Asia to Lead Ceramic Sanitary Ware Production Market with 43% of Global Share
Thailand identified as one of the 3 Ceramic Powerhouses in Asia alongside China and India.
The global ceramic sanitary ware production is expected to grow from 325 million units in 2011 to 443 million units by 2016, at an estimated CAGR of 6.39% for the same period. As of year 2011, Asia-Pacific leads ceramic sanitary ware production with a share of 52.6% followed by Europe (17.9%), South America (12.6%), North America (9.2%), and ROW (7.7%). Among the top countries are China, Mexico, Turkey, Brazil, and Colombia. The major players in the industry are Roca Sanitario SA (Spain), ToTo (Japan), American Standard (U.S.), Kohler Group (U.S.), Eczacibasi (Turkey), Duravit (Germany), Villeroy & Boch (Germany), and Ceramica Althea (Italy).
ReportsnReports.com have released the information in their “Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market – Global Trends & Forecasts by Product & Technology 2012 – 2017″ report. This research analyses the global ceramic sanitary ware production market and covers its production by geography, product type, and technology. By geography, the reported is segmented into Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, and Rest of the World. The products covered in this report include toilet sinks, water closets, wash basins, cisterns, pedestals, and others. Others products include bidets, squat pans, shower trays, and urinals. By technology the report studies slip casting and pressure casting. Primarily, slip casting technology is used for moulding ceramic sanitary wares, however high pressure casting technology offers number of benefits such as increased productivity, reduction in manpower, and high mould life. The penetration of pressure casting technology differs from region to region for production of ceramic sanitary wares.
The Asia-Pacific region is expected to continue its dominance on the global ceramic sanitary ware production, due the steady growth of ceramic sanitary ware industry of China, and emergence of other powerhouses within the region; namely India, and Thailand.
ASEAN Ceramics 2013 will be held in Thailand from the 11-13 September at BITEC, Bangkok to support the growing demands of Southeast Asia’s growing ceramic industry. It will showcase all the latest technology and materials from throughout the world and is held alonside the ICTA Conference endorsed by the leading trade and government organisations.
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