The report develops forecasts for biocides from 2017 through 2022. It discusses the efforts of biocide manufacturers and formulators in launching new biocide formulations to meet changing market requirements, for example formulations against the flu pandemic, build up of resistance, lower costs, regulations.
The scope of the study is worldwide. The overview section provides extended definitions of the biocides to provide the reader with a clear understanding of the technology involved. In addition, this section provides an analysis of biocide consumption by application and region. There is a profile of an ideal biocide as outlined by end users.
The report also provides an overview for biocides for each of the major geographical regions. It provides value and volume data for different biocides. In addition, the report provides a summary of each of the biocides that are being used to control microbes within household products. Industry influences on the biocides market are also discussed.
The company profiles section includes a detailed discussion of the companies that have pioneered biocide development and examines how their available products and services are setting the standards for preservation.
In this report, more than 30 companies are discussed, and 10 of the most important companies are examined in depth. Figures are based on revenue figures at the manufacturers' level and also at the formulated products level and are projected at 2015-U.S. dollar value.
This report answers these sector questions:
- What are the future directions of the biocide industry?
- What are the most important biocides being used in enduser applications today?
- What are the most promising biocides?
- What impact will regulations have on biocides consumption?
This report includes application sector strategic analysis including:
- Industry Overview
- Biocide comparison and market shares
- Evolution and adoption of trends
- Leading suppliers and distribution channels
- Increased Regulatory Impact on Business and Technology
- End-user analysis and what biocides they are using
- Licensing Deals
- Mergers and Acquisitions
1.1 Market Dimensions by Application
1.2 Market Dimensions by Region
1.3 Requirements of a Biocide
1.4 End-User Analysis (Biocide Customers)
1.5 Biocide Comparison
1.6 Biocide Consumption
1.7 Natural Biocides
1.8 Commodity Biocides
1.9 Distribution Channels
1.10 Biocide Manufacturers
1.11 Value Added Analysis
1.12 Regulatory Analysis
1.13 Trends within Biocides
1.14 Future Growth for Biocides
1.15 Individual Biocide Growth
2. INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY OF BIOCIDES IN HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS
2.3 Accuracy of the information
3. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS FOR BIOCIDES IN HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS
3.1 Biocides in Household Products – America
3.1.1 Executive Summary
3.1.2 Target Market
3.1.3 Biocide Comparison (Application Rate, Price)
3.1.4 Biocide Consumption at Active Manufacture and Formulated Level
3.1.5 Value Added Analysis for Biocides along the Supply Chain
3.1.6 Biocide Suppliers in $ Million
3.1.7 End-user Analysis
3.1.8 Leading End-users and Biocides used
3.2 Biocides in Household Products – Asia
3.2.1 Executive Summary
3.2.2 Target Market
3.2.3 Biocide Comparison (Application Rate, Price)
3.2.4 Biocide Consumption at Active Manufacture and Formulated Level
3.2.5 Value Added Analysis for Biocides along the Supply Chain
3.2.6 Biocide Suppliers in $ Million
3.2.7 End-user Analysis
3.2.8 Leading End-users and Biocides used
3.3 Biocides in Household Products – Europe
3.3.1 Executive Summary
3.3.2 Target Market
3.3.3 Biocide Comparison (Application Rate, Price)
3.3.4 Biocide Consumption at Active Manufacture and Formulated Level
3.3.5 Value Analysis for Biocides along the Supply Chain
3.3.6 Biocide Suppliers in $ Million
3.3.7 End-user Analysis
3.3.8 Leading End-users and Biocides used
4. PROFILE OF SUPPLIERS FOR BIOCIDES IN HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS
List of Tables in the Report
Table 1: Global Biocide Consumption by Application
Table 2: Global Biocide Consumption by Region
Table 3: Global Biocide Distribution by Channel
Table 4: Number of Interviews completed per Application
Table 5: Biocide Sales by Region for Household Products
Table 6: Biocide Sales by Type
Table 7: Projected Sales of Biocides in Global Household Products
Table 8: Comparison of major Biocides used in Household Products
Table 9: Biocide sales by Type within Household Products for America
Table 10: Biocide sales by Supplier within Household Products for America
Table 11: Consumption of Biocides by Type in Household Products for America
Table 12: Consumption of Biocides within Household Products at Manufacture and end user level for America
Table 13: America Biocide Supplier Sales in $ Million
Table 14: Distribution Channel for Biocides in America
Table 15: Consumption of Household Products in America by %
Table 16: Leading suppliers of Household Products in America
Table 17: Biocide Sales by Type for Household Products in Asia Pacific
Table 18: Biocide Sales by Supplier in Asia Pacific
Table 19: Consumption of Biocides by Type in Household Products for Asia Pacific
Table 20: Consumption of Biocides within Household Products at Manufacture and end user level for Asia Pacific
Table 21: Asia Pacific Biocide Supplier Sales in $ Million
Table 22: Distribution Channel for Biocides in Asia Pacific
Table 23: Consumption of Household Products in Asia Pacific in % by Geographical region
Table 24: Global Volume Consumption by end use in % in Asia Pacific
Table 25: Biocide Sales by Type for Household Products in Europe
Table 26: Biocide Sales by Supplier in Europe
Table 27: Consumption of Biocides by Type in Household Products for Europe
Table 28: Consumption of Biocides within Household Products at Manufacture and end user level for Europe
Table 29: Biocide sales by Supplier within Household Products for Europe
Table 30: Distribution Channel for Biocides in Europe
Table 31: Consumption of Household Products in Europe by %
Table 32: Leading suppliers of Household Products in Europe
Most biocide active ingredient manufacturers are "positive" on this market due to favourable trends such as growing population and GDP growth, an increase in importance of hygiene, legislative / regulatory pressures on environmental and health issues (VOC, REACH) driving innovation, and while it may be difficult to develop new active ingredients, there is a lot of development work going on to find “environmentally friendly” biocides and the right combination of actives and formulations to adapt to end-user demands.
Specialty biocides include incan bactericides and disinfecting agents. The U.S. is the single largest market for Biocides. However, several factors are combining to bring the total market value up and the U.S. percentage down, according to Biocide Information.
"Competition for market share among the leaders has accelerated with the acquisition of Ciba by BASF and Rohm & Haas by Dow. Consolidation in the industry will continue and has raised the stakes for companies like Akzo Nobel, Arch, Clariant, Evonik, ISP, Lanxess, Lonza, Schulke & Mayr, Stepan and Thor and they're looking to Countries in developing regions."
Countries such as China, Eastern Europe, India and South America continue to offer growth opportunities as per capita income rises and human health issues are accorded more importance.
With increased attention to specialty market sectors and growing regional markets, Biocide companies are expected to introduce new formulations to address shifts in demand. In addition, these companies must also examine the specific needs of each regional market to adjust their strategies for growth accordingly. The development of antimicrobial brands will continue to grow within Household products as they improve the quality of the Host product and create a point of differentiation while allowing the Biocide supplier to reduce regulatory costs.