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Global reclaimed rubber market forecast at $6.32 billion by 2025  

Friday, April 28, 2017

London, England - The global reclaimed rubber market is forecast to reach $6.32 billion by 2025, according to Reportbuyer.com. Increasing natural rubber prices, growing environmental concerns on account of waste rubber disposal in rivers, and higher energy efficiency are other key factors driving reclaimed rubber demand across the globe. Burgeoning demand for whole tire reclaim (WTR) is anticipated to drive segment volume demand by 42 percent by 2025. Owing to its versatility, durability, reduced pollution and low processing costs, WTR is expected to witness growth over the forecast period. However, the emergence of innovative elastomer-based products has restricted the full growth potential of this segment. Further key findings from the report suggest: he global reclaim rubber market demand was over 2,900 kilo tons in 2015 and is expected to grow at an estimated CAGR of 10.3 percent from 2016 to 2025. Butyl reclaim occupied a significant portion of the market with over 19 percent of volume share in 2015. EPDM is anticipated to emerge as the fastest-growing product owing to technological advancements that have contributed largely to improved product properties and greater sustainability. Automotive and aircraft tires emerged as the leading and fastest-growing application with 11.1 percent CAGR. Expansion of the global footwear industry has also contributed to growth in the reclaim footwear market, with high consumption in heels, soles and inner linings. Asia Pacific dominated the global reclaim rubber industry owing to huge domestic market, availability of cheap and skilled workforce and rapid industrial development.


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