Sales Revenue of Oxygen Scavengers Market To Soar In Near Future Owing To Growing Consumer Adoption : Fact.MR

The industry that creates and sells goods that eliminate or lower Oxygen Scavengers Market levels in packing, storage, and transportation applications is known as the “oxygen scavengers market.” By preventing the development of germs that depend on oxygen to exist, these items are used to prolong the shelf life of foods, drinks, medicines, and other perishable commodities. The market is expanding as a result of rising consumer demand for packaged and convenient meals as well as the requirement to maintain the quality and security of these goods. Sigma-Aldrich, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical, and Arkema are important market participants.

Sales of oxygen scavengers are now valued at US$ 2.2 billion globally, with US$ 3.6 billion in revenue anticipated by the end of 2032. Over the next 10 years, the market for oxygen scavengers is anticipated to expand at a 5% CAGR.

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Key Segments of Oxygen Scavengers Industry Research

  • By Type:
    • Organic
    • Inorganic
  • By Material:
    • Metallic
    • Non-metallic
  • By End-use Industry:
    • Food & Beverages
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Power
    • Oil & Gas
    • Chemicals
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Other Industries
  • By Region:
    • North America
    • Latin America
    • Europe
    • APAC
    • MEA

Key Companies Profiled

  • Baker Hughes
  • Innospec Inc.
  • Arkema Group
  • Clariant
  • Solvay America Inc.
  • Kemira
  • Coventya
  • Lubchem
  • Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company Inc.
  • Solenis
  • SUEZ
  • Accepta Ltd.
  • Sealed Air Corporation
  • Ricmar Industries

Competitive Landscape

  • Avient, a leading specialist polymer and materials maker, announced the release of a novel non-nylon-based, low-haze oxygen scavenger for PET rigid packaging in April 2020. ColorMatrix Amosorb 4020G lowers yellowing in recovered PET by 50% during the mechanical recycling process.
  • Solenis, a speciality chemicals company, said in August 2022 that it has agreed to buy Clearon, a manufacturer of sanitizers and disinfectants. Solenis has improved its position in the water treatment business as a result of this purchase.

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