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NEW YORK, Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

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World demand to increase 6.4% annually through 2017

World enzyme demand is forecast to rise 6.4 percent per annum to $6.9 billion in 2017. Increasing per capita incomes in developing countries will help fuel strong gains in consumer-related industrial applications such as food and beverages, animal feed, and cleaning products.

Technological advances in DNA manipulation that result in lower DNA sequencing costs will continue to drive above average growth in research and biotechnology, as well as diagnostic enzyme demand, primarily in developed countries where new uses for DNA manipulation continue to be discovered. However, the enzyme industry will face challenges in the large biofuel market as rising public opposition to first generation biofuels and delays in the widespread commercialization of next generation biofuel technologies limit advances.

Developing areas to be key drivers of rising enzyme use

Through the forecast period, a key driver of expanded enzyme use will be the growing middle class population in countries such as China and India. Rising per capita incomes will support the growing use of enzymes in consumer goods, including detergents and food products, as consumers increasingly adopt western style diets and switch to higher performing (and higher cost) products that make greater use of enzymes. Rising meat consumption among the increasingly affluent middle class will lead to higher animal feed enzyme demand as farmers seek to maximize animal weight to satisfy strong demand. Additionally, growing manufacturing sectors in these countries will benefit a number of other industrial markets. Similar trends in Central and South America, Eastern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East will lead to above average gains in these regions as well. In developed economies advances in industrial enzyme demand will be more moderate as slower population growth and more mature market applications limit opportunities for strong gains. However, niche opportunities may arise as governments require greater use of green and sustainable products.

Biotech advances to drive specialty enzyme demand

Continued advances in biotechnology, particularly with respect to DNA manipulation and sequencing, will drive robust increases in specialty enzyme demand across all regions going forward, though the greatest gains will be in the developed countries of North America and Western Europe where much of the world's research and biotechnology infrastructure is already in place. Rapidly falling DNA sequencing costs will continue to drive enzyme demand in the diagnostics and research and biotechnology markets by facilitating the development of new applications such as genetic-based drug prescription or pesticide selection. Advances in DNA-based technologies will also benefit biocatalyst demand as enzyme producers work to design custom enzymes that optimize specialty chemical production processes.

The slowest gains will be for biofuel production enzymes. As countries such as the United States see stagnant demand for motor fuels and reconsider mandating the diversion of food grains into the transportation industry, the outlook for firstgeneration, grain-based biofuels will be weak. However, the long term promise of biofuel production from cellulosic biomass -- such as agricultural waste products -- will begin to emerge during the forecast period, although the market size is expected to remain small.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, World Enzymes, is priced at $6300. It presents historical demand data for 2002, 2007 and 2012, plus forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by product, market, world region, and for 16 countries. The study also considers key market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 30 global industry players.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION x

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4
World Population Outlook 5
World Economic Overview 7
Recent Historical Trends 8
World Economic Outlook 10
World Per Capita Gross Domestic Product 13
World Manufacturing Outlook 15
World Food & Beverage Outlook 18
World Chemical Outlook 21
World Cleaning Product Outlook 23
World Animal Feed Outlook 25
World Pharmaceutical Outlook 28
Environmental & Regulatory Issues 31

III. OVERVIEW 34

Markets 34
Industrial 37
Food & Beverage 40
Cleaning Products 50
Biofuel Production 53
Animal Feed 57
Other Industrial Markets 62
Specialty 69
Research & Biotechnology 70
Diagnostics 73
Other Specialty Markets 76
Products 79
Carbohydrases 82
Amylases 83
Cellulases 86
Other Carbohydrases 89
Proteases 91
Polymerases 93
Nucleases 95
Lipases 97
Phytases 100
Other Enzymes 102
Regional Markets 104
Enzyme Production 108
International Trade Flows 110

IV. NORTH AMERICA 112

Economic Overview 112
Enzyme Demand 114
United States 118
Canada 125
Mexico 129

V. WESTERN EUROPE 133

Economic Overview 133
Enzyme Demand 135
Germany 139
France 144
United Kingdom 148
Italy 152
Spain 155
Netherlands 159
Other Western Europe 163

VI. ASIA/PACIFIC 171

Economic Overview 171
Enzyme Demand 173
China 177
Japan 183
India 187
South Korea 192
Australia 195
Other Asia/Pacific 199

VII. OTHER REGIONS 204

Central & South America 204
Economic Overview 204
Enzyme Demand 206
Brazil 209
Other Central & South America 214
Eastern Europe 218
Economic Overview 218
Enzyme Demand 220
Russia 223
Other Eastern Europe 227
Africa/Mideast 231
Economic Overview 231
Enzyme Demand 233

VIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 236

General 236
Market Share 239
Competitive Strategies 243
Acquisitions & Divestitures 246
Cooperative Agreements 249
Marketing & Distribution 256
Company Profiles 258
AB Enzymes, see Associated British Foods
Adisseo France SAS 259
Advanced Enzyme Technologies Limited 260
Agilent Technologies Incorporated 263
Alere Incorporated 265
Amano Enzyme Incorporated 267
Associated British Foods plc 269
BASF SE 273
BBI Solutions, see Alere
Biocatalysts Limited 281
Biométhodes SA 283
Chr. Hansen A/S 285
Codexis Incorporated 288
Danisco, see DuPont (EI) de Nemours
DuPont (EI) de Nemours 290
Dyadic International Incorporated 297
ENMEX SA de CV 299
Guangdong VTR Bio-Tech Company Limited 301
ICC Industries Incorporated 302
Iogen Bio-Products, see Novozymes
Iogen Corporation 304
Kao Corporation 306
Life Technologies Corporation 307
Lonza Group Limited 310
MP Biomedicals LLC 311
New England Biolabs Incorporated 313
Novozymes 316
Nutriteck, see Ultra Bio-Logics
OptaFuel US, see Biométhodes
POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels, see Royal DSM
Promega Corporation 324
Roche Holding Limited 326
Royal DSM NV 329
Sunson Industry Group Company Limited 335
Ultra Bio-Logics Incorporated 337
Verenium, see BASF

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 World Population by Region 7
2 World Gross Domestic Product by Region 13
3 World Per Capita Gross Domestic Product by Region 15
4 World Manufacturing Value Added by Region 18
5 World Food & Beverage Manufacturing Value Added by Region 21
6 World Chemical Manufacturing Value Added by Region 23
7 World Soap & Detergent Shipments by Region 25
8 World Animal Feed Shipments by Region 28
9 World Pharmaceutical Shipments by Region 31

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

1 World Enzyme Demand by Market 36
2 World Industrial Enzyme Demand by Market & Region 39
3 World Food & Beverage Enzyme Demand by Market
& Region 42
4 World Cleaning Product Enzyme Demand by Application
& Region 53
5 World Biofuel Production Enzyme Demand by Region 54
6 World Animal Feed Enzyme Demand by Type & Region 60
7 World Other Industrial Enzyme Demand by Market & Region 64
8 World Specialty Enzyme Demand by Market & Region 70
9 World Research & Biotechnology Enzyme Demand by Type
& Region 73
10 World Diagnostic Enzyme Demand by Type & Region 76
11 World Other Specialty Enzyme Demand by Region 79
12 World Enzyme Demand by Type 81
13 World Carbohydrase Demand by Type & Market 83
14 World Amylase Demand by Market 86
15 World Cellulase Demand by Market 89
16 World Other Carbohydrase Demand by Market 91
17 World Protease Demand by Market 93
18 World Polymerase Demand by Market 95
19 World Nuclease Demand by Market 97
20 World Lipase Demand by Market 100
21 World Phytase Demand by Market 101
22 World Other Enzyme Demand by Market 103
23 World Enzyme Demand by Region 107
24 World Enzyme Production by Region 110
25 World Enzyme Net Exports by Region 111

SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA

1 North America: Enzyme Supply & Demand 113
2 North America: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 117
3 United States: Enzyme Market Indicators 119
4 United States: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 124
5 Canada: Enzyme Market Indicators 126
6 Canada: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 128
7 Mexico: Enzyme Market Indicators 130
8 Mexico: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 132

SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE

1 Western Europe: Enzyme Supply & Demand 135
2 Western Europe: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 138
3 Germany: Enzyme Market Indicators 140
4 Germany: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 143
5 France: Enzyme Market Indicators 145
6 France: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 147
7 United Kingdom: Enzyme Market Indicators 149
8 United Kingdom: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 151
9 Italy: Enzyme Market Indicators 153
10 Italy: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 155
11 Spain: Enzyme Market Indicators 157
12 Spain: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 159
13 Netherlands: Enzyme Market Indicators 161
14 Netherlands: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 163
15 Other Western Europe: Enzyme Market Indicators 165
16 Other Western Europe: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 167
17 Other Western Europe: Enzyme Demand by Country 170

SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC

1 Asia/Pacific: Enzyme Supply & Demand 173
2 Asia/Pacific: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 176
3 China: Enzyme Market Indicators 179
4 China: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 182
5 Japan: Enzyme Market Indicators 184
6 Japan: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 187
7 India: Enzyme Market Indicators 189
8 India: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 191
9 South Korea: Enzyme Market Indicators 193
10 South Korea: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 195
11 Australia: Enzyme Market Indicators 197
12 Australia: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 199
13 Other Asia/Pacific: Enzyme Market Indicators 201
14 Other Asia/Pacific: Enzyme Demand by Type, Market,
& Country 203

SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS

1 Central & South America: Enzyme Supply & Demand 206
2 Central & South America: Enzyme Demand by Type
& Market 209
3 Brazil: Enzyme Market Indicators 211
4 Brazil: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 214
5 Other Central & South America: Enzyme Market Indicators 216
6 Other Central & South America: Enzyme Demand by Type,
Market, & Country 218
7 Eastern Europe: Enzyme Supply & Demand 220
8 Eastern Europe: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 223
9 Russia: Enzyme Market Indicators 225
10 Russia: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 227
11 Other Eastern Europe: Enzyme Market Indicators 229
12 Other Eastern Europe: Enzyme Demand by Type, Market,
& Country 231
13 Africa/Mideast: Enzyme Supply & Demand 233
14 Africa/Mideast: Enzyme Demand by Type & Market 235

SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Enzyme Sales by Company, 2012 238
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 248
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 252

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

1 World Enzyme Demand by Market, 2012 37
2 World Enzyme Demand by Type, 2012 81
3 World Enzyme Demand by Region, 2012 107

SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Enzyme Market Share, 2012 240

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