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    Industrial Chemical Manufacturing Industry Profile

    Report Page Length: 10-12
    Last Quarterly Update: 12/14/2020
    SIC Codes: 2812, 2813, 2816, 2819, 2865, 2869
    NAICS Codes: 3251
    Chapters Include:
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    Excerpt from Industrial Chemical Manufacturing Industry Profile

    Companies in this industry manufacture gases, dyes and pigments, chlorine and caustic soda, sulfuric and nitric acids, and organic chemicals. Major companies include BASF (Germany), Dow (US), Formosa Petrochemical Corporation (Taiwan), Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (Japan), Shell (the Netherlands), SABIC (Saudi Arabia), Sinopec Group (China), and TOTAL (France).

    The global industrial chemical manufacturing industry generates about $4 trillion in annual revenue. China, the US, Japan, and Germany produce the most chemicals and are among the largest importers of chemicals. Countries in Asia and the Middle East are being targeted for industry growth.

    The US industrial chemical manufacturing industry includes about 2,400 establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) with combined annual revenue of about $218 billion. Key growth drivers include output in major end-use markets such as automotive manufacturing and construction.


    Demand depends on the overall strength of the economy, because most industrial chemicals are used in the manufacture of more-complicated products like fibers, plastics, paints, and paper. The profitability of individual companies is closely linked to efficient operations, because most products are commodities. Big producers have large economies of scale in production, which is why some chemicals are made by just a handful of companies. Small companies can compete effectively by making specialized or highly-purified products.

    The US industry is concentrated: the 50 largest companies generate about 70% of revenue. Specific market segments are often dominated by just a handful of ...

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