This report, In-mold Decoration 2018, is our first report that focuses entirely on inmold decoration. In-mold decoration (IMD) as a technology was developed over 20 years ago. When first launched is was adopted mainly in the low specification appliance markets, while later the benefits of the technique had been realized in higher specification applications such as consumer electronics and the automotive industry. Today, IMD is also being used in other market sectors which are lower in volume but provide growth potential.
The IMD market provides opportunities for growth across the supply chain and at different rates in different regions of the world for different applications. In-mold Decoration 2018 highlights the opportunities that IMD provides to sustain or realize higher growth rates and the challenges which should be addressed to support this.
In-mold Decoration 2018 provides an overview of in-mold decoration technology, an overview of the market for in-mold decoration by region, application, and material, and outlines the market structure for in-mold decoration and the players involved in every stage of the value chain. The report concludes with a company directory that gives the reader an overview of the main companies involved in this market.
Table of Contents
4.2 Limitations of in-mold decoration
4.3 Opportunities for in-mold decoration
4.4 Challenges to in-mold decoration growth
5.2 Market Segmentation and Applications
5.2.1 Geographical Regions
5.2.2 End Use Applications
6.1.2 Commercial Web Coaters
6.1.3 IMD printers
6.1.4 Injection Molders
6.1.5 End Users / Brand owners
7.2 Raw Material Suppliers
7.3 Equipment Manufacturers