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The global superabsorbent polymers market size was valued at USD 10.29 billion in 2022. The market is projected to grow from USD 11.03 billion in 2023 to USD 18.16 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 7.4% during the forecast period.

Superabsorbent Polymers (SAP) possess an impressive capacity to absorb aqueous fluids, ranging from 300 to 500 times their own weight. These polymers find widespread application in various sectors, including personal hygiene, medical, and agriculture, where their exceptional fluid absorption properties are highly valuable. Fortune Business Insights presents this information in their report titled "Global Superabsorbent Polymers Market, 2023–2030."

COVID-19 Impact

Market Stabilized During Pandemic due to Moderate Demand


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Drivers and Restraints

Rising Geriatric Population Boosts Demand for Adult Incontinence Products

Regional Insights

Asia Pacific Emerges as Market Leader Fueled by Government Programs and Growing Demand

North America showcases a remarkable adoption of personal hygiene products among its population. Moreover, the region's expanding elderly population is expected to play a pivotal role in driving market growth, particularly in the segment of adult incontinence products, in the coming years.

Competitive Landscape

Key Companies Invest in Recycled Material for Sustainable Production

Leading players in the superabsorbent polymers industry are collaborating to incorporate recycled raw materials into the production process, demonstrating their commitment to sustainability. In response to the increased prices of raw materials, major players in the market have recently announced a price hike.

Major Players Profiled in the Report:

  • Sumitomo Seika Chemicals (Japan)

  • Nippon Shokubai (Japan)

  • Sanyo Chemical/SDP Global (Japan)

  • BASF (Germany)

  • Evonik (Germany)

  • LG Chem (South Korea)

  • Taiwan Plastics (Taiwan)

  • Yixing Danson (China)

  • Satellite Science & Technology (China)

  • Shenghong Holding Group (China)

  • Quan Zhou Technology (China)

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