CLEVELAND (Feb. 23)—Adhesives demand will climb more than 2 percent per year through 2004 in the U.S., to more than 15 billion pounds, according to a new forecast by Freedonia Group Inc. The market research firm said the value of the materials will climb an average of 4.5 percent yearly to $10.5 billion by 2004. Specialty and engineering adhesives used in construction, vehicles and durables manufacturing will continue to gain ground, the company said.
Adhesives demand to rise in U.S.
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