Nearly 40% market revenue share belong to India, followed by Europe.
Grade II castor oil derivatives represent the largest value share of around 45% in the market, consumption of sebacic acid remains spectacular especially by nylon and other end use segments.
Industrial consumption of castor oil and derivatives accounts for a roughly 75% share of the market revenue.
The key insights are drawn from the latest intelligence report publication of Persistence Market Research. The report forecasts global revenue through the sales of castor oil and derivatives to attain the value of around US$ 1.2 billion in 2020. Reaching the peak of its yearly revenue growth estimation, the market is projected at 4.7% Y-o-Y growth in 2019.
“High crop yield and oil content account for the suitability of castor as a bio-based crop, boosting new growth opportunities in the biodiesel sector – without the need for shifting important food crops. However, price volatility continues to influence the castor supply chain resulting in considerable supply-demand imbalance,” explains a senior market research analyst at the company.
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Adding to it further, the analyst says, “The pricing pressure imposed by unconventional renewables remains a longstanding limiting factor impacting the supply chain of castor oil and derivatives market”.
Biopolymers Are Gathering Momentum
On the backdrop of rapidly depleting natural resources, hiking petroleum product prices, and a shifting focus on the usage of bio-based fuels, castor oil as an efficient biofuel displays superior productivity.
While the reduced carbon footprint is trending across industries, it is most likely that castor oil and derivatives will witness promising demand in various industrial verticals in the near future.
Owing to the ability of castor oil to entirely replace synthetic feedstock with bio-based products, castor oil is extensively used in some other commercial segments such as paints, fluids, resins, and cosmetics. Although pharmaceuticals have been registering remarkable consumption volumes of castor oils and derivatives, the beauty and personal care segment also has been an important consumer of the market.
The report indicates that pharmaceuticals and lubricants currently hold a cumulative revenue share of more than 40%. However, adoption of castor oil and derivatives in lubricants, biopolymers, and personal care products is projected to be on a higher side in coming years.
In addition to growing biopolymer adoption, the growing consumer preference for organic and natural ingredients in personal care and cosmetic products is cited as an important factor driving the revenue of castor oil and derivatives space.
India Remains Global Production Giant
Being the largest castor producer and castor oil exporter making up for more than 90% share of the global production volume, India’s castor oil and derivatives market is likely to surpass the revenue worth US$ 400 million in 2020. Government initiatives are prominently boosting the market scenario in India in recent years.
Europe, China, Japan, and ASEAN countries constitute the key trading partners of India over castor oil and derivatives. China however accounts for a roughly 30% share of India’s total export of castor oil and derivatives.
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Besides swelling consumption in pharmaceuticals, Chinese market is projected to be favored by growing castor oil consumption by manufacturers of automotive biopolymers, lubricants, and paints. Southeast Asia is also identified to hold a considerable market value share, says the report.