Global Paraphenylenediamine market: Demand Analysis and Growth Forecast
Paraphenylenediamine (PPD) is an organic compound produced from aniline, which is a phenyl group attached to an amino group. The base PPD is colorless and requires oxygen (oxidizer) to become a dye. Aniline is a prototypical aromatic amine, the precursor of many industrial chemicals such as polyurethane with the tendency to not melt when heated, and hence used for manufacturing of rubber products, hair dyes, textile or fur dyes, cosmetics, temporary tattoos (henna), photographic developer, photocopying, printing inks, greases, and gasoline.
Rapidly rising population in Asia Pacific andSoutheast Asia is the reason for the rise in the development of dyes and pigments, expansion of the plastics industry and the rubber manufacturing industry, and thereby stroking the demand for paraphenylenediamine. Due to the economic development in the past couple of decades, the incremented disposable income of the middle-class, and the purchase parity of the consumers are some of the factors increasing the number of potential customers across these emerging nations. According to a recent business intelligence report from IndustryARC, the paraphenylenediamine market is poised for profitable progression during the forecast period 2018-2023.
Paraphenylenediamine Market: Disruptive Trends
• Increase in the adoption of paraphenylenediamine across newer applications and prosperity of emerging economies such as China, India, and others will create new opportunities for the players operating in the paraphenylenediamine market.
• Derivatives of PPD are used as antioxidants in the manufacturing of rubber products to reduce the hazardous health effects.
• Countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Algeria, South Africa, Sudan, Nigeria, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Bahrain, Yemen, Qatar, Kuwait, and Israel are rapidly coming up with robust manufacturing infrastructure because of the high demand of the product.
• Companies are installing massive production facilities in the developing countries to swiftly fulfill the rising demand for paraphenylenediamine from different end-user.
Global Paraphenylenediamine market: Leading Segments
Based on end-users, the paraphenylenediamine market can be segmented into chemical and polymers, cosmetics, healthcare, rubber manufacturing, dyeing, fibers, color photographic film, and others. Industry Arc’s report has also evaluated the potential demand coming from all important regions including North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa.
Global Paraphenylenediamine market: Competitive Landscape
Anhui Xianglong, RUI YUAN, Yixing Xinyu, Chizhou Fangda, Bayer AG, Lonsen, Alashan Lixin, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Taixing Shangshi, Suzhou Luosen and YSH are some of the important manufacturers of paraphenylenediamine (PPD).
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Paraphenylenediamine (PPD) is an organic compound produced from aniline, which is a phenyl group attached to an amino group. For the past 50 years, PPD has been used as the primary intermediate in the formulation of hair dyes, polymer, rubber, and others. However, as the application of the product expands to several other industry segments, many companies are installing massive production facilities and investing in infrastructure because of the increase in demand and profitable progression.
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Market Size by Product Categories
Top 10 End-user Analysis
Merges & Acquisition Analysis
Demand Analysis ( By Revenue & Volume )
Country-level Analysis (10+)
Market Shares Analysis
Value Chain Analysis
Supply Chain Analysis
Current & Future Market Landscape Analysis
Revenue and Volume Analysis
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