16 October 2019
Visiongain’s new report the Specialty Pulp and Paper Chemicals Market Report 2020-2030: Forecasts by Type (Basic Chemicals, Functional Chemicals, Bleaching Chemicals, Process Chemicals), By Application (Packaging, Labeling, Printing, Others), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa) and analysis of leading companies operating in this industry.
The size of the worldwide market for pulp & paper specialty chemicals in 2019 was estimated at more than USD 22 billion. Technological advances and increasing concentrate on creating sustainable techniques to reduce the effect on the environment are expected to be important factors driving development of the sector over the previous years.
As a consequence of growing product usage in packaging and labelling apps, the worldwide market is expected to record significant increases in the coming years. Asia Pacific's soaring food consumption, particularly China and India, is a significant factor in increasing the flexible packaging sector.
Due to a thriving food and beverage industry, particularly in India and China, Asia Pacific is expected to guide the industry throughout the estimated era. Increasing branded food consumption, along with increasing consumer disposable income, is probable to spur supply for stiff and semi-rigid packaging material over the next few years, pushing the general pulp and paper chemicals industry.
As a consequence of quickly growing supply from the packaging and advertising sectors, the industry for coated paper is expected to see important development. Coated paper, integrated with specialist substances, offers matte texture and gloss value, contributing to increased usage in safety products, advertising materials, newspaper inserts, catalogues, newspapers and modified equipment.
High supply for tinted, covered and completed document is probable to lead to substantial supply for functional chemicals. Furthermore, the consumption of printed document and printing and writing products has risen, which is expected to spur the use of specialty chemicals in the years to come. Due to fresh item innovations such as eco-friendly colours, enzymes, and techniques such as sprinkling, demand is anticipated to increase further.
In the specialist pulp & paper chemicals industry, packaging, packaging and scanning are main implementation fields. Packaging dominated the sector in 2018 and accounted for around 40.4% of the worldwide quantity. A main element in promoting section development is wide consumer implementation in food packaging, including take-out containers, plastic clamshell, plastic pipes, plastic bowls, and cups.
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