The Asia-Pacific polyurethane injections market is expected to witness a CAGR of more than 6.4%, during the forecast period, 2018 - 2023. Australia and New Zealand dominated the Asia-Pacific polyurethane injections market in 2017.
The subdued economic forecasts in many countries make it imperative to use cost efficient materials in both the commercial and civil construction sectors. Repair systems have been proven a much cost-effective method for repair, restore, and rehabilitate concrete structures when compared to traditional practices with mechanical or cementitious materials. Besides the economic value, this system also contributes to a building’s sustainability rating. Polymeric repair systems reduce the amount of new concrete needed through repair and facilitating restoration versus rebuild, and replacing traditionally used cementitious materials in construction. Growing environmental consciousness and the encouragement provided by the governments of various states for sustainable construction, is making people to look towards sustainable ways of construction. This is driving the polyurethane injections market.
By end-user, infrastructure repair dominated the Asia-Pacific polyurethane injections market in 2017.
Polyurethane Injections are mainly used to fill crack and joints for preventing water infiltration. These injections are also used to strengthen foundation, to raise, re-level, and re-support residential, commercial, and industrial buildings: houses, home units, factories, and warehouses. These are applied in bridges to increase the bearing capacity of the ground to stabilize them. Buildings are the largest segment in the infrastructure sector and are expected to dominate the market for next five years. The growing demand for repair construction works is expected to drive this market.
The Australian and New Zealand polyurethane injections market accounts for the highest share in the Asia-Pacific region. It is due to availability of skilled labor and the predominant repair construction sector in the region. Furthermore, with the growing urbanization in the region, government’s spending on infrastructure is expected to increase. This is thus, expected to drive the polyurethane injections market in the country.
Major Players: Sika AG, BASF SE, Huntsman Corporation, and Lafarge SA, among others.
1.1 Research Phases
1.2 Study Deliverables
1.3 Scope of the Report
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Insights
3.1 Construction Industry Trend
3.2 Polyurethane Industry Trend
3.3 Industry Value Chain Analysis
3.4 Industry Attractiveness- Porters Five Forces Analysis
3.4.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
3.4.2 Bargaining Power of Consumers
3.4.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.4.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services
3.4.5 Degree of Competition
3.5 Technological Snapshot - Construction Repair Chemicals
4. Market Dynamics
4.1.1 Better Performance Characteristics and Sustainability
4.1.2 Growth in Revitalization of Public Infrastructure Projects
4.2.1 Low Awareness in Indian Constrion Industry
4.3.1 Replacement of Mudjacking by PU Injection
4.3.2 Replacement of Epoxy Crack Injection by PU Crack Injection
5. Market Segmentation and Analysis (Market Size, Growth, and Forecast)
5.1 By End-use
5.1.1 Infrastructure Repair
184.108.40.206 Roads, Pavements, and Tunnels
220.127.116.11 Dams and Others
5.1.2 Water Sealants
6. Asia-Pacific Market Analysis (Market Size, Growth, and Forecast)
6.4 South Korea
6.5 Australia and New Zealand
6.6 Rest of Asia-Pacific
7. Competitive Landscape
7.1 Mergers & Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Collaborations and Agreements
7.2 Market Share Analysis**
7.3 Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
8. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials**, Products & Services, and Recent Developments)
8.1 Companies Manufacturing Polyurethane Injections
8.1.1 Lafarge SA
8.1.2 Schomburg GmbH
8.1.3 BASF SE
8.1.4 The Euclid Chemical Company (RPM)
8.1.5 Sika AG
8.1.6 Huntsman Corporation
8.2 Companies Using Polyurethane Injections (End-Users)
8.2.1 Uretek Worldwide
8.2.2 AGS Argiles & Minéraux / Imerys Group
8.2.3 Polycell SDN. BHD.
8.2.4 Comtech Injection Technology
*List Not Exhaustive
**Subject to Availability on Public Domain