Townsend Consulting Services With global competition, high energy prices, customer resistance, and investor demands, many plastics market segments are undergoing major changes. You must manage your customer base and respond quickly to threats, opportunities, and shifts in your market. By specializing in the plastics and chemicals industries, Townsend responds quickly and proficiently to client needs for custom research and analysis to fulfill the information requirements of our clients with interest in specific topics.
Assessments of competitiveness and marketing effectiveness
Competitive intelligence and analysis
Image / perception analysis
Market segmentation and market share analysis
Inter- and intra-material competition analysis
Detailed demand analysis
Other custom research and analysis
Mergers and Acquisition Support Services Townsend's Mergers and Acquisitions Services Group provides support to our clients with insights to the value-chain analysis of businesses for sale or purchase. We help identify and assess critical business opportunities and risks - whether market, competitiveness, cost, management, organization, or technology.
Published Studies Townsend's consulting team publishes multiple studies each year covering regional, multi-regional and global views on issues most relevant to the plastics and related chemicals industry. These often include technology trends, market and demand trends, apparent supplier strategies, market awareness, manufacturing processes, economic analysis, marketing effectiveness, technology reviews and regional & global outlooks.
2012 Townsend Annual Reports are Available NOW! Consumption Data – gathered worldwide from both primary and secondary sources for over 160 market applications covering over and expanded list of 185 countries
Growth Forecasts – by year, by application, for the 5-year period ending 2015
Capacity Details – site specific, based on existing plant sites and announced additions
Trade Data – using consumption & capacity details Townsend has created a proprietary interregional trade balances model