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A new forecast from Frost & Sullivan presents the key perspectives on growth in the Chemicals, Materials and Food Industry in 2012 and shows where the next growth opportunities are in many......

A new forecast from Frost & Sullivan presents the key perspectives on growth in the Chemicals, Materials and Food Industry in 2012 and shows where the next growth opportunities are in many different sectors and in new geographies.
Green products like bioplastics, high demand for innovative chemicals and materials, and industry consolidation will dominate the chemicals and materials industry across Europe, while weight management, heart and digestive health will be the high growth sectors in food and beverages markets.

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  • 1. What’s Hot in the Chemicals, Materials & Food Industry Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges through the Eyes of Key Players in the SectorMay 2012
  • 2. Disclaimer• Frost & Sullivan takes no responsibility for any incorrect information supplied to us by manufacturers or users.• Quantitative market information is based primarily on interviews and, therefore, is subject to fluctuation.• Frost & Sullivan research services are limited publications containing valuable market information provided to a select group of customers in response to orders.• Our customers acknowledge, when ordering, that Frost & Sullivan research services are for their internal use and not for general publication or disclosure to third parties.• No part of this research service may be given, lent, resold or disclosed to non-customers without written permission.• Furthermore, no part may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the permission of the publisher.• For information regarding permission, write to: Frost & Sullivan 4 Grosvenor Gardens, London SW1W 0DH The United Kingdom © 2012 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan. 2
  • 3. Certification• We hereby certify that the views expressed in this research service accurately reflect our views based on primary and secondary research with industry participants, industry experts, end users, regulatory organisations, financial and investment community and other related sources.• In addition to the above, our robust in-house forecast and benchmarking models, along with the Frost & Sullivan decision support databases, have been instrumental in the completion and publishing of this research service.• We also certify that no part of our analyst compensation was, is or will be, directly or indirectly, related to the specific recommendations or views expressed in this service. 3
  • 4. Table of Contents Introduction 5-7 Ø About this Market Insight 6 Ø Hot Topic Thought Leader 7 What’s Hot in 2012 8-16 Ø Key Perspectives on Growth in the Chemicals, Materials & Food Industry in 2012 9 Ø Market Highlights for 2012 10 Ø What Participants see as Hot Topics in 2012 11 Ø Convergence with other Industries 12 Ø Global Hot Spots in the Chemicals, Materials, & Food Industry 14 Ø Four Big Predictions for 2012 15 Ø Chemicals, Materials and Food – The “Link” to all Sectors 16 About Frost & Sullivan 17-22 4
  • 5. Introduction 5
  • 6. About this Market Insight Based on a survey of several hundred key companies conducted across Europe in December 2011, this Market Insight highlights the hot topics for growth that have been identified in the chemicals, materials and food sector for 2012 and beyond. Data and opinions of key stakeholders, combined with analysis and commentary from Frost & Sullivan industry experts, have been used to present key market highlights, hot growth topics, global and regional hot spots, areas of market convergence, and bold predictions for 2012. In this study, a summary of the highest growth areas for the chemicals, materials & food industry is presented. 6
  • 7. Dr Leonidas Dokos – Hot Topic Thought Leader Functional Expertise  12 years of materials and chemicals research experience, which include 4 years of strategy consulting experience. Particular expertise in: – Green Building Materials, Composite Materials, Biolubricants, Cosmetics Place photo here Industry Expertise  Experience in covering broad range of sectors, leveraging long-standing working relationships with leading Shadow Background industry participants’ Senior Executives for effect - Chemicals & Petrochemicals - Infrastructure (Water treatment, Photovoltaic Systems, Wind energy) - Construction (Chemicals, Green materials, Advanced Glazing Systems)Dr Leonidas Dokos - Ingredients (Cosmetics)Global Programme Manager What I bring to the Team  Expert research and analytical skills providing strategic input to business growth modelsFrost & Sullivan  Forecasting model development, Competitive environment analysis and benchmarkingEurope  Strategic thinkingOxford, UK Career Highlights  Extensive business knowledge of the petrochemical, materials and FDC sectors. Selected consulting projects for several leading firms: - Clariant, Switzerland, DuPont, US, Huntsman, Switzerland, L’Oreal, France, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, UK, Merck, Germany, BASF, Germany Aditya Birla, Thailand Education  Post Doctorate Diploma in NDET of Materials from University of Southampton, Southampton, UK  Post Doctorate Diploma in Smart Materials from University of Southampton, Southampton, UK  PhD in Materials Science from University of Southampton, Southampton, UK  MSc in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies & Systems Management from U.M.I.S.T., Manchester, UK  BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from University of Salford, Manchester, UK 7
  • 8. What’s Hot in 2012 8
  • 9. Key Perspectives on Growth in the Chemicals, Materials& Food Industry in 2012 The Western European market remains the priority for EU based manufacturers over other regions. 1 North America and Eastern Europe represent the next priority. In terms of emerging markets China, Brazil and Russia are the top priority for construction and 2 utilities players, while for transportation players the focus is on China, India and Brazil. Green chemicals, trends in the bioplastics market, and the emerging trends in Personal Care 3 (multifunctional, botanical) are the top priority opportunities for Food, Drug & Cosmetics providers. The Food & Beverage suppliers are looking at the following 3 emerging markets – China, India and 4 Brazil while in Europe the focus is on bakery ingredients. The 5 key industries tracked by Chemicals, Materials and Food practice are Construction & Utilities, 5 Transportation, Foods & Beverage, Personal Protective Equipment, and Food Drug & Cosmetics. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis 9
  • 10. Market Highlights for 2012 Key Market Highlights • The four mega trends of low carbon economy, health and wellness, functionality and performance, and globalisation define the developments in the chemicals, materials and food industry • The food, mobility and construction markets remain core developments for 2012 exhibiting growth overall and driven by the emerging economies • Renewable energy applications, such as photovoltaics, wind turbines and solar thermal continue to present healthy growth opportunities in developed markets such as Europe and the USA but investors are apprehensive • Targeted consolidation in the chemicals and materials industry continues as the theme of the recent years but the number of closed deals will be smaller due to widespread lack of cash availability • The continuing debt crises in the eurozone and the high US government debt continues to undermine the speed of the macroeconomic recovery of markets and the level of investment available • The uptrend in oil prices is affecting the raw materials prices and profit margins once more • Indian demand for chemicals will grow on the back of massive growth in end-user industries such as automotive production • Chinas development of green technology will draw in strong chemicals investment, even for technologies such as electric vehicles • Brazil continues to become a major centre of supply for biobased feedstocks • Massive developments in crops used as biofeedstock for the production of fuels, chemicals and materials - algae will be a critical area of development 10
  • 11. Chemicals, Materials & Food What Participants see as Hot Topics in 2012Chemicals, Materials & Food: Identification of Hot Topics (Europe), 2012 Rank Market Topic % of Respondents Nominating as Hottest Topic 1 Functional Foods: Mega trends 56% 2 The Impact of Globalisation Megatrend on the Automotive Materials 49% 3 Construction Chemicals Market 48% 4 High Performance Plastics in Automotive 43% 5 Protective Clothing Markets 43% 6 Green Chemicals in FDC 42% 7 Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market 39% 8 Bioplastics Market Trends in FDC 38% 9 Function foods & beverages: industry outlook 36% 10 The Impact of Low Carbon Economy Megatrend on Feedstock Oriented Markets 35% 11 Bioplastics Market and Trends in Transportation 35% 12 Strategic Analysis of the Chemicals and Materials Market for Solar Thermal 33% 13 Function food & beverages: Trend watch 33% 14 PPE Markets 32% 15 Market for Decorative & Protective Paints and Coatings 30%N=112Filter: Respondents who are planning to track Chemicals, Materials & FoodFurther filter on market segment tracked (Chemicals & Materials in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics, Chemicals & Materials inConstruction & Utilities, Chemicals & Materials in Transportation, Food & Beverage Ingredients) Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis 11
  • 12. Chemicals, Materials & Food Convergence with other Industries Key Industries Tracked in Addition to Company’s Core Markets (Europe), 2012 Core Market Cross-interest 1 Cross-interest 2 Cross-interest 3 n A&D Security 50% ICT 29% Electronics 24% 42 A&T Electronics 24% ICT 19% EPS 12% 86 CMF A&T 40% EBT 36% EPS 30% 53 Electronics M&I 53% EPS 47% IPC 47% 15 EPS EBT 32% IPC 21% A&T 15% 73 EBT EPS 58% ICT 15% M&I 15% 26 HC CMF 18% ICT 14% M&I 8% 90 IPC EPS 74% A&T 41% EBT 26% 27 ICT A&T 30% EPS 24% HC 21% 66 M&I EPS 25% EBT 25% IPC 25% 8 PPE A&D 17% CMF 17% EPS 17% 12 Security ICT 39% A&D 33% EBT 33% 18A&D = Aerospace & Defence HC = HealthcareA&T = Automotive & Transportation IPC = Industry & Process ControlCMF = Chemicals, Materials & Food ICT = Information & Communication TechnologyEPS = Energy & Power Supplies M&I = Measurement & InstrumentationEBT = Environment & Building Technologies PPE = Personal Protective Equipment Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis 12
  • 13. Chemicals, Materials & Food Convergence with other Industries (Contd ...) Key Areas of Technology Convergence Antimicrobial Smart Grid, Construction coatings, Biocides Photovoltaic/Solar High Speed Rail thermal , Wind & Utilities Infrastructure for Water Treatment Energy, Water, Green Materials Lightweight Materials, Composite PersonalTransportation Materials, Coatings, Functional Fluids, Wellbeing Materials & Fuel & Lubricant Additives, Adhesives, Batteries for EV Elastomers, Electric Vehicles , Catalysts Infrastructure Chemicals and Materials PPE Food, Drug Excipients, Plastics for Bioplastics for & Cosmetics Packaging Medical Devices Nutricosmetics & Nutraceuticals, Multifunctional & Natural Active Low Carbon Food & Beverage Ingredients, Economy Functional Foods Automotive & Transportation Aerospace & Defence Healthcare Environment, Building Technologies, Power Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis Systems 13
  • 14. Global Hot Spots in the Chemicals, Materials, & FoodIndustryChemicals, Materials and Food Markets: Global Hot Spots (World), 2012 • Need for prevention and better general • Russia presents significant• EPA’s Existing Chemicals health drives the functional F&B products opportunities across sectors, Programme Strategy identified 7 • Increasing private healthcare expenditure especially in construction, water chemicals out of a list of 83 for risk • Poland and Czech Republic present healthy treatment, transportation and assessment in 2012 growth market and R&D opportunities PPE• Industry consolidation to continue • Economic contraction continues affecting the• Restarting of the “rare earth materials” industry Southern European countries Russia • Manufacturing and consuming hub • Continuous increase per capita North America usage of chemicals Europe • Increasing competency in R&D and high-value added products • Vast supply of feedstock • Growth opportunities driven by • Strategic alliances with American China new infrastructure, mega-cities and European companies The Middle and mobility • Construction growth resumed East • Geopolitical challenges India • Large population base and low APAC costs Africa • Growing economies with increasing per capita spending Latin America power• Latin American hub for bioethanol and • High Population and development needs across all • Emerging Oil & Gas market exports to neighbouring nations sectors: transportation, construction, opportunities• Hot spot for biobased feedstocks infrastructure, sanitation, healthcare, food • Infrastructure development• Increasing focus in oil and gas exploration • Highly skilled labour and low costs – attractive and construction• Restructure in the state petrochemicals market for partnerships • Chemicals & Materials for companies • Growing affluent middle-class with spending power Water & Agriculture• Brazil is construction hot spot until 2016 for personal care (Football World Cup and Olympic Games) Source: Frost & Sullivan 14
  • 15. Four Big Predictions for 2012 2012 will be the year of “green” technology routes and products, and 1 especially bioplastics “Mass Customisation“ will impact a wide range of manufactured products, 2 as experienced in the automotive sector, and will result in high demands for innovative chemicals and materials Industry consolidation to continue with a mega acquisition of a Top 100 3 global chemicals company headquartered in Europe to be the headline news Weight management, heart health, and digestive health will be the high 4 growth sectors in Food and Beverages Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis 15
  • 16. Chemicals, Materials and Food – The “Link” to allSectors 16
  • 17. About Frost & Sullivan 17
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