Top Emerging Trends Of Antimicrobial Additives Market Progress Forecast 2028
Posted by Mrudula Anil Karmarkar on March 10th, 2022
The global antimicrobial additives market size is expected to reach USD 4.7 billion by 2028, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 8.5% from 2021 to 2028. The demand is ascending at a prominent rate owing to increasing product consumption in medical devices & equipment and other end-use industries, such as packaging, food & beverage, healthcare, personal care, and electronic goods. They are majorly utilized to enhance the physical as well as chemical properties, increase shelf life & aesthetic value of materials, and minimize the risk of microbes, such as MRSA and legionella.
The product demand is expected to increase majorly in the healthcare and packaging application industries owing to the Covid-19 pandemic. The continuously rising demand for healthcare and packaging products due to increasing cases of Covid-19 will positively impact the market growth. Asia Pacific is expected to dominate the global market due to the presence of major healthcare product manufacturers in the region.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), each year about 1 in 25 patients is diagnosed with at least one health-related infection. Medical devices, such as urinary catheters, vascular access devices, or enteral feeding tubes, are particularly susceptible to the colonization of bacteria, which can enter the bloodstream. Thus, medical device manufacturing companies are focusing on using antimicrobial additives for blending with medical device polymers as these additives are highly successful in preventing bacterial colonization on the surface of device components.
On the basis of type, the global market is segmented into organic and inorganic. Inorganic was the prominent segment and accounted for 52.0% of the global revenue share in 2020. The inorganic type segment is expected to witness significant growth due to the high demand for silver-, copper-, and zinc-based additives. Silver-based products are used as antimicrobial agents owing to their properties, such as non-toxicity, continual performance for a long duration, eco-friendly nature, and providing protection against microbial growth.
Rising population and rapid urbanization in emerging economies of Asia Pacific are likely to boost the growth of the end-use industries, which, in turn, is expected to escalate the product demand over the forecast period. The product demand is expected to increase majorly in the healthcare and packaging application industries. Rising demand for healthcare and packaging products, due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases around the world, is projected to support the market growth. Asia Pacific is expected to dominate the global market on account of the strong presence of the major healthcare product manufacturers.
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After the pandemic, Japan, India, and Indonesia are expected to contribute to the growth of the construction sector in the Asia Pacific region owing to increasing consumer disposable income and rising government spending on large infrastructural projects. Ascending demand for commercial, residential, and institutional buildings in China, on account of a growing population, is in turn, contributing to the growth of the market.
The market in the U.S. is expected to witness moderate growth over the coming years. High demand for advanced healthcare services owing to the well-developed healthcare infrastructure and reimbursement coverage plans is anticipated to drive the growth of the medical devices industry in the country. Constantly growing target population and rise in the number of car accidents are projected to propel the demand for surgeries. This, in turn, will drive the product demand in the country in the years to come.
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