Research Report Says North American Molding and Trim Market to Reach $11.4 billion by 2015

North American molding and trim market is projected to reach $11.4 billion by 2015. Residential sector, which represents the largest end-use for molding and trim, is expected to continue with its ongoing declining trend, and gradually pick up from the year 2011. Demand for the products in non-residential sector, which has been the prime driving market over the previous few years, is expected to regain momentum from 2011.

Wood molding and trim represents the largest category in terms of material type. Though the market is expected to maintain its lead over the analysis period, other alternative materials such as plastics and metals are in greater demand and are expected to surpass wood in growth.

These and other market data and trends are presented in "Molding and Trim: A North American Strategic Business Report" published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc. This GIA report discusses the prevailing market dynamics, demand forecasts, and activities that affect the industry. The North American molding and trim market is analyzed in US$ Million by the following end-use sectors - Residential (New Construction & Repair and Maintenance) and Non-Residential (New Construction & Repair and Maintenance). Analysis is also done by the following materials - Wood, plastics, metals, and others. Analytics for the period 2006-2015 provide a comprehensive understanding of the market.

Select players profiled in the report include American Colonial Crown Moldings Corp., Associated Materials, Bright Wood Corporation, Builders FirstSource, Burton Moldings, Canamould Extrusions, Collins Companies, CPG International, FlexTrim Industries, Gossen Corporation, Royal Mouldings, Sierra Pacific Industries, SierraPine Limited, Stairways, Temple-Inland, Windsor Mill Company, and Woodgrain Millwork.

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