Cosmetics & personal care accounts for the majority of the demand for 1,3 butanediol. The industry has shown fast paced growth in the recent years owing to a rise in population and increase in per capita spending, thereby driving expansion in the 1,3 butanediol market. With regard to revenue, the global 1,3 butanediol market is projected to expand at a CAGR of around 5% during the forecast p...
Inorganic tin chemicals contain at least one bond between carbon and tin, and are primarily used in electroplating industry to produce tin surfaces with particular decorative or functional properties. Usage of a range of tin chemical variants is significant in traditional markets of electroplating such as giftware, wires and tinplate. Tin chemicals are also largely used in PVC stabilizers where they have specific technical advantages. In the recent years, tin chemicals have gained a number of industrial applications including surfaces treatment, plating, catalysts, reducing agents, glazes and energy and electronic devices.
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Global demand for tin has been on the rise due to significant advances in chemical industry in the recent years. In addition, there has been an increase in the use of tin plating among various industries to ensure protection and safety of many products and systems. These are the important factors boosting growth of the Inorganic Tin Chemicals at a global level. Further, growing use of tin chlorides, such as stannous chloride dehydrate and stannous chloride anhydrous for applications in metalized glazing, electric components and even in food industries for tin packed food, which is expected to create potential growth prospects for market of inorganic tin chemicals.
Inorganic Tin Chemicals Market: Segmentation
Global inorganic tin chemical market can be segmented by product type, by application and by region. On the basis of product type, the global inorganic tin chemicals market is segmented by sodium stannate, stannous chloride anhydrous, tannous chloride dehydrate, stannous oxalate and stannic oxide. On the basis of application, the global inorganic tin chemicals market is segmented by plating materials, chemical catalyst, life science reagents, process chemicals and pigment precursor. The rapid growth in the chemical industry has had a significant effect on the inorganic tin chemicals, owing to the increasing demand for metal plating applications in the present market. On the other hand, rising research & development for inorganic tin chemicals is also anticipated to increase the demand for inorganic tin chemicals across the industries.
The global inorganic tin chemicals market can be segmented with respect to the regions as: North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia, Oceania and MEA (Middle East and Africa). East Asia and South Asia market is expected to have a significant market for inorganic tin chemicals owing to the rising production of tin in these regions. For instance, in 2017, China was the largest producer and consumer of tin, with rapid growth in automotive sector and other industries. Rising demand for inorganic tin chemicals such as tin chloride in food, electronic and glazing industries in the Asia Pacific region on the account of growing disposable along with rapid industrialization is likely to fuel the future expansion of inorganic tin chemicals market. A focus on installation of robust manufacturing facilities in developing countries, such as China and India, to meet the consistently rising local demand remains one of the key growth strategies for manufacturers of inorganic tin chemicals.
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Prominent players in the global inorganic tin chemicals market are Songxiang Chemical, DowDuPont, Yunnan Tin Company Group Limited (YTC), Westman Chemicals Pvt., Mason Corporation, TIB Chemicals, Showa America, Lorad Chemical Corporation, Hubei Xinghuo, PT. Timah Industri, William Blythe, BNT Chemicals GmbH (IBU-tech owned), and Keeling & Walker and other players. The global players are expected to strengthen their market positions by offering loyalty schemes and competitive prices. Several small-sized players also have a presence in the inorganic tin chemicals market globally.
Inorganic Tin Chemicals Market: Competitive Landscape
The global market for inorganic tin chemicals is fragmented in nature owing to the presence of large number of players in the market. The global inorganic tin chemicals market has lucrative opportunities for new entrants, which will cater to competitiveness in the product offerings and also lead to the reduction in prices of the products.
The research report presents a comprehensive assessment of the Inorganic tin chemicals market and contains thoughtful insights, facts and historical data and statistically supported and industry-validated market data. It also contains projections using a suitable set of assumptions and methodologies. The Inorganic tin chemicals market report provides analysis and information, according to market segments such as geographies, application and industry.
The Inorganic tin chemicals report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain. The Inorganic tin chemicals report provides an in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macroeconomic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per segments. The Inorganic tin chemicals report also maps the qualitative impact of various market factors on market segments and geographies.
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