The global industrial pipeline market is promising and full of new opportunities in power generation, petrochemicals, automotive, energy and industrial processing. It is expected to reach $21.7 billion by 2028, with a projected CAGR of 3.2% between 2023 and 2028.
The key growth drivers are the increase in new pipeline construction, replacement of aging pipelines, urbanization rate and infrastructure development. The key factor influencing the size of the competitive pipeline market is the growth of industrial and municipal projects. It is expected to create significant opportunities in the global pipeline market competition in industrial applications such as wastewater treatment, chemical processing, district heating pipelines, potable water supply, fire pipelines and power plant construction.
Developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region are witnessing significant growth in the global competitive pipeline market. For example, China attaches great importance to environmental conditions and has invested a lot of money in modernizing infrastructure. India has also taken some important steps to clean up its environment. These factors will drive demand for competing pipelines in the coming years.
Pipe market competition opens up a new way
Emerging trends in the industrial pipe market. Emerging trends that have a direct impact on industry dynamics include the increasing use of quality and technologically advanced pipes and the increasing focus on pipe strength and durability. The steel industry is expected to record relatively high incremental dollar opportunities compared to copper, concrete, aluminum and other market segments. Steel pipe is in growing demand for a variety of applications, including industrial applications such as wastewater treatment, sewers, drinking water, mining and chemical transportation.