The Global Waterproofing Roofing Membrane Market Report 2018 gives an in-depth analysis of all things related to waterproofing membranes in the roofing industry. It assesses trends, new technologies, the market, standardization, regulation, case studies, projections and much more. It contains historical data and anticipated future trends in waterproofing membranes. The study is divided by application/end users and product type. Also, it features tables and graphs that help give a clear and fair understanding to anyone using the report. Check out the summary here.
Global Waterproofing Roofing Membrane Market Report 2018 Highlights
The main highlights of the Global Waterproofing Roofing Membrane Market Report 2018 include:
- An analysis for changing dynamics of industry competition.
- A projection of future factors driving or restraining market growth.
- A six-year forecast of market growth.
- Key product segments and their expected futures.
Plus, as the industry focus on incorporating green roofing practices into the manufacturing processes grows, the report offers insight. It explains how the green consumer preference will influence the future of the waterproofing industry.
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