Growth Opportunities in Analytical Instrumentation Consumables
Consumables are accessories, reagents, and standards that day-to-day activities in a laboratory require. Labs purchase these items frequently as the products often finish or become worn out. The most commonly needed consumables are instrumentation columns, supplies, cartridges, resins, chemicals, reagents, bacteriological media, and cleaning detergents.
With the rising demand for measurement through analytical technologies, demand for consumables is increasing. Frost & Sullivan’s market analysis indicates a strong focus on sustainability in chosen materials, manufacturing processes, and instrument designs to reduce environmental impact. We also noted a robust demand for automation as laboratories expect instruments and consumables to operate constantly.
The market’s primary restraints are the intense competition that creates competitive pressure and the COVID-19 pandemic effects, such as inflation and a stagnant economy. However, we expect the impact of both restraints to ease during the forecast period (2022–2028).
The study period is 2018–2028, with 2021 as the base year. Other important information includes notable market players; growth drivers and restraints; and revenue forecast and analysis by region, product, and vertical. Frost & Sullivan provides insights into this rapidly changing and growing market to enable participants to capitalize on the opportunities available.
In this report, Frost & Sullivan covers the following regions:
NALA: North America (the United States and Canada) and Latin America (LATAM)
EIA: Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Scandinavia, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and the rest of Europe
Asia-Pacific (APAC): India, China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the rest of APAC
The rest of the world: The Middle East and Africa
The report segments the market by:
Consumables: Columns; supplies; reagents, standards, and others
Analysis methodology: Chromatography, spectroscopy, and others
End user: Pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and life sciences; chemical and petrochemical; food testing; oil and gas; government, academic, and university research; and other
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