Antifreeze Market Size to Reach $8.76 Billion by 2025 | CAGR: 6.6%: Grand View Research, Inc.


Antifreeze Market Size to Reach $8.76 Billion by 2025 | CAGR: 6.6%: Grand View Research, Inc.

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SAN FRANCISCO, September 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —

The global antifreeze market is expected to reach USD 8.76 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing automotive sector in emerging economies including China, India, Indonesia, South Korea and Mexico is expected to drive market demand.

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Rising concerns in protecting automotive engines and radiators against overheating, freezing and corrosion is expected to drive the demand for antifreeze. Increasing demand for passenger cars & light weight commercial vehicles in China & India coupled with favorable government policies on automotive development and manufacturing is expected to create immense market potential.

Organic acid technology (OAT) accounted for over 51% of the global volume share in 2016. High demand for coolants based on minimally depleting carboxylate technology as substitutes for conventional antifreeze based on silicates, nitrates, phosphates and amines is expected to translate into rapid industry growth over the forecast period.

Aerospace accounted for the second largest application sector. Growing commercial aerospace subsector coupled with increasing defense budgets by countries including UK, Middle Eastern Countries, Japan, France, India and China will promote industry growth.

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Antifreeze Market Analysis, By Product (Ethylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin), By Technology (OAT, IAT, HOAT), By Application (Automotive, Aerospace, Industrial) And Segment Forecasts, 2014 – 2025


Further key findings from the report suggest: 

  • Ethylene Glycol based antifreeze were the dominant product segment and accounted for 54.7% of the total market share in 2016 owing to increasing usage in deicing, prevention of radiator overheating and protection against radiator freezing.
  • Asia Pacific accounted for the largest share in 2016 and is anticipated to show substantial growth considering increasing demand for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles mainly in China and India.
  • The European aerospace market is expected to witness the maximum growth owing to the immense investments made in aerospace R&D and presence of abundant players in countries including Germany, France, UK, Sweden and Poland.
  • In March 2015, Rechochem launched HD diesel coolants for high heat engines. The company plans on expanding its existent diesel coolant product line by introducing new products using the RECO Blue technology so as to meet the demand and product specifications.
  • The industrial heat transfer and cooling system on HVAC equipment market is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period owing to the increasing demand in end use industries including residential, industrial, commercial and automotive. This will drive the demand for antifreeze in HVAC equipment.
  • Stringent regulatory framework regarding antifreeze disposal & recycling has compelled manufacturers to adopt environment-friendly, sustainable materials & products in the automotive industry.
  • The presence of major players in the market including Royal Dutch Shell, ExxonMobil Corporation, Chevron Philips Corporation, Sinopec, Total S.A., Kost USA, Motul, Ashland Corporation, British Petroleum PLC., Lukoil, Petronas, BASF, Duetsche Pentosin and SONAX is expected to augment industry size.

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Grand View Research has segmented the global antifreeze market on the basis of product, technology, application, and region: 

  • Product Outlook (Volume, Million Gallons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2025)

    • Ethylene Glycol Based
    • Propylene Glycol Based
    • Glycerin Based
  • Technological Outlook (Volume, Million Gallons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2025)

    • OAT (Organic Acid Technology)
    • IAT (Inorganic Acid Technology)
    • HOAT (Hybrid Organic Acid Technology)
  • Application Outlook (Volume, Million Gallons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2025)

    • Automotive
    • Aerospace
    • Industrial heat transfer and cooling systems
  • Regional Outlook (Volume, Million Gallons; Revenue, USD Million, 2014 – 2025)

    • North America

      • U.S.
    • Europe

      • Germany
    • Asia Pacific

      • China
    • Central & South America
      • Brazil
    • Middle East & Africa 

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CareerBuilder Reveals 7 Trends Driving U.S. Job Growth in New Labor Market Study


CareerBuilder Reveals 7 Trends Driving U.S. Job Growth in New Labor Market Study

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CHICAGO and ATLANTA, Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – With millions of Americans looking for work, CareerBuilder is releasing new research that identifies seven major trends that have significantly influenced job creation over the last seven years (2010-2017). The study also highlights occupations that have benefitted from these trends and grown at an accelerated rate post-recession.

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“At the heart of different factors shaping labor market dynamics today is this idea of constant connectivity,” said Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder and co-author of The Talent Equation. “The ability to connect with people or data anytime, anywhere speeds up technology innovation and medical advancements, bridges global markets and local communities, changes lifestyles and consumer expectations, and gives people more control over when and how they work. All of these trends in turn create a wide range of jobs.”   

The study is based on data from Emsi, CareerBuilder’s labor market analysis arm which aggregates information from multiple national and local employment resources. While there are numerous factors that will contribute to employment shifts, for the purposes of this study, CareerBuilder focused on a specific set of trends that have played some part in the growth of different occupations. Examples of impacted occupations are included under each trend with job growth rates from 2010 to 2017.

  1. Rapid Technology Innovation – Technology touches almost everything we do, and the pace of innovation continues to accelerate. From an endless selection of apps to inventions in machine learning, artificial intelligence, robotics and 3-D printing, technology is introducing new possibilities for business and everyday life.
    1. Software developers (applications) added 201,961 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 31 percent increase.
    2. Software developers (systems software) added 74,813 jobs, a 21 percent increase.
    3. Computer and information systems managers added 67,748 jobs, a 22 percent increase.
  2. The On-Demand Culture – Consumers have developed a “right now” mentality. With 24/7 access to the Internet, consumers expect information to be delivered on demand in bite-sized pieces, they expect purchases to happen with a click and they want deliverables the same day.
    1. Web developers added 44,558 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 34 percent increase.
    2. Light truck or delivery service drivers added 128,885 jobs, a 16 percent increase.
    3. Film and video editors added 9,647 jobs, a 30 percent increase.
  3. Lifestyle Changes – Americans are becoming more health-conscious and focusing on self-improvement, and there is a greater emphasis on planning for the long-term.
    1. Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors added 58,482 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 22 percent increase.
    2. Self-enrichment education teachers added 63,251 jobs, a 19 percent increase.
    3. Personal financial advisors added 35,056 jobs, a 16 percent increase.
  4. The Gig Economy – With the advent of Uber, Airbnb, TaskRabbit and others, more people are going to work for themselves and take on freelance assignments. 
    1. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs added 81,687 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 35 percent increase.
    2. Chefs and head cooks added 29,948 jobs, a 24 percent increase.
    3. Graphic designers added 24,895 jobs, a 9 percent increase.
  5. Globalization – Global markets are far more accessible and intertwined. Companies are moving beyond borders, serving customers in different time zones and languages with different market needs.         
    1. Customer service representatives added 388,961 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 16 percent increase.
    2. Interpreters and translators added 21,646 jobs, a 36 percent increase.
    3. Market research analysts and marketing specialists added 125,338 jobs, a 26 percent increase.
  6. Medical Advancements – New discoveries in medicine are increasing survival rates, enabling people to manage chronic conditions more effectively and are extending life spans.
    1. Registered nurses added 334,757 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 13 percent increase.
    2. Home health aides added 256,459 jobs, a 35 percent increase.
    3. Physical therapists added 42,001 jobs, a 21 percent increase.
  7. The Race to Rebuild – From the government’s investment in infrastructure to families renovating their homes, there is a growing movement to rebuild and repair.
    1. Construction laborers added 228,375 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 20 percent increase.
    2. Plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters added 84,250 jobs, a 21 percent increase.
    3. Electricians added 98,753 jobs, a 17 percent increase.

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Paramed Medical Systems: A Study from AECC Bournemouth Demonstrates the Advantages of Upright MRI


Paramed Medical Systems: A Study from AECC Bournemouth Demonstrates the Advantages of Upright MRI

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GENOA, Italy, Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – A recent publication by AECC (Anglo European College of Chiropractic) in Bournemouth, based on their experience with the Paramed MROpen Upright MRI scanner, describes the benefits of MRI scans in upright position, as well as the advantages for claustrophobic and anxious patients.

Evidence of changes in weight-bearing acquisitions and correlated pathologies

Paramed Medical Systems designs, manufactures and markets the MROpen Upright MRI scanner, the world’s only superconductive MRI with an “open sky” magnet design that allows scanning patients both upright and in the position of symptoms, besides increasing patient acceptance, making MRI available for patients who would otherwise have no chance of getting an MRI scan.

The MROpen scanner is completely different to any other type of MR scanner I have ever worked on” explains Mel Jones, MRI Superintendent Radiographer “It has given us the opportunity to scan those who would have previously been unable to have MR imaging, and this can only be a positive in helping in the onward care of patients. MROpen has also opened up new avenues of research in upright scanning

Patient with claustrophobia, or unable to lie supine

An open upright MRI scanner can accommodate patients with severe claustrophobia, certain deformities and conditions that would prevent them from lying supine.

  •       Up to 10% of the population are claustrophobic at some point during their lives
  •       Patient rejection (MRI exam being refused or abandoned) rate is on average 2.3% but can be as high as 15% for some centers –based on NHS figures (2014) for MRI activity this would equate 32,892 patients failing to complete or even start their MRI scan
  •       With an increase in MRI referrals of about 12% per year, this problem becomes more and more relevant

Upright and Multi-position imaging of the spine and joints

Many patients have pain only when sitting or standing, or indeed in flexion or extension.

By retrospectively assessing positional scanning over a seven-month period, AECC’s MRI staff were able to identify some interesting findings:

AECC’s clinical staff conclusions:

  •          Upright scanning is an invaluable and innovative modality for key groups of patients who may otherwise not benefit from MRI diagnosis
  •          Upright MRI can provide key clinical information and even detection of pathologies not seen in traditional supine studies
  •          As research continues into the benefits of postural scanning, there will undoubtedly be new applications identified for which Upright MRI is uniquely suited




Evidence of changes in weight-bearing acquisitions and correlated pathologies

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