Market Research Report
Glass-Basalt-Plastic Pipes and Geogrids in Russia and the Far Eastern Federal District: Production, Market and Forecast
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|Glass-Basalt-Plastic Pipes and Geogrids in Russia and the Far Eastern Federal District: Production, Market and Forecast|
|Published: September 5, 2013||Content info:||
This work is a desk study. As information sources, we used data of Rosstat , Federal Customs Service of Russia, rail transport statistics of JSC " Russian Railways ", the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Statistics. Also used data from the sector and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of companies, web-sites of the materials manufacturer of continuous basalt fiber composite tubes and nets. When working on a report conducted telephone interviews of market participants.
The report consists of three chapters, contains 183 pages, 31 Figures and 64 Tables .
The first chapter is devoted to the study of production on the basis of continuous basalt fiber.
This chapter describes the characteristics and advantages of continuous basalt fiber ( CBF ) compared with glass fiber . The data on the technology of composite pipes and geogrids , information about the main manufacturers of products based on basalt fiber , technical specifications and price of products.
Also in the first chapter analyzes the statistics on the volume of foreign trade operations with composite tubes and geogrids .
The analysis of regulations in the field of technical regulation of the production and use of pipes and geogrids made of composite materials.
The second chapter provides estimates of the potential sectors of consumption of products of continuous basalt fiber in the Far East , made on the basis of the analysis of data on key indicators of socio -economic development of the region and the ongoing federal and regional programs.
The third chapter presents the findings of the feasibility of the production of products based on basalt fiber in the Far Eastern Federal District .