Laboratory Mixer Market Global Industry Outlook, Opportunity Analysis and Forecast 2018-2023

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The Laboratory Mixers Market is expected to grow from USD 1.1 Billion in 2018 to USD 1.4 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 4.4% during the forecast period. This report spread across 123 Pages, Profiling 12 Companies and Supported with 75 Tables and 21 figures are now available in this research.

 

Top Key Players Profiled in the Laboratory Mixer Market:

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific (US)
  • Eppendorf (Germany)
  • Corning (US)
  • Scientific Industries (US)
  • Bio-Rad Laboratories (US)
  • Cole-Parmer (US)
  • Avantor Performance Materials (US)
  • IKA Works (Germany)

 

The laboratory mixers market, by end user, has been categorized into research laboratories and institutes, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and other end users. The research laboratories and institutes segment is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR from 2018 to 2023.

 

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North America is estimated to be the largest regional market for laboratory mixers, followed by Europe. The large share of this regional segment is attributed to the increasing demand for biopharmaceuticals and rising R&D expenditure by biopharmaceutical companies.

 

Breakdown of primary participants’ profile:

  • By Company Type: Tier 1:23%, Tier 2: 30%, and Tier 3: 47%
  • By Designation: C-level Executives: 24%, Directors: 36%, and Others:40%
  • By Region: North America: 34%, Europe: 50%, APAC: 8%, and RoW: 8%

 

Competitive Landscape of Laboratory Mixer Market:

1 Market Overview
2 Market Ranking Analysis, 2017
3 Competitive Situation and Trends
3.1 Product Launches and Enhancements
3.2 Acquisitions
3.3 Expansions

 

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