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THE INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMING BUSINESS: CHARTING A WAY FORWARD
Publish Date: Feb 2013,   Pages: 125,   Report Code:
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Table of Contents
 INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

   The PCRS Plastics Processing Report Series

   The Goals of the PCRS Plastics Processing Report Series

   The PCRS Research Program Methodology

   Defining the Industrial Thermoformer Category

   The PCRS Industrial Thermoformer Survey Questionnaire

   The PCRS Industrial Thermoformer Coverage

 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

   Recent Trends in the Regional Industrial Thermoforming Business

   The Size of the Regional Industrial Thermoforming Business

   Prescriptions for Growing the Business in the Future

 PART I: THE EVOLVING BUSINESS CLIMATE CONFRONTING THE REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS

PART I: THE EVOLVING BUSINESS CLIMATE CONFRONTING THE REGIONAL

                INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS

   The Recent Trend of Growth in Regional GDP

   The Recent Trend of Growth in Regional Durable Goods Manufacturing Industries

   The Recent Trend of Growth in the Regional Plastics Industry

   The Likely Future Growth of Regional GDP and Durable Goods Manufacturing Industries

   The Prospects for Reshoring Manufacturing Operations
 PART II: THE RECENT TREND OF GROWTH AMONG THE REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS

PART II: THE RECENT TREND OF GROWTH AMONG THE REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL

                 THERMOFORMERS

   The Trend of Industrial Thermoformers’ Sales, 1996-2011

   The Trend in the Composition of Industrial Thermoformers’ Sales Growth, by Scale of Operations,

     2008-2011

   The Trend in Industrial Thermoformers’ Infrastructure: Plants, Forming Lines and Employees,

     2008-2011

   The Trend in Industrial Thermoformers’ Labor/Capital Ratio, 2008-2011

   The Trend in Industrial Thermoformers’ Forming Lines per Plant, 2008-2011

   The Trend of Industrial Thermoformers’ Sales in 2012 and Expectations for 2013
 PART III: THE EVOLVING REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMER’S BUSINESS MODEL

PART III: THE EVOLVING REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMER’S BUSINESS

                   MODEL

   The Industrial Thermoformer’s Primary and Secondary Operations

   Recent Corporate Consolidation among the Industrial Thermoformers

   Shares of Custom and Proprietary Product Output

   The Extent of Additional Plastics Processing Capabilities

   The Shifting Geographical Distribution of Plants

   Leading Sources of Forming Lines

   Leading Sources of Extruded Film and Sheet

   Trends in Resin Selection in Film and Sheet for Industrial Products

   The Scope for Bioplastics in Industrial Thermoforming

   The Pace of Technological Change in Industrial Thermoforming

 PART IV: MAJOR MARKETS AND MARKET NICHES SERVED BY REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS

PART IV: MAJOR MARKETS AND MARKET NICHES SERVED BY REGIONAL

                   INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS

   Major Markets

        Agricultural Equipment

        Aircraft Interiors

        Appliances

        Automotive (OEM and After-market)

        Building & Construction

        Electronic Equipment

        Heavy Trucks

        Marine Products

        Material Handling Products

        Medical/Laboratory Equipment

        Military/Defense Products

        POP Displays & Signs

        Recreational Vehicles

        Transportation (non-automotive)

   Niche Markets

   Export Markets

   Leading Industrial Thermoformers in Major and Niche Markets

   The Current and Likely Future Size of Industrial Thermoformers’ Markets, 2012-2017

 PART V: PROFILES OF REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS (partial listing)

PART V: PROFILES OF REGIONAL INDUSTRIAL THERMOFORMERS (partial listing)

    The Current Hierarchy of Regional Industrial Thermoformers

     AIA Plastics                                                                 PDI Plastics

     Acrylon Plastics                                                           Pacific Plastics Design

     Allied Plastics                                                              Paradise Plastics

     Asheville Thermoform Plastics                                   Paragon Plastics

     Associated Thermoforming                                         Penda Corporation

     Brentwood Industries                                                   Plastic Fabricating

     CSL Plastics                                                                 Plastic Fabricators

     Cadillac Products Automotive                                     Plastics Design & Manufacturing

     Complete Plastic Fabricators                                       Plastics Unlimited

     Duo-Form Plastics                                                       Polyportables

     East Iowa Plastics                                                        Productive Plastics

     Engineered Plastic Products                                        Profile Plastics

     Fabri-Form Company                                                  Pro-Form Plastics

     Formed Plastics                                                           Quality Craft Corporation

     Fox Lite                                                                       Ray Products

     Freetech Plastics                                                          Reliable Formed Plastics

     General Plastics                                                           Robinson Industries

     Gilbralter Plastics Products                                         SF Technology

     Gregstrom Corporation                                               Soroc Products

     Hagans Plastics Company                                           Summit Plastics

     Harva Company                                                          Techniform Industries

     Hill Plastics                                                                 Thermoforme LR

     Horizon Plastic Products                                             ThermoPro

     IPR Automation – Sohner Plastics                              Trans Form Plastics

     Indiana Vacform                                                          Universal Plastics Corporation

     Industrial Thermoform                                                Usheco

     Kinro Composites                                                        Vac Form

     Kintz Plastics                                                               Vac Tool Company

     Landmark Plastics Corporation                                   Vantage Associates

     McClarin Plastics                                                         Welch Fluorocarbon

     Multifab                                                                       West Wisconsin Plastic Corporation

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