Wood Coatings Market to Earn US$17.595 Bn by 2025

The global wood coatings market is choc-o-bloc with players and this has served to intensify the competition over the years. Product differentiation is a key tool leveraged by players to steal a march over their competitors. Key factors promoting growth in the market are the soaring construction activities across the globe and the increasing spending capacity of people which has stoked sales of furniture.

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Another factor catalyzing growth in the global wood coatings market is the environmental concerns which has led to framing of rules to curb emissions from volatile organic compounds (VOCs). On the flipside, posing a roadblock to the market is the volatility in raw material prices such as acrylic and polyurethane. Since both are derived from crude oil, fluctuations in the latter’s prices affects prices of the final products thereby creating an uncertainty. This definitely does not bode well for the wood coatings market.

A report by Transparency Market Research forecasts the revenue in the global wood coating market to reach a value of US$17.595 bn by 2025 from US$8.625 bn in 2016 by rising at a healthy CAGR of 8.3% from 2017 to 2025 to. Volume-wise, the report expects the market to register a CAGR of 7.5% in the forecast period.

The information Presented in this Review is Based on Press-Release by TMR

The different types of resins used in the global wood coatings market are polyurethane, nitrocellulose, acrylics, melamine formaldehyde, etc. Of them, the segment of polyurethane held the maximum share of 39.2% in the market in 2016. The dominant market share of the segment is primarily on account of its properties of humidity and scratch resistance. Other advantages of polyurethane is its non-yellowing property and ability to retain light colors. The segment is expected to grow its leading share further to 40.6% by 2025 by clocking maximum CAGR of 8.8% from 2017 to 2025.