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The development trend of diphenylamine manufacturers
In 2016, the global market value of diphenylamine was 134 million U.S. dollars and is expected to reach 268 million U.S. dollars by the end of 2023, with a growth rate of 10.36% from 2016 to 2023.
The statement studied the diphenylamine market. What is diphenylamine? Please listen to Xiaobian’s explanation:
Diphenylamine (DPA) is a solid crystalline organic compound with a floral fragrance. It can be off-white, tan or brown/amber. The color of the material depends on the amount and time of exposure to air and light. not soluble in water. Diphenylamine is mainly used in synthetic rubber antioxidants, dyes, pharmaceutical intermediates, lubricant antioxidants and gunpowder stabilizers.
The main raw material of diphenylamine is aniline. In the past few years, the aniline market has undergone tremendous changes. The price of diphenylamine also varies according to the production cost of aniline. Rubber antioxidants and lubricant antioxidants are important applications of diphenylamine, accounting for 66.02% of the market share in 2016. Diphenylamine can also be used as a stabilizer for dyes, drugs and gunpowder. The consumption of diphenylamine is mainly concentrated in China, the United States and Europe, which are also the main production areas of rubber antioxidants and lubricant antioxidants.
In the last century, the production of diphenylamine in the world has reached more than 100,000 tons per year. With increasing attention to DPA safety and environmental issues, many companies have stopped producing diphenylamine. Currently, there are only four leading companies on three continents. Chemtura is a large diphenylamine supplier with a market share of 45.12% in 2016. Feiya Chemical is a large Asian manufacturer with a market share of 32.54%.
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