of Electronics Industry Due to Geopolitical Uncertainties
5.2.2.3 Strict Plastic Recycling and Disposal Regulations to Increase Manufacturers’ Capital Expenditure
5.2.3 Opportunities
5.2.3.1 Growing demand for heat dissipation in electronics, automotive and telecom industries
5.2.3.2 Replacement of conventional plastics and metals for weight reduction and superior thermal management
5.2.4 Challenges
5.2.4.1 Crude Oil Price Fluctuation Impacts Polymer Resin Prices
5.2.4.2 High production cost and complex processing
5.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
5.3.1 Threat of new entrants
5.3.2 Threat of Substitutes
5.3.3 Bargaining power of suppliers
5.3.4 Bargaining power of buyers
5.3.5 Intensity of competitive rivalry
5.4 Value chain analysis
5.5 Mapping of ecosystems
5.6 Business Analysis
5.7 Price Analysis
5.8 Impact of COVID-19 on the Thermally Conductive Plastics Market
5.9 Trends/disruptions affecting customer business
5.10 Patent analysis
5.11 Technological analysis
5.11.1 5G Telecom Deployment and IoT Integration
5.11.2 Development of electric mobility
5.12 Analysis of case studies
5.12.1 Optimization of heat management in LED lighting with Makrolon thermally conductive plastics from Covestro AG
5.12.2 Replacing metal heat sinks with Avient’s thermally conductive plastics in swimming pool lighting
5.13 Analysis of raw materials
5.14 Marketing Channels
5.15 Key Conferences and Events in 2022-2023
5.16 Pricing and regulatory landscape
5.17 Operational data
5.18 Key Factors Affecting Purchasing Decisions
5.19 Macroeconomic Analysis

6 Thermally Conductive Plastics Market, by Type
6.1 Presentation
6.2 Polyamide
6.3 Polycarbonate
6.4 Polyphenylene sulfide
6.5 Polybutylene terephthalate
6.6 Polyetherimide
6.7 Polysulfones
6.8 Others
6.8.1 Polyether ether ketone
6.8.2 Polypropylene
6.8.3 Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene
6.8.4 Liquid crystal polymer

7 Thermally Conductive Plastics Market, By End-Use Industry
7.1 Presentation
7.2 Electricity and electronics
7.2.1 LED lighting
7.2.2 Electronic devices
7.2.3 Others
7.3 Automotive
7.3.1 Electric vehicle (EV)
7.3.2 Batteries
7.3.3 Charging infrastructure
7.3.4 Others
7.4 Industrial
7.4.1 HVAC
7.4.2 Energy
7.4.3 Others
7.5 Healthcare
7.6 Aeronautics
7.7 Telecommunications
7.7.1 Wireless devices
7.7.2 Others
7.8 Others
7.8.1 Defense & Security
7.8.2 Navy

8 Thermally Conductive Plastics Market, by Region

9 Competitive landscape
9.1 Presentation
9.2 Strategies Adopted by Key Players
9.3 Market Assessment Matrix
9.4 Top Players Revenue Analysis
9.5 Market Ranking Analysis
9.6 Market Share Analysis
9.6.1 Celanese Corporation
9.6.2 MDS
9.6.3 Sabic
9.6.4 Basf
9.6.5 Smith
9.7 Business Evaluation Matrix
9.7.1 Stars
9.7.2 Emerging Leaders
9.7.3 Ubiquitous Players
9.7.4 Participants
9.8 Competitive Benchmarking
9.8.1 Company footprint
9.8.2 Company End-Use Industry Footprint
9.8.3 Business type footprint
9.8.4 Company region footprint
9.9 Strength of product portfolio
9.10 Excellence in business strategy
9.11 Startups and Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Assessment Matrix
9.11.1 Progressive Companies
9.11.2 Sensitive companies
9.11.3 Starting Blocks
9.11.4 Dynamic companies
9.12 Competitive Scenario
9.12.1 New product launches
9.12.2 Offers
9.12.3 Other developments

10 company profiles
10.1 Key Players
10.1.1 Celanese Corporation
10.1.2 MDS
10.1.3 Sabic
10.1.4 Basf
10.1.5 Smith
10.1.6 Covestro AG
10.1.7 Avenir Corporation
10.1.8 Kaneka Company
10.1.9 Teacher
10.1.10 Mitsubishi Engineering-Plastics Corporation
10.1.11 Toray Industries, Inc.
10.1.12 Lanxess
10.2 Other Players
10.2.1 Sumitomo Bakelite Co. Ltd.
10.2.2 Chemical monkfish
10.2.3 Lati Industria Termoplastici SPA
10.2.4 Lehmann&Voss&Co.
10.2.5 Kraiburg Tpe GmbH & Co. KG
10.2.6 Kenner Material & System Co. Ltd.
10.2.7 Ascend Performance Materials
10.2.8 Ugent Tech Sdn Bhd.
10.2.9 Witcom Engineering Plastics Bv
10.2.10 Xiamen Keyuan Plastic Co.Ltd.
10.2.11 Dongguan Ziitek Electronic Hardware and Technology Ltd.
10.2.12 Radical Materials Ltd.
10.2.13 Coolmag Thermal Conductor, SL

11 Appendix

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