Global Silicone Market: Industry Analysis and Forecast (2021-2027) by Type, End-use Industry, and Region

By 2027, the Global Silicone Market is expected to reach US $25.41 billion, thanks to growth in the industrial processes segment. The report analyzes silicone market dynamics by region and end-user industries.

Global Silicone Market Overview:

The global silicone market was valued at US $15.59 billion in 2020, and it is expected to reach US $25.41 billion by 2027 with a CAGR of 7.23% during the forecast period. A silicone, often known as polysiloxane, is a polymer composed of siloxane. Colorless oils or rubber-like compounds are the most common. Sealants, adhesives, lubricants, medications, culinary utensils, and thermal and electrical insulation all use silicones. Silicone oil, silicone grease, silicone rubber, silicone resin, and silicone caulk are some of the most prevalent types. Silicone shows vital properties like low chemical reactivity, low toxicity, thermal stability, water repellent, anti-microbial, and many others. Global Silicone Market To know about the Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report The report has covered the market trends from 2016 to forecast the market through 2027. 2020 is considered a base year however 2020's numbers are on the real output of the companies in the market. Special attention is given to 2020 and the effect of lockdown on the demand and supply, and also the impact of lockdown for the next two years on the market. Some companies have done well in lockdown also and specific strategic analysis of those companies is done in the report.

Global Silicone Market Dynamics:

Versatile and excellent properties of Silicone:

Silicones are one of the most versatile materials, with applications in a variety of industries. They feature distinctive properties such as durability, Di-electricity, adhesion, foam control, discharge safety, UV stability, glossiness, transparency, radiation resistance, hydrophobicity, heat resistance, and flexibility, allowing them to be employed in a variety of ways. This long-lasting, high-resistance material is best used at temperatures above 100°C (the limit of most other rubbers). Global Silicone Market Silicone rubber is non-toxic and widely consumed in the food industry. Silicone's exceptional qualities make it ideal for seals and gaskets that must be steamed or sterilized. It is also used in the electrical and electronics industries because of its high electrical resistance.

Global Silicone Shortage 2021:

Following are the key reasons that led to the global silicone shortage:

Demand: Demand for all types of silicone products is substantially higher than it was a year ago. As the world's economy opened up, demand began to rise in the fourth quarter of 2020. Even when the world was hit by the second and third waves of Covid, economies did not collapse as they did in the first and second quarters of 2020. Demand is currently the same or slightly higher as it was previous to the outbreak. Supply: Most raw material suppliers observed orders/demand drop by 15% to 40% in the first and second quarters of 2020. Because no one knew how long the pandemic would continue, businesses decreased their stocks to extremely low levels to save money. Turning on production once demand began to rise was not a simple task. Manpower: In the first and second quarters, employees were detained or laid off. Companies were unable to obtain the workforce required to make the product to fulfill demand as demand increased. The quarantine protocols used by Covid-19 have a considerable impact on the labor force. Over a 2-to-4-month period, many organizations reported that up to 5% to 10% of their employees were in obligatory quarantine. In addition, increased government unemployment benefits made returning to work less appealing. Logistics: Due to a lack of demand, many containers and cargo ships were pulled from the supply chain, and logistics companies had the same manpower/supply challenges as manufacturers, preventing them from returning these assets to service quickly enough. Because there were not enough longshoremen to offload containers once they arrived at the port, the ports were impacted by manpower shortages. Pricing: Pricing pressure is an undesirable consequence. This is true not only of silicones but of nearly every product/commodity manufactured, including food. Silicone companies have all announced price hikes ranging from 5% to 25%, with more increases expected later in 2021.

Automobile manufacturers are putting a greater emphasis on light-weighting:

Automotive OEMs' increased attention on light-weighting has opened up new potential for silicone. Silicone is a key component used to improve the performance of plastic, and the average plastic content of a car has increased significantly over the years. Also, as automotive components become smaller, there is a greater demand for silicone products in under-the-hood applications. The silicone market has a bright future ahead of it, thanks to rising silicone consumption per vehicle and a rapid rise in vehicle production. Despite their modest demand share, rising demand for renewable energy, notably solar and wind, is another key influencing driver for silicone.

Silicone is subject to stringent regulatory restrictions:

The majority of silicone products are unrestricted. However, in some countries, the usage of a few silicone products, particularly in the personal care and consumer goods and medical and healthcare industries, is restricted by regulatory agencies. For example, the UK Competent Authorities and the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) have placed restrictions on the use of two silicone compounds used in personal care, cyclosilicates D4 and D5. In personal care products, these chemicals are likely to be limited to a concentration of 0.1% by weight. Their consumption is also limited in Canada and the United States, in addition to the United Kingdom. Silicones are only regarded medical-grade in the medical and healthcare industry if they are U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) Class V and VI approved. Before being commercialized, all medical-grade silicones must be approved by regulatory organizations. The Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), the Dodd-Frank Act, and the US government's International Traffic in Arms Restrictions are just a few of the regulations that companies must follow while producing silicone rubber for the medical industry in the United States (ITAR). All of these laws, as well as the approval process for them, take time, which limits the growth of the silicones market in these industries.

Anti-microbial silicone elastomer’s development:

Biocompatibility tests have been performed on medical-grade silicone elastomers, making them appropriate for use in the healthcare business. Silicone elastomers consumed in medical applications have a low risk of unfavorable biological reactions thanks to their low toxicity and have consequently found acceptance in food and medical applications. However, bacteria and other microbes can alter the characteristics of silicone elastomers. Biocides are used to combat these germs and inhibit the growth of hazardous bacteria, which could lead to contamination or infection transmission in people. Despite all of the precautions taken, the rate of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) is rising over the world, demanding the development of stronger preventative approaches and technologies to minimize infection rates. Because of shifting health insurance rules in the United States, hospitals are forced to cover the costs of treating HAIs. As a result, medical device makers are looking for better solutions to assist minimize the growth of microbes on their products. Antimicrobials or biocides, as well as other additives, are used for this purpose. Antimicrobial silicone elastomers are used to improve the performance of final goods by decreasing elastomer microbial contamination. In several medical device applications, such as wound drains and catheters, microbial proliferation can impair the final products, causing bad odors, discoloration, and the formation of fungus. The growth of germs in or on the human body is controlled by antimicrobial silicone elastomer. As a result, the development of these elastomers is expected to present the market with lucrative growth prospects over the forecast period.

Volatile prices of the raw materials:

The constant fluctuation of raw material and energy prices is a major problem in the worldwide market. The steep rise in raw material prices, such as methyl chloride and silicon metal, from 2016 to 2018 has reduced silicone companies' profit margins indirectly. As a result, the price of silicone products as a whole rise. The global market is likely to be negatively impacted by growing raw material costs. Silicone producers are constantly faced with high and variable feedstock costs, which they are expected to pass on to end-users. For example, in March 2021, Wacker and Elkem, two key competitors in the silicone market, recently raised the prices of their silicone products to compensate for rising raw material and energy costs. As a result, fluctuating raw material and energy prices have become a key concern for silicone manufacturers.

Global Silicone Market Segment Analysis:

Based on Type, the global silicone market is segmented as follows, Elastomers, Resins, Fluids, Gels, and Others. In 2020, the elastomers segment was dominant and held more than xx% of the overall market share in terms of revenue. The rising consumption in various items, such as voltage line insulators, cooking, baking, and food storage products; undergarments, sportswear, and footwear; electronics; medical devices and implants; and home gaskets and O-rings, is attributable to the expansion of this segment. Silicone elastomers are also consumed in the production of sealants. Because of their physiological inertness, they are appropriate for application in the healthcare business, particularly in blood transfusions, artificial heart valves, and other prosthetic devices. Global Silicone Market Based on End-use Industry, the global silicone market is segmented as follows, Building & Construction, Transportation, Personal Care & Consumer Products, Medical & Healthcare, Electronics, Energy, Industrial Processes, and Others (Agriculture, Textile, Packaging, Aquaculture, and Sports Equipment). In 2020, the medical & healthcare segment was dominant and held more than xx% of the overall market share in terms of revenue. During the forecast period, the industrial process segment is expected to have the biggest market share. Silicone materials are in high demand in applications such as lubricants, anti-foaming agents in offshore drilling, paper manufacture, industrial coatings, and paint additives, and the market is continually expanding. Silicone-based sealants are consumed in high-pressure, high-temperature, and high-corrosion industrial operations that require adaptability to a variety of surfaces. They are not only used as polymers but they can also be used to improve the performance of polymers made from other materials.

Global Silicone Market Regional Insights:

In 2020, Asia Pacific led the silicone market with a market share of more than xx%, followed by North America and Europe. The constantly rising demand for silicone from end-use sectors, particularly electronics, building & construction, personal care & consumer items, and transportation, is driving market expansion in this area. Also, several silicone manufacturers, including Wacker Chemie AG and Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd., are establishing or expanding manufacturing facilities in this region to take advantage of low manufacturing and labor costs as well as high demand from end-use industries, driving the region's silicone market growth. Global Silicone Market The North American market is experiencing a resurgence in economic activity, as well as a major increase in output. The market is expected to increase at a moderate rate of xx% because most end-user applications, such as automotive, construction, and industrial operations, are linked to an economy's economic well-being and growth. Because of the region's poor economic growth, the Western European market is likely to grow at a slower rate of xx% than the North American market over the forecast period. However, the European market is expected to outperform the North American market in terms of absolute demand growth. Global Silicone MarketThe objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the global market to the stakeholders in the industry. The past and current status of the industry with the forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that include market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The report also helps in understanding the global market dynamics, structure by analyzing the market segments and projecting the global market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by product, price, financial position, product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the global market makes the report investor's guide.

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Global Silicone Market, by Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • The Middle East and Africa • South America

Global Silicone Market Key Players

The Dow Chemical Company • Wacker Chemie AG • Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd. • Momentive Performance Materials Inc. • Elkem ASA • Allergan Inc. • 3M • Gelest Incorp. • Berkshire Hathaway Inc. • Sun Edison • JFE Steel • Nitol Solar • Siltronic AG • SUMCO Corp. • Okmetic OY • SK Siltron Inc. • Others

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What is the forecast period considered for the Silicone market report? Ans. The forecast period for the silicone market is 2021-2027. 2. Which key factors are hindering the growth of the Silicone market? Ans. The volatile price of the raw material is the only key factor expected to hinder the growth of the market during the forecast period. 3. What is the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the Silicone market for the next 6 years? Ans. The global silicone market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.23% during the forecast period (2021-2027). 4. What are the key factors driving the growth of the Silicone market? Ans. The versatile and unique properties of silicone and its consumption in various end-user industries are the key factors expected to drive the growth of the market during the forecast period. 5. Which are the worldwide major key players covered for the Silicone market report? Ans. The Dow Chemical Company, Wacker Chemie AG, Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd., Momentive Performance Materials Inc., Elkem ASA, Allergan Inc., 3M, Gelest Incorp., Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Sun Edison, JFE Steel, Nitol Solar, Siltronic AG, SUMCO Corp., Okmetic OY, SK Siltron Inc., and Others.
Global Silicone market 1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Global Silicone Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Bn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Silicone Market Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Silicone Market Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. Latin America 7. Global Silicone Market Analysis and Forecast, by Type 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Type 7.4. Silicone Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Type 7.5. Silicone Market Analysis, by Type 7.6. Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Type 8. Global Silicone Market Analysis and Forecast, by End-use Industry 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by End-use Industry 8.4. Silicone Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by End-use Industry 8.5. Silicone Market Analysis, by End-use Industry 8.6. Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis, by End-use Industry 9. Global Silicone Market Analysis, by Region 9.1. Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Region 9.2. Silicone Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Region 9.3. Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 10. North America Silicone Market Analysis 10.1. Key Findings 10.2. North America Silicone Market Overview 10.3. North America Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Type 10.4. North America Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 10.4.1. Elastomers 10.4.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 10.4.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 10.4.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 10.4.1.4. Others 10.4.2. Fluids 10.4.2.1. Straight 10.4.2.2. Modified 10.4.3. Resins 10.4.4. Gels 10.4.5. Others 10.5. North America Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by End-use Industry 10.6. North America Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 10.6.2. Industrial Process 10.6.3. Building & Construction 10.6.4. Personal Care & Consumer Products 10.6.5. Transportation 10.6.6. Electrical & Electronics 10.6.7. Medical & Healthcare 10.6.8. Energy 10.6.9. Others 10.7. North America Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 10.8. North America Silicone Market Forecast, by Country 10.8.2. U.S. 10.8.3. Canada 10.9. North America Silicone Market Analysis, by Country 10.10. U.S. Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 10.10.1. Elastomers 10.10.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 10.10.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 10.10.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 10.10.1.4. Others 10.10.2. Fluids 10.10.2.1. Straight 10.10.2.2. Modified 10.10.3. Resins 10.10.4. Gels 10.10.5. Others 10.11. Others U.S. Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 10.11.1. Industrial Process 10.11.2. Building & Construction 10.11.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 10.11.4. Transportation 10.11.5. Electrical & Electronics 10.11.6. Medical & Healthcare 10.11.7. Energy 10.11.8. Others 10.12. Canada Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 10.12.1. Elastomers 10.12.1.1 High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 10.12.1.2 Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 10.12.1.3 Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 10.12.1.4 Others 10.12.1. Fluids 10.12.1.1. Straight 10.12.1.2. Modified 10.12.2. Resins 10.12.3. Gels 10.12.4. Others 10.13. Canada Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 10.13.1. Industrial Process 10.13.2. Building & Construction 10.13.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 10.13.4. Transportation 10.13.5. Electrical & Electronics 10.13.6. Medical & Healthcare 10.13.7. Energy 10.13.8. Others 10.14. North America Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis 10.14.1. By Type 10.14.2. By End-use Industry 10.15. PEST Analysis 10.16. Key Trends 10.17. Key Developments 11. Europe Silicone Market Analysis 11.1. Key Findings 11.2. Europe Silicone Market Overview 11.3. Europe Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Type 11.4. Europe Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.4.1. Elastomers 11.4.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.4.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.4.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.4.1.4. Others 11.4.2. Fluids 11.4.2.1. Straight 11.4.2.2. Modified 11.4.3. Resins 11.4.4. Gels 11.4.5. Others 11.5. Europe Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by End-use Industry 11.6. Europe Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.6.1. Industrial Process 11.6.2. Building & Construction 11.6.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.6.4. Transportation 11.6.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.6.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.6.7. Energy 11.6.8. Others 11.7. Europe Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.8. Europe Silicone Market Forecast, by Country 11.8.1. Germany 11.8.2. U.K. 11.8.3. France 11.8.4. Italy 11.8.5. Spain 11.8.6. Russia 11.8.7. Sweden 11.8.8. Norway 11.8.9. Rest of Europe 11.9. Europe Silicone Market Analysis, by Country 11.10. Germany Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.10.1. Elastomers 11.10.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.10.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.10.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.10.1.4. Others 11.10.2. Fluids 11.10.2.1. Straight 11.10.2.2. Modified 11.10.3. Resins 11.10.4. Gels 11.10.5. Others 11.11. Germany Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.11.1. Industrial Process 11.11.2. Building & Construction 11.11.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.11.4. Transportation 11.11.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.11.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.11.7. Energy 11.11.8. Others 11.12. U.K. Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.12.1. Elastomers 11.12.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.12.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.12.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.12.1.4. Others 11.12.2. Fluids 11.12.2.1. Straight 11.12.2.2. Modified 11.12.3. Resins 11.12.4. Gels 11.12.5. Others 11.13. U.K. Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.13.1. Industrial Process 11.13.2. Building & Construction 11.13.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.13.4. Transportation 11.13.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.13.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.13.7. Energy 11.13.8. Others 11.14. France Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.14.1. Elastomers 11.14.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.14.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.14.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.14.1.4. Others 11.14.2. Fluids 11.14.2.1. Straight 11.14.2.2. Modified 11.14.3. Resins 11.14.4. Gels 11.14.5. Others 11.15. France Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.15.1. Industrial Process 11.15.2. Building & Construction 11.15.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.15.4. Transportation 11.15.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.15.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.15.7. Energy 11.15.8. Others 11.16. Italy Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.16.1. Elastomers 11.16.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.16.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.16.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.16.1.4. Others 11.16.2. Fluids 11.16.2.1. Straight 11.16.2.2. Modified 11.16.3. Resins 11.16.4. Gels 11.16.5. Others 11.17. Italy Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.17.1. Industrial Process 11.17.2. Building & Construction 11.17.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.17.4. Transportation 11.17.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.17.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.17.7. Energy 11.17.8. Others 11.18. Spain Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.18.1. Elastomers 11.18.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.18.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.18.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.18.1.4. Others 11.18.2. Fluids 11.18.2.1. Straight 11.18.2.2. Modified 11.18.3. Resins 11.18.4. Gels 11.18.5. Others 11.19. Spain Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.19.1. Industrial Process 11.19.2. Building & Construction 11.19.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.19.4. Transportation 11.19.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.19.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.19.7. Energy 11.19.8. Others 11.20. Russia Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.20.1. Elastomers 11.20.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.20.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.20.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.20.1.4. Others 11.20.2. Fluids 11.20.2.1. Straight 11.20.2.2. Modified 11.20.3. Resins 11.20.4. Gels 11.20.5. Others 11.21. Russia Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.21.1. Industrial Process 11.21.2. Building & Construction 11.21.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.21.4. Transportation 11.21.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.21.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.21.7. Energy 11.21.8. Others 11.22. Sweden Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.22.1. Elastomers 11.22.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.22.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.22.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.22.1.4. Others 11.22.2. Fluids 11.22.2.1. Straight 11.22.2.2. Modified 11.22.3. Resins 11.22.4. Gels 11.22.5. Others 11.23. Sweden Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.23.1. Industrial Process 11.23.2. Building & Construction 11.23.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.23.4. Transportation 11.23.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.23.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.23.7. Energy 11.23.8. Others 11.24. Norway Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.24.1. Elastomers 11.24.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.24.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.24.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.24.1.4. Others 11.24.2. Fluids 11.24.2.1. Straight 11.24.2.2. Modified 11.24.3. Resins 11.24.4. Gels 11.24.5. Others 11.25. Norway Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.25.1. Industrial Process 11.25.2. Building & Construction 11.25.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.25.4. Transportation 11.25.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.25.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.25.7. Energy 11.25.8. Others 11.26. Rest of Europe Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 11.26.1. Elastomers 11.26.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 11.26.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 11.26.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 11.26.1.4. Others 11.26.2. Fluids 11.26.2.1. Straight 11.26.2.2. Modified 11.26.3. Resins 11.26.4. Gels 11.26.5. Others 11.27. Rest of Europe Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 11.27.1. Industrial Process 11.27.2. Building & Construction 11.27.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 11.27.4. Transportation 11.27.5. Electrical & Electronics 11.27.6. Medical & Healthcare 11.27.7. Energy 11.27.8. Others 11.28. Europe Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis 11.28.1. By Type 11.28.2. By End-use Industry 11.29. PEST Analysis 11.30. Key Trends 11.31. Key Developments 12. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Overview 12.3. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Type 12.4. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.4.1. Elastomers 12.4.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.4.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.4.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.4.1.4. Others 12.4.2. Fluids 12.4.2.1. Straight 12.4.2.2. Modified 12.4.3. Resins 12.4.4. Gels 12.4.5. Others 12.5. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by End-use Industry 12.6. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.6.1. Industrial Process 12.6.2. Building & Construction 12.6.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.6.4. Transportation 12.6.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.6.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.6.7. Energy 12.6.8. Others 12.7. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.8. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Forecast, by Country 12.8.1. China 12.8.2. Japan 12.8.3. India 12.8.4. South Korea 12.8.5. Australia 12.8.6. Malaysia 12.8.7. Indonesia 12.8.8. Vietnam 12.8.9. Rest of Asia Pacific 12.9. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Analysis, by Country 12.10. China Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.10.1. Elastomers 12.10.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.10.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.10.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.10.1.4. Others 12.10.2. Fluids 12.10.2.1. Straight 12.10.2.2. Modified 12.10.3. Resins 12.10.4. Gels 12.10.5. Others 12.11. China Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.11.1. Industrial Process 12.11.2. Building & Construction 12.11.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.11.4. Transportation 12.11.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.11.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.11.7. Energy 12.11.8. Others 12.12. India Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.12.1. Elastomers 12.12.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.12.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.12.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.12.1.4. Others 12.12.2. Fluids 12.12.2.1. Straight 12.12.2.2. Modified 12.12.3. Resins 12.12.4. Gels 12.12.5. Others 12.13. India Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.13.1. Industrial Process 12.13.2. Building & Construction 12.13.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.13.4. Transportation 12.13.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.13.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.13.7. Energy 12.13.8. Others 12.14. Japan Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.14.1. Elastomers 12.14.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.14.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.14.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.14.1.4. Others 12.14.2. Fluids 12.14.2.1. Straight 12.14.2.2. Modified 12.14.3. Resins 12.14.4. Gels 12.14.5. Others 12.15. Japan Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.15.1. Industrial Process 12.15.2. Building & Construction 12.15.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.15.4. Transportation 12.15.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.15.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.15.7. Energy 12.15.8. Others 12.16. South Korea Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.16.1. Elastomers 12.16.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.16.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.16.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.16.1.4. Others 12.16.2. Fluids 12.16.2.1. Straight 12.16.2.2. Modified 12.16.3. Resins 12.16.4. Gels 12.16.5. Others 12.17. South Korea Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.17.1. Industrial Process 12.17.2. Building & Construction 12.17.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.17.4. Transportation 12.17.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.17.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.17.7. Energy 12.17.8. Others 12.18. Australia Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.18.1. Elastomers 12.18.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.18.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.18.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.18.1.4. Others 12.18.2. Fluids 12.18.2.1. Straight 12.18.2.2. Modified 12.18.3. Resins 12.18.4. Gels 12.18.5. Others 12.19. Australia Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.19.1. Industrial Process 12.19.2. Building & Construction 12.19.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.19.4. Transportation 12.19.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.19.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.19.7. Energy 12.19.8. Others 12.20. Malaysia Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.20.1. Elastomers 12.20.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.20.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.20.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.20.1.4. Others 12.20.2. Fluids 12.20.2.1. Straight 12.20.2.2. Modified 12.20.3. Resins 12.20.4. Gels 12.20.5. Others 12.21. Malaysia Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.21.1. Industrial Process 12.21.2. Building & Construction 12.21.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.21.4. Transportation 12.21.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.21.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.21.7. Energy 12.21.8. Others 12.22. Vietnam Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.22.1. Elastomers 12.22.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.22.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.22.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.22.1.4. Others 12.22.2. Fluids 12.22.2.1. Straight 12.22.2.2. Modified 12.22.3. Resins 12.22.4. Gels 12.22.5. Others 12.23. Vietnam Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.23.1. Industrial Process 12.23.2. Building & Construction 12.23.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.23.4. Transportation 12.23.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.23.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.23.7. Energy 12.23.8. Others 12.24. Indonesia Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.24.1. Elastomers 12.24.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.24.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.24.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.24.1.4. Others 12.24.2. Fluids 12.24.2.1. Straight 12.24.2.2. Modified 12.24.3. Resins 12.24.4. Gels 12.24.5. Others 12.25. Indonesia Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.25.1. Industrial Process 12.25.2. Building & Construction 12.25.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.25.4. Transportation 12.25.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.25.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.25.7. Energy 12.25.8. Others 12.26. Rest of Asia Pacific Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 12.26.1. Elastomers 12.26.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 12.26.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 12.26.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 12.26.1.4. Others 12.26.2. Fluids 12.26.2.1. Straight 12.26.2.2. Modified 12.26.3. Resins 12.26.4. Gels 12.26.5. Others 12.27. Rest of Asia Pacific Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 12.27.1. Industrial Process 12.27.2. Building & Construction 12.27.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 12.27.4. Transportation 12.27.5. Electrical & Electronics 12.27.6. Medical & Healthcare 12.27.7. Energy 12.27.8. Others 12.28. Asia Pacific Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis 12.28.1. By Type 12.28.2. By End-use Industry 12.29. PEST Analysis 12.30. Key Trends 12.31. Key Developments 13. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Overview 13.3. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Type 13.4. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 13.4.1. Elastomers 13.4.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 13.4.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 13.4.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 13.4.1.4. Others 13.4.2. Fluids 13.4.2.1. Straight 13.4.2.2. Modified 13.4.3. Resins 13.4.4. Gels 13.4.5. Others 13.5. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by End-use Industry 13.6. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 13.6.1. Industrial Process 13.6.2. Building & Construction 13.6.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 13.6.4. Transportation 13.6.5. Electrical & Electronics 13.6.6. Medical & Healthcare 13.6.7. Energy 13.6.8. Others 13.7. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.8. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by Country 13.8.1. South Africa 13.8.2. GCC Countries 13.8.3. Nigeria 13.8.4. Egypt 13.8.5. Rest of Middle East & Africa 13.9. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Analysis, by Country 13.10. GCC Countries Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 13.10.1. Elastomers 13.10.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 13.10.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 13.10.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 13.10.1.4. Others 13.10.2. Fluids 13.10.2.1. Straight 13.10.2.2. Modified 13.10.3. Resins 13.10.4. Gels 13.10.5. Others 13.11. GCC Countries Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 13.11.1. Industrial Process 13.11.2. Building & Construction 13.11.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 13.11.4. Transportation 13.11.5. Electrical & Electronics 13.11.6. Medical & Healthcare 13.11.7. Energy 13.11.8. Others 13.12. South Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 13.12.1. Elastomers 13.12.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 13.12.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 13.12.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 13.12.1.4. Others 13.12.2. Fluids 13.12.2.1. Straight 13.12.2.2. Modified 13.12.3. Resins 13.12.4. Gels 13.12.5. Others 13.13. South Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 13.13.1. Industrial Process 13.13.2. Building & Construction 13.13.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 13.13.4. Transportation 13.13.5. Electrical & Electronics 13.13.6. Medical & Healthcare 13.13.7. Energy 13.13.8. Others 13.14. Nigeria Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 13.14.1. Elastomers 13.14.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 13.14.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 13.14.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 13.14.1.4. Others 13.14.2. Fluids 13.14.2.1. Straight 13.14.2.2. Modified 13.14.3. Resins 13.14.4. Gels 13.14.5. Others 13.15. Nigeria Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 13.15.1. Industrial Process 13.15.2. Building & Construction 13.15.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 13.15.4. Transportation 13.15.5. Electrical & Electronics 13.15.6. Medical & Healthcare 13.15.7. Energy 13.15.8. Others 13.16. Egypt Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 13.16.1. Elastomers 13.16.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 13.16.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 13.16.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 13.16.1.4. Others 13.16.2. Fluids 13.16.2.1. Straight 13.16.2.2. Modified 13.16.3. Resins 13.16.4. Gels 13.16.5. Others 13.17. Egypt Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 13.17.1. Industrial Process 13.17.2. Building & Construction 13.17.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 13.17.4. Transportation 13.17.5. Electrical & Electronics 13.17.6. Medical & Healthcare 13.17.7. Energy 13.17.8. Others 13.18. Rest of Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 13.18.1. Elastomers 13.18.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 13.18.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 13.18.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 13.18.1.4. Others 13.18.2. Fluids 13.18.2.1. Straight 13.18.2.2. Modified 13.18.3. Resins 13.18.4. Gels 13.18.5. Others 13.19. Rest of Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 13.19.1. Industrial Process 13.19.2. Building & Construction 13.19.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 13.19.4. Transportation 13.19.5. Electrical & Electronics 13.19.6. Medical & Healthcare 13.19.7. Energy 13.19.8. Others 13.20. Middle East & Africa Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis 13.20.1. By Type 13.20.2. By End-use Industry 13.21. PEST Analysis 13.22. Key Trends 13.23. Key Developments 14. Latin America Silicone Market Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Latin America Silicone Market Overview 14.3. Latin America Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Type 14.4. Latin America Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 14.4.1. Elastomers 14.4.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 14.4.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 14.4.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 14.4.1.4. Others 14.4.2. Fluids 14.4.2.1. Straight 14.4.2.2. Modified 14.4.3. Resins 14.4.4. Gels 14.4.5. Others 14.5. Latin America Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by End-use Industry 14.6. Latin America Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 14.6.1. Industrial Process 14.6.2. Building & Construction 14.6.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 14.6.4. Transportation 14.6.5. Electrical & Electronics 14.6.6. Medical & Healthcare 14.6.7. Energy 14.6.8. Others 14.7. Latin America Silicone Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.8. Latin America Silicone Market Forecast, by Country 14.8.1. Brazil 14.8.2. Mexico 14.8.3. Argentina 14.8.4. Rest of South America 14.9. Latin America Silicone Market Analysis, by Country 14.10. Brazil Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 14.10.1. Elastomers 14.10.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 14.10.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 14.10.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 14.10.1.4. Others 14.10.2. Fluids 14.10.2.1. Straight 14.10.2.2. Modified 14.10.3. Resins 14.10.4. Gels 14.10.5. Others 14.11. Brazil Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 14.11.1. Industrial Process 14.11.2. Building & Construction 14.11.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 14.11.4. Transportation 14.11.5. Electrical & Electronics 14.11.6. Medical & Healthcare 14.11.7. Energy 14.11.8. Others 14.12. Mexico Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 14.12.1. Elastomers 14.12.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 14.12.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 14.12.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 14.12.1.4. Others 14.12.2. Fluids 14.12.2.1. Straight 14.12.2.2. Modified 14.12.3. Resins 14.12.4. Gels 14.12.5. Others 14.13. Mexico Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 14.13.1. Industrial Process 14.13.2. Building & Construction 14.13.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 14.13.4. Transportation 14.13.5. Electrical & Electronics 14.13.6. Medical & Healthcare 14.13.7. Energy 14.13.8. Others 14.14. Argentina Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 14.14.1. Elastomers 14.14.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 14.14.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 14.14.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 14.14.1.4. Others 14.14.2. Fluids 14.14.2.1. Straight 14.14.2.2. Modified 14.14.3. Resins 14.14.4. Gels 14.14.5. Others 14.15. Argentina Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 14.15.1. Industrial Process 14.15.2. Building & Construction 14.15.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 14.15.4. Transportation 14.15.5. Electrical & Electronics 14.15.6. Medical & Healthcare 14.15.7. Energy 14.15.8. Others 14.16. Rest of Latin America Silicone Market Forecast, by Type 14.16.1. Elastomers 14.16.1.1. High Temperature Vulcanized (HTV) 14.16.1.2. Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) 14.16.1.3. Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) 14.16.1.4. Others 14.16.2. Fluids 14.16.2.1. Straight 14.16.2.2. Modified 14.16.3. Resins 14.16.4. Gels 14.16.5. Others 14.17. Rest of Latin America Silicone Market Forecast, by End-use Industry 14.17.1. Industrial Process 14.17.2. Building & Construction 14.17.3. Personal Care & Consumer Products 14.17.4. Transportation 14.17.5. Electrical & Electronics 14.17.6. Medical & Healthcare 14.17.7. Energy 14.17.8. Others 14.18. Latin America Silicone Market Attractiveness Analysis 14.18.1. By Type 14.18.2. By End-use Industry 14.19. PEST Analysis 14.20. Key Trends 14.21. Key Developments 15. Company Profiles 15.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 15.2. Competition Matrix 15.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications and R&D investment 15.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 15.2.3. Market Consolidation 15.2.3.1. M&A by Regions, Investment and End Applications 15.2.3.2. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 15.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 15.3.1. The Dow Chemical Company 15.3.1.1. Company Overview 15.3.1.2. Financial Overview 15.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 15.3.1.4. Business Strategy 15.3.1.5. Recent Developments 15.3.1.6. Development Footprint 15.3.2. Wacker Chemie AG 15.3.3. Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd. 15.3.4. Elkem ASA 15.3.5. Momentive Performance Materials Inc. 15.3.6. KCC Corporation 15.3.7. Evonik Industries AG 15.3.8. Gelest Inc. 15.3.9. Innospec Inc. 15.3.10. Kaneka Corporation 15.3.11. Ashland Incorporated 15.3.12. Kemira 15.3.13. Arkema Group 15.3.14. Emerald Performance Materials, LLC, 15.3.15. BASF SE 15.3.16. CSL Silicone Inc. 15.3.17. Reiss Manufacturing, Inc. 15.3.18. CHT Group 15.3.19. Silchem, Inc. 15.3.20. Silteq Limited 15.3.21. Allergan 15.3.22. Saint-Gobain 15.3.23. Roger Corporation 15.3.24. Primasil Silicone 15.3.25. Sivance, LLC 16. Primary Key Insights

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Report ID73842
Category Material & Chemical
Published DateOct 2020
Updated DateOct 2021
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