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End-use markets drive growth in the pigments & dyes industry

Friday, 11 May 2012

New GIA study forecasts a robust demand in key markets of paints and coatings, plastics, paper and printing inks.

The research report "Pigments and Dyes: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a review of the pigments and dyes markets, current market trends, recent product introductions and industry activity, and profiles of market participants. Source: Petoo - Fotolia.com
The research report "Pigments and Dyes: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a review of t...

The market for pigments and dyes responds to the coloring needs of a wide range of end-use industries, ranging from paints and coatings to construction. With robust demand in key markets of paints and coatings, plastics, paper and printing inks, the pigments market is forecast to register steady growth in the coming years.

Asia-Pacific represents the largest and the fastest growing regional market for pigments and dyes worldwide, as stated by Global Industry Analysts’s (GIA) new market research report titled "Pigments and Dyes: A Global Strategic Business Report”

Segment-wise, Inorganic Pigments represents the largest segment in volume and value terms. Organic Pigments represents the fastest growing segment in volume terms. Given the ability to meet exact end-user needs, high performance pigments, such as quinacridones, represent a highly potential market. Specialty pigments also represent a promising market due to their eco-friendly characteristics, besides their high performance. Nevertheless, traditional and classical products would continue to occupy leading positions in the organic pigments market; and low priced products would gain in volume terms for applications, such as printing inks, which require lower colorant standards. Metallic pigments are expected to register a strong wave of growth owing to the rise in popularity of colored varieties.

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