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The European Market for Thermal Insulation Products - 12th Edition

  • ID: 4825862
  • Report
  • Region: Europe
  • IAL
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Built upon the expertise in the global thermal insulation markets, the study details demand for 2018 and provides anticipated market figures for 2023. Forecast years are presented and market rankings (or market shares where available) of Europe’s leading insulation companies are indicated, by both country and product type. Market influences and trends are also outlined.

The report covers 26 countries (including all major European thermal insulation markets) split into 14 individual country volumes covering the most commonly used insulation materials. An additional 4 volumes focus on a specific insulation material individually (mineral fibre, EPS, XPS & PU/PIR) and present data for the regions of Western and Eastern Europe, and then for the same 26 countries.

Buyers of the full study will receive a specially compiled Executive Summary Volume free of charge.

Market data is given in cubic metres, tonnes and euros. The following market breakdown is provided:
End-use Sectors Covered:


  • Domestic Buildings - Flooring
  • Domestic Buildings - Roofing
  • Domestic Buildings - Wall
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Cold Stores
  • Agricultural Storage


  • Pipe Lagging  
  • Domestic Appliances
  • Transport
  • Process Plant

The contents of the report are based on a thorough investigation of the European markets, which includes extensive primary research across these throughout the first half of 2019, and an examination of relevant secondary sources and statistics.

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Country Volumes 1-14

1. Introduction  
2. Country Overview
Macroeconomic trends and forecasts, construction overview with construction statistics, market trends and legislative issues for each country
3. Market Summary for 2018 and Forecasts to 2023 by Type & End-Use Sector  
4. Market Review by Type of Insulation & by End-Use
Sector – 2018 & 2023 (tabular form)
Market Shares of Leading Suppliers and Manufacturers of Thermal Insulation Products

Types of insulation covered:

  •  Glass Wool
  •  Stone Wool
  •  White Expanded Polystyrene (White EPS)
  •  Grey Expanded Polystyrene (Grey EPS)
  •  Extruded Polystyrene (XPS)
  •  Polyurethane Foam (PUR)
  •  Polyisocyanurate Foam (PIR)
  •  Phenolic Foam
  •  Expanded Nitrile Rubber (ENR)
  •  Polyethylene (PE)
  •  Renewable Insulation Materials (New for 2019)
  •  Vacuum Insulation Panels/Aerogel (New for 2019)

5. Profiles of Key European Suppliers

6. Directory of Suppliers

Market Volumes A-D:

1. Introduction
2. Market Overview
Country overview, construction statistics and insulation material trends per country
3. Market Summary for a Specific Insulation Material for 2018 and Forecasts to 2023 by Region (Western & Eastern Europe), Country & End-Use Sector
4. Market Review for a Specific Insulation Material by Region (Western & Eastern Europe), Country & End Use Sector - 2018 & 2023 (tabular form)
5. Profiles of Key European Suppliers
6. Directory of Suppliers

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Information provided in these reports are based on existing in-house data and an extensive programme of interviews with leading product manufacturers, trade associations, distributors and raw materials producers involved with the specific market researched. These interviews are conducted within the 3-6 months leading up to the publication of the study, with the duration of the research programme and the number of interviews completed depending on the scope of the study. The analyst publishes both regional and global reports, and in most cases, the interviews are conducted in the native language of the individual respondents.

In addition, published data and statistics are also reviewed in order to produce as accurate figures as possible for size of markets studied. Market forecasts are based upon industry and economic forecasts as well as upon other relevant commercial and technical issues likely to affect individual market sectors and products, as well as the interviews conducted for the study.