The total Asia-Pacific (APAC) construction chemicals market was worth $ million in 2013 and it is expected to touch $ million by 2020.
The CAGR of this market is likely to be % in the forecast period mainly due to an increase in raw material prices. This increase is likely to continue throughout the forecast period.
The concrete admixture segment grew by around % in unit shipments over 2013 and will witness a CAGR of % to reach million litres by 2020. Polycarboxylate ether-based admixtures will grow much faster than their counterparts owing to their functionality.
The waterproofing segment, especially TPO, EPDM, and polyurethane/polyurea spray membranes, will be increasingly used for various commercial as well as infrastructural projects. This segment is expected to witness a % unit shipment CAGR to reach million square metres by 2020.
Cementitious and polymer-based grouts are the main growth areas in the repair and rehabilitation materials segment. This segment is expected to witness a revenue CAGR of%.
About this report
This research service identifies the major industry drivers, restraints, regional trends, and segment trends in the APAC construction chemicals market. The research covers 7 regions: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). The study provides an in-depth analysis of the chemicals and materials used in concrete admixtures, waterproofing, repair and rehabilitation, roofing, and adhesives and sealants. Competitive structure and dynamics have been provided at the segment level. Unit shipment, revenue forecasts, and pricing trends have been provided for each segment. The base year is 2013, and the forecast period ends in 2020.
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