Global Industrial Enzymes Market Insights, Size and Growth Forecast To 2030

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Industrial Enzymes Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis By Type, By Source, By Application, By formulation Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Segment Forecasts to 2030
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Industrial Enzymes Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis By Type, By Source, By Application, By formulation Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Segment Forecasts to 2030

Published: Feb 2022 Base Year: 2021 Report ID: BIOT2203
Available Format: Historical Data: 2019 - 2020 Number of Pages: 1 - 223
Category : Biotechnology


Global Industrial Enzymes Market is projected to be worth USD 12.3 billion by 2030

According to SPER Market Research, the Industrial Enzymes Market estimated to reach USD 12.3 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 7.2%. Better product quality with a lower manufacturing cost and lesser waste and energy consumption can be achieved by the use of enzymes. The advancement in Enzyme engineering, Green Chemistry, introduction of genetically engineered enzyme is the driving factor for the growth of the Industrial Enzymes Market.

Impact of COVID-19 on the Tablet Coatings Market
The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic pushed people to change their dietary habit and life style. This leads to eating healthy and nutritious food with a balanced intake of enzymes and other energy sources. Therefore, there is high demand for fortified foods & beverages infused with nutritional enzymes and other healthy ingredients. On the other hand, the demand for dairy products, bakery & confectionery products, and juices is anticipated to increase with the increase in awareness regarding enzyme-infused products.

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 Source, By Application, By Formulation, By Region
 Geographies coveredNorth America, Asia Pacific, Europe, South America and Rest of the World 
 Companies CoveredABF, Advanced Enzyme Technologies, Amano Enzyme Inc., Aumgene Biosciences, BASF, Biocatalysts, CHR. Hansen, Creative Enzymes , Denykem , DSM , DuPont , Enzymatic Deinking Technologies, Enzyme Solutions , Enzyme Supplies ,Kerry, Megazyme , Metagen, Novozymes , Sunson Industry Group, Tex Biosciences
Drivers:  Switch toward renewable sources of energy lead to increasing consumption of bio ethanol
In search for sustainable and renewable alternative sources, a non-renewable source, such as fossil fuels, has increased during the last few decades. The Enzymatic hydrolysis in bio ethanol production presents a fundamental step. Bio ethanol is prepared from agricultural waste containing corn stalks, leaves, bagasse of sugarcane, sugar beet, sorghum stalks, wheat, barley, rye. Ethanol produced from biomass can be used as a substitute, extender, or octane booster as an alternative for traditional motor fuels, such as gasoline, diesel, and kerosene.

Challenges:  High costs of raw materials limiting the usage of enzymes
Enzymes are expensive to produce; the high cost of raw materials used in enzyme manufacturing, highly temperature-sensitive and can be denatured by even a small increase in temperature, toxic with a change in pH, as they are sensitive to external factors in the manufacturing process. In addition contamination of the enzyme with other chemical substances used in food & beverages can affect the chemical reaction, which would result in massive wastages. Therefore, these factors result in a rise in costs involved while considering enzymes as raw material, thereby creating a challenge for the market.



Opportunities: Demand for natural substitutes of synthetic chemicals
Problems related to synthetic chemicals can be sorted out by Enzymes; recognized as alternatives to traditional chemicals. Enzymes reduce water consumption and chemical waste and decrease by-product generation, posing negligible risks to humans and the ecosystem. Thus, the use of enzymes is considered cost-effective, safe, and environmentally friendly.
The plants and microorganisms derived enzyme carbohydrases, have no negative impact on the environment as they work under mild conditions, thus reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption. Carbohydrases are utilized in the textile, starch processing, and bioethanol production industries. To obtain high yields with cleaner products the leather industry has switched to proteases and trypsin over lime and sulfides. The bakery industry uses Amylase and protease to get maximum output. The nutritional value of food and feed products are enhanced by Enzymes.

Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Type:
Based on the type, Global Industrial Enzymes Market is segmented as; Amylases, Carbohydrases, Cellulases, Lipases, Other Carbohydrases, Other types, Polymerases & Nucleases, Proteases.

Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Source:
Based on the Source, Global Industrial Enzymes Market is segmented as; Animal, Microorganism, Plant.

Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Application:
Based on the Application , Global Industrial Enzymes Market is segmented as; Food & beverages ( Bakery & Confectionery products, Dairy products, Beverages, Sugar, Meat processing products, Nutraceutical, Other food & beverages), Detergents ( Laundry detergents, Automatic dishwashing detergents, Other detergents), Feed (Ruminant Feed, Swine Feed, Poultry Feed, Aqua Feed, Other Feed), Bio ethanol, Soil treatment, Paper & Pulp, Textiles & Leather, Wastewater treatment, Oil treatment, Other applications.
Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Formulation:
Based on the Formulation, Global Industrial Enzymes Market is segmented as; Dry, Liquid, Lyophilized.

Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Region:
The North American region is the largest market for industrial enzymes, The North American industrial enzymes market is because of their industrial applications, technological advancements have made enzymes available for a wide range of applications. 

1. Introduction

2. Research Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Overview
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Market Dynamics
4.2.1. Drivers
4.2.2. Restraints
4.2.3. Opportunities
4.2.4. Challenges
4.3. COVID-19 Impact on the Industrial Enzymes Market
4.4. Market Trends

5. Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Type, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
5.1. Amylases
5.2. Carbohydrases
5.3. Cellulases
5.4. Lipases
5.5. Other Carbohydrases
5.6. Other types
5.7. Polymerases & Nucleases
5.8. Proteases

6. Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Source, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
6.1. Animal
6.2. Microorganism
6.3. Plant

7. Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Application, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
7.1. Food & beverages
7.2. Bakery & Confectionery products
7.3. Dairy products
7.4. Beverages
7.5. Sugar
7.6. Meat processing products
7.7. Nutraceuticals
7.8. Other food & beverages
7.9. Detergents
7.9.1. Laundry detergents
7.9.2. Automatic dishwashing detergents
7.9.3. Other detergents
7.10. Feed
7.10.1. Ruminant Feed
7.10.2. Swine Feed
7.10.3. Poultry Feed
7.10.4. Aqua Feed
7.10.5. Other Feed
7.11. Bioethanol
7.12. Soil treatment
7.13. Paper & Pulp
7.14. Textiles & Leather
7.15. Wastewater treatment
7.16. Oil treatment
7.17. Other applications

8. Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Formulation, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
8.1. Dry
8.2. Liquid
8.3. Lyophilized

9. Global Industrial Enzymes Market, By Region, 2019-2030 (USD Million)
9.1. North America
9.2. Europe
9.3. Asia Pacific
9.4. South America
9.5. Rest of the World

10. Competitive Landscape
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Market Share Analysis, By Key Players 
10.3. Competitive Scenario 
10.3.1.1. Product Launches
10.3.1.2. Partnerships, Collaborations and Agreements
10.3.1.3. Acquisitions
10.3.1.4. Expansions
10.3.1.5. Other Developments

11. Company Profiles
11.1. ABF 
11.2. Advanced Enzyme Technologies 
11.3. Amano Enzyme Inc. 
11.4. Aumgene Biosciences 
11.5. BASF 
11.6. Biocatalysts 
11.7. CHR. Hansen 
11.8. Creative Enzymes 
11.9. Denykem 
11.10. DSM 
11.11. DuPont 
11.12. Enzymatic Deinking Technologies 
11.13. Enzyme Solutions 
11.14. Enzyme Supplies 
11.15. Kerry 
11.16. Megazyme 
11.17. Metagen 
11.18. Novozymes 
11.19. Sunson Industry Group 
11.20. Tex Biosciences 

12. Appendix

SPER Market Research’s methodology uses great emphasis on primary research to ensure that the market intelligence insights are up to date, reliable and accurate. Primary interviews are done with players involved in each phase of a supply chain to analyze the market forecasting. The secondary research method is used to help you fully understand how the future markets and the spending patterns look likes.

The report is based on in-depth qualitative and quantitative analysis of the Global Product Market. The quantitative analysis involves the application of various projection and sampling techniques. The qualitative analysis involves primary interviews, surveys, and vendor briefings.  The data gathered as a result of these processes are validated through experts opinion. Our research methodology entails an ideal mixture of primary and secondary initiatives.

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