Our research on engineering polymers has been published in EPPM and will be showcased at Fakuma
16th September 2015 13:51
Following the completion of our unique research project into the demand for engineering polymers, it has been published by EPPM and we have now made the final report available to purchase.
The report includes feedback from companies, such as: Volkswagen, Honda, GE Aviation, PSA Peugeot-Citroën, Ansaldo Breda, Nobel Automotive, Sintex NP, Kartell spa, Hella Group, Loewe Technologies and we will be showcasing it at Fakuma.
The research enables companies to understand their customer satisfaction levels, benchmark themselves against their competitors and appreciate customer trends and challenges within the engineering polymers industry.
During the research, we interviewed clients from across the engineering polymer value chain, in four European countries and gained invaluable insight into the demand for engineering polymers. The report covers:
- Customer buying behaviour
- Supplier selection criteria
- Satisfaction with current suppliers
- Supplier differentiation
Interviews were carried out by a dedicated team of experienced B2B interviewers at DJS Research Ltd.
Below are some example slides from the report, however, it is important to note that these figures are fictitious and are only for illustrative purposes.
The research has been published in the September issue of the industry publication, EPPM. The article outlines some of the key findings drawn from the study as well as implications for the industry.
One of our engineering polymers market research experts, David Marchant, will be attending the Fakuma trade fair show from Oct. 13 to Oct. 16. At the event, David will be showcasing the research findings from the recent study into the demand for engineering polymers.
If you would like to speak to David about potentially meeting up at Fakuma, you can reach him by email on email@example.com or by phone on +44 (0)1663 767 857.
The report can be purchased by contacting Alex Tatry-Gautier on +44 (0)1663 767 857, or by emailing the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can visit our website at www.djsresearch.co.uk/polymers.