Forestry Lubricants Market size is expected to reach USD 6 billion by 2032, as per a recent research report announced by Global Market Insights Inc.
Increasing demand for wood and wood products is expected to foster lucrative business prospects for the manufacturers of forestry lubricants. Over the last decade, global demand for wood products such as wood-based panels, roundwood, and sawnwood has picked up pace due to a positive economic outlook, rapid urbanization, and rising disposable income. Increasing investments in the construction sector and changing demographics will positively affect wood application trends.
Stringent environmental norms to propel the use of bio-based oils as lubricants
Forestry lubricants market share from bio-based products are estimated to reach over USD 522 million by the end of 2032. Growing inclination toward biodegradable and sustainable products driven by increasing environmental concerns and associated initiatives will expand bio-based oil applications. Due to an unprecedented rise in global warming, and climate change, conscious consumerism has led to more ethical choices. Several governments have deployed very strict environmental regulations and norms pertaining to the adoption of biodegradable and eco-friendly solutions.
High risk of corrosion of forestry equipment to accelerate greasing applications
Forestry lubricants market from greasing applications is projected to exhibit a 2.5% CAGR over the forecast years 2023-2032. Forestry lubricants are extensively used for greasing purposes owing to their ability to ensure the smoother running of joints in metal components. Greasing is a commonly performed process in forestry to maximize the uptime and extend the lifespan of logging equipment. Lubricants help ensure adequate care maintenance of off-road industrial machines. Agricultural machinery is often expensive and thus necessitates regular greasing to prevent corrosion and remove debris from bearing surfaces to prevent damage.
Browse key industry insights spread across 356 pages with 532 market data tables & 53 figures & charts from the report, “Forestry Lubricants Market Size By Product (Synthetic, Synthetic Blend Oil, Bio-Based, Mineral), By Application (Engine, Transmission & Gears, Hydraulics, Greasing, Chain Oils/Saw Guide Oils, Paper Machine Oil), By End-Use (OEMs, Sawmills, Paper & Paperboard Mills, Wood products manufacturing, Harvesting/Logging, Biomass Pellet Mills, Pulp Mills) Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Landscape & Forecast, 2023 – 2032” in detail along with the table of contents:
Surging demand for biofuels to drive biomass pellet mill lubrication requirements
Forestry lubricants market share from biomass pellet mills is expected to witness more than 3.5% CAGR between 2023-2032. Biomass pellet machines use lubricant oils to offer advanced capabilities such as better output and a longer life span of equipment. Several economic, and political conflicts have led to upply chain issues, fueling the need for lubricants to boost the operation of pellet mills.
Rising consumption of wood pellets to augment Europe industry trends
Europe forestry lubricants market value is poised to surpass USD 1.5 billion by 2032. Increasing focus of manufacturers on the reduction of fuel consumption owing to stringent environmental regulations and sustainability targets will augment the industry trends across the region. Industrial and manufacturing facilities are growing more aware of their environmental implications and the impact of machinery on the soil. Europe has experienced a dramatic rise in the consumption of wood pellets for commercial & residential heating and power plants, driving the demand for lubricant oils.
New product launches to boost forestry lubricants industry development
Fuchs Petrolub SE, Kluber Lubrication, Repsol SA, Rymax Lubricants, Penine Lubricants, Elba Lubrication Inc., Frontier Performance Lubricants, Petro Canada Lubricants, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Chevron Corporation, Petronas Lubricants International (PLI), Amsoil Inc., Lubrizol Corporation, Castrol Limited, and TotalEnergies SE are some of the leading companies in the global forestry lubricants drugs industry.