Global Pharmaceutical Excipients Market Set To Grow To $8.5bn By 2022

06 August 2018
Pharma

Visiongain’ has launched a new pharma report Global Pharmaceutical Excipients Market Forecast to 2027: Plant-Based, Animal Chemistry, Mineral, Synthetic, Oral Application, Topical Application, Parental Application, Other Application, Binders, Diluents, Glidants, Disintegrant, Others

The pharmaceutical industry is facing various challenges such as patent cliff, strict regulations and reduced healthcare spending; all these factors are hindering the development of new drugs. Novel excipients offer several opportunities to overcome these challenges. Novel excipients can be used to reformulate approved drugs and also improve the quality and safety of the drugs as well as reducing manufacturing cost. Manufacturers of generic drugs are now mainly focusing on reformulating and reintroducing their products with a cost-effective process to develop super generic drugs and to extent patents. Hence, various important steps are taken by key players such as modification in design and dosage forms, increasing focus on quality by design, and use of excipients in reformulation of drugs.
The lead analyst of the report commented “Pharmaceutical industry is highly dependent on the development and discovery of new molecules for the replacement of old drugs revenue stream that are going towards patent expiry. Therefore, drug formulators and innovators are mainly focusing on developing new chemical entities. Similarly, narrow pipeline of new chemical excipients, increasing preference of manufacturers for the direct compression (DC) process and technological advancement in tablets manufacturing, are some of the other factors that will give opportunity for the development of high-functionality excipients.”

Leading companies featured in the report include Evonik Industries AG, BASF SE, Innophos Holdings Inc., The Lubrizol Corporation, The DOW Chemical Company, Wacker Chemie AG, Ashland Inc.

Notes for Editors
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