Development of New Plants to Stimulate Production Sales of Adsorbents

Adsorbents Market

Increasing need for the petroleum refining across the globe has been fuelling towards revenue growth of adsorbents market. Pharmaceuticals industry is likely to prove highly profitable for the growth of adsorbents market in the near future. Apart from this, high costs of adsorbents are expected to decrease the demand for the related products, leading to significant obstructions in the growth of adsorbents market. Rapid urbanization in developing countries is expected to drive the production sales of adsorbents in the coming years.

A recent report projects that the adsorbents market will grow at a moderate 4.7% CAGR over the projected period, 2017-2027, for reaching a valuation of approximately US$ 6,600Mn by 2027-end. Companies namely BASF SE, Bee Chems, Honeywell International Inc, Axens S.A, Universal Carbons, Siddhartha Industries and Zeochem LLC among others are likely to observe a significant growth across the globe. Key players and manufacturers are planning to concentrate on the marketing schemes such as product advancements and innovations as well as expanding their product portfolio.

BASF SE Introduces a Production Plant in China

BASF SE had lately introduced a new production plant for chemical catalysts in Shanghai, China. Key players and manufacturers must note the point that this new plant is the company’s first manufacturing facility for chemical catalysts in the APAC (Asia-Pacific) region. The new production plant has been utilizing the base catalysts as well as adsorbents and is likely to be highly energy efficient and automated, which in turn will be significantly beneficial for the customers of BASF SE.

Key players and manufacturers can focus on making heavy investments in the China plant of BASF SE as nearly 60% of the chemical production across the globe will be taking place in Asia by 2020-end. Besides, more than half chemical production is expected to be taking place in China. BASF SE is of the point of view that the local production is significantly strengthening their relations with customers of the region’s chemical industry. This in turn creates opportunities for the manufacturers of the company to develop advanced as well as innovative products, thereby expanding consumer-base and shortening lead times. The focal point here is that the company is increasingly providing regional explicit development and manufacturing of the trending catalyst technologies.

Holistic Benefits of the New Plant for Production Sales of Adsorbents

According to the current scenario, the new plant in China by BASF SE holds the potential for significant expansion and flexibility to cater to the growing demand of customers in the forthcoming years. Manufacturers can note the point that the new plant offers solutions with improved sustainability and efficiency in the chemical industry. This in turn helps BASF SE to decrease the reliability on imports, thereby gaining significant attention of the existing as well as emerging customers.

The new production plant will be utilizing modern production technologies for the manufacturing of innovative adsorbents and catalysts. Most importantly, this new plant will be supported by a new R&D Center, which is related to Process Catalyst. This in turn will help BASF SE in entering into collaborations with various other key players and manufacturers, thereby strengthening their position in the adsorbents market across the globe.

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Nikhil Kaitwade

With over 8 years of experience in market research and consulting industry, Nikhil has worked on more than 250 research assignments pertaining to chemicals, materials and energy sector. He has worked directly with about 35 reputed companies as lead consultant for plant expansion, product positioning, capacity factor analysis, new market/segment exploration, export market opportunity evaluation and sourcing strategies.

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