Specialty Chemicals Update Program (SCUP)

Specialty Chemicals Update Program

IHS Specialty Chemicals Update Program provides the ultimate business analysis of 40 discrete, global specialty chemical end-use markets.

Covering industry structure and operating statistics, to regulatory and technology impacts, and supply and consumption trends, each report includes:

•  Supply and demand analysis and five-year forecast

•  Regional coverage of North America, Europe, China, and Japan

•  Government regulations, trends and strategic issues

•  Prices and operating characteristics

•  Market participants and size by value and volume

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Jul 2017. In Asia, Singapore has become the regional center for research and development in recent years; nutraceutical ingredient companies including DuPont, Tate & Lyle, DSM, and Wacker have also increased their activities in Singapore.

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Jul 2017. Increasingly, North American, European and Japanese specialty chemical producers look to developing regions for growth and many have built manufacturing facilities in Asia and elsewhere. Chinese and Indian manufacturers are also key players.

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Dec 2016. Engineering thermoplastics are high-value, specialty polymers that compete with metals and glass in various applications and against each other and with lower-cost polymers. Average annual growth of almost 4% for the major ETPs is anticipated.

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May 2017. Since the Biocidal Products Directive entered into force in mid-2000 in the European Union, about three-quarters of approximately 1,200 biocidal actives have disappeared from the market. Increasing costs have also led to industry consolidation.

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Mar 2017. Corrosion inhibitors are consumed primarily in three markets: water treatment (at 42% of global consumption, the largest market), metal treatment/lubricants/fuels (33%), and oil and gas production (25%). Growth will be around 2% during 2016-21.

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Mar 2016. In 2015, China accounted for close to half of the global value of textile chemicals. China is the largest market for textile chemicals, based on its growing apparel and textile production, and on huge production of synthetic fibers and cotton.

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May 2016. The importance of emission control catalysts has been increasing as environmental concerns and measures to fight pollution have become more important globally. The global catalyst market is expected to grow at around 4% annually.

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Jul 2016. Currently, North America is the largest market for cosmetic ingredients; however, China is expected to become the world's largest cosmetic chemical market by 2017. The market in China will grow at an average annual rate of 8% during 2015–20.

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Jul 2016. The adhesives and sealants industry is fragmented. In 2015, the top 15 companies, all multinational, accounted for about 50% of sales. Henkel is by far the leader, with nearly 20% of the market. Over 2,000 companies account for the balance.

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Nov 2016. Process catalysts play a vital role in the economy. More than 90% of chemical manufacturing processes and more than 20% of all industrial products employ catalytic steps. Petroleum refining consists almost entirely of catalytic processes.

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Dec 2016. The automotive sector continues to be the backbone of the rubber and rubber-processing chemicals industries. Most rubber-processing chemicals are older products and are consumed predominantly in the manufacture of automotive tires.

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Dec 2016. The feed additives market is highly competitive. The industry has seen rapid development in recent years, with continuous growth expected in the next five years. China has become the largest feed producer in the world since 2011.

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