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ReportsnReports.com adds "Water Treatment Chemicals Market By Type and Application Global Trends & Forecasts to 2019", "World Water Treatment Chemicals to 2017" and "Water Treatment Chemicals Markets in China" research reports to its store.
The water treatment chemicals market size in terms of value is projected to witness a CAGR of 5.8% between 2014 and 2019 to reach $33,289 million by 2019. Asia-Pacific accounted for the largest share in water treatment chemicals market in 2013. Major growth in the Asia-Pacific region is expected from the power generation and oil & gas applications. Complete report titled Water Treatment Chemicals Market By Type (Corrosion Inhibitor, Scale Inhibitor, Coagulants and Flocculants, Biocides & Disinfectants, Chelating Agents, Anti-foaming Agents, pH Adjusters and Stabilizers, and Others), By Application (Industrial & Municipal) - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2019 is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/135101-water-treatment-chemicals-market-by-types-applications-trends-global-forecasts-2011-2016-.html .
The growth of the water treatment chemicals market is primarily triggered by the huge demand from the Asia-Pacific region and the growing end-use industries. The demand for water treatment chemicals have increased substantially from emerging economies such as Brazil, China, and India. The increasing stringency of the environmental norms is forcing municipal corporations and industries to explore water treatment solutions which in-turn are boosting the demand for water treatment chemicals.
New product launch was the most preferred strategy among the major players in the water treatment chemicals market, globally. Many companies, offering water treatment chemicals, are actively trying to increase their product portfolio and regional presence to expand their market reach. These companies are trying to enter the low-penetrated markets in the developing regions.
The major players in the water treatment chemicals market are. Nalco-Ecolab Company (U.S.), Kemira (Finland), Ashland Inc. (U.S.), Kurita (Japan), BASF SE (Germany), Air Products and Chemicals Inc. (U.S.), AkzoNobel N.V. (The Netherlands), The Dow Chemical Company (U.S.), BWA Water Additives UK Limited (U.K.), GE Water & Process Technologies (U.S.), Lonza Group Ltd. (Switzerland). These companies registered significant presence among other players in the global water treatment chemicals. Order a copy of this research at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=135101 .
China's demand for Water Treatment Chemicals has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next five years, both production and demand will continue to grow. This new study examines China's economic trends, investment environment, industry development, supply and demand, industry capacity, industry structure, marketing channels and major industry participants. Historical data (2003, 2008 and 2013) and long-term forecasts through 2018 and 2023 are presented. Major producers in China are profiled. Production and demand data and information on Corrosion Inhibitors, PH Adjusters, Scale Inhibitor and Dispersant, Coagulants & Flocculants, Inorganic Coagulant & Flocculants, Organic Polymer Flocculants, Biocides and Algaecide Agent, Chlorine and Derivatives, Hydrogen Peroxide, Bromine & Derivatives, Activated Carbon, Ion Exchange Resins and other Water Treatment Chemicals are provided in this report. A mini directory of Water Treatment Chemicals Producer Profiles and Directory, Distributors and Trading Companies, Research Institutions and Associations as well as Major End-Users in China is covered in this research available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/206080-chinese-markets-for-water-treatment-chemicals.html .
According to World Water Treatment Chemicals to 2017 market research report, global demand for water treatment chemicals is forecast to rise almost six percent per year to nearly $31 billion in 2017. Demand will be driven by rising water quality standards in manufacturing and other industrial applications, expanded access to safe drinking water in underserved regions, and a shift toward higher value chemicals with improved performance and/or environmental profiles, particularly in developed countries. Advances will be the fastest in developing parts of the world due to healthy economic growth and tightening environmental regulations. However, despite the shift in demand toward higher cost products, increases in developed countries will be tempered by greater competition between chemicals and equipment.
In developing regions, rising standards for industrial water quality and the adoption of more complex manufacturing processes, along with healthy economic expansion, will drive strong growth in demand for water treatment chemicals. In many developing countries, the use of water treatment chemicals has historically been low relative to use rates seen in manufacturing and industrial markets in more affluent areas, and rising water treatment chemical use rates will be reflective of greater reliance on both commodity-type chemicals and specialty chemicals. The increased use of water treatment chemicals in these regions will be supported by manufacturers' efforts to remain competitive by improving the quality of finished products, which can be directly impacted by water quality.
Growing environmental concerns and increased efforts to modernize municipal water treatment facilities will also support demand for water treatment chemicals in developing areas, as regulations regarding wastewater management and municipal water standards become more stringent. In many developing areas, where wastewater management has historically received less attention than process or supply water treatment, new wastewater quality requirements will promote increased use of water treatment chemicals to remove pollutants before wastewater is discharged to the environment or is reused. Increased investments in municipal water infrastructure in developing countries will also boost higher demand for water treatment chemicals, as governments seek to improve access to safe drinking water supplies and sanitation facilities.
In developed regions where the utilization of water treatment chemicals is well established, growth in demand for water treatment chemicals is expected to be more moderate and the shift in product mix will be more complex. For example, higher industrial water quality standards and environmental regulations worldwide are expected to support demand for water treatment equipment, which can be used to partially replace some chemicals such as biocides but can also support the use of higher-value specialty corrosion inhibitors, scale inhibitors, and coagulants and flocculants. These chemicals can be used to promote and protect equipment function. However, because water treatment equipment cannot fully replace the use of water treatment chemicals, users in more affluent areas have been turning to lower-dose, higher cost specialty chemicals, contributing to modest value growth in water treatment chemical demand.
The world water treatment chemicals market to 2017 research report profiles global industry players such as Arch Chemical, Ashland Chemical, BASF, Ecolab (Nalco), General Eletric, Kemira and many more. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=274448 .
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