Tire Materials Market will be Worth US$ 100 Billion by end of Forecast Period to 2028, Growing at a CAGR of 4%

Future Market Insights recently published a report titled "Tire Materials Market: Global Industry Analysis 2013-2021 and Opportunity Assessment 2022-2028" that offers decisive insights pertaining to the global tire materials market and provides extensive information through organized market research.

According to the report, the global tire materials market has been envisaged to approach the valuation of US$ 100 Bn towards the end of forecast period.

Silica to Witness an Upsurge in Demand with Increasing Production of Green Tires

Synthetic rubber and fillers used in automotive tires have significantly changed over the past decade. Attributing to the rising environmental concerns, many regions have formed regulations that mandate tire labeling.

The implementation of labeling initiatives and growing environmental concerns have led to an increase in the production of high-performance tires or green tires. Regulatory bodies have also laid incentives for manufacturers and consumers with a preference for performance tires.

Due to the adoption of green technology, silica is extensively being used as a filler material as an effective replacement for carbon black in the recent years. The adoption of silica in the production of green tires has reduced CO2 emissions almost by 7% and increased fuel efficiency.

Thus, increasing focus towards the reduction of carbon footprint and greenhouse gas effects is driving the demand for silica in tire production.

Increasing Automotive Production and Ever-rising Size of Vehicle Fleet to Boost the Tire Materials Market

Tires are a vital part of the automotive industry and thus, the production and sales of vehicles directly affect the dynamics within the tire industry. Increasing automotive production in emerging economies has been driving the demand for tires from OEM manufacturers, which has led to an increase in tire production activities.

Growing tire production is driving the demand for tire materials. In a vehicle, a tire is one such part that must be replaced frequently, after every 2-3 years. A tire experiences maximum wear and tear.

Further, it is estimated that in FY2017, the global vehicle park was about 1.3 Billion. Thus, it can be easily concluded that the growing vehicle parc and production will augment the market of automotive tires. Expansion of the tire industry is expected to fuel the demand for tire materials while the growing fleet size will add to tire replacement activities and indirectly influence the demand for tire materials.

Increasing middle-class population, coupled with rising urbanization in developing countries, is expected to increase the number of vehicle owners as many people will be able to afford vehicles. Apart from this, the increasing youth population has also led to an increase in the sales of automotive, which is a positive sign for the tire materials market.

Also, changing lifestyle and increased standard of living have increased the adoption of high-performance tires as well as branded tires, which is expected to positively impact the tire materials market.

The increasing number of vehicle owners will push the growth of both OEM as well as aftermarket segments and thus, the growing demand for tires is expected to boost the tire materials market in the coming period.

These insights are based on a report on Tire Materials Market by Future Market Insights

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