Global Aerosol Overview
volume reduction mousses, cosmeceutical hair styling products,
thermal protection hair sprays and anti-aging hair sprays
are some of the new products that have gained considerable
consumer interest. The global hair spray market was valued at
$3.73 billion in 2015 and is likely to grow at a CAGR of 19.1%
during the forecast period. Further, the report states that stringent
government regulations will be a challenge for the market.
According to Grand View Research, demand for aerosol
personal care applications accounted for over 36% of global
consumption in 2015 on account of considerable growth of
deodorant use driven by significant consumer lifestyle changes,
primarily in Asia Pacific. In addition, rising spending on personal
hygiene products is expected to drive growth.
Global household aerosols are expected to register a
CAGR of over 6% from 2016 to 2025 on account of
rising penetration of household applications including
surface/floor cleaners, insect sprays, stain removers,
pre-wash sprays, shoe polish, starch and water
repellents for leather and fabric. Can manufacturers
reported to SPRAY that fillings of air fresheners have
grown significantly in the past few years.
Growing use of hydrocarbons such as pentane
and iso-butane for household products is expected to
bolster the demand, says Grand View Research.
Spray Paint & Industrial
The growing use of aerosol products such as adhesives, sealants,
industrial cleaners and lubricants is expected to propel demand
over the next nine years. In addition, favorable policies aimed
at promoting investments in construction and automotive
industries are likely to drive demand.
Increasing urbanization coupled with rapid infrastructural
development in the emerging economies of Asia Pacific is
expected to drive the demand for spray paints, leading to an
increasing growth of the market over the next nine years.
The increasing use of spray painting technology in the automotive
sector is expected to boost the aerosol market. Increasing
inclination towards preventive maintenance in industrial &
automotive applications aimed at reducing production cost is
expected to drive demand for adhesives, sealants and lubricants
in the near future. In addition, increasing technological
developments leading to the production of advanced aerosols
is expected to benefit growth, says Grand View Research. This
year, due to the cold and rainy spring in the U.S., suppliers tell
SPRAY that the spray paint market is down.
U.S. aerosol statistics appear in SPRAY’s June 2017 issue.
Reports concerning international aerosol statistics appear
individually within issues throughout the calendar year.
20 Spray September 2017
Summa coffee concentrate
in an aerosol
The food sector is expected to witness significant gains regarding
volume, at a CAGR of 3.5% from 2015 to 2022. This was
confirmed by can manufacturers SPRAY spoke with who saw an
uptick in the production of aerosol food products. The growth
of the food and beverage industry—whipped cream, cooking
oil, salad dressing, ketchup, mustard, icing, colorants, cheese
spreads and coffee powders—in the emerging markets of Brazil,
India and China, because of increasing domestic consumption
and changing eating habits, is expected to have a positive
BAMA reaches out, reaches in…
In 2016, the Executive Committees of the Aerosol Manufacturers’
Association of South Africa (AMA) and the British Aerosol Manufacturers’
Association (BAMA) agreed to enter into a Reciprocal
Agreement between the two associations. BAMA executives
visited South Africa in September, when the final sign-off on the
agreement and full explanation
of the intent and benefits to all
members was presented.
In 2017, The Aerosol Association
of Australia and BAMA signed
a reciprocal cooperation agreement
that will see the two associations work together to share
information and cooperate on a range of initiatives, including in
the areas of sustainability and training.
Back in the UK, BAMA welcomed its 9th new member of
2017—Springfield Solutions, a brand management, digital print
and interactive media provider based in East Yorkshire.
“I am delighted to welcome Springfield Solutions on board as
a member,” said Amy Falvey, BAMA Membership Manager. “As
BAMA’s first member in the labeling sector, it is indicative of our
increasingly broad membership base.”
Other new members that have joined BAMA in 2017 include:
Grundon Waste Management; Lemonpath Contract Packing & Logistics;
Sarten Packaging; Lisam Systems Ltd; Emissco; Melpass
Ltd; Exponent International; and Airpure International Ltd.—bringing
the total number of members to 84.