Category: Investment, Water
August 20, 2018 (www.waternewswire.com) Demand for consumer water treatment systems in the Asia/Pacific region is expected to show gains of 9.0% per year through 2022 to $10.3 billion. Driven by advances in China and India, the growth rate is the second fastest of any region in the world after the Africa/Mideast region. These and other trends are presented in Global Consumer Water Treatment Systems, 3rd Edition, a new study from The Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm.
Gains will be supported by continued market penetration in the emerging regions as a result of:
However, widespread poverty in many of these countries will limit potential gains. Additionally, competition from other low-cost methods of treatment like boiling water, which often reassures people that they are drinking clean water, will limit growth as well. Efforts to educate consumers on the limitations of this practice will aid gains going forward.
Sales gains in more developed countries will result from consumers upgrading to new, higher level treatment systems. Systems with advanced electronics and features will entice previous customers to upgrade to new systems. Markets like South Korea benefit from a large rental market for consumer water treatment systems, which allows consumers to access more expensive systems and spread out their cost over time.
Global Consumer Water Treatment Systems, 3rd Edition (published 7/2018, 448 pages) is available for $6400 from The Freedonia Group. For further details or to arrange an interview with the analyst, please contact Corinne Gangloff by phone 440.684.9600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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