March 18, 2020

Plastic Compounding Market Size, Growth and Analysis 2023

Plastic Compounding Market – Overview

Plastic compounding, a process in which plastics are melted and blended with additives to change their physical, thermal, electrical, or aesthetic characteristics to be used for manufacturing plastic formulations. Plastic compounding witnesses a huge market prominence, basically due to the increasing use of the plastic material in the day to day life.

Plastic that has become an integral part of modern lives is making of useful items for daily use. The versatile plastic material has almost completely replaced glass & metal materials from the households as well as across the industries owing to its durability & aesthetic looks. This as much explains the prominence of the plastic material and the plastic compounding process.

All product types of plastic compounding are absorbed extensively across major end-user industries such as the automotive, electrical & electronics, consumer goods, medical devices, construction, packaging, industrial machinery, and others. The already proliferating, the plastic industry will continue to flourish endlessly due to the inclusions of plastic products in the day to day lives of people.

And, compounding, which is a central aspect of the plastic industry, is bound to grow following the same. This defines the growing landscape of the plastic compounding market, and the galore accruals the market is about to perceive. Plastic compounding is a dynamic & ever increasing market.

Global Plastic Compounding Market - Segments

For an easy grasp, the market is segmented into three key dynamics;

By Product Type : Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Polyethylene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Polystyrene, Polyamide, Polycarbonate, Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), Polybutylene Terephthalate (PEB), Thermoplastic Olefins (TO), Thermoplastic Vulcanizates (TV), and Polypropylene Compounds.

By Application : Electrical & Electronics, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Medical Devices, Construction, Packaging, and Industrial Machinery among others.

By Region : Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest-of-the-World.

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Global Plastic Compounding Market - Regional Analysis

The Asia Pacific region, heading with the augmenting demand from some of the burgeoning industries in the region such as automotive, construction, and packaging, would retain its dominance over the global plastic compounding market. Rapidly developing countries in the APAS such as China, Japan, and India due to the vast consumption of polypropylene and polyethylene account for the key contributors to the growth of the market.

Besides, growing, production, and investments in the major industries in the region provide a considerable impetus to the growth of the regional market. Furthermore, ample availability of raw materials such as polyethylene & polypropylene also contributes to the market growth in the region.

Furthermore, the growth in the industries such as the automotive and electronics & electrical industry, led by the improving economic conditions attributes to the growth of the regional market. The plastic compounding market trends in the Asia Pacific region had valued at USD 2,55,831 Mn, in 2017, which is estimated to expand further at a CAGR of 6.25% over the forecast period.

The plastic compounding market share in the European region accounts for the second-largest market, globally. Factors such as the increasing demand for polypropylene and polyethylene in heavy industries act as a major tailwind, propelling the growth in the regional market.

The Europe market has experienced substantial growth in the packaging industry, especially in some of the European countries like the UK, Germany, and Italy. Moreover, the rapid industrialization, coupled with the demand from the consumer goods sector drives the regional market.

Plastic Compounding Market Major Players:

Key players leading the plastic compounding market analysis companies include Lyondell Basel Industries NV (the Netherlands), BASF SE (Germany), Chevron Phillips Chemical Company (US), Eni S.p.A (Italy), Versalis S.p.A (Eni S.p.A), Asahi Kasei Corporation, Covestro AG, SO.F.TER S.r.l, 3M (Dyneon GmbH), Total SA, and Lanxess AG (Germany) among others.

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