The global collagen casings market accounted to US$ 1.46 Bn in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.2% during the forecast period 2019 – 2027, to account to US$ 2.46 Bn by 2027.
Collagen casings market is led by the European region in 2018, followed by North America. The dominance of Europe and North America is chiefly attributed to the enormous demand for sausages among the population. However, the sausage production industry is experiencing remarkable growth in developing nations of Asia Pacific in the current scenario. This pertains to the increasing tourism in different developing nations of the region, and the demand for meat-based snacks is mounting among the countries.
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Collagen is a naturally occurring fibrous protein that has some highly remarkable properties. High mechanical strength, fibrous nature, and safer for consumption have attributed to the rising popularity of these products to be used in various applications, including casings for sausages and meat-based products. On account of the exception physical characteristics of collagen, they have become an integral part of the sausage casings. Collagen casings are usually derived from animal hides of beef, cattle, or pigs. During the production and processing of sausages, they are subjected to the forces of high-speed machines, particularly during stuffing and linking processes. It is desirable to have casings with higher mechanical strengths to withstand such forces. Besides, the adhesion to the meat of these collagen casings is also high and quite uniquely collagen shrinks at the same rate as that of meat while heating where the moisture and fats melt. This property leads to superior diameter control of the sausage.
Global Collagen Casings Market – Company Profiles
- Crown National
- DEVRO PLC
- DEWID International Inc.
- Fabios SA
- Fibran SA
- LEM Products, Inc.
- Nippi Inc.
- Nitta Casings Inc.
- Shenguan Holding (Group) Limited
- Viscofan SA
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Market Initiatives was observed as the most adopted strategy in global collagen casings market. Few of the recent market initiatives are listed below;
2019: Viscofan has invested 245 thousand Euros in a Spain headquarter Ekolber S.L. It is manufacturer of thermoplastic biomaterial. Through this investment, Viscofan seeks for an opportunity to exploit use of collagen while encouraging adoption of biopolymeric solutions among numerous industries.
2018: The Development and Reform Commission of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has dispensed “Reply of the Development and Reform Commission of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The company’s subsidiary Wuzhou Shenguan Protein Casing Co., Ltd. received approval for the development of Collagen Extraction Technology Research Centers in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
2017: Devro plc introduced its Fine Ultra casings to the customers present in Asia and Europe. This strategic initiative is further expected to provide significant opportunity for volume growth in the coming years.
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