Booming industrialization will lead to fourishing lubricants market in India.




The size of lubricants market has anticipated as 37.73 million tons in the year 2014 and is predicted to touch 47.75 million tons till 2022, rising with a CAGR of 2.9% between the years 2015 to 2022 as per the research done by Global Market Insights. Increase in demand in 3D printing along with medical appliances is likely to further fuel up the market. Talking about revenue collection, market touched USD 37 billion in the year 2014 and is likely to go beyond USD 74 billion till 2022, with an annual growth rate of 8.5%. The main purpose of lubricants is to reduce friction, thereby avoiding wear and tear in automotive parts like piston, connecting rods and shafts. Exponential growth in industrialization will definitely bring boom to lubricants market trend.

India along with Africa is the budding markets and India is likely to enjoy a huge growth. In 2015, Petronas Lubricants International (PLI) had come up with $50 million blending plant in Maharashtra, India. According to Giuseppe Pedretti, Asia head of PLI, India is a prominent market in Asia region and they are planning to expedite their business in India. This industry is constructed on 25 acre and a production of 110 million liters is expected in a year. The factory is likely to start their business till the end of 2017.

Countries like India and China are noticing a significant expansion in sectors like metal forming, mining, machining and plastic industries and the demand of these sectors are likely to increase in near future. Indian market of lubricants is predicted to rise at a faster rate with an anticipated CAGR of beyond 11% between the years 2015 to 2022.

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Market size of fluids is likely to rise with a CAGR of 8.6% between the years 2015 to2022. These process oils have a wide utility in technical and chemical sectors for lubrication. Booming demand of chemicals especially in Asia Pacific region is likely to increase the productivity of fluids.

Prominent oil and gas industries like Shell, Sinopec British Petroleum and Idemitsu are integrated lubricant producers which focus on adequate supply of raw material for steady manufacturing of oils. With integrations, it becomes easier for these companies to expand their business. Most of the manufacturers have a contract with oil and gas industries for efficient supply of raw material. Depletion in crude oil extraction has resulted in crisis of raw material and hence, many companies are emphasizing on refining techniques for uninterrupted raw material supply.