Plastic Recycling Market 2019 Global Leading Companies Analysis, Revenue, Trends and Forecasts 2025

New Study Reports "Plastic Recycling Market 2019 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2028.

Pune, India - October 21, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Plastic Recycling Market 2019

New Market Study Report “Plastic Recycling Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2028” Wiseguyreports.Com adds To Its Research Database.

Market Overview:

Global Plastic Recycling Market to Grow Rapidly

According to a new report, the global Plastic Recycling Market is expected to witness sudden growth in the next few years. Presently, plastic has become a major environmental concern and rising awareness among world economies have resulted in higher demand for recycling plastic.

The Global Plastic Recycling Market is expected to witness new heights in the upcoming years which are mainly due to increasing cost of production as a result of increasing petroleum price. Also strict government regulations favouring recycling of plastic waste will also fuel the market size in the coming years.

Increasing awareness about the pollution which is caused by plastics and energy-saving benefits offered by manufacturing recycled plastics are some other factors motivating countries to manufacture recycled plastic which in turn will drive the plastic recycling market during the forecasted period. Moreover, ban on landfills has also been introduced in several developed countries which will pump the market during the forecast period.

Key Players

The report has profiled some of the noteworthy players prevalent in the global CarbonLITE Industries, Seraphim Plastics, MBA Polymers Inc., Kuusakoski Group Oy, Envision Plastics, Custom Polymers, Inc., Plastic Recycling Inc., UltrePET LLC, KW Plastics, Inc., Green – O – Tech India, Kishco Pvt. Ltd., Boer Group, Miller Waste Mills, Inc., Recycling Textile sro, and Knebel Textilrecycling GmbH and more.

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Market Segmentation

The market for global plastic recycling has been segregated into type and application. Based on the type, the global market has been segmented into Polyethylene Terephthalate, Polypropylene, High Density Polyethylene, Low Density Polyethylene, Polystyrene, Polyvinyl Chloride and others. Based on application, the market has been divided into Packaging, Automotive, Construction, Textile, Industrial and Consumer Goods as well.

Detailed Regional Analysis

The regional analysis will offer useful information about the market progression over key regions. The global market of the plastic recycling has been analysed across the United States, Europe, India, Japan, China, Southeast Asia and Middle East & Africa (MEA). Asia Pacific region holds the largest market share of the global plastic recycling market and is anticipated to dominate the market in the future as well. Expanding manufacturing sector, cheap availability of labour, competitive cost base, and growing consumer demand are expected to fuel demand for recycled plastics in the region in the coming years. Moreover, strict government regulations and lenient landfill laws in the region will further boost plastic recycling activity in the coming years. Meanwhile, the North American market also emerges as a leading player in the plastic recycling market which is due to availability of waste management options for recycling plastic and enhanced technology to manufacture recycled plastic at the cheaper rates. Most of the industries that are large-scale consumers of plastic have to use recyclable plastic which in turn is likely to propel the global demand of plastic recycling market in the coming years.

Key Stakeholders 
Plastic Recycling Manufacturers 
Plastic Recycling Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers 
Plastic Recycling Subcomponent Manufacturers 
Industry Association 
Downstream Vendors

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Competitive Landscape

Increased competition among the major market players is expected to work in favour of the global plastic recycling market. In order to explore different opportunities, several global brands are looking to enter fast-developing regions of the global plastic recycling market and join hands with smaller companies to enhance their presence in other regions as well.

Industry News

SUEZ and LyondellBasell entered into a joint venture to focus on the production of high-quality circular polymers.

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