World Calcium Chloride Market to Witness Growth at 6.36% CAGR to 2025, Informs Inkwood Research in Its New Study Available at MarketPublishers.com
22 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The worldwide calcium chloride market is expected to witness a 6.36% CAGR through to 2025. The escalating demand for calcium chloride from the waste treatment sector and several agro-industries is considerably propelling the market growth. Meantime, strict regulations regarding the usage of calcium chloride and certain adverse effects on the environment could significantly hamper the market growth in the coming years.
The APAC calcium chloride market is anticipated to rise at a high rate during 2017-2025 owing to the entry of new companies. Meanwhile, the North American calcium chloride market is predicted to expand its share in the world’s market, this is attributed to increasing usage of calcium chloride in the food processing industry and also in de-icing applications.
New research study “GLOBAL CALCIUM CHLORIDE MARKET FORECAST 2017-2025” prepared by Inkwood Research gives access to an all-round analysis of the world’s calcium chloride market performance, discusses the prevailing trends, traces light on the market dynamics and the key growth engines and challenges. Besides, this research study includes reliable historical and present market data, describes the current market scenario (globally and across the key geographies), touches upon the historical development patterns as well as talks about the possible future growth prospects of the calcium chloride market through to 2025. Moreover, this report contains in-depth insights into the competitive landscape, offers vita data on the leading companies, points out the emerging growth challenges and opportunities, etc. Additionally, detailed future forecasts up till 2025 are at hand in this report.
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