Animal glue is sticky gelatinous material derived from animal hide and bones. Hydrolysis of collagen from such remnants of an animal makes this sticky material. Animal glue finds usage in restoration and creation of organic art material like paintings, artifacts and the like. Synthetic materials being too harsh on sensitive material is seldom used for fine work.
As global disposable income is increasing and more people are rising above basic necessities, the demand for aesthetics and art is entering the purview of common man. All sorts of art material are being asked for and the animal glue market should suitably benefit from this trend, particularly from 2020 to 2030, states TMR.
A number of players are involved in the manufacture of animal glue. This makes the market scenario fragmented. Top tier players in the domain are:
These players are committed to providing high quality animal glue from animal residue left after livestock processing. Investing in innovations in this market and increasing outreach by advertisements remain mainstays of increasing demand.
The Asia Pacific region (APAC) is currently the global leader in the animal glue market. A robust livestock industry that caters to rising demand from the regional population gives raw materials for various industries that depend on waste materials from this sector.
North America and Europe are estimated to register modest growth in this market given the greater regional appreciation for aesthetics and focus on sensitive art restoration in these regions.