Membrane Chemicals Market In-Depth Analysis, Growth Strategies and Comprehensive Forecast to 2021-2031 The membrane chemicals industry thrived on the growing demand from municipal, power, and food & beverages sectors in the past years, while the pandemic outbreak changed the scenario temporarily earlier in 2020. While decline in demand impacted the industry, recovery of food & beverages, chemicals, and other sectors has been key to excel for manufacturers and suppliers since the last quarter of 2020. The latest revised edition of the ‘membrane chemicals’ market study published by the Future Market Insights (FMI) thoroughly analyze the global industry potential and growth scope. The report also provides detailed insights of new trends and demand-supply patterns across 20+ countries with special emphasis on the leading regions such as North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific during the forecast period of 2021 to 2031. Key Takeaways from Market Study • The global membrane chemicals industry is forecast to grow at over 6% CAGR through 2031 • High requirement in wastewater treatment to fuel the sales of manufacturers • Requirement for scale inhibitors to gain traction • The United States remains the hotspot for industry players in North America • Germany to lead in Europe membrane chemicals industry • Asia Pacific to emerge fastest-growing industry for membrane chemicals • China, Japan, Canada, the United Kingdom, India, Italy, and a few other countries to maintain positive industry outlook “With the demand for scale inhibitors, dechlorinants, and biocides becoming prominent in filtering solids and other water impurities, industry players are subject to come across lucrative growth scope in the near future,” says an FMI analyst. How is the Demand from Municipality Sector Boosting the Sales of Membrane Chemical Suppliers? Various type of membrane chemicals such as coagulates, flocculants, PH adjusters, and scale inhibitors are extensively used in treating vast range of RO/UF/NF/MF membrane foulants and scalants. As a result, these are highly sought-after in municipality sector in order to provide with highly efficient water treatment solutions. According to the report published by the European Commission (EC), in the Europe municipality sector, most dominant segment is the service one, which represents 60% of all economic activity. As per the report, the main aim of the municipality during the period of 2014 to 2020 was related to integrated sustainable development, increasing the standard of living through utilization of own resources, along with closer cooperation with European Union (EU) institutes. While such initiatives helped in strengthening municipality sector, it also signifies arrival of new opportunities for membrane chemical manufactures around the globe. Who is Winning in this Space? The global membrane chemicals industry offers cut-throat competition to key players. In order to sustain their leading positions, key players are focusing on both quality and quantity of their products. For instance, • Veolia Water recently launched its Point-of-Use Water Systems, Point-of-Use Laboratory Water Systems, Point-of-Use Water Purification Systems, and others by incorporating various membrane chemicals in order to target diverse end-use industries • GE Water and Process Technologies launched its new ZeeWeed Hollow-Fiber Membranes, LEAP MBR, and others during the last 5 years More Valuable Insights In its latest report, FMI offers an unbiased analysis of the membrane chemicals market, providing historical data for the period of 2016-2020 and forecast statistics for the period of 2021-2031. In order to understand the global market potential, its growth, and scope, the market is segmented on the basis of product type (scale inhibitors, coagulants & flocculants, biocides, PH adjusters, dechlorinants, and other membrane chemicals), and end use sector (municipality, power, food and beverage, desalination, paper & pulp), across seven major regions of the world (North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia, Oceania, and MEA). Read more: