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Bio based Polymers Market Future Demand 2021 Global Key Companies Profile, Trends, Share Valuation Industry Size, Recent Advancements and Future Challenges 2030


(MENAFN- America News Hour) In a recent published report, Kenneth Research has updated the market report for Bio based Polymers Market for 2021 till 2030. Report further now discusses; the various strategies to be adopted or being adopted by the business players across the globe at various levels in the value chain. In the view of the global economic slowdown, we further estimated that China, India, Japan and South Korea to recover fastest amongst all the countries in the Asian market. Germany, France, Italy, Spain to take the worst hit and this hit is expected to be regain 25% by the end of 2021- Positive Growth in the economic demand and supply.

U.S. Market recovers fast; In a release on May 4th 2021, the U.S. Bureau and Economic Analsysis and U.S. Census Bureau mentions the recovery in the U.S. International trade in March 2021. Exports in the country reached $200 billion, up by $12.4 billion in Feb 2021. Following the continuous incremental trend, imports tallied at $274.5 billion, picked up by $16.4 billion in Feb 2021. However, as COVID19 still haunts the economies across the globe, year-over-year (y-o-y) avergae exports in the U.S. declined by $7.0 billion from March 2020 till March 2021 whilest imports increased by $20.7 billion during the same time. This definitely shows how the market is trying to recover back and this will have a direct impact on the Healthcare/ICT/Chemical industries, creating a huge demand for Bio based Polymers Market products.

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A report on Bio based Polymers Marketet has recently been added into the repository of market research reports of Kenneth Research. The report, which is calculated for the forecast period 2021 2025, provides an in-depth analysis on the opportunities, latest trends, challenges and the growth drivers that are associated with the growth of the market. The market is thriving on account of the growing need for chemicals that are less toxic, backed by the stringent government regulations to regulate chemical pollution. It is estimated that more than 3 million tons of toxic chemicals have been released by industries till date in the year 2021. On the other hand, it is estimated that every second, around 300kgs of toxic chemicals are released into water, land and air by the industrial facilities.

Further, the market is projected to grow on account of the growing trade in chemicals worldwide. The European Union recorded to be the largest exporter of chemical products around the globe in the year 2019. The region was also the second largest importer of chemical products after the United States in the same year. The exports of chemicals in Europe, according to the statistics by Eurostat, grew from USD 323.49 billion in 2010 to USD 504.83 billion in 2020. Moreover, the imports of chemicals in the region grew from USD 205.64 billion in 2010 to USD 285.91 billion in 2020.

The Bio based Polymers Market is predicted to grow with a robust CAGR during the forecast period. Some of the significant factors that are anticipated to drive the market are the growing investments from the multinational companies in several nations worldwide to develop production facilities that can promote the production growth, backed by the rising need for chemicals from several end-user industries for different end-use purposes. According to the statistical report titled“Global Chemicals Outlook II”, published by the United Nations Environment Programme, the global chemical industry's production capacity almost doubled to reach 2.3 billion tonnes in the year 2017 from 1.2 billion tonnes in the year 2000. Moreover, increasing spending on research and innovation (R & I) for the development of advanced chemicals is also anticipated to drive the growth of the market over the forecast period.

The global bio-based polymers market was estimated to be worth of  USD 14.2 billion in 2018 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 10% over the forecast period. The report 'Bio-based Polymers Market Share, Size, Trends, & Industry Analysis Report, [By Product (PET, PA, PEF, PE, PUR, PBS, PHA, PTT, PBS, Epoxies, PEF, Others), By End-Use (Textile, Automotive, Films & Coatings, Electronics, Industrial), By Regions]:  Segment Forecast, 2018 – 2026' provides insights on the current market scenario and the future prospects.

Bio-based polymers are obtained through the polymerization of bio-based raw materials through engineered industrial processes. The raw materials of bio-based polymers are either isolated from plants and animals or synthesized from biomass using enzymes or microorganisms. The raw materials used for manufacturing bio-based polymers includes corn fiber, wheat by-products, food processing waste, paper mill sludge, stems, leaves, livestock waste, and others.

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Initially bio-based functional polymers were derived from agricultural feedstock, but a recent breakthrough in technology has shifted focus to derive from nucleic acids, proteins, polysaccharides, and bacterial fermentation by synthesizing monomers like fatty acids, cellulose, and starch.

Increasing dependence on synthetic polymers has led to a rise in environment risks associated with disposal and recycling. The combustion of these synthetic polymers releases harmful greenhouse gasses (GHGs) and other toxic gasses into the atmosphere, thereby degrading the environment and leading to ozone depletion & global warming. Stringent environmental regulations on fossil fuel products by regulatory authorities such as the EPA and REACH coupled with government initiatives to reduce dependency on petrochemicals have been responsible for the development of bio-based alternatives.

This is further supported by the increasing awareness towards sustainability and growing demand for bio-based polymers from various end-use industries such as automotive, electrical & electronics, construction, and footwear. Bio-based construction polymer market  is in its nascent phase and is estimated to witness significant growth over the next six years on account of the increasing demand from end-use industries.

The commercially available bio-based polymer comprises 100% biomass content.  Currently, bio-based polymer is derived from corn fiber, wheat by-products, food processing waste, paper mill sludge, stems, leaves, livestock waste. However, companies have been making significant investments in developing 100% bio-based polymers, which do not require fossil fuel or petrochemical byproducts.The bio-based polymers are manufactured through the polymerization of bio-based raw materials through engineered industrial processes. Bio-based polymers are usually manufactured from vegetable oils derived from castor, soybean, rapeseed, or sunflower corn fiber, wheat by-products, food processing waste, paper mill sludge, stems, leaves, livestock waste, and others.

The major global raw material manufacturers include companies such as Victrexplc, Mitsubishi, and Wageningen UR among several others. The bio-based content in polymer varies depending on the type of feedstock that is used during manufacturing.

Key Players:
Major bio-based polymer manufacturers include Cargill, Lubrizol, BASF SE, Bayer Material Science, and Dow Chemical where these companies further process polymer using numerous industrial techniques. In certain cases, some companies supply the unfinished biopolymer to other small and medium-scaled companies. Moreover, several major players operating in the market such as BASF SE, Cargill, Bayer Material Science, Bio Based Technologies, and BioAmber have forward integrated their operations, starting from producing raw materials to production of bio-based polymer.

Major polymer manufacturers are shifting their focus towards developing sustainable technologies and are collaborating with various individual bio-based technology manufacturers in order to produce bio-based polymers. The bio-based polymer industry is consolidated in nature and has witnessed numerous M & A over the past few years.

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Kenneth Research has segmented the global bio-based polymers market on the basis of Product,  End-use and Region:

Bio-based Polymers by Product Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)

PET
PA
PEF
PE
PUR
PBS
PHA
PTT
PBS
Epoxies
PEF
Others

Bio-based Polymers by End-Use Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)

Textile
Automotive
Films & Coatings
Electronics
Industrial
Others

Bio-based Polymers by Region (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)

North America
U.S.
Canada
Europe
Germany
UK
France
Belgium
Asia-Pacific
China
India
Japan
Latin America
Brazil
Mexico
Argentina
Middle East and Africa
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Nigeria

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