$152 Billion Liquid Treatment and Control Market Will Grow At 6%/yr Thanks to Asia


Revenues derived from treating and controlling liquids including water and process fluids will exceed $152 billion this year and will grow at a rate exceeding GDP over the next five years. This is the conclusion reached by the McIlvaine Company in Air/Gas/Water/Fluid Treatment and Control: World Markets.

The growth rates will vary as follows:

  • Higher than average growth in Asia
  • Lower than average growth in Europe
  • Higher than average growth for the large acquirers
  • Diminished share for the small local suppliers
  • Higher than average growth in food, pharma, oil and gas
  • Lower than average growth in pulp and paper, mining and steel
  • Higher than average growth in cross-flow membranes
  • Lower than average growth in sedimentation
  • Average growth in pumps and valves

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