Global Dispersing Agents Market Insights, Size and Growth Forecast To 2030

Global Dispersing Agents Market By Type, By Structure, By End User, By Weight - Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Segment Forecasts to 2030

Published: Jul 2022 Base Year: 2021 Report ID: CHEM2201
Available Format: Historical Data: 2019 - 2020 Number of Pages: 1 - 257
Category : Chemicals & Nanomaterials
Dispersing Agents Market Overview:

According to SPER Market Research, the Dispersing Agents Market is estimated to reach USD 11.15 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 5.8%. Dispersing Agents are basically surfactants that work by preventing clumping and settling of particles to make them uniform. They are highly used in the production of products like paint, petrol and medicines therefore the development and modernization of infrastructure across the world act as one of the major factors leading to the rapid growth of dispersing agent market.
High-quality dispersing Agents are used in bulk quantity by the oil and gas industry to undertake effective and efficient operations, further driving the growth of dispersing agent market due to increasing demand in the energy sector. Solventborne was the second-largest type of dispersing Agents market, in terms of value, in 2021, due to a reduction in VOC emission by a new high solid formulation.

Non-ionic was the second-largest dispersing agent structure in 2021 in terms of value as this structure plays a vital role in the removal of excess oils and fiber lubricants from fiber surfaces before dyeing. Asia Pacific accounts for the largest share of the global dispersing agents market, in terms of value, in 2021 because the developed countries of the Asia Pacific do not house the key global automakers therefore not only serve as a manufacturing hub but also have key R&D facilities.
Where an increase in oil drilling and exploration activities acts as the driving force of this industry, the fluctuating costs of raw materials and rising energy costs due to the COVID-19 impact, are destabilizing the supply chain and making it difficult for the manufacturers to supply high-quality products therefore negatively impacting the market growth.

Impact of COVID-19 on the Dispersing Agents Market
The pandemic lead to the downfall of demand for dispersing agents, due to, the shutdown of industries where these agents were used. The construction industry accounts for the largest market share in the global dispersing agent market. However, during the pandemic, construction activity has been halted due to the lockdown leading to a decrease in demand for dispersing agents during the period. In addition, a reduction in automobile sales has further hindered the growth of the market as these dispersing agents are used in automotive coating.

Scope of the report
 Report Metric Details
 Market size available for years 2019-2030
 Base year considered 2021
 Forecast period 2022-2030
 Segments coveredBy Type, By Structure, By End User, By Weight
 Geographies covered North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa
 Companies CoveredArkema SA, Altana AG, BASF SE, Chryso SAS, Croda International Plc, Clariant AG, Cytec Industries Inc, Dow Inc, Elementis Plc.,  Evonik, Gruppo Chimico Dalton, King Industries, Rudolf Gmbh, SpecialChem SA, Shah Patil and company, Solvay, Unichem, WestRock.
Dispersing Agents Market Segmentation:

By Type: Based on the Type, Dispersing Agents Market is segmented as; Waterborne (Need to reduce VOC content driving demand for waterborne dispersing agents), Solventborne (High performance and flexibility of solventborne agents to drive market demand), Oil borne. 



By Structure: Based on the Structure, Dispersing Agents Market is segmented as; Anionic (Low cost and easy availability to demand drive for anionic structured dispersing agents), Non-ionic (Low foaming and superior emulsifying properties drive demand for this segment), Hydrophobic (Institutional cleaning to drive demand for hydrophilic structured dispersing agents), Hydrophilic (Construction and other architectural work to drive demand for hydrophobic structured dispersing agents), Cationic (Non-mixability with anionic dispersing agents to positively affect cationic dispersing agent segment), Amphoteric (Growing demand for personal care products to drive demand for amphoteric segment).

By End User: Based on the End User, Dispersing Agents Market is segmented as; Construction (Rising global construction activities driving demand for dispersing agent), Paints and Coatings (Rising global motor vehicle production drives demand for dispersing agents in paints and coating industry), Pulp and Paper (Increasing consumer demand and quality standards drive demand for pulp and paper industry), Detergents (Demand for germfree, dirt free and hygienic workplace to propel detergents segment), Oil and Gas (Demand for automotive lubricants drives market for dispersive agents in oil and gas industry), Agriculture(Climatic changes and need for agrochemicals driving demand for dispersing agents in the segment), Pharmaceuticals (Rising global pharmaceuticals production driving demand for dispersing agents), Others (Innovations in personal care industry to drive market).

By Weight: Based on the Weight, Dispersing Agents Market is segmented as; Low molecular weight dispersants, High molecular weight dispersants, Advanced high molecular weight dispersants, Oligomeric dispersants.

By Region: Asia-Pacific accounts for the largest share of the global dispersing agent market. Followed by North America, Europe, Middle-East & Africa, South America.

1. Introduction
1.1. Scope of the report
1.2. Market segment analysis

2. Research Methodology
2.1 Research data source
2.1.1 Secondary data
2.1.2 Primary data
2.1.3 SPER’s internal database
2.1.4 Premium insight from KOL’s
2.2 Market size estimation
2.2.1 Top-down and Bottom-up approach
2.3 Data triangulation

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics
4.1. Driver, Restraint, Opportunity and Challenges analysis
4.1.1 Drivers
4.1.2 Restraints
4.1.3 Opportunities
4.1.4 Challenges 
4.2. COVID-19 Impacts of the Dispersing Agents Market

5. Market variables and outlook
5.1. SWOT analysis 
5.1.1 Strengths 
5.1.2 Weaknesses 
5.1.3 Opportunities
5.1.4 Threats
5.2. PESTEL analysis 
5.2.1 Political landscape
5.2.2 Economic landscape
5.2.3 Social landscape 
5.2.4 Technological landscape 
5.2.5 Environmental landscape 
5.2.6 Legal landscape 
5.3. PORTER’S five forces analysis 
5.3.1 Bargaining power of suppliers 
5.3.2 Bargaining power of Buyers 
5.3.3 Threat of Substitute 
5.3.4 Threat of new entrant 
5.3.5 Competitive rivalry
5.4. Heat map analysis

6. Dispersing Agents Market, By Type, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
6.1.  Waterborne
6.1.1. Need to reduce VOC content driving demand for waterborne dispersing agents
6.2.  Solventborne
6.2.1. High performance and flexibility of solventborne agents to drive market demand 
6.3.  Oil borne

7. Dispersing Agents Market, By Structure, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
7.1. Anionic
7.1.1. Low cost and easy availability to demand drive for anionic structured dispersing agents
7.2. Non-ionic
7.2.1. Low foaming and superior emulsifying properties drive demand for this segment 
7.3. Hydrophilic
7.3.1. Institutional cleaning to drive demand for hydrophilic structured dispersing agents
7.4. Hydrophobic
7.4.1. Construction and other architectural work to drive demand for hydrophobic structured dispersing agents
7.5. Cationic
7.5.1. Non-mixability with anionic dispersing agents to positively affect cationic dispersing agent segment 
7.6. Amphoteric
7.6.1. Growing demand for personal care products to drive demand for amphoteric segment

8. Dispersing Agents Market, By End User, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
8.1. Construction
8.1.1. Rising global construction activities driving demand for dispersing agent
8.2. Paint and coatings
8.2.1. Rising global motor vehicle production drives demand for dispersing agents in paints and coating industry
8.3. Pulp and paper
8.3.1. Increasing consumer demand and quality standards drive demand for pulp and paper industry 
8.4. Detergents
8.4.1. Demand for germ-free, dirt free and hygienic workplace to propel detergents segment
8.5. Oil and gas
8.5.1. Demand for automotive lubricants drives market for dispersive agents in oil and gas industry
8.6. Agriculture
8.6.1. Climatic changes and need for agrochemicals driving demand for dispersing agents in the segment
8.7. Pharmaceuticals
8.7.1. Rising global pharmaceuticals production driving demand for dispersing agents
8.8. Others
8.8.1. Innovations in personal care industry to drive market
 
9. Dispersing Agents Market, By Weight, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
9.1. Low molecular weight dispersants, 
9.2. High molecular weight dispersants,
9.3. Advanced high molecular weight dispersants 
9.4. Oligomeric dispersants.

10. Dispersing Agents Market, By Region, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
10.1. North America
10.1.1. United States
10.1.2. Canada
10.1.3. Mexico
10.2. Europe
10.2.1. Germany
10.2.2. United Kingdom
10.2.3. France
10.2.4. Italy
10.2.5. Spain
10.2.6. Rest of Europe
10.3. Asia-Pacific
10.3.1. China
10.3.2. Japan
10.3.3. India
10.3.4. Australia
10.3.5. South Korea
10.3.6. Rest of Asia-Pacific
10.4. South America
10.4.1. Brazil
10.4.2. Argentina
10.4.3. Rest of South America
10.5. Middle East and Africa
10.5.1. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 
10.5.2. United Arab Emirates
10.5.3. Rest of Middle East and Africa

11. Company Profiles
11.1. Arkema SA
11.1.1. Company details 
11.1.2. Financial outlook
11.1.3. Product summary 
11.1.4. Recent developments
11.2. Altana AG
11.2.1. Company details 
11.2.2. Financial outlook
11.2.3. Product summary 
11.2.4. Recent developments
11.3. BASF SE
11.3.1. Company details 
11.3.2. Financial outlook
11.3.3. Product summary 
11.3.4. Recent developments
11.4 Chryso SAS
11.4.1. Company details 
11.4.2. Financial outlook
11.4.3. Product summary 
11.4.4. Recent developments
11.5. Croda International Plc
11.5.1. Company details 
11.5.2. Financial outlook
11.5.3. Product summary 
11.5.4. Recent developments
11.6. Clariant AG
11.6.1. Company details 
11.6.2. Financial outlook
11.6.3. Product summary 
11.6.4. Recent developments
11.7. Cytec Industries Inc
11.7.1. Company details 
11.7.2. Financial outlook
11.7.3. Product summary 
11.7.4. Recent developments
11.8. Dow Inc.
11.8.1. Company details 
11.8.2. Financial outlook
11.8.3. Product summary 
11.8.4. Recent developments
11.9. Elementis Plc.
11.9.1. Company details
11.9.2. Financial outlook
11.9.3. Product summary
11.9.4. Recent developments
11.10. Evonik 
11.10.1. Company details 
11.10.2. Financial outlook
11.10.3. Product summary 
11.10.4. Recent developments
 11.11 Gruppo Chimico Dalton
 11.11.1. Company details 
11.11.2. Financial outlook
11.11.3. Product summary 
11.11.4. Recent developments
 11.12. King Industries
 11.12.1. Company details
 11.12.2. Financial outlook
 11.12.3. Product summary
 11.12.4. Recent developments
  11.13. Rudolf Gmbh
 11.13.1. Company details
 11.13.2. Financial outlook
 11.13.3. Product summary
 11.13.4. Recent developments
  11.14. SpecialChem SA
 11.14.1. Company detail
 11.14.2. Financial outlook
 11.14.3. Product summary
 11.14.4. Recent developments
  11.15. Shah Patil and Company
 11.15.1. Company details
 11.15.2. Financial outlook
 11.15.3. Product summary
 11.15.4. Recent developments
 11.16. Solvay
 11.16.1. Company details
 11.16.2. Financial outlook
 11.16.3. Product summary
 11.16.4. Recent development
 11.17. Unichem 
 11.17.1. Company details
 11.17.2. Financial outlook
 11.17.3. Product summary
 11.17.4. Recent development
 11.18. WestRock
 11.18.1. Company details
 11.18.2. Financial outlook
 11.18.3. Product summary
 11.18.4. Recent development


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