The Asia-Pacific area is expected to be the fastest-growing market for animal decontaminant. The presence of a high cattle population in the region drives demand for animal-based food products, which is fueled by expanding urbanization and rising income levels, prompting consumers to choos
The global animal disinfectants market
size is estimated to be valued at USD 3.2 billion in 2022. It is projected to reach USD 4.6 billion by 2027, recording a CAGR of 7.6% during the forecast period. The market has promising growth potential due to several factors, including the rising awareness regarding hygiene and sanitation amidst this COVID-19 pandemic and increasing demand for meat and other animal products.
Key players in this market include Neogen Corporation (US), GEA (Germany), Lanxess AG (Germany), Zoetis (US), Kersia Group (France), CID Lines (Belgium), Albert Kerbl GmbH (Germany), PCC Group (Germany), Laboratoires Ceetel- CMPC (France), G SheperdAnimal Health (UK), Sanosil AG (Switzerland), DeLaval Inc. (Sweden), Diversey Holdings Ltd. (US), Fink Tec GmbH (Germany), Evans Vanodine International PLC (UK), Virox Animal Health (Canada) and Kemin Industries (US)
Neogen is a company focused to animal food safety that develops, manufactures, and markets a wide range of products. In nations such as the United States and Mexico Central America, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, the UK, China, India, and Australia, the companys products are sold by its own salespeople. To grow its global reach, the company has partnered with distributors.
The creation, manufacture, marketing, and sale of veterinary devices, medications, and testing services are all part of the Neogen animal safety business. The bulk of these consumables are sold by veterinarians retailers, livestock producers, and animal health product distributors. The companys portfolio for this disinfectant sector includes a wide range of active chemicals that target specific diseases and a wide pH range for a variety of applications for different types of applications, with cleaners and disinfectants specifically designed to be used in animal environments.
In April 2021, NEOGEN Corporation acquired Delf (UK) Ltd., a manufacturer, and supplier of animal hygiene and industrial cleaning products based in the United Kingdom.
GEA is among the largest technology suppliers for food processing and a wide range of other industries, including chemicals, dairy farming processing, home personal care, leisure sport, transportation, utilities, and other applications.
The GEA Group is involved in the creation, innovation, and marketing of a variety of food processing and a wide range of other industries, including chemicals, dairy farming processing, home personal care, leisure sport, transportation, utilities, and other applications. Business area equipment’s and business area solutions are the two business segments in which the company operates. GEA Group is increasing its process technology capabilities over the world by implementing strategies such as new product launches, expansions, and acquisitions. The operations of company are classified across different verticals through which the company operates, including Food Solutions, Farm Technologies, Mechanical Equipment, Process Engineering, and Refrigeration Technologies. The Food Solutions segment involves activities that feature standardized and customer-specific equipment. Under dairy farming, the company offers a range of animal health and hygiene products, which range from udder hygiene to hoof hygiene to bedding conditioners.
Zoetis discovers, develops, and manufactures animal health medicines and vaccines, complemented by diagnostic products, genetic tests, biodevices, and a range of services designed to meet the needs of veterinarians, livestock farmers, and companion animal owners. The company offers animal health products such as anti-infectives, vaccines, parasiticides, medicated feed additives, other pharmaceuticals, and other non-pharmaceuticals for both companion animals and livestock. Zoetis operated as the animal health division of Pfizer (US) until its separation from the latter in February 2013, when it was spun off into an independent company.
The Asia-Pacific area is expected to be the fastest-growing market for animal decontaminant. The presence of a high cattle population in the region drives demand for animal-based food products, which is fueled by expanding urbanization and rising income levels, prompting consumers to choose animal-based protein sources. Due to factors such as a focus on improving meat quality and different public health initiatives encouraging the intake of animal protein sources, pork and poultry are widely consumed in India and China. As a result of these positive demand dynamics, the animal husbandry industry is on a strong growth path. China, contributes significantly to the region’s leading position, with Thailand and Indonesia being the emerging feed producing countries, while India and Japan are witnessing a constant growth in feed production.