Global Bottled Water Testing Equipment Market to See Swift Growth, According to New Stratistics Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
29 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As of 2015, the world’s market for bottled water testing equipment was worth slightly over USD 5.2 billion. This mark has already been surpassed as this marketplace continues growing. In 2022, for instance, it is forecast to be approximately USD 8.2 billion.
Such swift growth will stem from a combination of factors igniting it: the rising consumption of bottled water across the globe, strict regulations pertinent to manufacturers of such water, the increasing demand for pure water, and more.
Yet there are some factors that restrain this market space, like high capital investments required for a setup, high costs of such equipment, etc.
The largest share of this marketplace belongs to the rapid technique. This segment is also forecast to enjoy the largest CAGR in offing.
When it comes to the market size, Europe and North America are predicted to lead the global race in the coming years.
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Lamotte Company and Accepta are among companies that dominate the global space.
New research report “Bottled Water Testing Equipment - Global Market Outlook (2016-2022)” drawn up by Stratistics MRC Pvt Ltd offers a very close look at the worldwide market for bottled water testing equipment. The study starts with a brief introduction to this rapidly growing marketplace.
It proceeds with insightful examination of its trends: the report not only throws light on drivers, restraints, threats and opportunities of the marketplace, but also concentrates on products, technologies and emerging markets.
The research study canvasses the marketplace on the basis of components, technologies, test types, and more. It looks at regional marketplace and focuses on leading countries. The research report delves deep into key developments globally and contains profiles on top companies. Future outlook can be found in this cutting-edge study, too.
More new reports by Stratistics are available at its page.