Fatty Esters Market 2019 Global Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2025

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Fatty Esters Market to Gain Speedy Momentum in Coming Years

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Fatty acid esters (FAEs) is the combination of alcohol and fatty acid, where the alcohol component is glycerol. Monoglycerides, diglycerides, and triglycerides are the type of fatty acid esters that are produced. They can appear as colourless or brown. They possess a characteristic odour and are available in both liquid and solid state. Fatty esters have multiple applications. Hence, the global fatty esters market is expected to show an impressive growth in the coming years. The report on the worldwide fatty esters market discusses factors that are likely to sway the market. A high degree of accuracy maintained in every predictions and calculation mentioned in the report asserts a competitive edge.

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Thus, the report is likely to serve as an excellent reference for businessman to make proper decisions. Fatty esters are being used extensively in personal care products, cosmetics, paper, lubricants, and food products. The growing industrial applications of fatty ester due to its eco-friendly nature is likely to augment the market growth. Additionally, the growing preference of consumers towards natural and specialty esters in personal care items is likely to drive its market growth globally.

The major manufacturers covered in this report

Acidchem International Sdn Bhd, Sumitomo Chemical, ABITEC Corp., Archer Daniels Midland, Croda International, AkzoNobel, Faci Asia Pacific Pte, BASF SE, DuPont, Felda IFFCO, Gattefosse, Lonza, Sasol Limited, Stearinerie Dubois, Fine Organics, Stepan Company, PMC Biogenix Inc., Subhash Chemical Industries, UNDESA Group.


Fatty esters are also used the production of biodiesels. The prevalence of strong environmental protection norms and the rise in demand for biodiesels are causes that are anticipated to amplify the fatty ester market expansion. An increase in vegetable derived fatty esters owing to their biomass content is also likely to escalate the market growth. However, lack of product differentiation, existence of multiple vendors, and better bargaining power of end users are likely to cut-deep into the profit margin of the market.

Segmental Analysis

The global market of fatty esters by type, is segmented into medium chain triglycerides (MCT), glyceryl monostearate, isopropyl palmitate, polyol esters, sucrose esters, and glycol esters. The market by application, is segmented into personal care products and cosmetics, lubricants, surfactants, food, and others. The large-scale application of fatty esters is likely to push the global fatty esters market growth. Fatty esters have high surfactant property, hence is noted to be the main ingredient for detergents. The flourishing consumer goods industry, of which detergent is a prominent segment, is likely to favour the fatty ester market.

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Regional Outlook

The high sales of personal care products due to the growing awareness about personal hygiene can make the North America fatty ester market profit. Fatty ester being one of the crucial components of soaps and detergent is being actively used the hiked up production of personal care products. People in the United States are becoming more conscious about their aesthetic appeal. Hence the high sales of cosmetic products is observed owing to their personal grooming whet. The US fatty ester market is expected to generate high turnover for the North America market. Recent developments that are allowing technical recovery of shale gas is increasing the adoption of fatty esters in the oil & gas sector. Hence, the market in APAC is expected to witness a quick escalation in its growth.

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