Newsline-International | September 2015
Steady growth for organic dyes market
Global organic dyes market is expected to experience steady growth over the next seven years. Increase in demand for environment-friendly products is expected to be beneficial for the overall market growth. Rising environmental concerns and increasing demand for cleaner dyes are expected to further aid the global organic dyes market growth.
Major dyes include disperse dyes, direct dyes, reactive dyes, VAT dyes, sulfur dyes and acid dyes. These dyes are mostly used in applications such as construction, textiles, coatings, leather, paints, paper, printing inks, plastics and paper & specialty. Textile industry was the most dominant end-use industry in 2014. Rise in demand for the textile along with growing population is anticipated to have positive impact on the overall market development. Increase in demand for printing inks coupled with rise in infrastructure spending is also expected to benefit the market growth. Favorable government guidelines concerning use of environment friendly dyes are estimated to have a positive impact on the global market. Volatile raw material prices due to environmental constraints may emerge as a major hindrance to the overall market growth. R&D initiatives and technological innovations have led to reduction in overall prices. Technological developments such as introduction of new colours and printing new designs are expected to create ample opportunities for the industry participants to increase their market share and gain sustainability.
North America organic dyes market accounted for the maximum revenue share in 2014 owing to high demand from the paints & coatings and construction industry. Asia Pacific is expected to rapid growth and shift of manufacturing base from North America and Europe to numerous Asia Pacific countries. China has dominated the regional organic dyes market owing to increase in the small and medium scale industries.
The industry is moderately concentrated, although there are numerous small and medium scale business players in the market. Entry barriers are high for the new entrants. High initial investment cost and need for innovative technologies making the entry barriers strong.
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