As early as the end of the last century, wood-plastic composite materials came to China. It can be said that this is the need of the times, environmental protection is the best reason for it to enter China, and circular economy is its best explanation. After more than ten years of innovative development, the prototype of the wood-plastic industry has been formed in China, and broad development prospects are foreseeable. The global oil supply shortage and the dwindling domestic natural wood resources, as well as the growing market demand for wood products, have broadened the channels for the development of China's wood-plastic industry.
Wood-plastic composite materials have suddenly emerged in urban landscape applications. They have solved the shortcomings of ordinary wood such as being susceptible to moisture, not resistant to high temperatures, prone to rot and insect infestation during the application process, and have become a new material widely used in the field of landscape design. As a new type of environmentally friendly material, wood-plastic material is an endorsement of ecological design and is widely used in landscape planks, fences, floors, and landscape sketches.
The research and development direction of the new generation of wood-plastic building formwork occupies a leading position in the world, and the international market prospects of wood-plastic composite materials are very promising.The market application share in various fields is growing. The demand in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, South Africa, Europe, South America and North America will be dozens of times that of the Chinese market.Composite material products have an international development trend and will become one of the pillar industries of the national economy in the next few years, with a very broad product application market. With technological improvements in product installation and weather resistance, the application of wood-plastic building materials in architectural design and interior decoration design has increased significantly. Widely used in building shading, building facades and interior wall panels, ceilings, balconies, floors, furniture, etc.