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Carbon Black Market Analysis

Carbon Black: Furnace, Thermal, Acetylene, Ketjen, Ensaco and other specialist types of carbon black.

Proprietary, consumer-up, market modelling systems utilise model formulations which are built by region, product type and product subtype. Modelling can be done for carbon black and/or compound consumption or alternatively, unit product production, this provides a direct comparison with real life usage data.

RCCL's proprietary top down modelling (automotive only) can be used to benchmark consumer-up data and is particularly useful for longer term trend analysis.

Custom market models can be built to client specifications as required.

Carbon black is one of RCCL's core activities. Specialist systems have also been developed to model manufacturing cost and market pricing.

RCCL publishes an annual industry report for furnace carbon black and is actively providing marketing support to a number of leading carbon black producers. Support has also been provided to top tier global tire manufacturers for carbon black approvals.

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Recent Market Analysis Reports Including Carbon Black

Tire Fillers Market 2018: Past-Present-Future

Tire fillers market analysis covering the period 2011 to 2030. Covering key filler manufacturers by filler type and detailing tire market drivers, volumes, prices and values.

Key manufacturers are discussed by filler type. This includes carbon black (furnace, thermal and acetylene), precipitated silica (standard and highly dispersible), mineral fillers (clay, calcium carbonate, ground coal) and titanium dioxide. Topics include high level capacities, industry changes, drivers and developments.

Tire market drivers cover tire types, subtypes, megatrends and regional developments. Regional weighted average market prices, by filler type and subtype, are used for 2017 market pricing comparisons. Market volumes are then provided in detail by filler type and region for 2011 to 2030. This is followed by regional market values based on average pricing for 2017 projected to 2023 and 2029.

Forward market volumes and values are derived by combining all the necessary market drivers, including but not limited to: organic growth, regional drivers and technology drivers. RCCL’s comprehensive analysis system is outlined in the report. Market volumes have been validated against real life usage patterns from a number of different confidential sources.

Furnace Carbon Black Industry & Markets 2018: Past-Present-Future

Furnace carbon black industry and market analysis covering the period 2011 to 2030. Industry coverage includes production capacities, trends and industry drivers. Market coverage includes international trade, segmental drivers, volumes, market prices and market values.

An overview of the furnace carbon black industry leads into a more detailed analysis of the manufacturing landscape. This looks at key manufacturers and the geographical spread of global manufacturing capacity. This is followed by analysis of manufacturer’s financial performance, manufacturing cost and manufacturing developments.

Carbon black market dynamics are then addressed for the primary market segments of tire, rubber goods (MRG) and plastics where consideration is given to drivers such as global megatrends, material developments, legislation and product differentiation. Market dynamics is completed with a brief look at the other market segments comprising of inks, coatings and numerous other niche applications.

International trade looks at the balance of production and demand and allows some high level benchmarking for market pricing. This is followed by a more detailed analysis of market pricing via RCCL’s proprietary market price modelling system which is benchmarked against actual market prices for China, Europe and North America for referenced rubber, plastic and specialist grades.

The key focus of the report is a detailed look at historic, current and projected future volumes in the primary market segments of tire, rubber goods and plastics and ‘other’ segments. Detailed projections are provided for future volumes based on the mix of market drivers already outlined. The market volumes are then combined with regional and segmental pricing estimates to determine market values.

The report concludes with a section looking at global and regional supply versus demand, this section also includes detailed analysis of several topical market related issues for India and North America.

The executive summary provides extensive conclusions and key takeaways for the report. This is designed for easy transfer into management presentations.

Carbon Black Industry & Market Report 2017 (7th Edition)

Furnace carbon black industry and market analysis covering the period 2011 to 2030 providing detailed market volumes and values broken down by segment and geography.

The report provides an overview of the furnace carbon black industry and markets. This provides the basis for more detailed analysis of the manufacturing landscape looking at key manufacturers and the geographical spread of global manufacturing capacity together with manufacturer’s financial performance, manufacturing cost analysis and manufacturing developments.

Carbon black market dynamics are then addressed in detail for the primary market segments of tire, rubber goods (MRG) and plastics where consideration is given to drivers such as global megatrends, material developments, legislation and product differentiation. Market analysis is completed with a brief look at the other market segments including inks, coatings and numerous other niche applications.

The current imbalance of global production makes it necessary to take a close look at international trade movements between the different market regions, this data also allows for some benchmarking versus historic market pricing and modelled market pricing estimates which are derived from extended considerations developed in the manufacturing landscape section.

The key focus of the report is a detailed look at historic, current and projected future volumes in the primary market segments of tire, rubber goods and plastics and ‘other’ segments. Detailed projections are provided for future volumes based on the mix of market drivers already outlined. Volume opportunities are looked at in detail based on projected incremental volumes from 2016 figures. Value analysis is then addressed by looking at market values for 2015, 2016, 2020, 2025 and 2030 and assessing incremental changes by geography and market segment.

The report finishes with a section bringing together manufacturing capacities, market demands and international trade at a global and regional level enabling estimates of past, present and future industry utilisation.

The executive summary provides easy to interpret info graphics, bullet points and statistics with clear practical conclusions covering the key findings from each of the sections of the report. The report is published by Rubber Chemical Consultants Ltd.

Carbon Black Industry & Market Report 2016

Furnace carbon black industry and market analysis covering the period 2011 to 2020 including technical, legislative and market drivers shaping the future of the carbon black industry. The report contains a detailed industry overview including manufacturers, capacities, end markets as well as global supply, demand, international trade and key industry drivers. This is followed by analysis of industry technological developments covering process, cost reduction, energy recovery, product development and novel processes. Technology developments in the key market segments of tire, rubber goods and plastics are analysed and the effect on future carbon black market demand is discussed. Carbon black manufacturing costs and selling prices are addressed prior to detailed analysis of the market segments which are presented by segmental volume and value as well as regional, country and in some instances state volume as well as regional values. Key points are covered by a comprehensive executive summary. Published by Mike Rowlinson Technology Ltd.

Industry Changes & Analysis Includes:
Recently announced changes by Birla Carbon regarding the closure of capacity in Hannover, Germany together with reduction of capacity in Alexandria, Egypt.
Pressures on domestic suppliers in USA from US EPA impositions, increasing production costs and international competition.
Detailed analysis of significant international trade and near term future impact on different regions.
Impact of proposed tire labelling on North American and Chinese markets.

Tire Industry Filler Market Report 2015

Market research and market analysis of tire filler types, global market volumes and trends. The report defines tire fillers and explains the methodology used to analyse the tire filler market in detail. Past, present and future tire industry capacity is evaluated followed by a thorough review of tire technology relating to emerging tire filler technologies with a view on market impacts. A detailed market analysis of global tire filler volumes is presented for the five main filler categories (carbon black, standard precipitated silica, highly dispersible silica, mineral fillers and recycled or reclaimed materials) covering the major tire categories (passenger car, truck, light truck, SUV and others). Key aspects of this market are analysed with a view on tire filler marketing strategies, opportunities and threats. A comprehensive Excel Workbook data package is provided with the report covering the five filler categories and allowing detailed analysis of filler volumes by tire category (e.g. SUV) and also sub category (e.g. SUV Summer, SUV Winter, SUV High Performance…). Published by Mike Rowlinson Technology Ltd.

Carbon Black Industry Market Report 2015

Market research and market analysis of the global furnace carbon black market (broken down by into regions and countries) with detailed analysis of carbon black manufacturers and carbon black consumers. Manufacturing covers volumes from 2011 to 2014 with projections through 2020. The top 10 carbon black manufacturers are covered in detail focusing on significant changes in production and business strategy together with a summary of significant results. Carbon black consumers are covered via market segments for tire, rubber, plastic and specialist applications with detailed actual consumption figures for 2011 to 2014 and projections through 2020. Carbon black market drivers are discussed in relation to emerging technologies with particular attention being paid to precipitated silica and the effects of tire labelling. Industry utilization, carbon black manufacturing costs and market pricing are also covered in detail. Published by Mike Rowlinson Technology Ltd.
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Bespoke Analysis

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Market Analysis

RCCL has a completed numerous rubber chemical market research projects.

Projects have covered tire & rubber goods segmental analysis as well as detailed research on fillers and rubber chemicals.

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Global Database

RCCL's Global Tire & Rubber Chemical Database © (GTRCDB) is a comprehensive market intelligence system supporting state-of-the-art rubber chemical market analysis.

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Market Projections

Detailed and verified historic volumes from 2011 to the last full completed year allow a firm foundation for future market projections.

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