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Industrial Rubber Products Market To Attain A Value Of US$ 151 Billion by 2025

Industrial rubber products are diversified to various downstream industries, including manufacturing, construction, automotive, aerospace and others. Because of the flexibility, elasticity, toughness, resilience and insulation that rubber products provide, these are widely used in transportation, industrial, consumer, hygienic and medical applications. The global industrial rubber products market is poised to expand at progressive rate, driven by the increasing demand from automotive, construction, and manufacturing industries.

The demand for industrial rubber products market is hugely driven by the motor vehicle output, and auto component manufacturers. Burgeoning demand from the automotive industry and rise in the application of rubber products in the end use industry are the key drivers of the industrial rubber product market. Growth of autonomous and battery vehicles is anticipated to propel the demand for industrial rubber products in the future. Growth of the infrastructure and construction activities in the emerging economies is anticipated to drive the demand for industrial rubber products.

Volatility in the raw material supply and fluctuating prices of the rubber is the main restraint for the industrial rubber products market in the forecast period. Increasing use of rubber products in construction & infrastructure industry and innovation in the products manufactured from synthetic rubber are the key opportunities in the industrial rubber products market.

The industrial rubber products market has been segmented on the basis of rubber type, product, process, and end user. On the basis of rubber type, industrial rubber products market can be classified as: Natural rubber, Styrene Butadiene Rubber, Polybutadiene, Ethylene-propylene, Nitrile Butadiene Rubber and others. The industrial rubber products market over the years has witnessed strong emergence of synthetic rubbers such as Polybutadiene (BR), Ethylene- Propylene (EPDM), Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR), Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR), and others. In terms of product, mechanical goods which encompasses products such as body seals, vibration control devices, and wiper blades was the dominant segment accounting for close to fifty percent of the market share in 2016. On the basis of manufacturing process type, the industrial rubber products market has been classified as: molded product manufacturing, extruded/calendared product manufacturing, fabricated product manufacturing, latex based product manufacturing and others. Molded product manufacturing was the dominant manufacturing process in 2016 accounting for a major market share.

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