Agrochemical market across the globe is experiencing rather a stagnant growth till 2020, at CAGR 5%. Growing population, increasing nitrogen fertilizer production, raising concerns for bees, adoption of information technology and new diversified investors in agriculture are the major factors shaping up agrochemical market in the long term. The leading investments in the industry are in the areas of food safety, food substitute, and precision agriculture. Our agrochemical subdomain offers business research
reports on niche titles within the agrochemical sector. The market scenario is drawn by our analysts via rigorous primary & secondary research. In the coming five years internal restricting industry expansion and adoption of information technology are expected to impact the industry positively. In our reports we provide process flow within the industry with the significance of each segment for at every stage, adding value to the final product.
Our reports provide both regional and global market scenarios. We also offer custom reports in a specific region. One of our latest custom reports is South Africa Inulin Market. Our reports are based on an extensive primary study among the key industry players. Some of our upcoming reports include global phenoxy herbicides market, global crop protection chemicals market, global agriculture inoculant market, global biochar market, global agriculture micronutrient market and global nematicide market within agrochemical market.
Since 2014, merger & acquisition, and consolidation has intensified within the agrochemical sector. In 2015, global merger and acquisition deal rose to over $5 trillion for the agriculture sector as compared to $4.6 trillion in 2007. One of the key highlights was a merger of giants DuPont and Dow Chemicals. Merger & acquisition will continue with large business groups, as companies seek better technology and resources. In 2015 more than 125 partnership programs were signed between companies for pesticide research and development. Collaboration with universities and research institutes for research has gained priority in the last five years. However, merger & acquisition will still be primary strategies for acquiring market share. Our reports for agrochemical market provide strategic analysis via investment versus adoption model, 360 analysis, see-saw analysis, patent analysis, pricing analysis, and ROI analysis.
Agrochemical sector is majorly driven by China, India, France, Germany and the U.S.A. Since the beginning of 2013, the agrochemical market has shifted its focus onto the Asia Pacific. China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Australia are amongst the leading agrochemical markets in the Asia Pacific. Other factors such as growing demand for agrochemicals in emerging economies like China and India, prohibition of GM crops in EU, slowing agrochemical market in Latin America, will impact overall agrochemical industry in coming years. Our reports provide in-depth application analysis of markets at the regional level, covering the updated government regulations and policies in various countries. For each report, we also provide top products and companies within the given region.
Our reports provide detailed factor analysis covering the key factors driving the market, Key challenges and restraints, and key opportunities. This factor analysis provides the clear idea of the base for market estimations and forecast, thus giving an understanding of the market estimation analysis in the agrochemicals industry. Our report covers major market challenges Slowing agrochemical markets in Latin American counties such as Argentina, Brazil, and Chile, availability of alternatives like organic pesticides, bio-farming and health & environmental concerns from end users.
Each of our agrochemical market reports is a result of extensive secondary and primary research. The major secondary sources referred for historic year database includes, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry(IUPAC), Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council(CIPAC), Journal of Natural Products, International Society for Agrochemical Adjuvants(ISAA) and so on. Moreover, primary research among top companies such as Syngenta, Bayer, Dow Chemicals, DuPont, BASF, and so on. The agrochemical industry is witnessing a major transition towards bio-based chemicals. Our reports provide real-time insight from these companies and their perspective towards this industry shift.