Today, aerosol sprays are gaining more attention than ever before due to their increased demand in various industries. One can witness a good production output due to the brisk demand of deodorants and other cosmetic products such as dry shampoos, foaming shower gels, and sun creams. All this contributes to more than satisfactory growth rates for the industry. The solvents in many aerosol sprays help improve product performance and extend shelf life, thereby helping them remain effective for a longer time.
There is a huge demand for spray cleaning and maintenance products in the automotive, electrical and electronics, healthcare equipment, and other manufacturing industries. Additionally, the demand from the promising pharmaceutical sector is still on the rise. As per some research, the Indian industrial aerosol market held a size of 66.1 million units in 2018 and is projected to reach 86.1 million units by 2024, witnessing a CAGR of 5.1% between 2019 and 2024. (1) Macroeconomic development, rising capital expenditure, and implementation of government reforms, which are expected to propel the demand for industrial aerosols in the foreseeable future are some of the major reasons behind the growth of aerosol products in the manufacturing industry.
Being made from metals, glass, or plastics such as PET, aerosol sprays are a very cost-effective product as they can be both recycled and reused. Apart from that, they are manufactured in accordance with environmental regulations for decomposition and recycling metal cans can save up to 74% of energy, leading to reduced energy consumption in product recycling. As a result, recycled cans cost less than newly manufactured cans.
In the automotive market, aerosol-based lubricants and sprays paints are used for a variety of applications including puncture repairing and friction and wear reduction in various parts of automobiles. This has created a high-volume product base for industrial aerosols which is definitely a positive sign for aerosol spray manufacturers. According to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), vehicle production in India is 6.26% higher in 2018 as compared to 2017. (2) And as the production of passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles is increasing day by day, the end-user base for automotive aerosols is expected to witness an increase as well.
In India, micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) contributed around 6.1% in 2018 of the manufacturing gross domestic product (GDP) and 24.6% of the GDP from service activities, and 33.4% of India’s manufacturing output, according to Confederation of Indian Industry or CII. (3) This sector has had a consistent growth of 10% in recent years. Due to the elevated costs of high-quality aerosol and maintenance products, businesses used general cleaning products, such as detergents and soaps but with the increasing market penetration of cost-competitive products the MSMEs have started adopting aerosols and its usage is going to expand further in the coming years.
Apart from the automobile industry, the aerosol spray manufacturers are witnessing an increase in demand from end-use industries such as healthcare, cosmetic and personal care, food and beverages, etc. Today, everybody wants to have a good body, hair, and skin as a result of which the cosmetics and personal care industry is booming every day. This is why the demand for aerosol sprays is also increasing in the personal care industry.
Every industry longs for a high-quality and cost-effective product, this is where aerosol manufacturing companies come into play. These industries are fulfilling the demands of their customers by providing them with the features they desire in a product.
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