Inorganic Pigments Market - Forecast(2022 - 2027)

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Inorganic Pigments Market Overview

Inorganic Pigments market size is forecast to reach US$17.3 billion by 2026, after growing at a CAGR of 4.8% during 2021-2026 owing to their usage in paints and coatings. Inorganic pigments are insoluble solid materials that do not contain carbon and improve the appearance of or give color to a medium. They consist of dry ground minerals, usually metals and metallic salts. Because of their composition, inorganic pigments are usually more opaque and more insoluble than organic pigments. Inorganic pigments are preferred for their lightfastness and low cost. Inorganic pigments tend to be a popular choice in the industry and the most commonly used pigments are titanium dioxide, carbon black, and iron oxide. They impart a palette of colors such as red, blue, green, yellow, brown, black, orange, purple, etc. Inorganic color pigments are used worldwide for coloring in paints & coatings, inks, food, cosmetics, and plastics among others. The growth of the construction industry is expected to drive the growth of the inorganic pigments market during the forecast period.

COVID-19 Impact

The COVID-19 pandemic was a disaster of epic proportions that crippled economies and brought them to a complete standstill. Many industries are still reeling from its effect. Several manufacturing plants were shut down due to lockdowns and enforced stay-at-home mandates. However few industries remained resilient, the plastic industry, for instance. The early days of COVID-19, when attention was focused on the potential spread from surfaces, proved to be a particular boon for plastic bags. Plastics’ stability is also due to its perception of being resistant to COVID-19 transmission. According to a year-end report by the American Chemistry Council, plastic was the only segment of the U.S. chemistry industry to expand in 2020. Production of plastic resins, the building blocks of all plastic products, increased by 0.9% in the U.S. in 2020.  As inorganic pigments are widely used in plastics, the pandemic had a moderate impact on the inorganic pigments market.

Report Coverage

The report: “Inorganic Pigments Market – Forecast (2021-2026)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Inorganic Pigments Market.

By Type: Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Cadmium, Carbon Blank, Lead Chromate, Chromium Oxide and Others
By Colour: Red, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Black, White, and Others
By Chemistry: Oxide, Silicate, Carbonate, Sulphate, Sulphide, and Others
By Grade: Food Grade, Pharmaceutical Grade, Industrial Grade, and Others
By Form: Powder and Liquid
By Application: Plastics, Paints & Coatings, Printing Inks, Glass & Ceramics, Cosmetics, Paper Industry, Pharmaceuticals, Food Industry, and Others
By Geography: North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Russia, Belgium, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Rest of APAC), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Rest of South America), Rest of the World (Middle East, and Africa)

Key Takeaways

  • Asia-Pacific dominates the Inorganic Pigments market, owing to the increasing construction activities in the region. According to Invest India, by 2025, construction output is expected to grow on average by 7.1% each year. 
  • Inorganic pigments such as titanium dioxide, silicates, oxides, carbonates and hydroxides are used as colorants in pharmaceuticals to help identify and distinguish medicines. 
  • Inorganic pigments are used widely in paints and coatings where apart from being used as a colorant they also, improve the strength and adhesion of the paint.

Figure: Asia-Pacific Inorganic Pigments Market Revenue, 2020-2026 (US$ Billion)

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Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Type

The titanium dioxide segment held the largest share in the inorganic pigments market in 2020. Pure titanium dioxide is a fine, white powder that provides a bright, white pigment. Titanium dioxide has a wide range of applications in industrial and consumer products, paints and coatings, adhesives, paper, plastics and rubber, printing inks, coated fabrics and textiles, ceramics, floor coverings, roofing materials, cosmetics, toothpaste, soap, water treatment agents, pharmaceuticals, food colorants, automotive products, sunscreen, and catalysts. Pigment grade titanium dioxide accounts for over 98% of total production. Pigment-grade titanium dioxide is used in a range of applications that require high opacity and brightness. It can help minimize the brittleness, fading, and cracking that can occur in plastics, it is used in cosmetics to hide blemishes and brighten the skin, and it is used to coat paper, making it whiter, brighter, and opaque. Owing to its uses across different industries titanium dioxide is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period.

Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Colour

The white pigments segment held the largest share up to 25% in the inorganic pigments market in 2020. In paints and coatings, white pigments are the major contributors to formulations. They are used in white paints to make it look brighter. Apart from white paints, they are also used in colored paints to give a lighter shade. The available white pigments used in paints and coatings are white lead (lead carbonate), zinc oxide, antimony oxide, and titanium dioxide. The use of white lead has been restricted in paints and is no longer permitted due to toxicity issues. Titanium dioxide is the most common white pigment followed by zinc sulphide. Zinc sulphide is also widely used due to its brilliant white color, extremely fine texture, and relatively cheaper cost. Hence, white pigments are set to dominate the inorganic pigments market.

Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Chemistry

The oxide segment held the largest share of more than 20% in the inorganic pigments market in 2020. Iron oxide, zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, and chromium oxide are the commonly used inorganic oxide pigments. Iron oxide pigments, also known as iron-oxide earth pigments, comprise of both oxides and oxide hydroxides of iron. This group of pigments create earthy ochres, siennas, and umbers found most commonly in paints. Hematite is the most common iron oxide used for red-tone colors like sienna, while hydroxide goethite is found in yellow-tone ochres. Iron and manganese oxides are used to produce brown-tone umbers. Titanium dioxide is also known as titanium white. It is the most widely used white pigment because of its brightness and very high refractive index. In the 19th century, chromium oxide was used as enamel in porcelain factories, and in paintings. In the modern market, chromium compounds are used to produce vibrant yellows, oranges, and greens. Based on all these applications, the oxide segment is set to fuel the market growth of inorganic pigments.

Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Grade

The pharmaceutical grade held a significant share in the inorganic pigments market in 2020 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.1% during the forecast period. Many inorganic pigments are used in the pharmaceutical industry as colorants. The most common inorganic colorants for pharma are titanium dioxide, silicates, oxides, carbonates, and hydroxides. Opaque film coatings are possible with inorganic pigments. These colorants are highly dispersible and come with a prescribed amount of minerals after rigorous testing. Titanium dioxide is commonly used as pigment for pharmaceutical products such as gelatin capsules, tablet coatings, and syrups. Whether it is used to add whiteness or accentuate the boldness of other colors, titanium dioxide helps tablets stand out for both medical professionals and patients so that they are able to differentiate them. It is an essential component of the protective coating necessary to preserve the safety, efficacy, and quality of the active pharmaceutical ingredient, and provide shelf-life stability. Titanium dioxide offers protection for photosensitive ingredients, which could be damaged by visible light, and also ingredients that may be vulnerable to Ultraviolet (UV) light degradation. Iron oxide or ferric oxide red as it is known in the pharma industry is a coloring agent for tablets and capsules. Therefore, the pharmaceutical grade is set to fuel the growth of the inorganic pigments market.

Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Form

The powder segment held the largest share of more than 65% in the inorganic pigments market in 2020. Inorganic pigments are colored, black, white, or fluorescent particulate solids which usually are insoluble in, and essentially physically and chemically unaffected by, the vehicle or substrate in which they are incorporated. They alter the appearance by selective absorption and by scattering of light. They are usually dispersed in vehicles or substrates for application, as for instance in the manufacture of inks, paints, plastics, or other polymeric materials. Inorganic pigments are cost-effective, they have a simple production process and give a higher yield than organic pigments. They also exhibit excellent light resistance, heat resistance, etc. Inorganic pigments are suitable for architectural coatings, glass, ceramics, rubber, and plastics coloring. They are brightly colored, insoluble powders that are mixed with binders to attach them to a substrate. The resulting suspension, a paint, is used to coat materials and impart color onto them. Inorganic pigment powders are added to orange and potato skins, sausage casings, baked goods, candies, carbonated drinks, gelatin desserts, powdered drink mixes, and many other foods. Based on all these applications, the powder form is set to dominate the market during the forecast period.

Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Application

The paints and coatings segment held the largest share in the inorganic pigments market in 2020 and is growing at a CAGR of 4.6% during 2021-2026. Inorganic pigments are used in paint formulations to impart color, hide substrate and obliterate previous colors, improve the strength of the paint film, improve the adhesion of the paint film, reduce gloss and reduce the cost. White pigments are the major contributors to paint formulations. All white pigments are inorganic compounds of titanium, zinc, antimony, or lead. Currently, titanium dioxide is the most widely used white pigment in paints. A growing interest in various types of surfaces, such as industrial coating, coil coatings, floor coatings, marine coatings, automotive coatings, and can coatings, drives the market for inorganic pigments in paints & coatings segment. Colored pigments are used for color consistency and uniformity. Iron oxide is the most commonly used red pigment as a protective priming coat for steel rather than in paints. Yellow iron oxide gives opaque films high exterior durability. Calcium carbonate is the most widely used extender pigment. It is used throughout the range of water and solvent-based paints for both interior and exterior applications. Hence, paints and coatings are set to drive the inorganic pigments market. 

Inorganic Pigments Market Segment Analysis – By Geography

The Asia-Pacific region held the largest share in the Inorganic Pigments market in 2020 up to 40%, owing to the growing construction activities in the region. The demand for construction materials has been increasing across the globe particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, owing to the continuous rise in demand for housing. The Malaysian government to further encourage Malaysians to purchase their first home, in Budget 2021, proposed to waive the stamp duty on the instruments of transfer and loan agreements for the purchase of first residential homes up to 2025. In Japan, the construction of US$19 billion Chuo Shinkansen Maglev Rail Line is underway, with Phase 1 construction from Nagoya to Tokyo expected to be operational in 2027. In 2020, China started investing in new infrastructure programs. The pandemic propelled China to move rapidly towards a digital economy. New infrastructure has become essential in this process. The construction of a 5G network is a very promising investment. In this regard, 20 Chinese provinces in March 2020 decided to invest in this project, which includes industrial modernization and the introduction of innovative technologies. Digital technologies can help transform the agriculture, and construction industries. Therefore, it is important for China to quickly implement the construction of new infrastructure. A number of new information infrastructure projects related to artificial intelligence, 5G, and industrial internet have been launched in China. Due to the active growth of construction, demand and prices for building materials increased. According to the State Committee for the development and reform of the people's Republic of China, cement production in August this year increased by 6.6% in annual terms compared to July 2020, and in the same period last year, its growth rate was 3.6%. Inorganic color pigments are used as colorants in various construction materials. This boosts the demand for inorganic color pigments in the construction materials sector. Thus, with the growing building and construction industry, there will be an upsurge in the demand for paints and coatings, which is anticipated to drive the inorganic pigments market in the Asia-Pacific region.

Inorganic Pigments Market Drivers

Growth of Plastic Industry

A driver for the growth of the inorganic pigments market is the growth of the plastics industry. The unique and advantageous properties of plastics have enabled the material to be used as a substitute for wood, paper, and rubber. Inorganic color pigments are widely employed in the production of polymers that are used in the manufacture of plastic products. Iron oxide, chrome oxide, carbon black, oxide pigments, and ultramarine are the commonly used inorganic pigments in plastic. Carbon black is an important and versatile ingredient for plastics compounders. It contributes colour, opacity, electrical conductivity, and protection from ultra-violet degradation.  While the demand for plastics has declined from the automotive sector due to COVID-19, there has been growth in the packaging industry. The increasing demand for packaging materials from the food and beverage industry is driving plastic consumption worldwide as plastic acts as a barrier between food and the environment thus minimizing food spoilage and contamination. According to the Indian Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF), the plastic industry in India deals with more than 2,000 exporters. As of March 2021, India exported plastics raw materials worth USD 280.38 million, while the total export for the financial period April 2020 to March 2021 stood at USD 3.29 billion. An increase in plastic production acts as a driver for the inorganic color pigments market during the forecast period.

Flourishing Pharma Industry

From pink and yellow to blue and green, capsules and tablets are now available in a variety of colours. It helps the medical practitioner and pharmacists to identify the medicine. Inorganic pigments used in the pharma industry also make it easier for patients to gulp down medicine that otherwise looks unappealing for consumption. Bleed-resistant grade pigments are used in pharma to avoid spillage of contents due to the ingredients in the colour. The high stability of inorganic pigment colours and high particle dispersion make it a popular choice for the manufacture of pharma products. These inorganic pigments are non-toxic and have no physiological activity on the drug. Some of the applications of inorganic pigments in medication include the use of red and yellow iron oxide to give calamine a flesh colour, and the use of titanium dioxide in hard gelatin capsules to colour and opacify them. Thus, it is anticipated that with the flourishing pharma industry, there will be an upsurge in the demand for inorganic pigments market growth during the forecast period.

Inorganic Pigments Market Challenges

Regulation of Titanium dioxide

Titanium dioxide meets the most stringent of requirements governing the safety of medicines, including those set by the European pharmacopoeia, Japanese pharmacopoeia, and US pharmacopoeia. Titanium dioxide is identified by E171 in the food industry on the food standards additive list, governed by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). As a non-toxic mineral and food additive, the EFSA officially governs the use of E171 and declared it safe to ingest in September 2016, and reaffirmed its position in June 2018. In France, E171 was banned in 2021, based on evidence generated in rat studies, although the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) has said that this cannot be applied to humans. After conducting a review of all the relevant available scientific evidence, EFSA concluded that a concern for the genotoxicity of titanium dioxide particles cannot be ruled out. Based on this concern, EFSA’s experts no longer consider titanium dioxide safe when used as a food additive. This could have a snowball effect on the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry in Europe. Such factors have become a challenge for titanium dioxide and also affect the inorganic pigments which constrain the growth of the market.

Inorganic Pigments Market Landscape

Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Inorganic Pigments market. Inorganic Pigments market top companies include:

  • EI du Pont de Nemours and Company
  • LANXESS
  • Ferro Corporation
  • BASF SE
  • Huntsman International LLC
  • DIC Corporation
  • Heubach GmbH
  • Cristal Global
  • Tronox Limited
  • Rockwood Company, LLC

Acquisitions/Technology Launches

  • In August 2021, LANXESS completed the acquisition of the U.S.-based specialty chemicals manufacturer Emerald Kalama Chemical for US$ 1.04 billion. The acquisition strengthens Lanxess' portfolio for the plastics, paints, and coatings as well as adhesives industries. 

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1. Inorganic Pigments Market- Market Overview
    1.1 Definitions and Scope
2. Inorganic Pigments Market - Executive Summary
    2.1 Key Trends by Type
    2.2 Key Trends by Colour
    2.3 Key Trends by Chemistry
    2.4 Key Trends by Grade
    2.5 Key Trends by Form
    2.6 Key Trends by Application
    2.7 Key Trends by Geography
3. Inorganic Pigments Market – Comparative analysis
    3.1 Market Share Analysis- Major Companies
    3.2 Product Benchmarking- Major Companies
    3.3 Top 5 Financials Analysis
    3.4 Patent Analysis- Major Companies
    3.5 Pricing Analysis (ASPs will be provided)
4. Inorganic Pigments Market - Startup companies Scenario Premium Premium
    4.1 Major startup company analysis:
        4.1.1 Investment
        4.1.2 Revenue
        4.1.3 Product portfolio
        4.1.4 Venture Capital and Funding Scenario
5. Inorganic Pigments Market – Industry Market Entry Scenario Premium Premium
    5.1 Regulatory Framework Overview
    5.2 New Business and Ease of Doing Business Index
    5.3 Successful Venture Profiles
    5.4 Customer Analysis – Major companies
6. Inorganic Pigments Market - Market Forces
    6.1 Market Drivers
    6.2 Market Constraints
    6.3 Porters Five Force Model
        6.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
        6.3.2 Bargaining Powers of Buyers
        6.3.3 Threat of New Entrants
        6.3.4 Competitive Rivalry
        6.3.5 Threat of Substitutes
7. Inorganic Pigments Market – Strategic Analysis
    7.1 Value/Supply Chain Analysis
    7.2 Opportunity Analysis
    7.3 Product/Market Life Cycle
    7.4 Distributor Analysis – Major Companies
8. Inorganic Pigments Market – By Type (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    8.1 Titanium Dioxide
    8.2 Iron Oxide
    8.3 Cadmium
    8.4 Carbon Black
    8.5 Lead Chromate
    8.6 Chromium Oxide
    8.7 Others
9. Inorganic Pigments Market – By Colour (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    9.1 Red
    9.2 Yellow
    9.3 Orange
    9.4 Green
    9.5 Blue
    9.6 Black
    9.7 White
    9.8 Others
10. Inorganic Pigments Market – By Chemistry (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    10.1 Oxide
    10.2 Silicate
    10.3 Carbonate
    10.4 Sulphate
    10.5 Sulphide
    10.6 Others
11. Inorganic Pigments Market – By Grade (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    11.1 Food Grade
    11.2 Pharmaceutical Grade
    11.3 Industrial Grade
    11.4 Others
12. Inorganic Pigments Market – By Form (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    12.1 Powder
    12.2 Liquid
13. Inorganic Pigments Market – By Application (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    13.1 Plastics
    13.2 Paints & Coatings
    13.3 Printing Inks
    13.4 Glass & Ceramics
    13.5 Cosmetics
    13.6 Paper Industry
    13.7 Pharmaceuticals
    13.8 Food Industry
    13.9 Others
14. Inorganic Pigments Market - By Geography (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    14.1 North America
        14.1.1 USA
        14.1.2 Canada
        14.1.3 Mexico
    14.2 Europe
        14.2.1 UK
        14.2.2 Germany
        14.2.3 France
        14.2.4 Italy
        14.2.5 Netherlands
        14.2.6 Spain
        14.2.7 Russia
        14.2.8 Belgium
        14.2.9 Rest of Europe
    14.3 Asia-Pacific
        14.3.1 China
        14.3.2 Japan
        14.3.3 India
        14.3.4 South Korea
        14.3.5 Australia and New Zealand
        14.3.6 Indonesia
        14.3.7 Taiwan
        14.3.8 Malaysia
        14.3.9 Rest of APAC
    14.4 South America
        14.4.1 Brazil
        14.4.2 Argentina
        14.4.3 Colombia
        14.4.4 Chile
        14.4.5 Rest of South America
    14.5 Rest of the World
        14.5.1 Middle East
            14.5.1.1 Saudi Arabia
            14.5.1.2 UAE
            14.5.1.3 Israel
            14.5.1.4 Rest of the Middle East
        14.5.2 Africa
            14.5.2.1 South Africa
            14.5.2.2 Nigeria
            14.5.2.3 Rest of Africa
15. Inorganic Pigments Market – Entropy
    15.1 New Product Launches
    15.2 M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships
16. Inorganic Pigments Market – Industry/Segment Competition Analysis Premium
    16.1 Company Benchmarking Matrix – Major Companies
    16.2 Market Share at Global Level - Major companies
    16.3 Market Share by Key Region - Major companies
    16.4 Market Share by Key Country - Major companies
    16.5 Market Share by Key Application - Major companies
    16.6 Market Share by Key Product Type/Product category - Major companies
17. Inorganic Pigments Market – Key Company List by Country Premium Premium
18. Inorganic Pigments Market Company Analysis - Business Overview, Product Portfolio, Financials, and Developments
    18.1 Company 1
    18.2 Company 2
    18.3 Company 3
    18.4 Company 4
    18.5 Company 5
    18.6 Company 6
    18.7 Company 7
    18.8 Company 8
    18.9 Company 9
    18.10 Company 10 and more
"*Financials would be provided on a best-effort basis for private companies"
List of Tables:

Table 1: Inorganic Pigments Market Overview 2021-2026
Table 2: Inorganic Pigments Market Leader Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 3: Inorganic Pigments Market Product Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 4: Inorganic Pigments Market End User Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 5: Inorganic Pigments Market Patent Analysis 2013-2018* (US$)
Table 6: Inorganic Pigments Market Financial Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 7: Inorganic Pigments Market Driver Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 8: Inorganic Pigments Market Challenges Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 9: Inorganic Pigments Market Constraint Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 10: Inorganic Pigments Market Supplier Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 11: Inorganic Pigments Market Buyer Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 12: Inorganic Pigments Market Threat of Substitutes Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 13: Inorganic Pigments Market Threat of New Entrants Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 14: Inorganic Pigments Market Degree of Competition Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 15: Inorganic Pigments Market Value Chain Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 16: Inorganic Pigments Market Pricing Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 17: Inorganic Pigments Market Opportunities Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 18: Inorganic Pigments Market Product Life Cycle Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 19: Inorganic Pigments Market Supplier Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 20: Inorganic Pigments Market Distributor Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 21: Inorganic Pigments Market Trend Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 22: Inorganic Pigments Market Size 2018 (US$)
Table 23: Inorganic Pigments Market Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 24: Inorganic Pigments Market Sales Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (Units)
Table 25: Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 26: Inorganic Pigments Market By Type, Revenue & Volume, By Titanium dioxide, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 27: Inorganic Pigments Market By Type, Revenue & Volume, By Cadmium, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 28: Inorganic Pigments Market By Type, Revenue & Volume, By lead chromate, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 29: Inorganic Pigments Market By Type, Revenue & Volume, By Iron Oxide, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 30: Inorganic Pigments Market By Type, Revenue & Volume, By Carbon Black, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 31: Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 32: Inorganic Pigments Market By Color, Revenue & Volume, By Red, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 33: Inorganic Pigments Market By Color, Revenue & Volume, By Yellow, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 34: Inorganic Pigments Market By Color, Revenue & Volume, By Orange, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 35: Inorganic Pigments Market By Color, Revenue & Volume, By Brown, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 36: Inorganic Pigments Market By Color, Revenue & Volume, By Phthalocyanine Blue, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 37: Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 38: Inorganic Pigments Market By Application, Revenue & Volume, By Paints & Coatings, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 39: Inorganic Pigments Market By Application, Revenue & Volume, By Printing Inks, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 40: Inorganic Pigments Market By Application, Revenue & Volume, By Dyes & Chemicals, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 41: Inorganic Pigments Market By Application, Revenue & Volume, By Ceramics, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 42: Inorganic Pigments Market By Application, Revenue & Volume, By Glass, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 43: North America Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 44: North America Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 45: North America Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 46: South america Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 47: South america Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 48: South america Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 49: Europe Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 50: Europe Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 51: Europe Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 52: APAC Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 53: APAC Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 54: APAC Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 55: Middle East & Africa Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 56: Middle East & Africa Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 57: Middle East & Africa Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 58: Russia Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 59: Russia Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 60: Russia Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 61: Israel Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Type, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 62: Israel Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Color, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 63: Israel Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume, By Application, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 64: Top Companies 2018 (US$) Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 65: Product Launch 2018-2019 Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 66: Mergers & Acquistions 2018-2019 Inorganic Pigments Market, Revenue & Volume


List of Figures:

Figure 1: Overview of Inorganic Pigments Market 2021-2026
Figure 2: Market Share Analysis for Inorganic Pigments Market 2018 (US$)
Figure 3: Product Comparison in Inorganic Pigments Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 4: End User Profile for Inorganic Pigments Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 5: Patent Application and Grant in Inorganic Pigments Market 2013-2018* (US$)
Figure 6: Top 5 Companies Financial Analysis in Inorganic Pigments Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 7: Market Entry Strategy in Inorganic Pigments Market 2018-2019
Figure 8: Ecosystem Analysis in Inorganic Pigments Market 2018
Figure 9: Average Selling Price in Inorganic Pigments Market 2021-2026
Figure 10: Top Opportunites in Inorganic Pigments Market 2018-2019
Figure 11: Market Life Cycle Analysis in Inorganic Pigments Market
Figure 12: GlobalBy Type Inorganic Pigments Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 13: GlobalBy Color Inorganic Pigments Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 14: GlobalBy Application Inorganic Pigments Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 15: Global Inorganic Pigments Market - By Geography
Figure 16: Global Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, By Geography, 2021-2026 ($) 
Figure 17: Global Inorganic Pigments Market CAGR, By Geography, 2021-2026 (%)
Figure 18: North America Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 19: US Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 20: US GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 21: US GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 22: US Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 23: Canada Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 24: Canada GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 25: Canada GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 26: Canada Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 27: Mexico Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 28: Mexico GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 29: Mexico GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 30: Mexico Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 31: South America Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 32: Brazil Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 33: Brazil GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 34: Brazil GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 35: Brazil Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 36: Venezuela Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 37: Venezuela GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 38: Venezuela GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 39: Venezuela Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 40: Argentina Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 41: Argentina GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 42: Argentina GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 43: Argentina Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 44: Ecuador Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 45: Ecuador GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 46: Ecuador GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 47: Ecuador Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 48: Peru Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 49: Peru GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 50: Peru GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 51: Peru Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 52: Colombia Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 53: Colombia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 54: Colombia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 55: Colombia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 56: Costa Rica Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 57: Costa Rica GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 58: Costa Rica GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 59: Costa Rica Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 60: Europe Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 61: U.K Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 62: U.K GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 63: U.K GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 64: U.K Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 65: Germany Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 66: Germany GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 67: Germany GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 68: Germany Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 69: Italy Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 70: Italy GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 71: Italy GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 72: Italy Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 73: France Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 74: France GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 75: France GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 76: France Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 77: Netherlands Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 78: Netherlands GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 79: Netherlands GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 80: Netherlands Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 81: Belgium Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 82: Belgium GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 83: Belgium GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 84: Belgium Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 85: Spain Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 86: Spain GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 87: Spain GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 88: Spain Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 89: Denmark Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 90: Denmark GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 91: Denmark GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 92: Denmark Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 93: APAC Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 94: China Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026
Figure 95: China GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 96: China GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 97: China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($) Inorganic Pigments Market China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 98: Australia Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 99: Australia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 100: Australia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 101: Australia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 102: South Korea Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 103: South Korea GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 104: South Korea GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 105: South Korea Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 106: India Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 107: India GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 108: India GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 109: India Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 110: Taiwan Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 111: Taiwan GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 112: Taiwan GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 113: Taiwan Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 114: Malaysia Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 115: Malaysia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 116: Malaysia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 117: Malaysia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 118: Hong Kong Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 119: Hong Kong GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 120: Hong Kong GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 121: Hong Kong Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 122: Middle East & Africa Inorganic Pigments Market Middle East & Africa 3D Printing Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 123: Russia Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 124: Russia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 125: Russia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 126: Russia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 127: Israel Inorganic Pigments Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 128: Israel GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 129: Israel GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 130: Israel Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 131: Entropy Share, By Strategies, 2018-2019* (%) Inorganic Pigments Market
Figure 132: Developments, 2018-2019* Inorganic Pigments Market
Figure 133: Company 1 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 134: Company 1 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 135: Company 1 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 136: Company 2 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 137: Company 2 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 138: Company 2 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 139: Company 3 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 140: Company 3 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 141: Company 3 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 142: Company 4 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 143: Company 4 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 144: Company 4 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 145: Company 5 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 146: Company 5 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 147: Company 5 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 148: Company 6 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 149: Company 6 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 150: Company 6 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 151: Company 7 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 152: Company 7 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 153: Company 7 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 154: Company 8 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 155: Company 8 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 156: Company 8 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 157: Company 9 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 158: Company 9 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 159: Company 9 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 160: Company 10 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 161: Company 10 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 162: Company 10 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 163: Company 11 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 164: Company 11 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 165: Company 11 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 166: Company 12 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 167: Company 12 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 168: Company 12 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 169: Company 13 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 170: Company 13 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 171: Company 13 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 172: Company 14 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 173: Company 14 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 174: Company 14 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 175: Company 15 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 176: Company 15 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 177: Company 15 Inorganic Pigments Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)