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If there is any industry that has been heavily influenced by the growing trend of sustainability and going green, it is the chemicals sector. The shifting consumer preference for greener and smarter products has driven chemicals companies to not just address but even predict the demand for new solutions, materials, and applications. Consumer-driven sustainability stems from the fact that not just developed but even developing economies have been working toward curbing waste and pollution. Also driving the chemicals industry is the explosion of technologies such as collaborative robots, 3D printing, and micro manufacturing or nanomaterials. Perhaps the biggest challenge the chemicals industry faces is regulatory compliance. Strict norms related to the use, handling, and transportation of chemicals govern the way companies within the industry function and thrive.

It has become imperative for companies within the chemicals sector to anticipate similar technological and societal changes and to plan a future that is centered on being unconventional and innovative. Persistence Market Research’s insight into what propels the chemicals industry helps clients monetize the ongoing micro and macro trends. 

Organic Chemicals

Organic Chemicals


The organic chemicals sector is one of the most rapidly expanding segments of the overall chemical industry and provides raw material to multiple end-use industries such as electronics, agriculture, automotive, fast-moving consumer...

Green Chemicals


Green chemistry has evolved in response to a wide range of challenges, including increased dependence on expensive petroleum, wasteful and hazardous production processes, and growing presence of toxic substances in the environment...

Bio-based Chemicals

Bio-based Chemicals


Bio-based chemicals refer to the convergence of industrial biotechnology and green chemistry. These chemicals are produced using raw materials such as animal fats, vegetable oils, bio-ethanol, and sugar and starch and as a result...

Composites


The composites industry has witnessed stable growth for a few decades now, owing to the recent economic development in several regions and the rising penetration of composites in major markets such as wind energy, construction,...

Nanomaterials

Nanomaterials


Despite the concerns expressed by critics regarding the potential impact of nanotechnology on the economy and the environment, nanotechnology has revolutionized almost every sector today. Funded research activities on the...

Lightweight Materials


The significance of lightweight materials has grown increasingly in the energy, defense, and transportation sectors given their key role in contributing to fuel savings and achieving higher energy efficiency. The cross-cutting...

Biodegradable Materials

Biodegradable Materials


Biodegradable materials have gained prominence of late owing to their characteristic property of easy degradability in carbon dioxide and water. Although they are far from entirely replacing conventional non-biodegradable materials...

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