Bromine Market 2019 Global Trends, Growth Opportunities, Demand, Features, Application, Key Players and Regional Forecast To 2023

Global Bromine Market Research Report: Derivatives (Organobromides, Clear Brine Fluid, Hydrogen Bromide), Application (Flame Retardants, Oil And Gas Drilling, Mercury Emission Control), End-Use (Automotive, Oil & Gas) – Forecast Till 2023

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Bromine Market Overview:
Governments across the globe are focusing on the fire safety in industrial environments. Such safety concerns are resulted into government regulations and guidelines for various end use industries. With the growth of such industries, which include automotive, construction, electrical & electronics, bromine demand in flame retardant application is growing at faster pace.
Increasing fire safety regulations in various industries is estimated to be the most prominent driving factor for the global bromine market. Large part of bromine that is produced annually is consumed for the flame-retardant application. In 2018, around 46% of the overall bromine produced was consumed for flame retardant application.

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Bromine Market Key Players:
Albemarle Corporation (U.S.), Chemtura Corporation (U.S.), Tosoh Corporation (Japan), Gulf Resources Inc. (China), Tata Chemicals Limited (India), Israel Chemicals Limited (Israel), Jordan Bromine Company Limited (Jordan), Tetra Technologies Inc. (U.S.), and Hindustan Salts Limited (India).

Bromine Market Regional Analysis:
Based on geography, global market is classified as North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. Among these regions, Asia Pacific is the largest producer aand consumer of bromine. This is attributed to the higher production and consumption bromine in China. China accounts more than 25% of the global bromine prodction. China also accounts for significant share in global bromine trade. It imports 25% of its bromine consumption. Countries namely, China, Israel, the United States, and japan cumulatively account for more than 95% of the global bromine production. Asia Pacific market is followed by North America, and Europe, respectively.

Bromine Market Segmental Analysis:
The global bromine market is segmented into derivatives, application, and end-user industry. On the basis of the derivatives, the market is segregated into organobromines, clear brine fluid, hydrogen bromides, others. The market by the application is further categorized into flame retardants, mercury emission control, oil and gas drilling, BHR flow batteries, water treatment, pesticides, and others. On the basis of the end use industry, the market is segregated into oil & gas, automotive, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, textiles, and others.

Industry/ Innovation/ Related News:
May 2015: Tosoh Corporation, Japan entered into a sales agreement with Chemtura to sale its polymer based brominated flame-retardant product in Japan. This news highlights the growing demand of flame retardant in matured markets. Although, brominated flame retardants are restricted in some of the markets, its demand is growing in major markets.

Jan 2017: Albemarle Corporation has announced the price hike by 5% for its bromine products. The company has raised the price in order to offset increased raw material price. This has underlined the manufacturers struggling to access consistent and low-price supply of raw materials

Bromine Market Table of Content:
1 Executive Summary
2 Scope of The Report
3 Market Research Methodology
4 Market Landscape
5 Industry Overview of Global Bromine Market

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