Global Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring Revenue Is Nearly 707 M USD In 2018
Monday, 18 Nov, 2019
Environmental monitoring during pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical production is crucial for ensuring the safety of formulated drug products. While requirements for the control of both viable (living microorganisms) and non-viable particles (e.g. dust, hair, etc.) and other contaminants (i.e. trace metals, volatiles, etc.) for aseptic manufacturing operations are more extensive than those for non-sterile processes, the quantity of samples that must be analyzed and the amount of data generated can be daunting regardless of the final drug form, particularly for global companies with multiple production facilities.
In the last several years, Global market of Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring developed stable, with an average growth rate of 6.8%. In 2018, Global Revenue of Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring is nearly 707 M USD, and will continual CAGR at 5.8% in 2025 the Revenue will at 1107M USD
The classification of Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring includes Monitoring Equipment, Media, Software and Microbiology Services, the proportion of Monitoring Equipment in 2018 is about 32.6%.
Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring is widely used in Pharmaceutical Industry, Biotechnology Industry and Academic & Research Institutes. The most proportion of Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring is Pharmaceutical Industry, and the proportion in 2018 is 49.6%. The trend of dental clinic is decreasing.
North America is the largest market for Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Environmental Monitoring, with a market share nearly 42.1% in 2018. Following North America, Europe is the second largest market with the consumption market share of 25.8%.
Market competition is not intense Danaher Corporation, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Merck KGaA, Eurofins Sinensis, Lonza the leaders of the industry, with high-end customers in the industry.