The report “Cold Chain Products Market for Plasma Fractionation by Type (Ultra-low temperature freezer, Plasma freezer, Temperature monitoring devices, Plasma contact shock freezer, Blood transport boxes, Ice-lined refrigerator), End User – Global Forecast to 2027″, for Plasma Fractionation is projected to reach USD 711 million by 2027 from USD 569 million in 2022, at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period. Factors such as the rising zoonotic disease concerns, Rising use of immunoglobulins and other plasma products in a range of therapeutic areas and Increasing demand for Plasma-derived medicinal products driving the growth of the Cold Chain Products Market for Plasma Fractionation. However, shortage of trained manpower & limited resources to maintain the equipment and Environmental concerns regarding greenhouse gas emissions will be challenges in the growth of this market during the forecast period.
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“Temperature monitoring devices segment is expected to witness the fastest growth in the forecast period.”
The Cold Chain Products for Plasma Fractionation market is categorized into seven types, including Ultra-low temperature freezers, Plasma freezers, Temperature monitoring devices, Plasma contact shock freezers, Blood transport boxes, Ice-lined refrigerators, and Others. Among these categories, the Temperature monitoring devices segment is projected to experience the highest growth rate from 2022 to 2027. Increased research and development investment in medical devices such as medical freezers and refrigerators are additional factors that are anticipated to drive market growth during the forecasted period
“Blood collection centers and blood component providers accounted for the largest share of the Cold Chain Products Market for Plasma Fractionation in 2021.”
The Cold Chain Products Market for Plasma Fractionation is categorized into different end users, including Blood collection centers and blood component providers, Hospitals and transfusion centers, Clinical research laboratories, and Others. Among these, the Blood collection centers, and blood component providers segment held the fastest-growing market for cold chain products for plasma fractionation in 2021. This significant market share can be attributed to factors such as the increasing prevalence of diseases like hemophilia, immune deficiency disorders, and liver diseases, as well as the growing aging population.
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“North America accounted for the largest share of the Cold Chain Products Market for Plasma Fractionation in 2021”
The Cold Chain Products Market for Plasma Fractionation is segmented into five geographical regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. In 2021, North America emerged as the dominant market for Cold Chain Products for Plasma Fractionation worldwide. The increasing demand for plasma freezers and the availability of advanced cold storage devices for laboratories are expected to be major driving factors for market growth in North America. The region’s substantial market share can be attributed to its well-developed healthcare infrastructure and the continuous investment in research and development of medical devices such as medical freezers and refrigerators.
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Recent Developments of Cold Chain Products Industry for Plasma Fractionation
- In January 2023, Haier Biomedical (China) acquired Suzhou Kangsheng (China) to incorporate disposable laboratory plastic consumables into its business portfolio and expand smart laboratory application solution scenarios and rapidly expanding its presence into the field of cryopreserving, cell culture, and microbial applications
- In March 2023, Blue Star launched a range of deep freezers with extra storage and higher cooling capacity, manufactured at its new world-class manufacturing facility at Wada.
- In March 2022, B Medical’s Ultra-Low Freezer U201 received the WHO PQS prequalification. This is the first-ever Ultra-Low Freezer in the world to receive the WHO PQS prequalification.
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