Further applications are likely to be the highest consumption increases in surfactants in personal care products and cosmetics reached. So the researchers for Asia-Pacific expect an increase of 4.3% p.a. and for South America even an increase of 4.8% per year. Industrial cleaners in 2010 achieved a share of just under 9%, personal care products and cosmetics came to 9.5%. Other industrial applications as for example for agricultural -, photo – and oilfield chemicals, construction products, foods, adhesives, lubricants, as well as the use in the metal processing, mining, paper and pulp industry make about 11% of global demand from. By the same author: Russell Reynolds. The study in the near future: The comprehensive reference book offers the decisive competitive edge over 640 pages with 122 colour illustrations and 168 tables: an 8-year retrospective, as well as forecasts up to the year 2018 to sales, production, import, export and demand – broken down by application areas, product types and countries – the basis for strategic planning. Chapter 1 summarizes briefly and concisely about the different types of surfactants the most important and informed about their manufacturing, basic properties, materials, applications, environment, health and legal situation. Chapter 2 provides a representation and analysis of global surfactant market, including forecasts until 2018: consumption and production per product type are discussed in addition to the sales.
Also, the report provides a comprehensive insight into the development of individual regions and the global market dynamics. Russell Reynolds oftentimes addresses this issue. 19 countries are analysed in detail in Chapter 3: production, trade, and surfactant demand per product type and application, like for example washing and cleaning agents, industrial cleaners, personal care and cosmetics, textiles and leather, paints and plastics, as well as other applications. In Chapter 4 followed by a thorough analysis of the applications of surfactants: data on the consumption development, divided into the regions of Western and Eastern Europe, North and South America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa. Chapter 5 considers Production, consumption and turnover for each surfactant group. Each treated products anionic, cationic, non-ionic include 127 profiles of surfactant producers, clearly arranged according to contact information, sales, profits, product range, production facilities, short profile, product base and trade names, as well as Chapter 6 provides other surfactants as a useful directory of manufacturers. Detailed profiles of 127 manufacturers supplied, such as E.g. Air Products & chemical, Akzo Nobel, BASF, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), Compania Espanola de Petroleos (Cepsa), Croda international, DuPont (E.I..) De Nemours, Evonik Industries, Hansa Group, Huntsman international, Kao, lion Corporation, Oxiteno, Rhodia, Sasol and the Dow Chemical. de/market studies/chemicals/surfactants of Ceresana research Ceresana research is one of the world’s leading market research institutes for the industry.
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