Ceramics: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020

Ceramics: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020

WinterGreen, Date of Publication: Aug 26, 2014, 575 Pages
US$3,900.00
WG4200

The vendors in the ceramics industry have to invest in high-quality production processes, logistics systems that guarantee fast delivery, and the development of innovative products in order to keep market share.  

Worldwide ceramics markets are increasingly diversified, poised to represent significant size as every segment continues to grow.  Ceramics covers a broad range of sectors within the building industry.  Ceramics sub-sectors are being impacted by the need for the availability of raw materials and the high costs of energy.  As solar energy becomes available, competitive, and affordable by 2016, this is set to create vast market shifts in the ceramics markets.

The cost structures of energy-intensive ceramics producers are impacted by increasing fuel prices.  The ceramics manufacturing process needs efficient energy.  High energy costs for manufacturing is changing markets, hindering the competitiveness of ceramics producers without access to cheap fuels.  The price of energy has risen.  Ceramics sectors substantially mirror the change in the price of crude oil.  Energy costs account for a measurable share of operating costs.

Ceramic segments include roof tiles, floor tiles, bricks, sanitary pottery, ceramic insulation, glass, cement, and refactory clay bricks.  There are many different types of ceramic tiles including refractory tiles, technical tiles, ornamental tiles, roofing tiles, and tiles made into stands.

The ceramics sector is faced with a number of competitiveness challenges, many of which have been fuelled by globalization.  Increased environmental regulation continues to be an issue.  The increase in the number of comparative low-cost ceramics products being imported from emerging economies is a sign that in some sectors, particularly in the ceramic tableware sub-sector, the local competitive advantage on the basis of cost is diminishing. 

Major global players are emerging in many ceramics subsectors, especially in wall and floor tile manufacturing.

A key competitiveness factor for the ceramics sector is increased environmental regulation and control.  The relatively high energy-intensity of ceramics production, brought about by the need to heat kilns up to 2000°C, makes the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions challenging. 

The technologies and techniques used in ceramics production to minimize energy use by kilns are already advanced.  Major short-term future increases in efficiency are unlikely.

The effects of globalization on the ceramics industry include potential economic benefit for market participants who are able to expand globally.  Globalization of the ceramics sector has encouraged specialization in many markets.  Within the EU, vendors have become world leaders in producing value added ceramics products, many of which are manufactured by flexible and innovative SMEs.

Globalization opportunities have encouraged firms to extend their activities to an international arena.  A systematic review through the framework profile of the ceramics sector was undertaken, covering the regulatory conditions, the framework conditions, and the conditions. The review was based on a literature survey and interviews with market participants and users.

Consideration of ceramics market forecasts indicates that markets at $296.2 billion will reach $502.8 billion by 2020.  Growth comes as every industry achieves efficiency in manufacturing process and renewable energy efficiency.  The vendors in the ceramics industry have to invest in high-quality production processes, logistics systems that guarantee fast delivery and the development of innovative products in order to keep market share.  

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. CERAMICS MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
1.1 Effects Of Globalization
1.1.1 Annual Industrial Electricity Prices
1.1.2 Ceramic Environmental Regulation And Control
1.2 Residential Ceramics Market
1.2.1 Residential Construction Market: EU
1.2.2 Non-Residential Construction Market EU
1.3 Sanitaryware
1.3.1 Sanitaryware Sales of Luxurious Equipment
1.3.2 Sanitaryware Easy care
1.3.3 Sanitaryware Easy to Install
1.4 Economics Of The Flat Glass Sector
1.5 Ceramic Ttiles
1.5.1 Format
1.5.2 Color
1.5.3 Decoration
1.6 Glass Markets
1.6.1 Annealed Glass
1.6.2 Toughened Glass
1.6.3 Laminated Glass
1.6.4 Coated
1.6.5 Mirrored Glass
1.6.6 Patterned Glass
1.6.7 Extra-Clear glass
1.6.8 Flat Glass Products for the Co
1.6 Glass Markets
1.6.1 Annealed Glass
1.6.2 Toughened Glass
1.6.3 Laminated Glass
1.6.4 Coated
1.6.5 Mirrored Glass
1.6.6 Patterned Glass
1.6.7 Extra-Clear glass
1.6.8 Flat Glass Products for the Construction Sector
1.7 Glass Uses & Applications
1.7.1 Glass in Residential Houses
1.7.2 Glass in Commercial Buildings
1.7.3 Interior Design
1.7.4 Characteristics and Functions of Glass in buildings:
1.8 Glass Solar Control
1.9 Glass Safety and Security
1.9.1 Fire Resistance
1.9.2 Noise Control
1.9.3 Decorative: Interior Design
1.9.4 Self-Cleaning Glass
1.9.5 Flat Glass for Automotive and Transports
1.9.6 Buses and Coaches
1.9.7 Agricultural and Forestry Machinery
1.9.8 Ships and Boats
1.9.9 Aircraft
1.9.10 Trains
1.10 Military Ceramic Armor Markets
1.11 Ceramic Household And Ornamental Articles
1.12 Types of Ceramics
1.12.1 Wall and Floor Tiles
1.12.2 Sanitaryware
1.12.3 Refractory Products
1.12.4 Vitrified Clay Pipes
1.12.5 Technical Ceramics
1.13 Ceramics Impacted By Availability Of Energy, Trade Barriers and
1.14 Clay Bricks
1.15 Cement Critical To Construction: United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration
1.15.1 Cement 

2. CERAMICS MARKET
2.1 Ceramics Sector Market Driving Forces
2.2 Total Ceramics Sector Market Analysis
2.3 Ceramic Market Regional Analysis
2.3.1 Ceramic Market Forecast Analysis: Pottery - Tableware
2.3.2 Pottery - Tableware Market Shares
2.3.3 World Glassware Market
2.3.4 Ceramic and Glass Tableware Market Forecasts
2.3.5 Ceramic and Glass - Tableware Market Regional Analysis
2.3.6 Large Ceramic Producer: Capacity
2.3.7 In Spain
2.3.8 China
2.3.9 Marazzi Group is part of Mohawk Industries
2.3.10 Large Ceramic Producer: Revenue
2.3.11 Tableware Market In India
2.3.12 France Leading Tableware Exporter to Japan
2.3.13 Waterford, Wedgwood and Royal Doulton (WWRD) Group / Johnson Brothers
2.4 Sanitary Pottery
2.4.1 Ceramic Sanitary Pottery Market Segmentation
2.4.2 Sanitary Ware And Ceramic Tiles Private Market
2.4.3 Sanitary Ware And Ceramic Tiles Professional Market
2.4.4 Sanitary ware Segmentation Of The Sanitary Ware Market
2.4.5 Basins
2.4.6 WCs
2.4.7 Cisterns
2.4.8 Pedestals
2.4.9 Bidets
2.4.10 Sanitary Pottery Market Shares
2.4.11 Ceramic Sanitaryware Market Forecasts
2.4.12 Ceramic Sanitary Ware Production
2.4.13 Ceramic Sanitary Ware Regional Analysis
2.4.14 Roca
2.4.15 Sanitaryware Discussion
2.4.16 Lixil / American Standard
2.5 Ceramic Roof Tile Building Materials
2.5.1 Ceramic Roof Tile Market Forecasts
2.5.2 Ceramic Roof Tile Regional Analysis
2.5.3 Clay Roof Tile
2.5.4 Roof Tiles
2.5.5 Industrial Nanotech
2.5.6 Nansulate(R)
2.6 Ceramic Bricks
2.6.1 Ceramic Bricks Market Shares
2.6.2 Ceramic Bricks Regional Market Forecast
2.6.3 Ceramic Bricks Regional Market Analysis
2.7 Ceramic Floor Tiles
2.7.1 Ceramic Floor Tile Market Forecasts
2.7.2 Ceramic Floor Tile Regional Analysis
2.7.3 Roca
2.7.4 Roca Ceramic Tile
2.7.5 Mohawk / Marazi
2.7.6 Kajaria
2.7.7 Somany
2.7.8 US sales of Ceramic Floor Tile Market Regional Segments
2.7.9 Main Export Markets for Turkish Ceramic Tiles
2.7.10 Ceramic Tile And Stone Consultants (CTaSC)
2.7.11 Agha Group of Companies / National tiles and Ceramics Limited
2.7.12 Imola
2.7.13 The Concorde Group / Atlas Concorde
2.7.14 The Concorde Group / Caesar
2.7.15 Ceramiche Caesar
2.7.16 Pamesa
2.7.17 Grespania
2.8 Ceramic Electric Insulator
2.8.1 Ceramic Electric Insulator Regional Market Analysis
2.8.2 Ceramic Insulator Shipment Market Forecasts
2.8.3 Ceramic Electric Insulator Market Shares
2.8.4 Elantas Beck
2.8.5 Bhopal Electrical Insulation Pvt. Ltd.
2.8.6 NGK Insulators Ltd.
2.8.7 Lapp Insulators
2.9 Glass
2.9.1 Plate Glass, Flat Glass Market Shares
2.9.2 Glass and Flat Glass Market Forecasts
2.9.3 Flat Glass Market Forecasts
2.9.4 Flat Glass Regional Market Segments
2.9.5 NSG Group
2.9.6 AGC Glass
2.9.7 SiSecam Group
2.9.8 Bottle Container Glass
2.9.9 Bottle Glass Market Shares
2.9.10 Bottle Glass Market Forecasts
2.9.11 Saint-Gobain
2.9.12 Packaging Manufacturing Process And Finished Products
2.9.13 Verallia
2.9.14 Verallia Glass Bottle Packaging
2.9.15 Bottle Glass Market Shares
2.9.16 Bottle Glass Market Segments, Regional, Shipments
2.9.17 Owens-Illinois Bottle Glass
2.9.18 Frit Glass
2.9.19 Frit Glass Market Shares
2.9.20 Frit Glass Market Forecasts
2.9.21 Schott
2.9.22 Suzhou Juxing Glass Industrial Co.
2.9.23 Frit Glass Market Segments, Regional Shipments
2.10 Cement
2.10.1 World Cement And Concrete Market Shares
2.10.2 World Cement And Concrete Market Forecasts
2.10.3 World Cement And Concrete Market Regional Analysis
2.10.4 Cement Consumption
2.10.5 2013 US Domestic Production Of Cement
2.10.6 US Imports Fill Production Gap
2.10.7 Cement Industry Efficiency Gains
2.10.8 Cement As A Core Industry
2.10.9 Cement Market Size in India
2.10.10 Cemex
2.10.11 Cement Corporation of India
2.10.12 Cement Market Demand
2.11 Refactory Fire Clay Bricks
2.11.1 Refactory Market Shares
2.11.2 Ceramic Refactory Market Shares
2.11.3 Refactory Market Forecasts
2.11.4 Ceramic Refactory Market Forecasts
2.11.5 Refactory Regional Market Analysis
2.11.6 Ceramic Refactory Market Regional Segment Shipments in Units
2.11.7 Ceramic Refactory Regional Market Analysis
2.11.8 ANH Refractories Company
2.11.9 Harbison-Walker Refractories Co
2.11.10 Magneco/Metrel, Inc.
2.11.11 Refractory Products
2.11.12 Refactory Companies
2.11.13 Ceramic Refactory Market
2.12 Abrasives
2.12.1 Abrasives Companies
2.12.2 Grinding Market Forecast
2.13 Decorative Ceramics
2.14 High Performance Ceramic Coatings
2.14.1 High Performance Ceramic Coating Companies
2.14.2 Ceramic Coatings Market Forecasts
2.14.3 Ceramic Coatings Market Regional Segments
2.15 Glazed Tiles
2.16 Inorganic Color Pigments
2.16.1 DuPont Coatings & Color Technologies
2.16.2 Huntsman
2.16.3 Kronos Worldwide
2.16.4 Ferro
2.16.5 America and the World
2.16.6 Inorganic Pigments
2.16.7 Titanium Dioxide
2.16.8 Ceramic Inorganic Color Pigments Market Shares
2.16.9 Ceramic Inorganic Color Pigments Market Regional Segments
2.16.10 Tronox
2.16.11 Exxaro group / Namakwa Sands
2.17 Ceramic Enamel Frits
2.17.1 Ceramic Enamel Frit Market Shares
2.17.2 Frit Glass Market Shares, Shipments i
2.18 Regional Ceramic Market Analysis
2.18.1 EU Ceramics Sector
2.18.2 Italian Ceramic Industry Driven By Exports
2.18.3 Italian Tile Market Share
2.18.4 Italian Sanitaryware Industry
2.18.5 Russian and Other Ceramic Industry
2.18.6 Flat Glass in Europe
2.18.7 Flat glass An Integral Component Of Many Solar Energy Technologies
2.18.8 India Ceramic Tiles
2.18.9 China: Ceramic Tile Industry
2.18.10 Refractory Demand in China
2.18.11 Refractory Demand in Russia
2.18.12 Five Market Segments In China 

3. CERAMICS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Pottery Ceramic Tile
3.1.1 Casa Enzo Ferrari museum in Modena, Italy.
3.1.2 Indoor Outdoor tile
3.2 Ceramic Sanitary Ware Market
3.2.1 American Standard Toilets, Seats & Bidets
3.2.2 Toilets Are Virtually Clog Free, Save Water And Keep Themselves Cleaner Longer
3.2.3 American Standard Advantage
3.3 Glass
3.3.1 China Glass Holdings
3.3.2 Anchor Glass Product Development
3.3.3 Gorilla Glass
3.3.4 Corning Gorilla Glass
3.3.5 Bottle Glass
3.3.6 Owens-Illinois Glass Tableware
3.3.7 Owens-Illinois Glass Beer
3.3.8 Owens-Illinois Glass Wine
3.3.9 Owens-Illinois Glass Luxury
3.3.10 Owens-Illinois Glass Spirits
3.3.11 Owens-Illinois Glass Non-Alcoholic Beverages
3.3.12 Owens-Illinois Glass Pharmaceutical & Chemical
3.4 Refractory Products
3.4.1 Refactory
3.4.2 Refractory Suppliers Are Increasingly Quoting Steel Makers A Total System Price Per Ton
3.5 Ceradyne Ceramic Armor
3.6 Ceramic Glazes
3.6.1 Ferro Frits
3.6.2 Ferro Colors
3.6.3 Ferro Glazes
3.6.4 Ferro Custom Tile Decoration
3.7 Organic Pigments
3.7.1 Inorganic Pigments
3.7.2 Inorganic Colors Come In A Variety Of Forms
3.7.3 Inorganic Colors Background and Development
3.8 Portland Cement
3.8.1 Portland Cement (ASTM Types)
3.8.2 Types of Portland Cement
3.8.3 Cement Composition
3.8.4 Storage of Cement
3.8.5 Cement Certification
3.8.6 Blended Portland Cements
3.8.7 Modified Portland Cement (Expansive Cement)
3.8.8 Concrete Placed In An Environment Where It Begins To Dry And Lose Moisture 

4. CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Ceramic Tile Technology and Features
4.2 Ceramic Associations
4.3 Ceradyne Ceramic Armor Performance
4.3.1 Improving Ceramic Armor Performance
4.3.2 Ceramic Armor Is Damaged On Impact
4.4 Ceramics Sector Is Impacted By Regulations
4.5 Clay’s Natural Advantages
4.6 Ceramic Environmental Regulations
4.6.1 Cement Manufacture Causes Environmental Impacts
4.7 Hydraulic Fracturing Environmental Regulations
4.8 Cement Manufacture Causes Environmental Impacts
4.9 Pigment
4.9.1 Titanium Dioxide
4.9.2 Iron Oxides.
4.9.3 Lead Chromates
4.9.4 Environmental Impacts
4.9.5 Bauxite and Alumina
4.9.6 Boron Minerals
4.9.7 Clays
4.9.8 Feldspar
4.9.9 Kyanite and Related Materials
4.9.10 Rare Earths
4.9.11 Silica
4.9.12 Zirconium
4.9.13 Glass in Photovoltaic Applications
4.9.14 Glass And Mirrors in Concentrated Solar Power Systems 

5 CERAMICS COMPANY DESCRIPTION
5.1 ABK Group
5.2 Anchor Glass Container Corporation / Wayzata Investment Partners
5.3 Asahi Glass Co Ltd
5.3.1 Asahi Glass Fuel Cell
5.3.2 Asahi Glass Fuel Cells Close To Practical Use
5.3.3 Asahi Glass Fuel Cells In Daily Life In 2010
5.3.4 Asahi Glass Chemicals Business as Core Business to the AGC Group
5.3.5 Asahi Glass ETFE Film With High Transparency And Flexibility
5.3.6 AGC Glass Europe
5.3.7 Asahi Glass Revenue
5.3.8 Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. / AGC Solar
5.3.9 AGC Solar Business Overview
5.3.10 AGC Solar Float Glass and Insulating Glass
5.3.11 Residential Homes (Low-E Insulating Glass Units)
5.3.12 AGC Group
5.3.13 Asahi Glass Co Glass Operations
5.3.14 AGC Group Segments
5.3.15 AGC Solar Reportable Segment Glass
5.3.16 Asahi Glass Co Glass Markets
5.3.17 Asahi Glass Co Electronics
5.3.18 Asahi Glass Co Chemicals
5.3.19 Asahi Glass Co Glass
5.3.20 Asahi Glass Co Electronics
5.3.21 Asahi Glass Co Chemicals
5.4 Battelle
5.5 CARBO Ceramics
5.5.1 CARBO Ceramics Largest Customers
5.5.2 CARBO Ceramics Manufacturing Capacity
5.6 Casalgrande Padana
5.7 Cemex
5.8 Ceramiche Caesar
5.9 Ceramiche Sant’agostino
5.10 3M / Ceradyne
5.10.1 Ceradyne Products and Markets
5.10.2 Ceradyne Operating Divisions
5.10.3 Ceradyne
5.10.4 Ceradyne Strategy
5.10.5 Ceradyne Positioning
5.10.6 Ceradyne Revenue
5.10.7 Ceradyne Company Objectives For Advanced Ceramic Solutions
5.11 China Glass Holdings Limited
5.11.1 China Southern Glass (Australia)Pty Ltd is a subsidiary of CSG Holding Co., Ltd.
5.11.2 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Suqian, Jiangsua
5.11.3 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Weihai, Shandong
5.11.4 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Xianyang, Shaanxi
5.11.5 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Beijing
5.11.6 China Glass Holdings Production Base of Wuhai, Inner Mongolia
5.11.7 China Glass Holdings Production base in Nanjing, Jiangsu
5.11.8 China Glass Holdings Production base in Taicang, Jiangsu
5.11.9 China Glass Holdings Business and Revenue
5.11.10 China Glass Holdings Business Review
5.11.11 China Glass Holdings Outlook Tied To China’s Twelfth Five Year Plan
5.11.12 China Glass Holdings Lowers Cost to Manufacture Low Iron Glass
5.11.13 China Glass Network
5.12 Coem
5.13 Concorde Group
5.13.1 Atlas Concorde and Caesar
5.13.2 The Concorde Group / Atlas Concorde
5.13.3 The Concorde Group / Caesar
5.14 Coop. Ceramica imola group
5.15 Corning
5.15.1 Corning Opens Advanced Technology Center in Taiwan
5.15.2 Corning Display Technologies Segment
5.15.3 Corning Singapore Holdings Private Ltd., a Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Corning Inc., and Samsung Display Co., Ltd.
5.15.4 Corning Revenue
5.15.5 Corning Second-Quarter 2012 Segment Results
5.15.6 Corning Display Technologies Segment
5.15.7 Corning Telecommunications Segment
5.15.8 Corning Environmental Technologies Segment
5.15.9 Corning Specialty Materials Segment
5.15.10 Corning Life Sciences Segment
5.16 Dong Xu Ltd
5.17 Dora Tiles
5.18 Emilceramica Group
5.19 Emser
5.20 Faetano-Del Conca Group
5.21 Fatih Ozceleb Group
5.22 Ferro
5.22.1 Ferro Tender Offer
5.22.2 Ferro 2014 First-Quarter Results
5.23 Fiandre Group - Iris
5.24 Fincibec Group
5.25 Finfloor Group
5.26 LABEG Holding GmbH / FLABEG Technical Glass / Naugatuck Glass
5.27 Fu Yao
5.27.1 Fuyao Glass Industry Group Parent Company
5.27.2 Fu Yao Manufacturing Facilities
5.27.3 Fu Yao Solar Glass
5.28 Gardenia-Orchidea Group
5.29 Gold Art Ceramica Group
5.30 Glass for Europe
5.31 Grespania
5.32 Guangdong Golden Glass Technologies Ltd
5.33 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong)
5.33.1 Guangfeng Solar Glass (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.
5.34 Guardian
5.34.1 Guardian Industries
5.34.2 Guardian Industries Manufactures Glass Using The Float Process
5.34.3 Guardian Heat-Treated Glass
5.34.4 Guardian Tempered Glass
5.34.5 Guardian Industries US Base, Global Growth
5.35 Huntsman
5.36 HUPC Chemical
5.37 IKEA
5.38 Imerys
5.39 Imola
5.40 Industrial Nanotech Inc.
5.41 Industrie Ceramiche Piemme
5.42 Kronos Worldwide
5.43 Libbey
5.44 Lixil / American Standard
5.44.1 Lixil / American Standard
5.44.2 American Standard / Crane Holding Corporation
5.44.3 American Standard / Eljer Holding Corporation
5.44.4 American Standard Quality
5.44 Mohawk Industries
5.44.1 Mohawk Revenue
5.44.2 Mohawk Industries / Marazzi Group
5.45 Minsen Sanitaryware
5.46 Nippon Sheet Glass Co Ltd c
5.46.1 Pilkington North America
5.46.2 Pilkington in North America
5.46.3 Nippon Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass
5.47 NSG Group
5.48 Owens-Illinois
5.49 Pamesa
5.50 PPG
5.50.1 PPG Review
5.50.2 PPG Acquisition Transformation
5.50.3 PPG Geographical Profile Transformation
5.50.4 PPG Industries Business Segments
5.51 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
5.52 Panariagroup
5.53 Photonics / Hoya Candeo Optronics
5.54 Roca
5.55 Ricchetti Group
5.55.1 Ricchetti Group / Cerdisa
5.56 Saint-Gobain
5.56.1 Saint Gobain Solar
5.56.2 Saint-Gobain Revenue
5.56.3 Saint-Gobain Packaging
5.56.4 Saint-Gobain Sales
5.56.5 Saint-Gobain Operating income
5.56.6 Saint-Gobain Sectors of activity
5.56.7 Saint-Gobain Addresses Spanish Market
5.56.8 Saint-Gobain SGG ALBARINO Glass
5.56.9 Saint-Gobain Revenue
5.56.10 Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials
5.56.11 Saint-Gobain Revenue
5.56.12 Saint-Gobain Sales trends by Business Sector
5.57 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
5.58 Schott
5.58.1 Schott Solar Manufacturing Facility in Albuquerque
5.58.2 Schott Revenue
5.58.3 Schott Parabolic Recievers
5.58.4 Schott Powered Thermal Parabolic Trough Power
5.58.5 Schott
5.58.6 Schott Electronic Packaging Gmbh
5.58.7 Schott AgFlat Glass
5.58.8 Schott Technological Competence
5.58.9 SCHOTT Solar Global presence
5.58.10 SCHOTT Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Business Division
5.58.11 SCHOTT Solar 2008 - Hospital Ward In Senegal
5.58.12 SCHOTT Light for Tanzania
5.58.13 SCHOTT Solar PV and Consolidated Solar Technologies at Moriarty High School
5.58.14 SCHOTT Solar Black Frame Modules
5.58.15 SCHOTT Solar Top in PV+ test by Solarpraxis and TÜV Rheinland
5.58.16 Schott Electronic Packaging Gmbh
5.58.17 Schott Ag Flat Glass
5.58.18 Schott
5.58.19 SCHOTT Solar Global presence
5.58.20 SCHOTT Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Business Division
5.58.21 SCHOTT Solar - Hospital Ward In Senegal
5.58.22 SCHOTT Light for Tanzania
5.58.23 SCHOTT Solar PV and Consolidated Solar Technologies Inaugurate Photovoltaic Solar
Installation at Moriarty High School
5.58.24 SCHOTT Solar Black Frame Modules
5.58.25 SCHOTT Solar comes out on top in PV+ test conducted by Solarpraxis and TÜV Rheinland
5.59 Serenissima cir ind. Ceramiche group
5.60 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Co Ltd
5.60.1 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Advanced Equipment
5.60.2 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Quality Management
5.60.3 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Scientific Research Team
5.60.4 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Markets
5.60.5 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Goals
5.60.6 Shandong Glass Group Driving Development
5.61 SiSecam
5.61.1 SiSecam Group
5.62 Suzhou Juxing Glass Industrial
5.63 WWRD United Kingdom Ltd
5.64 Selected List of Ceramic Companies
5.64.1 Flat Glass Companies
5.64.2 Refractory Products
5.64.3 Key Enterprises Worldwide
5.64.4 Key Enterprises in China
5.64.5 Sanitaryware Companies
5.64.6 Tableware and Ornamental Ware
5.64.7 Bricks And Roof Tiles Companies
5.64.8 Key Enterprises Worldwide
5.64.9 Key Enterprises in China 

List of Tables

Figure ES-1 30 Typical Ceramics Production Process
Table ES-2 32 Ceramics Sector Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-3 34 Ceramics Shipment Market Forecasts, Total, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 1-1 36 Factors Having Substantial Impact On The Competitiveness Of The Ceramics Sector:
Figure 1-2 36 Annual Industrial Electricity Prices, 2006
Table 1-3 37 Half-Yearly Electricity And Gas Prices, 2011 (EUR per kWh)
Table 1-4 46 Flat glass Highly Specialized Forms
Table 1-5 53 Characteristics and Functions of Glass in Buildings:
Table 1-6 58 Transportation Uses of Glass
Table 1-7 65 Types of Ceramics
Figure 1-8 70 Distribution Channels in the Brick and Roof Tile Sub Sector
Figure 1-9 71 Growth Levers for Clay Bricks
Figure 1-10 71 Imerys Structure Leader in Clay Bricks
Figure 2-1 75 Typical Ceramics Production Process
Table 2-2 78 Ceramics Sector Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-3 80 Organization Of The Ceramic Market Analysis: Market Segments
Figure 2-4 81 Organization Of The Ceramic Market Analysis: Regional Market Segments
Figure 2-5 82 Ceramics Shipment Market Forecasts, Total, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-6 83 Ceramics Shipment Market Forecasts, Total, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-7 86 Ceramics Shipment Market Regional Forecasts, Total, Percent, Worldwide, 2014-2018
Table 2-8 87 Key Growth Drivers for Tableware
Figure 2-9 88 Tableware of Ceramic and Glass, Percent, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-10 90 Tableware of Ceramic and Glass Market Shares, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-11 91 Ceramic and Glass Tableware Markets, Dollars and Tonnes, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-12 92 Ceramic and Glass Tableware Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-13 93 Tableware of Ceramic and Glass Market Segments, Regional, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-14 103 Ceramic Sanitary Pottery Basin, Pedestal, WC, and Bidet Market Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-15 104 Ceramic Sanitaryware Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-16 105 Selected Sanitary Pottery Market Participants
Table 2-17 106 Ceramic Sanitaryware Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-18 111 Ceramic Roof Tile Pottery Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-19 116 Brick Pottery Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020 116
Table 2-20 117 Pottery Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-21 118 Ceramic Brick Pottery Market Regional Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-22 120 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile Pottery Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2013-2020
Figure 2-23 126 Main Export Markets for Turkish Ceramic Tiles
Table 2-24 132 Ceramic Insulator Market Regional Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-25 133 Ceramic Insulation Material in China Shipments in Kilatonnes Worldwide 2011
Table 2-26 134 Ceramic Insulator Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-27 138 Advantages of Glass
Table 2-28 139 Flat Glass Key Figures:
Table 2-29 141 Plate Glass, Flat Glass Market Shares, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure 2-30 143 Glass Demand Mapped Against Real GDP Growth
Figure 2-31 144 Flat Glass Capacity By Region
Table 2-32 145 Market Share Leaders in Plate Glass, 2012
Table 2-33 147 Glass Shipment Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2014-2020
Table 2-34 148 Flat Glass Market Segments, High Quality Float, Low Quality Float, Sheet Glass, Rolled Glass Shipments
Table 2-35 149 Flat Glass Market Segments, Regional, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-36 150 Number of Float Glass Tanks In Europe
Table 2-37 151 Market Leaders and Number of Float Glass Tanks In Europe
Table 2-38 155 Bottle Glass Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-40 157 Bottle Glass Market Shares, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-41 159 Bottle Glass Market Segments, Regional, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-42 162 Frit Glass Market Shares, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-43 163 Frit Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-44 165 SCHOTT Standard Materials For The Wafer:
Table 2-45 166 Frit Market Segments, Regional, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-46 168 Ceramic Concrete and Cement Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-47 169 Ceramic Concrete and Cement Market Regional Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-48 173 Major Producers Of Cement In The World Country Production In Thousand Metric Tonnes 2006
Table 2-49 180 Ceramic Refactory Steel, Metal, and Non Metallic Market Segments in Weight Shipped, Worldwide, 2011, 2010, 2009
Table 2-50 181 Ceramic Refactory Market Segments, By Form Bricks and Shapes, Monolithics (Unshaped/Unformed) Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-51 182 Ceramic Refactory Market Shares, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-52 186 Ceramic Refactory Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Figure 2-53 187 Refactory Market Drivers
Table 2-54 188 Ceramic Refactory Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2014-2020
Table 2-55 189 Ceramic Refactory Market Segments, By Form Bricks and Shapes, Monolithics (Unshaped/Unformed) Shipments In Dollars and Tonnes, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-56 191 Ceramic Refactory Market Regional Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-57 201 Grinding Market Forecast
Table 2-58 203 Ceramic Coatings Shipment Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020
Table 2-59 204 Ceramic Coatings Market Regional Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide,
Table 2-60 205 Ceramic Coatings Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 205 2014-2020
Table 2-61 208 Capacity And Output Of Major Inorganic Pigments in China
Table 2-62 209 Ceramic Inorganic Color Pigments Market Shares, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-63 210 Ceramic Inorganic Color Pigments Market Regional Segments, Shipments in Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-64 213 Ceramic Enamel Frit Market Shares, Shipments in Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-65 214 Frit Market Shares, Shipments in Weight and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-66 215 Ceramic Enamel Frit Shipment Market Segments Dollars, Worldwide, 2013
Table 2-67 219 Sanitary Ware Consumption in the EU By country, € million
Figure 3-1 228 Resista Porcelain Tile
Figure 3-2 229 Casa Enzo Ferrari museum in Modena, Italy
Figure 3-3 230 Artistic Tiles for Museum
Figure 3-4 233 Durvat Washstand Sanitaryware
Figure 3-5 234 Durvat Bathroom Sanitaryware.
Table 3-6 235 Raw Materials For Ceramic Sanitary ware
Table 3-7 236 Ceramic Sanitary ware Basin Types
Table 3-8 237 Ceramic Sanitaryware Bidet and Other Types
Table 3-9 238 Ceramic Sanitaryware Designs
Figure 3-10 240 American Standard Toilets
Table 3-11 247 Glass Float Process European Manufacturers World Market Structure
Figure 3-12 251 Owens-Illinois Bottle Glass
Table 3-13 253 Refactory Materials 253 Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc.
Table 3-14 259 Ceramic Ferro Frits Advantages
Figure 3-15 261 Ferro Tile Products
Table 3-16 267 Portland Cement Types And Their Uses
Table 3-17 270 Effects of Cements On Concrete Properties
Table 3-18 272 Blended Cement Types And Blended Ratios
Table 3-19 274 Types of Expansive Cements
Table 4-1 276 Ceramic Tile Technology and Features
Table 4-2 279 Ceramic Associations
Figure 4-3 282 Clay’s Natural Advantages
Figure 5-2 302 Asahi Glass Transparent Conductive Film Glass Substrates
Figure 5-3 304 Asahi Glass Fuel Cell
Figure 5-4 306 AGC Asahi Glass Ecoglass Sun Balance
Figure 5-5 307 AGC Asahi Glass Comparison Between Ordinary Windshield and Coolverre
Figure 5-6 308 AGC Asahi Glass Effects of Coolverre
Figure 5-7 310 AGC Asahi Glass New Glass Products
Figure 5-8 311 AGC Asahi Glass New Glass Products
Figure 5-9 312 Asahi Glass Segments
Figure 5-10 313 Asahi Glass Sales
Figure 5-11 314 Asahi Glass Performance Trends
Figure 5-12 316 Asahi Glass Growth Positioning
Figure 5-13 317 Asahi Glass Production Technologies
Figure 5-14 318 AGC Solar Business Overview
Figure 5-15 319 AGC Solar Group Industries
Figure 5-16 320 AGC Solar Glass Buildings
Table 5-17 322 AGC Solar Main Product Categories
Figure 5-18 323 AGC Solar Locations
Figure 5-19 324 AGC Solar Partners
Figure 5-20 325 AGC Solar Partner Descriptions
Figure 5-21 327 ACG Glass Operations, 134 Companies
Figure 5-22 330 ACG Solar Overseas Operations, 119 Companies
Figure 5-23 331 Asahi Glass Co Overview of Geographic Segments
Table 5-24 332 AGC Solar Main Products
Figure 5-26 333 Asahi Glass Co (AGC) Business Segments
Table 5-27 347
Table 5-28 348 Ceradyne Defense Products and Markets
Table 5-29 348 Ceradyne Electronic Products and Markets
Table 5-30 349 Ceradyne Industrial Products and Markets
Table 5-31 349 Ceradyne Medical/Dental Products and Markets
Table 5-32 350 Ceradyne Nuclear Power Products and Markets
Table 5-33 350 Ceradyne Oil and Gas Products and Markets
Table 5-34 351 Ceradyne Solar Energy Products and Markets
Table 3-35 352 Ceradyne Operating Divisions
Table 5-36 360 China Glass Holdings CSGA's Notable Projects
Table 5-37 380 Corning Product Set
Table 5-38 381 Corning Industry Segments Served
Table 5-39 402 FLABEG Holding GmbH Profile
Figure 5-40 408 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong) Low Iron Patterned Glass, Low Iron Float Glass, and Solar Mirrors
Table 5-41 412 Guardian Tempered Glass Applications
Table 5-1 433 American Standard Champion Functions
Table 5-42 443 Nippon Sheet Glass / Pilkington
Figure 5-43 458 PPG Acquisition Transformation
Figure 5-44 459 PPG Transformation to Optical Coatings
Figure 5-45 460 PPG Focus on Coatings and Specialty Products
Figure 5-46 461 PPG Improved Geographical Profile Transformation
Figure 5-47 461 PPG Expanded European Footprint Transformation
Figure 5-48 463 PPG Global Coatings Industry
Figure 5-49 464 PPG Industries Business Segments
Figure 5-50 465 PPG Glass
Table 5-51 469 Hoya Net Sales
Figure 5-52 479 Saint-Gobain Glass Market Activities
Figure 5-53 484 Saint-Gobain Revenue By Sector
Table 5-54 486 Saint-Gobain Renedo Installation Aspects
Table 5-55 491 Saint-Gobain Grid Parity Priority Axes
Figure 5-56 492 Saint-Gobain Revenue By Geographic Area
Figure 5-57 493 Saint-Gobain European And World Leader In Each One Of Its Activities
Figure 5-58 495 Saint-Gobain Shareholders Ownership Structure at December 31, 2010
Figure 5-59 497 Saint-Gobain Sales trends by Business Sector
Figure 5-60 500 Saint-Gobain Sales Trends By Major Geographic Area
Figure 5-61 503 Schott Products Glass-to-Metal-Seals and Ceramic-to-Metal-Seals
Figure 5-62 504 Schott Automotive Glass
Figure 5-63 504 Schott Defense Seals
Figure 5-64 504 Schott Industry Special Products
Figure 5-64 (Continued) 505 Schott Industry Special Products
Figure 5-64 (Continued) 506 Schott Industry Special Products
Table 5-47 507 Schott Solar CSP
Figure 5-48 508 Schott Global Presence
Figure 5-49 509 Solar Irradiation World Map
Table 5-50 514 SCHOTT POLY® PV Modules Key Advantages:
Figure 5-51 516 Schott ProductsGlass-to-Metal-Seals and Ceramic-to-Metal-Seals
Figure 5-52 517 Schott Automotive Glass
Figure 5-53 517 Schott Defense Seals
Figure 5-54 518 Schott Industry Special Products
Figure 5-54 (Continued) 519 Schott Industry Special Products
Figure 5-54 (Continued) 520 Schott Industry Special Products
Table 5-55 521 Schott Electronic Packaging Product Benefits:
Figure 5-56 522 Schott A Flexible Glass Fiber Light Guides Transmit The Light
Figure 5-57 524 Schott Ultra thin Glass Flexible Substrates
Table 5-58 528 SCHOTT Solar Products Photovoltaic Modules Advantages
Table 5-65 533 Schott Electronic Packaging Product Benefits:
Figure 5-66 534 Schott A Flexible Glass Fiber Light Guides Transmit The Light
Figure 5-67 536 Schott Ultra Thin Glass Flexible Substrates
Table 5-68 540 SCHOTT Solar Products Photovoltaic Modules Advantages
Figure 5-69 550 SiSecam Group Sales Profile
Figure 5-70 553 SiSecam Group Results by Businesses
Figure 5-71 554 SiSecam Group Revenue
Figure 5-72 555 SiSecam Group Revenue and International Sales
Figure 5-73 556 SiSecam Group Employees and Glass Production 556 20,241 employees in 2014 556 40,3 % recruited abroad
Figure 5-74 557 SiSecam Group Turkish Production Plants

 

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