Chloroprene Rubber Market 2019 – Global Analysis, Growth Opportunities, Demand, Sales Revenue, Future Trend, Share, Size and Regional Forecast to 2023

Global Chloroprene Rubber Market Research Report- by Grade (Linear, Cross-linked, Sulfur Modified, and Crystallizing Resistant), by End Use (Automobile, Construction, Furniture, Chemical Industries, Textiles, and Others) and Region- Forecast till 2023

Pune, India - August 23, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Chloroprene Rubber Market Overview:
Market research Future (MRFR) in their latest report on the global chloroprene rubber market claimed that the market would experience robust growth during the forecast period (2018-2023) and scale a significant valuation. Chloroprene rubber is the artificial counterpart of the natural rubber and synthetic styrene butadiene rubber (SBR). The component provides enhanced resistance to oils and solvents and works well against sunlight, aging, and oxidation. It is also resistant to heat, abrasion, and flame. MRFR, while studying the market extensively, made a significant effort in analyzing segments in detail and factors that can trigger future growth.

The chloroprene rubber market is witnessing significant traction from the rubber industry where its application as an adhesive modifier and in latex product manufacturing are quite extensive. In chemical plants, as a protective lining, chloroprene rubber provides assurance. Global industrialization is something that has also spurred the setup of new chemical plants. Hence, more demand for chloroprene rubber. The product garners a lot of accolades from the automotive sector, where the efforts of making the finished product lightweight get ample backing from the chloroprene rubber. Its ability to withstand weather hiked its intake in the marine.

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Chloroprene Rubber Market Key Players:
Some of the prominent players operating in the Global Chloroprene Rubber Market are;

• Chongqing Changshou Chemical Co., Ltd. (China)
• Denka Company Limited (Japan)
• The Dow Chemical Company (U.S.)
• Denka Company Limited (the Netherlands)
• MITSUI & CO., LTD. (Japan)
• Tosoh Corporation (Japan)
• Shanxi Synthetic Rubber Group Co.Ltd (China)
• SHOWA DENKO K.K. (Japan)
• The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (U.S.)
• Dunlop (U.S.)

Chloroprene Rubber Market Segmentation:
MRFR segments the global chloroprene rubber market by grade and application for a better understanding of the market.
Based on the grade, the chloroprene rubber market can be segmented into linear, cross-linked, sulfur modified, and crystallizing resistant.

Based on the end-use industry, the chloroprene rubber market can be segmented into the automobile, construction, furniture, chemical industries, textiles, and others. Automobile segment generates the maximum revenue, and it controls well over 30% of the entire market. The construction sector is also expected to fetch in substantial revenue. Infrastructure development triggered by population boom can be considered the chief reason behind it.

Chloroprene Rubber Market Regional Analysis:
MRFR segments the global chloroprene rubber market into five regions for a better analysis; Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, Latin America, North America, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA).

Presence of major automobile companies is bound to promote the growth of the European chloroprene rubber market. The market can register the fastest CAGR during the forecast period. Germany, France, Italy, and the U.K. are expected to be the major contributors. Rising per capita income and intention to innovate are going to set the market forward.

High consumption potential and increasing production capacities, along with rising economic growth rate can ensure strong growth for the North American market. The U.S. leads the regional market with Canada following the lead. The growth can also be attributed to increasing crude oil production. Latin America and the APAC chloroprene rubber market is predicted to grow at a moderate speed owing to the constructional activities taking place in these regions. In China, India, Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan, the increasing automotive sector is expected to spur the demand for chloroprene based automotive components.

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