Global Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) Industry Professional 2019

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In this report, the Global Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) Industry Professional 2019 market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. Global Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) Industry Professional 2019 market has been broken down by major regions, with complete market estimates on the basis of products/applications on a regional basis.

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Reinforced thermoplastic pipes (RTP) is a generic term referring to a reliable high strength synthetic fibre (such as glass, aramid or carbon), which is a kind of high-pressure plastic compound pipe consisting of three layers. The outer layer can be white (on the ground against ultraviolet ray) or black (under the ground) based on needs; the intermediate layer is the reinforced tape compounded by the reinforced material, which may be polyester fiber or aramid fiber and so on. The pipes use many kinds of connection forms such as buckle joint, in-line coupling joint and flanged joint. The general application temperature of RTP is -42°C-+135°C, and the maximum operation pressure may reach 32MPa.RTP is mainly used for Oil & Gas applications.

According to customer’s specific requirements of custom, reinforced thermoplastic pipes (RTP) basically directly was purchased. Therefore, there is hardly any trader or distributor for reinforced thermoplastic pipes (RTP).

Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes direct sales team members should have engineering backgrounds with significant tenure in the oil and gas industry, supporting the team’s highly technical approach to the sales process.

The sales force acts as the conduit between the customer and designers, working closely with designers to communicate customer needs and working with customers to communicate the vendor’s unique design and functional capabilities.

Sales force focuses on generating pull-through demand. We believe that one of the value drivers of Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes sales force is that the vendors work extensively with OEMs, or brand owners, on product design and design for manufacturing, which allows vendors to be specified as the Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes supplier when those projects go to production.

The global Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) market is valued at 6460 million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach 9060 million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4.3% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, China and Japan.

At company level, this report focuses on the production capacity, ex-factory price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer covered in this report.

The following manufacturers are covered:


GE Oil & Gas(Wellstream)

National Oilwell Varco(NKT Flexibles)

Shawcor(Flexpipe Systems)

Airborne Oil & Gas



Polyflow, LLC


Aerosun Corporation

Changchun GaoXiang Special pipe

Segment by Regions

North America




Segment by Type

Non-metallic RTP

Metallic RTP

Segment by Application

Oil Flow Lines

Gas Distribution Networks

Water Injection Lines


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