Salt Market Size, Share, Demand, Comprehensive Analysis [2022-2029] |…

Salt Market Size, Share, Demand, Comprehensive Analysis [2022-2029] |…


PUNE, India, Sept. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Fortune Business Insights in a report titled “salt market Size, proportion and segmentation analysis, by type (rock salt, salt in brine, solar salt, vacuum pan salt), by source (brine, salt mines), by application (chemical processing, deicing, water treatment, oil and gas). , Agriculture, Flavorings, Other) and Regional Forecast, 2022-2029.”

The increasing demand for salt for the chemical industry should enable rapid expansion of the market. The growing demand for chlor-alkali chemicals is expected to fuel the healthy growth of the market.

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The report lists the major companies operating in the salt market:

  • AkzoNobel
  • Cargil
  • Compass Minerals
  • K+S
  • Solvay
  • National Salt Industry of China
  • Atisale

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Scope and segmentation of the report:

report coverage details
forecast period 2022-2029
base year 2021
Historical data 2018-2020
region covered North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa and Rest of the World
Covered Segments By type, end user, and regional insights
Growth drivers of the salt market Significant demand from the manufacturing industry to enable rapid expansion
Expansion of Solvay’s production capacity to facilitate business opportunities

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