DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Fatty Alcohols - Procurement Market Intelligence Report" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The report provides up-to-date information about market shifts and potential risks, as well as in-depth knowledge of products and services, which can help in planning and in executing category management activities. It focuses on the cost-saving aspects of procurement and on providing insights that can lead to optimization of category spend.
The report provides actionable insights to improve source-to-contract cycle performance in the Global Fatty Alcohols Market. It helps sourcing professionals formulate better category strategies, enhance savings, understand supplier and market challenges, and implement sourcing best practices.
One of the procurement best practices for buyers is to engage with suppliers that source RSPO certified raw materials. International certifications have been established by organizations such as RSPO and RTRS to help ensure the sustainability and transparency of the production and trading of vegetable oils.
According to the report, one of the key growth contributors for the global fatty alcohols market is the rise in demand from surfactant-based industries such as detergents, soaps, and personal care products. The growing demand for these products is due to changing lifestyles, increasing per capita incomes, and urbanization in developing regions such as APAC, South America, and MEA.
Further, the report states that major procurement challenge experienced by the buyers is the adherence to regional regulations. The specialty chemicals industry, which includes fatty alcohols, is heavily regulated by various laws and regulations that need to be followed by suppliers.
- BASF SE
- Wilmar International
- Evonik Industries
- Sasol Limited
Key Topics Covered
1. Category at a Glance
2. Scope of the Report
3. Market Insights
4. Supply Market Insights
5. Pricing Insights
6. Procurement Insights
7. Top Five Suppliers
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