Bioadhesives are polymers that have the ability to bind to biological tissue for a long time. Molecular weight, polymer chain flexibility, swelling, applied strength, disease state, and other factors all influence the mucin layer of a mucosal tissue. Human or synthetic polymers are used. Microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, algae, and others are used in natural bioadhesives. Biological monomers, such as sugars, are used to produce synthetic polymers. Shellac is a bioadhesive that has been put to use. The rising use of bioadhesives in drug delivery and tissue repair is driving up demand for them. Bioadhesives, which include nasal spray, ear drops, eye drops, and ointment hydrogel, have been researched as a possible drug delivery method for oral administration over the last decade. The global bioadhesives market is being fuelled by the growing prevalence of patients with eye diseases.
Adroit Market Research study on the global market for bioadhesives market offers a holistic view of the industry from 2020 to 2028 as a forecast period, including factors such as market drivers, limitations, opportunities, threats, and regulatory overview. The market has been analyzed from 2018 to 2028, with a base year estimate of 2019 and a projection from 2020 to 2028. The report covers the current status and potential characteristics of the market at both the global and the country level. Moreover, the report also assesses market competition with Porter's analysis of five strengths and places leading players on the basis of their product range, regional presence, strategic initiatives, and overall sales. Prominent players in the global composite resin market have been analyzed in depth.
The plant-based segment is estimated to account for the larger bioadhesives market share during the forecast period. Biodegradable and biological plant-based renewable resources are being used as replacement for petro-based raw materials for the manufacturing of adhesives. The companies using bio-based ingredients are expected to introduce technological advancement in the future, to cater to the increasing demand for adhesives in various vertical industries. In the manufacture of adhesives, biodegradable and biological plant-based renewable resources have been used to replace petro-based raw materials. In order to satisfy the rising demand for adhesives in several vertical industries, companies that use bio-based ingredients are expected to implement technological innovations in the future. The increased demand from the end consumers and the environmental regulations for environmentally-friendly products is on rise, which is pushing the manufacturers to produce bio-based products. Paper & packaging, woodworking, personal care, and medical are the major applications of plant-based adhesives. End-user demand for environmentally friendly products is increasing, as are environmental rules, forcing manufacturers to produce bio-based products.
Plant-based adhesives are widely used in paper and packaging, woodworking, personal care, and medical applications. Plant-based adhesives are derived from various sources including soybean, lignin, and starch. Furthermore, scarcity of natural resources has led to the discovery of alternative raw material sources. Starch as a raw material is comparatively inexpensive as compared to petroleum and natural gas for the development of adhesives. Soybean, lignin, and starch are only a few of the plant-based adhesives available. Besides this, the scarcity of natural resources has resulted in the discovery of new sources of raw materials. In contrast to petroleum and natural gas, starch is a relatively inexpensive raw material for the development of adhesives. Over the past few years, extensive research has been carried out to improve the bonding capacity of starch-based adhesives. Starch-based adhesives are derived from roots, seed, and stalks of staple crops, such as corn, rice, tapioca, wheat, and potato. Starch-based adhesives majorly find use in wood and furniture applications. Considerable research has been done in recent years to boost the bonding capability of starch-based adhesives. Roots, seeds, and stalks of staple crops like wheat, corn, tapioca, rice, and potato are used to make starch-based adhesives. The majority of starch-based adhesives are used in wood and furniture applications.
The APAC bio-adhesives market is segmented into China, Japan, India, and Rest of APAC. APAC is expected to be the fastest-growing market during the forecast period, in terms of volume. This is due to the high economic growth rate, increasing standard of living, rise in disposable income, and a surge in construction, packaging, medical, personal care, and other industries. These countries have well-established and sustainable economies, enabling heavy investment in research & development (R&D) activities, thereby aiding the innovation and development of new technologies. From 2018 to 2021, the region has witnessed significant investment in technology, which has helped the region to hold a major market share.
The key players of the global bioadhesives market report include- Henkel AG & Co., Ashland Inc., Adhbio, Paramelt B.V., Arkema SA, Ecosynthetix Inc., Dow Chemical Company, Danimer Scientific LLC, 3M Company, Yparex B.V., Adhesives Research Inc., Cryolife Inc., and Bioadhesive Alliance Inc.
Key Segments of the Global Bioadhesives Market
Type Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Million)
- Plant Based
- Animal Based
Application Overview 2018-2028 (USD Million)
- Paper & Packaging
- Personal care
Regional Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Million)
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
Middle East and Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East and Africa
- Rest of South America