The Global Bioplastics Market Outlook 2018-2028

  • ID: 4580726
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 100 Pages
  • Commodity Inside
1 of 5
Rising Environmental Concerns Due to Pollution Produced During the Manufacturing of Petroleum-Based Plastics, as Well as the Rising Plastic Waste Around the World

'The Global Bioplastics Market Outlook 2018-2028', provides the reader with a detailed analysis of the bioplastics industry, about bioplastics market size, regional analysis, types of biolplastics and key end users. It also provides insight on major trends and developments with impact assessment. It profiles key players with analysis of their strengths and strategies.

This research ascertains that packaging accounts for a major share in the bioplastics market. However, other sectors such as automotive, agriculture, textile and healthcare are also showing a substantial increase.

There is a huge potential for growth in bioplastics demand on the back of rising environmental concerns due to pollution produced during the manufacturing of petroleum-based plastics, as well as the rising plastic waste around the world. Bioplastics have not just been assisting in the environmental pollution problems but also lowering dependence on the oil and helping agriculture sector.

One of the key restraints in the market is the price premium over the petrol-based plastics. We assess that bioplastics prices will slightly edge down due to the economies of scale and technological developments going forward. Having said that, prices can also be driven upwards on the back of rising feedstock prices. Research and development investments would also play a key role in determining the direction of the market as it allows the new applications to adopt bioplastics. On the supply side, DUPONT and ADM have recently opened the world’s first bio-based furan dicarboxylic methyl ester (FDME) plant with 60 tonnes annually.

The report covers the following:

  • Analysis of Bioplastics by product type
  • Critical analysis of major market trends and developments in the next ten years
  • Threats and growth opportunities the market will present
  • Market assessment and ten years projections for Bioplastics in revenue and volumes terms
  • Market assessment and projection by Bioplastics types
  • Market size and forecasts key end-use sectors
  • Market structure and profiles of major players in the industry
  • Market analysis by regions and countries

Forecast Segmentation

Products

Bio-based Products

  • PET
  • PA
  • PE
  • PEF
  • PP
  • Others

Biodegradable Products

  • Starch Blends
  • PLA
  • PBAT
  • PBS
  • PHA
  • Others

End-Users

Agriculture and Horticulture

  • Automotive
  • Consumer electronics
  • Kitchenwares
  • Packaging
  • Textile
  • Others

Why this analysis is robust and authoritative?

  • Key stakeholders in the industry are constantly consulted and their views are incorporated in the analysis
  • Quantitative and qualitative methods are employed to derive robust analysis
  • All forecast data is also supported by proprietary quantitative forecast models
READ MORE
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
2 of 5

Chapter 1: Executive Summary
Chapter 2: Introduction and Methodology
Chapter 3: Market Analysis of Bioplastics by Region
Chapter 4: Competitive Landscape of the Bioplastics Industry
Chapter 5: Growth Assessment Drivers and Restraints
Chapter 6: End-Users of Bioplastics
Chapter 7: Conclusions and Recommendations

Appendices
Statistical Appendix A: Global Bioplastics Consumption and Revenue by Product Type
Statistical Appendix B: Macroeconomic Forecasts in Selected Countries

List of Tables
Table 1.1: Market assessment and forecasts of bioplastics consumption by major markets 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 1.2: Market assessment and forecasts of bioplastics revenue by by major markets 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 1.3: Market assessment and forecasts of bioplastics consumption by product 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 1.4: Market assessment and forecasts of bioplastics revenue by product 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 1.5: Market assessment and forecasts of bioplastics consumption by end-use sectors 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 1.6: Market assessment and forecasts of bioplastics revenue by end-use sectors 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 3.1: Asian bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 3.2: Asian bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Table 3.3: European bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 3.4: European bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Table 3.5: Americas bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 ‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 3.6: Americas bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Table 3.7: The Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 3.8: The Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Table 4.1: SWOT analysis framework of key bioplastics players
Table 6.1: Global bioplastics consumption in the agriculture and horticulture sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.2: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the agriculture and horticulture sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 6.3: Global bioplastics consumption in the automotive sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.4: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the automotive sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 6.5: Global bioplastics consumption in the consumer electronics sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.6: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the consumer electronics sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 6.7: Global bioplastics consumption in the kitchenwares sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.8: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the kitchenwares sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 6.9: Global bioplastics consumption in the packaging sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.10: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the packaging sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 6.11: Global bioplastics consumption in the textile sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.12: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the textile sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table 6.13: Global bioplastics consumption in the others sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.14: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the others sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Table A.1: Bio-based PET consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.2: Bio-based PET market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.3: Bio-based PA consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.4: Bio-based PA market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.5: Bio-based PE consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.6: Bio-based PE market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.7: Bio-based PEF consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.8: Bio-based PEF market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.9: Bio-based PP consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.10: Bio-based PP market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.11: Others bio-based plastics consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.12: Others bio-based plastics market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.13: Bio-degradable starch blends consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.14: Bio-degradable starch blends market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.15: Bio-degradable PLA consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.16: Bio-degradable PLA market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.17: Bio-degradable PBAT consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.18: Bio-degradable PBAT market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.19: Bio-degradable PBS consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.20: Bio-degradable PBS market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.21: Bio-degradable PHA consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.22: Bio-degradable PHA market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table A.23: Other bio-degradable plastic consumption: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % market share, % growth)
Table A.24: Other bio-degradable plastic market revenue: historical and forecasts-2014-2028 ($ millions, % market share, % growth)
Table B.1: Real GDP growth in selected countries 2014-2028 (% growth)
Table B.2: Real per capita GDP growth in selected countries 2014-2028 (% growth)
Table B.3: Population growth in selected countries 2014-2028 (% growth)

List of Figures
Figure 1.1: Global bioplastics consumption by region 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 1.2: Global bioplastics revenue by region 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 1.3: Average price forecasts of bioplastics 2014-2028 ($/t)
Figure 1.4: Market snapshot of the bioplastics industry
Figure 1.5: Drivers and restraints implications matrix
Figure 1.6: Competitive landscape structure
Figure 1.7: Market responsiveness matrix
Figure 2.1: Market assessment and forecasts methodology
Figure 3.1: Asian bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 3.2: Asian bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Figure 3.3: European bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 3.4: European bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Figure 3.5: Americas bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 3.6: Americas bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Figure 3.7: The Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian bioplastics consumption 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 3.8: The Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian bioplastics revenue 2014-2028 ($ millions, % change)
Figure 6.1: Global bioplastics consumption in the agriculture and horticulture sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.2: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the agriculture and horticulture sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 6.3: Global bioplastics consumption in the automotive sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.4: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the automotive sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 6.5: Global bioplastics consumption in the consumer electronics sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.6: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the consumer electronics sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 6.7: Global bioplastics consumption in the kitchenwares sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.8: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the kitchenwares sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 6.9: Global bioplastics consumption in the packaging sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.10: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the packaging sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 6.11: Global bioplastics consumption in the textile sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.12: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the textile sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)
Figure 6.13: Global bioplastics consumption in the others sector 2014-2028 (‘000 tonnes)
Figure 6.14: Global bioplastics revenue stream in the others sector 2014-2028 ($ millions)

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
3 of 5

Loading
LOADING...

4 of 5

Plastic has become an indispensable part of our daily lives. We are using plastics made products on a daily basis. However, plastic waste is emerging a major threat for the environment, where the risk to the ocean life has been in the rise.

We have seen some approaches to restrain plastics usage by applying charges on its use, bans on plastic bags, weight reduction strategies, and even penalties. Indeed, these anti-plastic efforts helped to restrain plastic demand marginally in some applications, whilst benefited alternative materials.

Bioplastic is one of the growing products within the plastic industry which is trying to defend its family stronghold. Although its penetration is slow and faces numerous issues, still it is getting widely accepted. One of the key positive attributes of bio-plastic is that it is made from natural organic sources and can be relatively quickly degradable after the use. It also leaves less impact on the environment in term of carbon footprint generated during the production stage, and to some extent after the post usage due to its compostability.

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
5 of 5
  • DuPont
  • ADM
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
6 of 5
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
Adroll
adroll