San Francisco, California, October 13, 2017: As per the findings of a recent commerce and business study by TMR Research, the global nucleating and clarifying agents market has a prosperous future, in which the existing companies will continue to innovate in order to maintain their stronghold. The report identifies Milliken & Company, BASF SE, Clariant AG, Adeka Corporation, A. Schulman, Inc., PolyOne Corporation, New Japan Chemical Co., Ltd., Imerys- French Limited Liability Company, Bruggemann Group, GCH Technology Co., Ltd., Emerald Performance Materials, Addcomp Holland Bv, Polyvel Inc., Eutec Chemical Co., Ltd., Plastiblends India Limited, Qingdao Jade New Material Technology, Polychem Alloy, HPL Additives Limited, and Richyu Chemical Co. as some of the key companies currently ahead of the curve in the global nucleating and clarifying agents.
In the near future, most of these key companies are expected to invest on research and development of advanced products that can not only improve the quality but also can diversify its application into other sectors. The manufacturers are also anticipated to increment their focus on devising eco-friendly products, as this seems to be most prominent hindrance over the prosperity of the global nucleating and clarifying agents market.
This report on the global nucleating and clarifying agents market aspires to serve as a credible business tool for targeted audiences such as polymer manufacturers, polymer distributors, industry associations, government and research organizations, chemical suppliers, end-use industries, and additive distributors. The support has been compiled by a group of professional market research analysts, and is a summation of primary and secondary research, offering in-depth analysis of every driver and restraint, catches the latest trends, segments the market into smaller aspects, and profiles some of the leading companies in order to represent the competitive landscape.
Based on polymer, the global nucleating and clarifying agents market can be segmented into polypropylene (PP), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and polyethylene (PE), which can be further sub-segmented into Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), and Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDPE). Currently, PP segment serves the maximum demand, which is a reflection of its usage in rigid packaging of consumer products and foods and beverages. The rising demand for polypropylene across the globe for various applications is expected to result in an increase in polypropylene production. Thus, the demand for nucleating (clarifying) agents is expected to increase for efficient and high quality production.
Application-wise, this market can be bifurcated into packaging, consumer products, automotive, and others. Currently, packaging segments leads the demand in terms of value and volume, gaining traction from factors such as increasing disposable income and changing lifestyles of urban population, economic trends, improved awareness level regarding health among different classes of consumers, and developments in packaging material & technology. Since these agents increase impact resistance, impart superior physical properties, and improve transparency in polymers used for packaging, the demand for high quality packaging in foods & beverages across the globe are expected to drive the nucleating (clarifying) agents market in the packaging application. Geographically, the report takes stock of the potential of nucleating and clarifying agents market in every important region and country, showing growth aspects of each of them.
Some of the key factors driving the global nucleating and clarifying agents market are: possibilities of higher production rate, increased focus across the world regarding plastic recycling, and growing demand for rigid packaging in the food and beverages industry. Nucleating and clarifying agents are now extensively used by various manufacturing companies in order to reduce cycle time of polymer processing.
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