New NanoMarkets Report, “A Capacity and Opportunity Analysis of OLED Lighting"
The new NanoMarkets report also includes an eight-year forecast of OLED lighting manufacturing
capacity broken out by individual manufacturer and whether the facilities will use solution
processing or more conventional fabrication.
Glen Allen, Virginia, September 29, 2011 - NanoMarkets, the leading provider of market research and
analysis of the emerging OLED lighting space, has published the latest report titled, A Capacity and
Opportunity Analysis of OLED Lighting Manufacturing” that provides detailed insight and analysis of the
manufacturing strategies of major OLED lighting suppliers and an assessment of how these firms have been
progressing with their manufacturing plans so far. The report also includes an eight-year forecast of OLED
lighting manufacturing capacity broken out by individual manufacturer and whether the facilities will use solution
processing or more conventional fabrication. An assessment of necessary investment levels for the
manufacturing infrastructure is also part of this new report.
Details about this and other related reports are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/oled_lighting
NanoMarkets concludes that, based on current plans, around seven million square meters of production
capacity will be in place for OLED lighting by 2016. However, NanoMarkets also warns that in today’s economic
conditions, many of the leading firms promising to bring OLED lighting to market may retreat from their
announced plans significantly. With this in mind, this report also includes a projection of the OLED lighting
capacity under a “worst case” scenario.
In addition to forecasts and an appraisal of the manufacturing plans of the leading OLED lighting makers, this
report provides a granular discussion of the state-of-the-art in OLED lighting fabrication technology, examining
what has been achieved at leading projects and pilot plants. And it profiles the activities of manufacturing
equipment firms who have targeted the OLED lighting space for special consideration.
Among the firms covered in this report are: Aixtron, Applied Materials, AUO, Cannon Anelva, DuPont, GE,
Kaneka, Kateeva, Konica Minolta, LG Chem, Lumiotec, Mitsubishi, Ledon, Moser Baer, NEC, Osram, Panasonic,
Philips, Pioneer, PolyPhotonix, Rohm, Samsung, Sunic, Tokki, UDC, Ulvac, Veeco, and Visionox.
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities created by developments in advanced
materials. It provides regular and comprehensive industry analysis of the emerging OLED lighting industry, which
it has been covering for almost six years. This coverage includes regularly updated forecasts of OLED lighting
markets, reflecting real world market conditions.
Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets' reports and other services.
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