Global Cross- Linked Polymers Markets, 2022-2027 – Rise in Demand for Water Base… – Press Release

The “Global Cross- Linked Polymers Market to 2027” report has been added to’s offering.

Rise in demand for water based and eco-friendly coatings is the key driving factor which is expected to boost the global cross-linked polymers market growth.

Furthermore, increase in awareness in energy conservation will increases the demand for coatings in the various industries where insulation or coating is mandatory. It is expected to propel the growth of global cross-linked polymers market.

Moreover, increase in development of cross-linked polymers for wide range of applications such as paint & coatings, automotive, medical, aerospace & defense, and others may drive the global cross-linked polymers market, during this forecast period. In addition to that, increase in usage of cross-linked polymers in floor coatings and bumper applications will have the positive impact on global cross-linked polymers market growth.

However, high cost of cross linking agents and slightly toxic nature are the major restraining factors which are expected to hamper the global cross-linked polymers market growth.

Market Key Players

  • Polychem Limited
  • The Dow Chemical Company
  • HDC Hyundai Engineering Plastics Co. Ltd.
  • Saco Polymers Inc.
  • Borealis AG
  • 3H Vinacom Co
  • Solvay
  • Polyone
  • LyondellBasell Industries

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

1.1. Market Taxonomy

2. Global Cross-Linked Polymers Market Demand (in Value or Size in US$ Mn) Analysis and Forecast

3. Market Background

3.1. Forecast Factor

3.2. Market Dynamics

3.2.1. Drivers

3.2.2. Challenges

3.2.3. Trends

4. Global Cross-Linked Polymers Market Snapshot

5. Global Cross-Linked Polymers Market Analysis, By Cross-Linking Type

5.1. Y-o-Y Growth Comparison, By Cross-Linking Type

5.2. Global Cross-Linked Polymers Market Share Analysis, By Cross-Linking Type

5.3. Global Cross-Linked Polymers Market Size and Forecast, By Cross-Linking Type

5.3.1 Chemical Cross-links 5.3.2 Physical…