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(I-AutoNewsWire.com, November 22, 2021 ) Foam is manufactured using raw materials such as polymers, naphtha, resins, and additives. Lightweight material with low density, foam can be either rigid or flexible. Most foam is flexible and soft. Some types of foam have low heat or sound transfer properties, making them optimal insulators. Polyurethane (PU), polystyrene (PS), polyolefin (PO), phenolic, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), melamine, phenolic, PVC, silicone, and PVDF are the major types of foam.
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The foam market size is estimated at USD 93.9 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 118.9 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 4.8% between 2021 and 2026. The market is propelled by the growth of various end-use industries. Increasing investments in infrastructure, new housing projects, and renovation of non-residential buildings in China, India, and Brazil have also boosted the market growth.
Foam is widely used in the automotive, building & construction, packaging, footwear, sports & recreational, and furniture & bedding industries. Flexible PU foam is extensively used in the automotive and building & construction industries. It helps automobile manufacturers address issues related to weight reduction, vibration absorption, fuel efficiency, and durability.
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The foam market is driven by increasing demand from the packaging, automotive, and building & construction industries. The rising demand for high-quality products from APAC, the Middle East & Africa, and South American countries is also driving the market. Emerging economies such as India, China, Brazil, Southeast Asia, and Mexico are expected to be the most lucrative destinations for the foam market in the near future. The major challenges for foam manufacturers are the increasing prices and stringent regulations set by various governments. Fluctuation in raw material prices is also a restraining factor for the market.
Continuous developments in the market, including new product launches, investment & expansion, merger & acquisitions, and partnerships& agreements are expected to help the market grow. Several products are being introduced, and investments are made in increasing the production capacity of polyolefin foam by manufacturers for different applications. New product launch has helped companies enhance their product portfolio.
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