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August 18, 2016

Notch updates Carbon Black World Data Book

Filed under: Carbon Black — Notch @ 1:06 pm

Notch Consulting is proud to announce the publication of the 2016 edition of the Carbon Black World Data Book, the most widely read and authoritative report on the $13 billion global carbon black industry. Published annually and updated quarterly, this 352-page report provides extensive proprietary data on carbon black supply and demand. The report provides global trends as well as detailed coverage for 26 leading countries. Historical data are provided for all years from 2005 through 2015, with forecasts for all years through 2020, as well as 2025. Data provided for each country and region include carbon black capacity by company and plant, capacity utilization, production, imports, exports, demand, markets (passenger car tires, truck/bus tires, other tires, non-tire rubber, and specialty blacks), grades (tread, carcass, and other), as well as market value and average pricing.

I know there are a lot of reports out there on the carbon black industry, so let me take a moment to tell you why you should choose this one. The Carbon Black World Data Book has been published annually for 12 years — same author, same research team, consistent methodology. We know the carbon black industry. But don’t necessarily take our word for it — talk to people in the carbon black and tire industries and ask them what source they trust. They’ll tell you Notch. 

Here is an overview of the report. Contact Notch (info@notchconsulting.com) for a sample copy of the spreadsheet showing all data presented in the report.

 

 

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