Chemicals produced to suit a particular purpose are generally referred to as specialty chemicals. Thus, with the growth in a range of industries, the demand for such products is increasing too. For instance, with the burgeoning environmental concerns, countries around the world are formulating stringent emission control regulations. As a result, the demand for fuel additives, including diesel exhaust fluid, also called AdBlue, is rising. Other common specialty chemicals used in the automotive and transportation industry are pour point depressants, coolants, friction modifiers, and octane boosters.
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Thus, with the growth in the automotive industry, the specialty chemicals market size will increase to $980,423.7 million by 2030 from $639,935.8 million in 2019, at a 5.5% CAGR during 2020–2030 (forecast period). Other types of specialty chemicals are agrochemicals, specialty coatings, construction chemicals, surfactants, polymer additives, food additives, electronic chemicals, plastic additives, cleaning chemicals, paper & textile chemicals, lubricant & oilfield chemicals, adhesives & sealants, advanced ceramic materials, water treatment chemicals, rubber processing chemicals, and mining chemicals.
Currently, the highest consumption of all types of specialty chemicals is witnessed in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, and the reasons are plenty. APAC is home to the largest manufacturing industry in the world, which creates a high demand for an array of lubricants. Similarly, the high production and sales of automobiles in the region lead to a high-volume consumption of fuel additives and other specialty chemicals in the transportation industry. Moreover, the region also accounts for the highest population and scale of farming activities, which is why agrochemicals are really important here.
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As a result, the biggest trend in the specialty chemicals market presently is the shift in the production of such materials to the region. Encouraged by the vast sales opportunities here, chemical companies based in North America and Europe are setting up plants in APAC countries, including India, Vietnam, and China. Moreover, these countries have less-stringent environmental regulations than the Western world, which offers more peace of mind to chemical companies. Similarly, raw materials and labor can be sourced cost-effectively in APAC, which allows market players to save on operational costs.
Thus, with the growth of the end-use sectors, the consumption of various types of specialty chemicals will boom.
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