Growing Population and Rapid Urbanization
Pakistan, once a water-surplus country, is now a water-deficit country. Water availability decreased from 1,299 m³ per capita in 1996-97 to 1,100 m³ per capita in 2006, and it is expected to be less than 700 m³ per capita by 2025. Pakistan owes its water deficiency to depleting ground and surface water resources, prevailing droughts, and the increase in consumption of fresh water from agriculture to more pressing domestic as well as industrial uses. Thus, making the availability of clean water more deficient. The rise in urbanization is expected to be steady, and reach 1.5 times the current population, in the next 10 years. This surge will act as a positive force to help propel the growth of the market in the region.
Electric Power Generation is the Leading End-user Industry
The power industry is one of the major consumers of water chemicals, due to the need for a large amount of water. Power industries often use seawater for cooling and are equipped with anti-corrosion heat exchange equipment. They predominantly recycle the water they use and return it to the source. In the case of water taken from dirty lakes, the returned water is cleaner than the intake water. In these industries, 99% of the water utilized is returned, and less than 1% of the water is wasted in evaporation. This market is expected to grow at a significant pace, due to the emergence of the manufacturing industry in the country, owing to cheaper labor and relaxed environmental norms.
Major Players: CWG Water Technology, Orient Energy Systems, RCB Chemicals and Services, R.O. Tack Water Technology, Ziko Chemicals Industries, and Wex Technologies, among others.
April 2017: The government of Pakistan announced the feasibility of setting up wastewater effluent treatment plants in Gwadar City, as a part of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.
January 2017: Industrialists of the economic hub in Pakistan called for setting up five combined effluent treatment plants, one each at the five industrial zones of Karachi – estimated to cost around PKR 13 billion, to be shared by the Sindh and federal governments, equally.
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1.1 Research Phases
1.2 Study Deliverables
1.3 Scope of the Report
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Insights
3.1 Industry Value-Chain Analysis
3.2 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
3.2.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
3.2.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
3.2.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.2.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services
3.2.5 Competitive Rivalry
3.3 PESTLE Analysis
4. Market Dynamics
4.1.1 Growing Population and Rapid Urbanization
4.1.2 Increasing Range of Applications in the End-user Segments
4.2.1 Lack of Technical Advancements for Enhanced Treatment
4.2.2 Alternatives in Water Treatment Technology
4.3.1 Advent of Bio-friendly Water Treatment Chemicals
4.3.2 Other Opportunities
5. Market Segmentation and Analysis (Market Size, Share, and Forecast)
5.1 By Product
5.1.3 Biocides and Disinfectant
5.1.4 Defoamers and Defoaming Agents
5.1.5 pH Adjusters
5.1.6 Odor Control Agents
5.2 By End-user Industry
5.2.1 Commercial & Institutional
5.2.2 Electric Power Generation
5.2.3 Oil & Gas
5.2.5 Mining & Mineral Processing
5.3 By Application
5.3.1 Boiler Water Treatment
5.3.2 Cooling Water Treatment
5.3.3 Municipal Water Treatment
6. Competitive Landscape
6.1 Mergers & Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Collaborations, and Agreements
6.2 Market Share Analysis**
6.3 Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
7. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials**, Products and Services, Recent Developments)
7.1 A&I Associates
7.2 Annex International (Pvt) Limited
7.3 Anyer Copolymers
7.4 Applied Aquaproducts Services (Pvt) Ltd
7.5 Aqviro Engineering Services
7.6 Arco Chemicals
7.7 Beta Chemicals
7.8 Bravo Chemicals
7.9 Buckman Laboratories International Inc.
7.10 Ecolab Inc. (Nalco)
7.11 Ensure Pure Water Technologies
7.12 Hydrotek Engg And Chemicals
7.13 Intersales Network (Pvt) Ltd
7.14 ICI Pakistan Limited
7.15 Maxon Chemical Products (Pvt) Ltd
7.16 Micro Filtration System
7.17 Miracle Laboratories
7.18 Orient Engineering Services
7.19 Prime Chemicals Corporation (Pvt) Ltd
7.20 Raaz Trade Services
7.21 Radiant Chemical (Pvt) Ltd
7.22 RCB Chemicals & Services
7.23 R.O. Track Water Technologies
7.24 SN Traders
7.25 Solarkaz International (Pvt) Ltd
7.26 Solenis International LP (Formerly Ashland Water Technologies)
7.27 Taco Int'l Pvt Ltd
7.28 Value Engineering
7.29 Water Tec Engineering
7.30 Ziko Chemicals Industries
*List not exhaustive
**Subject to Availability on Public Domain
- A&I Associates
- Annex International (Pvt) Limited
- Anyer Copolymers
- Applied Aquaproducts Services (Pvt) Ltd
- Aqviro Engineering Services
- Arco Chemicals
- Beta Chemicals
- Bravo Chemicals
- Buckman Laboratories International Inc.
- Ecolab Inc. (Nalco)
- Ensure Pure Water Technologies
- Hydrotek Engg And Chemicals
- ICI Pakistan Limited
- Intersales Network (Pvt) Ltd
- Maxon Chemical Products (Pvt) Ltd
- Micro Filtration System
- Miracle Laboratories
- Orient Engineering Services
- Prime Chemicals Corporation (Pvt) Ltd.
- R.O. Track Water Technologies
- Raaz Trade Services
- Radiant Chemical (Pvt) Ltd.
- RCB Chemicals & Services
- SN Traders
- Solarkaz International (Pvt) Ltd.
- Solenis International LP (Formerly Ashland Water Technologies)
- Taco Int'l Pvt Ltd
- Value Engineering
- Water Solution
- Water Tec Engineering
- Ziko Chemicals Industries