New report analyzes the use of adhesives and sealants in automotive and parts market.
Automotive fasteners assume high significance
owing to the increasingly complex nature of vehicular designs, which is
expected to necessitate stronger, improved and durable fasteners. Technological
improvements have played a critical role in transforming fasteners into
multi-purpose, highly engineered automotive components.
New cars demand economical and user-friendly
fastening options that can replace mechanical fasteners and are also effective
in holding together rubber, aluminum and plastic parts. In such a scenario,
chemical fastening methods (including adhesives) and “snap-fit” or self-securing
fastening solutions are emerging as popular choices. The inappropriate
selection of fasteners can lead to a high rate of vehicle recalls and increased
These and other market data and trends are presented inAutomotive
Fasteners: Global Trends,a new report from companiesandmarkets.com.
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U.S. Automotive Industry Turns to Non-Mechanical Fasteners
June 28, 2010