Animal Disinfectants Market

Market Leaders: Major Players are Focusing on Product Launches and Acquisitions to Strengthen their Market Position in Animal Disinfectants Market

According to MarketsandMarkets, The animal disinfectants market is projected to reach USD 4.9 billion by 2028 from USD 3.4 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 7.7% during the forecast period in terms of value. The demand for animal disinfectants is rising globally due to factors such as animal health and hygiene awareness, government regulations, and the need to prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases. With the increasing awareness of animal diseases and the need to maintain good health and hygiene, the use of disinfectants has become crucial in the livestock industry. Additionally, governments worldwide are imposing regulations on the use of disinfectants to prevent the spread of diseases. Furthermore, the rise in industrial livestock farming practices has increased the need for animal disinfectants.

The key players in this market include Neogen Corporation (US), GEA Group (Germany), Lanxess  (Germany), Zoetis (US), Solvay (Belgium), Stockmeier Group (Germany), Kersia Group (France), Ecolab (US), Albert Kerbl GmbH (Germany), PCC Group (Germany), G ShepherdAnimal Health (UK), Sanosil AG (Switzerland), DeLaval Inc. (Sweden), Diversey Holdings Ltd. (US), and Fink Tec GmbH (Germany).

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Neogen Corporation (US), Neogen Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets a diverse line of products dedicated to animal and food safety. The company's products are marketed by its own sales personnel in countries such as the US, Canada, Mexico, Central America, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, the UK, China, India, and Australia. The company also has partnered with distributors to expand its presence globally. In December 2021, Neogen Corporation acquired Delf (UK) Ltd., a manufacturer and supplier of animal hygiene and industrial cleaning products based in the United Kingdom. Delf is a select member of the Iodine Registration Group (IRG), allowing it to supply Article 95 PVP-iodine and iodine-based biocidal products to the animal hygiene markets in the United Kingdom and the European Union. In April 2020, Neogen Corporation launched a peroxyacetic acid-based disinfectant cleaner that is EPA approved to clean and treat poultry and livestock drinking water lines. In addition to this, Peraside 15 is also used to control bacteria and algae in wastewater treatment systems. With this Neogen has introduced its first ever peroxyacetic acid-based product and has added one more in the disinfectants category.

GEA Group (Germany), GEA Group is among the largest technology suppliers for food processing and a wide range of other industries, including chemicals, dairy farming and processing, home and personal care, leisure and sport, transportation, utilities, and other applications. The company operates in various industries, including food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, chemical processing, and energy. With over 18,000 employees worldwide, GEA is known for providing innovative solutions and technology across its diverse portfolio. In May 2020, SalvoSpray AMS, launched a modified version of the SalvoSpray, is a sprayable dipping agent specially designed for in-line dipping and spraying in AMS (Automated Milking Systems). The ready-to-use solution is based on lactic acid and ensures effective disinfection and care of the teats immediately after milking. The company is expanding its teat disinfectants product portfolio with this launch.

Lanxess (Germany), Lanxess is a key player operating in the chemicals industry. The company develops, manufactures, and markets chemical intermediates, specialty chemicals, and plastics worldwide. It operates in four segments—advanced intermediates, specialty additives, consumer protection, and all other segments. The company provides animal disinfectants products under the consumer protection segment. Since 2020, the company offers a wide range of biosecurity disinfectants and specialty chemicals under the consumer protection segment, which is modern formulated cleaning and disinfection products to maintain the farm animals and farm clean and hygiene. Before 2020, biosecurity disinfectants were under the performance chemical segment. The company has a wide regional network along with 11 distribution centers that monitor the distribution network activities across the globe. In August 2021, Lanxess acquired the microbial control business of US-based group IFF. Lanxess has strengthen its specialty chemicals portfolio to expand areas of disinfectants, personal care, and material protection through this acquisition. Similarly in April 2021, Lanxess completed the acquisition of Theseo Group, one of the leading animal health and biosecurity solutions manufacturers. With the acquisition, Lanxess could expect a significant expansion of its portfolio of animal husbandry products with a new range of disinfection and hygiene solutions.

Zoetis (US), Zoetis discovers, develops, and manufactures animal health medicines and vaccines, complemented by diagnostic products, genetic tests, biodevices, and a range of services designed to meet the needs of veterinarians, livestock farmers, and companion animal owners. The company offers animal health products such as anti-infectives, vaccines, parasiticides, medicated feed additives, other pharmaceuticals, and other non-pharmaceuticals for both companion animals and livestock. Zoetis operated as the animal health division of Pfizer (US) until its separation from the latter in February 2013, when it was spun off into an independent company. In September 2022, Zoetis acquired Jurox, which is a privately held firm that specializes in the development, production, and marketing of a variety of veterinary medications for use in treating both livestock and companion animals.  The acquisition of Jurox by Zoetis provides Zoetis with a valuable animal health portfolio that is well-positioned for an expanded global reach. Through this acquisition, Zoetis gains access to a range of important products that have strong growth potential in various markets around the world.

Solvay (Belgium), Solvay is a science company whose technologies improve many aspects of daily life. Its products and services include materials, chemicals, solutions and corporate & business services. The animal disinfectant products are provided under the chemicals segment of the company. The Solvay Chemicals unit is a global leader in producing and distributing several commodity chemicals, including soda ash, hydrogen peroxide, peracetic acid, persalts, barium and strontium carbonate, and caustic soda, as well as such specialty chemicals as fluorochemicals. The company currently exports its products to 64 countries worldwide through a network of distributors. The company focuses on sustainable innovations that directly and indirectly have the biggest positive impact and are in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The company boasts of its extensive R&D process, as open innovation has always been a key pillar for Solvay.

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