Study papers on Ceiling Tiles market and regional forecast. Ceiling Tiles market players are Armstrong World Industries (US), USG Corporation (US), Hunter Douglas (Netherlands), SAS International (UK), CertainTeed (US), Saint-Gobain Gyproc (France), Rockfon (Denmark), Odenwald Faserplattenwerk GmbH (Germany), Knauf (Germany), Georgia-Pacific (US).
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Ceiling tiles market is estimated to be USD 7.31 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 9.88 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.2% between 2017 and 2022. The increasing demand for ceiling tiles in building & construction projects is one of the most significant factors projected to drive the growth of the ceiling tiles market.
Superior properties of ceiling tiles such as improved sound absorption capability and easy installation and recyclability are also contributing to the growth of the ceiling tiles market. However, ceiling tiles are easily susceptible to mold breeding when exposed to water for a long duration of time.
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This, in turn, is acting as a restraint to the growth of the ceiling tiles market.
- Manufacturers of Ceiling Tiles
- Suppliers of Raw Materials
- Distributors and Suppliers of Ceiling Tiles
- End-Use Industries
- Industry Associations
The ceiling tiles market in the Asia Pacific region is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period, in terms of value and volume. This growth can be attributed to the increasing demand for ceiling tiles from the building & construction industry in Asia Pacific countries.
Initiatives undertaken by governments of various Asia Pacific countries to promote the development of smart cities is also contributing to the growth of the ceiling tiles market in the Asia Pacific region.
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Mineral fiber ceiling tiles, also known as mineral wool ceiling tiles, are used in various commercial buildings, such as schools, hospitals, and retail centers. Mineral fiber ceiling tiles are cost-effective as well as easy to install, repair, and maintain.
These tiles are also recyclable in nature and have a low carbon footprint. The increasing adoption of mineral fiber ceiling tiles in non-residential construction projects is expected to drive the growth of the mineral fiber segment of the ceiling tiles market.
2 Market Ranking of Key Players, 2016
3 Competitive Scenario
3.1 New Product Developments
3.4 Agreements & Contracts
Ceiling tiles manufacturers are increasingly focused on the development of tiles for non-residential buildings, such as offices, institutes, hospitals, gymnasiums, cinema theaters, retail stores, auditoriums, and museums. The increasing demand for aesthetically appealing ceiling tiles from the non-residential construction sector is projected to drive the growth of the non-residential end user segment of this market.
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This report covers the ceiling tiles market and forecasts the size of the market till 2022. The report includes the segmentation of the ceiling tiles market based on material type, property type, end user, and region.
Porter’s five forces analysis and key market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities influencing the growth of the ceiling tiles market have been discussed in the report. The report also provides company profiles and competitive benchmarking of major players operating in the ceiling tiles market.
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