SEMA Day 3: New PPF TechnologiesNovember 2nd, 2017 by Chris Bunn
In this special edition of FILM’d, we spoke to several paint protection film (PPF) manufacturers to get the latest information on the film’s newest technologies and consumer-driven trends.
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This is definitely a side of the window fitment centers businesses that will grow in the future.
In my opinion we need to do a lot more educational marketing and we require the manufactures pricing to come down to a more realistic level.
If we can make it more affordable to a larger slice of the market there will definitely be a increase in demand. At the present pricing structure world wide one can almost have the parts of a standard car resprayed again if it gets scratched as a similar price being charged.
If the American manufactures don’t start reducing pricing they will be getting a lot of competition from the Asian manufactures who are working day and night to come up with a acceptable high quality product. You guys have” lit a match and now there will be a big competitive fire taking place”, soon just like what has happened in the window film market
the Koreans will grab large sliced of the market in my opinion.
Leon Levy Klingshield South Africa