A new research report presents an overall analysis of India’s construction chemicals market. This report depicts every detail related to the market and the dynamics impacting revenue growth. The general observation of the market shows that India is progressing rapidly in every industry sector. With rapid advancements taking place in every sphere, an exponential growth is foreseen in India’s construction and construction chemicals market. This research report titled Construction Chemicals Market: India Industry Analysis 2012 – 2016 and Forecast 2017 – 2025’ reveals that the market is expected to reach a valuation of over US$ 2,600 Mn by the end of 2025, growing at a robust CAGR of 13.7% during the forecast period.

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Companies Targeting Admixtures and Plasticizers to Experience a Better and More Lucrative Future

The Indian construction chemicals market is believed to be dominated by the ‘four brothers’, i.e. BASF India Limited, SIKA India Private Ltd., Fosroc Chemicals India Pty. Ltd, and Pidilite Industries Limited, which together contribute around 30%-80% of the market revenue. Among these companies, Pidilite marked the highest revenue generation of around US$ 840 Mn in 2016. There are other companies too, which are expected to expand vigorously in India’s construction chemicals market, with concrete admixtures emerging as the most preferred product type.  The research report suggests that the companies capitalizing on concrete admixtures will have a positive growth trajectory as this particular product is expected to hold a market value of over US$ 1,200 Mn by the end of 2025. However, in terms of growth rate, water proofing chemicals leads the market and is expected to register a higher CAGR of 14.4% during the forecast period.

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Key Players Focusing on Expanding Their Manufacturing Capacity and Product Line Globally

In order to maintain their position in the Indian market, several companies are aiming at expanding their manufacturing capacity in different parts of India. This will also allow them capture a larger market share and enhance their brand identity. These companies were seen inaugurating their 3rd or 4th office in various parts of India during the past few years. Their expanded product line includes a wide range of products and solutions that facilitate the construction of buildings that are more durable and energy efficient and require less maintenance. This is also assisting market companies to meet the rising demand for construction chemicals and reinforce the supply chain in India.

Company Profiles 

  • BASF SE
  • SIKA AG
  • The Dow Chemical Company
  • RPM International Inc.
  • MAPEI
  • Akzo Nobel NV
  • Pidilite Industries Ltd.
  • Chembond Chemicals Ltd.
  • Flowcrete
  • Fosroc
  • MC-Bauchemie
  • CICO Technologies Limited
  • WRGrace & Co.-Conn.
  • Others.

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