Global demand for thermally conductive plastics has been high in recent years due to their unique properties and increasing number of applications. Thermally conductive plastics are manufactured using basic polymers, wherein the addition of fillers leads to conductive properties in plastics. Fillers such as graphite or carbon and metal powder are added to base polymers for the formation of thermally conductive plastics. Depending on the application and type of filler, the degree of filling in the base polymer can be customized. On the basis of raw material, thermally conductive plastics can be segmented into different types such as PPS (polyphenylene sulfide), PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), PA (polyamide), PC (polycarbonate), PEI (polyethylenimine), PSU (polysulfone), PEEK (polyether ether ketone), and others. On the basis of application, thermally conductive polymers can be categorized into many types such as aerospace, automotive, electrical & electronics, healthcare, industrial, and others.