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Lubricant Additives: United States

Lubricant Additives: United States

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Published by: Michael Warner on May 31, 2013
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Freedonia Focus Reports
US Collection
Lubricant Additives:
United States 
April 2013HighlightsIndustry OverviewMarket Size and Trends | Product Segmentation | Market SegmentationEnvironmental and Regulatory Issues | Tr adeDemand ForecastsMarket Environment | Product Forecasts |Market ForecastsIndustry StructureIndustry Composition | Industry Leaders |Additional Companies Cited
 Lubricant Additives: United States
 2013 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Scope & Method
 This report forecasts US lubricant additive demand in pounds and US dollars at themanufacturers’ level to 2017. Total demand in pounds is segmented in terms of:
 deposit control additives
 viscosity modifiers (VMs)
 antiwear and extreme pressure (EP) additives
 other lubricant additives such as friction modifiers, antioxidants,emulsifiers, and corrosion inhibitors. Total demand in pounds and dollars is segmented by market as follows:
 industrial. To illustrate historical trends, total demand in pounds is provided in an annual seriesfrom 2002 to 2012; total demand in dollars and the various segments are reported atfive-year intervals for 2007 and 2012. Forecasts emanate from the identification andanalysis of pertinent statistical relationships and other historical trends/events as well astheir expected progression/impact over the forecast period. Changes in quantitiesbetween reported years of a given total or segment are typically provided in terms of five-year compound annual growth rates (CAGRs). For the sake of brevity, forecasts aregenerally stated in smoothed CAGR-based descriptions to the forecast year, such as“demand is projected to rise 3.2% annually through 2017.” The result of any particularyear over that period, however, may exhibit volatility and depart from a smoothed, long-term trend, as historical data typically illustrate.Key macroeconomic indicators are also provided at five-year intervals with CAGRs forthe years corresponding to other reported figures. Other various topics, includingprofiles of pertinent leading suppliers, are covered in this report. A full outline of reportitems by page is available in the  Table of Contents. 
Lubricant Additives: United States
is based on 
,a comprehensiveindustry study published by The Freedonia Group in April 2013. Reported findingsrepresent the synthesis and analysis of data from various primary, secondary,macroeconomic, and demographic sources including:
 firms participating in the industry
 government/public agencies
 national, regional, and international non-governmental organizations
Lubricant Additives: United States
 2013 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.
 trade associations and their publications
 the business and trade press
  The Freedonia Group Consensus Forecasts dated February 2013
 the findings of other industry studies by The Freedonia Group.Specific sources and additional resources are listed in theResourcessection of thispublication for reference and to facilitate further research.
Industry Codes
 The topic of this report is related to the following industry codes:
North American Industry Classification System
Standard Industry Codes
325188325199325998All Other Basic Inorganic ChemicalManufacturingAll Other Basic Organic ChemicalManufacturingAll Other Miscellaneous ChemicalProduct and Preparation Manufacturing281928692899Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, NECIndustrial Organic Chemicals, NECChemicals and Chemical Preparations,NEC
Copyright & Licensing
e full report
is protected by copyright laws of the United States of America andinternational treaties. The entire contents of th
publication are copyrighted by TheFreedonia Group, Inc.

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