Enzymes Market Research
Enzymes are biological catalysts; this means that they have the ability to speed up the chemical reactions in living organisms. All animals, green plants, fungi and bacteria produce enzymes, which are made of protein.
Research indicates that the global enzyme demand is expected to reach $7 billion in 2013, thus showing signs of recovery from a difficult 2009. Continued strong demand for specialty enzymes, as well as above average growth in the animal feed and ethanol production markets, are expected to drive advances. Reflecting the above-average growth in specialty enzymes, nucleases and polymerases, along with various other enzyme types, are expected to outpace the more industrially-concentrated lipases, carbohydrases and proteases. It is anticipated that the fastest growth will continue to come from the more rapidly developing economies of the Asia/Pacific and Africa/ Mideast regions, as well as Latin America and Eastern Europe.
Studies further indicate that through 2013, world enzyme demand will average annual gains of 6.3 percent per year, led by pharmaceutical and biocatalystenzymes, both of which will be less susceptible to the effects of lowered economic activity.
The Enzymes market research reports incorporate trend analysis, statistics, market size information, industry growth rates, as well as market share of competitors. The comprehensive research also goes on to examine details such as technology & systems and domestic & international markets.
The study is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the enzymes industry. It includes detailed data on market size and segmentation, comprehensive analysis of the key trends and competitive landscape, and profiles of the leading companies.