Synthetic Rubber Market Technologies, Trends, Industry Growth, Segments, Landscape and Demand by Forecast to 2029
The synthetic rubber market size was pegged at USD 28.89 billion in 2021. The market is anticipated to rise from USD 29.86 billion in 2022 to USD 41.73 billion by 2029 at a 4.9% CAGR during the forecast period. Fortune Business Insights™ has elucidated these insights in its latest research report, titled, “Synthetic Rubber Market, 2022-2029.”
According to the study, artificial elastomer has gained an uptick following the need for high tensile strength, recyclability and resistance to abrasion and swelling. Growing investments in research & development activities and demand from construction, aerospace, and construction sectors will augur well for the business outlook. Industry players expect the ensuing period to provide promising growth opportunities with rising demand from the end-users.
The report offers a comprehensive perspective of the market size, share, volume, and revenue. It has also delved into SWOT analysis and Porters’ Five Force Analysis. The report has been prepared through qualitative and quantitative analysis to bolster the strategic approach. The primary interviews validate assumptions, findings and the prevailing business scenarios. The report also includes secondary resources, such as annual reports, press releases, white papers and journals.
Drivers and Restraints
Notable Trends from Automotive Sector to Propel Industry Outlook
The synthetic rubber market share will witness an upward trajectory on the back of surging demand for anti-slip properties across tire applications, including door & window profiles, flooring, O-rings & gaskets, hoses and belts. The automotive sector is likely to exhibit traction for synthetic rubber following the need for abrasion and temperature resistance. It is worth noting that artificial rubber has gained an uptick owing to its suitability for applications in environments exposed to high temperatures, greases, chemicals and oxidizing compounds.
However, potential health issues, including shortness of breath, asthma and stroke, could challenge industry players vying to boost their portfolios.
Key Industry Development
April 2020 - SIBUR’s Krasnoyarsk started its commercial manufacturing of synthetic nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR) latex with an annual capacity of 3.5 KT. The aim of the project is to develop a feedstock base for import substitution of diagnostic exam gloves through the localization of manufacturing in Russia. Hence, this development will help the company to set the stage for the development of the latex manufacturing industry.