The global Printing Inks Market is anticipated to reach USD 27.8 billion by 2026 according to a new study published by Polaris Market Research.
The printing inks market is considered as an impulsive sector due to frequently altering consumer demands. Industry participants countenance several disruptive forces and operational challenges from time to time; however, product demand has been increasing yearly despite of such instances and the overall feedback of the companies towards the market is optimistic. Nonetheless, printing inks in the present industry scenario has to confront significant challenges to take full advantage of the new-fangled opportunities rising through the integration of print and digital ink media. More commercialization of printing inks stands at the cross roads of a major structural and transitional change.
But for the conventional ink manufacturers eager to expand their market penetration there has never been a better time to be in printed communications. Most of the traditional printing ink providers have extended their product catalogs to meet the digital and more enhanced product formulations. The current industry participants can be categorized into three distinct categories including the first or leading twenty percent that are has been successful in achieving profitable growth and are constantly diversifying their product portfolio satisfying the customer needs to boost the global printing inks markets.
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Next is the middle sixty percent of the companies that are experiencing a stagnant growth with profit margins becoming constantly squeezed and the bottom twenty percent that have been witnessing significant declines in sales margins. The market/end-use demand clearly indicates that for the middle sixty percent category companies have significant opportunities for development of new products and penetrate into novel markets. The global printing ink maket economic picture has slightly improved for most of the manufacturers with bad debts, access to bank lending and credits, all showing small improvements however the debtor time span and lending cost still continue to have a negative impact on most of the industry participants.
Increasing automation has led to greater efficiencies of product or printing ink formulations. Increasing utilization of printing inks globally in almost every application of these products has been the major driving force the printing ink market. Digital inks are expected to be the fastest growing product over the forecast period, fueled by the advancements in digital technology such as print speed and quality that has opened up new applications segments for digital inks.
Asia Pacific was the largest regional market in 2017 and it is expected to emerge as the fastest growing regional industry. The region is anticipated to account for the maximum share of the overall worldwide market in terms of consumption. The robust increase in product demand from the Chinese economy and the emerging markets of the region including India, Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia are the major trends.
Some of the leading industry participants in the printing ink market include DSM, Diana Group SA, Wild Flavors GmbH, DuPont, Archer Daniels Midland, Ashland Inc., Agropur Cooperative, Kerry Group, Associated British Foods Plc, Ingredion, KF Specialty Ingredients, Eli Fried Inc., Frutarom and Naturex.