05 September 2019
Visiongain’s new report “Zinc Chloride Market Report 2019-2029: A global report on zinc chloride market estimate and forecast – Industry insights for consumption, demand, production, price trend, competitive intelligence, and opportunity analysis along the value chain” states that the zinc chloride market was valued at $272.3 million in 2018 in terms of revenue.
Visiongain offers historical market size for 2016 - 2018, estimate for 2019 and forecast up to 2029. The report also includes consumption data, production capacity, and market share for key players. The market estimation and forecast is done for the grade, application, and end users of zinc chloride.
The consumption of zinc chloride market is set to witness stable increase globally. Technological upgradation and demand for highly active batteries along with extensive application of zinc chloride in industrial domain is thereby bolstering the growth of global zinc chloride market. However, zinc chloride is considered to be toxic in nature and causes burning in skin and eyes. The increase in the price of zinc will further adversely affect the demand and supply stability of global zinc chloride market in the near future.
The report offers competitive analysis including product benchmarking, production capacity for the year 2018, price trend analysis, regulatory analysis, value chain analysis and supply chain analysis. Industry leaders are majorly focusing on the product differentiation to get an edge over the competitors.
The report includes the following insights, which is intended to help the stakeholders throughout the value chain. The report offers insights of the overall zinc chloride industry and will benefit stakeholders in making right decision at right time.
- Zinc chloride consumption in agriculture, electronics, pharmaceutical, chemical, and other industries for historic and forecast period.
- Revenue estimate and forecast.
- Pricing trend analysis for historic period.
- Regulatory framework.
- Opportunity analysis across the value chain and supply chain.
- PESTEL, Porter’s, and SWOT analysis.
- Market dynamics covering trend, drivers, restraints and opportunities.
- Production capacity of leading players.
- Market share analysis of leading players along with their profiles.
- Strategic initiatives taken by industry leaders.
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