Industrial Microbiology Market Size, Share, Opportunity Analysis, and Industry

Posted by Rajkumar on June 4th, 2019

Industrial Microbiology involves commercial use of micro-organisms in various industrial processes such as fermentation. Use of micro-organisms for production processes has been in use since 18th century and was facilitated by discovery of various microorganisms over the years. Depending on nature of process, the industrial microbiology has two aspects, namely production of microbial products through fermentation processes and use of microorganisms for services, such as pollution control, to curb the contamination, and waste treatment. Microbial products produced using microbiology include bread, beer, cheese, enzymes, energy sources, food ingredients, and pharmaceuticals. Pharmaceutical industries require sterile environments, especially, injectable manufacturing plants as injectable products interfere directly with the circulatory system, where microbiology plays an important role. Second aspect of the industrial microbiology is employed for pollution control and restricting and creating microbial free environment. Micro-organisms can degrade all natural and man-made products making it easy to create pollution and contamination free environment. Products manufactured using microbiology include food, beverages, food additives and supplements, antibiotics, microbial enzymes, industrial chemical, and fuels.

 

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Market Dynamics

Some of the lucrative areas for application of microbiology include bioremediation, bio-fuels production, genetic engineering, green chemistry, and metabolic engineering over the forecast period. Natural fuel consumption has increased exponentially over the past few years, owing to lifestyle changes, increased number of vehicles, and natural fuel resources, which are depleting at faster rates. Wherein bio-fuels can be a remedy. Genetically modified food products can also be an effective remedy against malnutrition in emerging economies such as Africa. Microorganisms are used in biotechnology field, especially in Recombinant DNA technology for various applications, such as crop agriculture, gene therapy, pharmaceutics, vaccine design and bioremediation, and further advancement in the respective areas is expected to boost the market growth over the forecast period. Global immunization coverage is expected to increase, owing to joint efforts by economies and the World Health Organization (WHO), such as Global Vaccine Action Plan, World Immunization Week, and creating a robust demand for advanced vaccines.

Key companies covered as a part of this study include Merck KGaA, bioMérieux SA, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Eppendorf AG, Bruker, Sartorius AG, QIAGEN, Becton Dickinson and Company, Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc., and Mettler-Toledo International Inc.

 

Detailed Segmentation:

  • Global Industrial Microbiology Market, By Product Type:

    • Equipments and Systems

    • Reaction Consumables

    • Laboratory Supplies

  • Global Industrial Microbiology Market, By End User:

    • Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry

    • Food and Beverages Industry

    • Cosmetic Industry

    • Agriculture and Environment

    • Others

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