Global Chelants Market Performance Discussed & Forecast in TechSci Research Report Now Available at

27 Apr 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Aminopolycarboxylic acid holds the largest share of the global market for chelating agents (otherwise known as chelants) since they enjoy the largest demand. The global chelants has reached its maturity. Growth of demand for the products comes from growth in end-use industries, such as textile, pulp and paper, detergent industries, to name a few. Region-wise, APAC is the most prominent consumer of chelants.

Concerns associated with environmental as well as ecological effects of certain types of chelants are expected to lead to the growth of demand for biodegradable products (e.g. glucoheptonic acids) in the upcoming years. In the meantime, demand for organophosphonates is likely to grow at a lower rate in the future if compared to hydroxycarboxylic acid and aminopolycarboxylic acid.

The global market is forecast to be worth over USD 5.38 billion through 2020.

New market research report “Global Chelants Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020” prepared by TechSci Research draws up an insightful picture of the global market for chelating agents. The study provides a comprehensive overview of the market, including details on market sizing and share. It investigates performance of each market segment and explores regional markets. The report looks at market drivers and canvasses market challenges. The research study discusses the most recent trends and developments related to the marketplace, and also contains an in-depth discussion of the competitive landscape. It also profiles top companies and gives strategic recommendations. The report also forecasts the market development trends through 2020.

Report Details:

Global Chelants Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020
Published: April, 2015
Pages: 148
Price: US$ 3,500.00

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