Top 10 Companies in the Emulsion Polymers Market by Intellectual Market Insights Research

Published Date : 2023-May-25

Emulsion Polymers Market Players Analysis: DIC Corporation, Dow Chemical Company, BASF SE, Arkema Group, Celanese Corporation, Trinseo, The Lubrizol Corporation, Wacker Chemie AG, Synthomer Plc, Asahi Kasei Corporation and More

According to a comprehensive study by Intellectual Market Insights Research, the global Emulsion Polymers Market size was valued at USD 27.12 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 51.87 billion by 2028.

Emulsion Polymers Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Type, by Application, By End-Use Industry, Global Economy Insights, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2022 - 2028.

Growing at a CAGR of 8.32% from 2021 to 2028.

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  1. DIC Corporation


Founded: 1908

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan


About Us: DIC Corporation is Japanese chemical company, specializing in the development, manufacture and sale of inks, pigments, polymers, specialty plastics and compounds and biochemicals. It was founded in 1908 as Kawamura Ink Manufactory, renamed to Kawamura Kijuro Shoten in 1915, incorporated as Dainippon Printing Ink Manufacturing in 1937 and renamed to Dainippon Ink and Chemicals (DIC) in 1962 before the name was changed to the present name DIC Corporation in 2008 on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.

The company had nearly 22,474 employees and had revenue of ¥ 1054.2 Billion.


  1. Dow Chemical Company


Founded: 1897

Headquarters: Midland, Michigan, U.S


About Us: The Dow Chemical Company, officially Dow Inc., is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan, United States. The company is among the three largest chemical producers in the world. With a presence in about 160 countries, it employs about 37,800 people worldwide. Dow has been called the "chemical companies' chemical company", as its sales are to other industries rather than directly to end-use consumers. Dow is a member of the American Chemistry Council.

The company had nearly 37,800 employees and had revenue of $56.90 Billion.


  1. BASF SE


Founded: 1865

Headquarters: Ludwigshafen, Germany


About Us: BASF SE, an acronym for a its original name Badische Anilin und Sodafabrik, is a European multinational company and the largest chemical producer in the world. Its headquarters are located in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The BASF comprises subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and operates six integrated production sites and 390 other production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, the Americas and Africa.

The company had nearly 111,047 employees and had revenue of 78.6 Billion.


  1. Arkema Group


Founded: 2004

Headquarters: Colombes, France


About Us: Arkema S.A. is a publicly listed, multi-national manufacturer of specialty materials, headquartered in Colombes, near Paris, France. It has three specialty materials segments (or divisions); adhesives, advanced materials and coatings. A further segment covers chemical intermediates.

The company had nearly 20,200 employees and had revenue of €9.5 Billion.


  1. Celanese Corporation


Founded: 1918

Headquarters: Irving, Texas


About Us: Celanese Corporation, formerly known as Hoechst Celanese, is an American technology and specialty materials company headquartered in Irving, Texas. A Fortune 500 corporation, the company is the world’s leading producer of acetic acid, producing about 1.95 million tonnes per year, representing approximately 25% of global production. Celanese is also the world's largest producer of vinyl acetate monomer (VAM).

The company had nearly 8,529 employees and had revenue of $8.54 Billion.


  1. Trinseo


Founded: 2010

Headquarters: Wayne, Pennsylvania, U.S. 


About Us: Trinseo is a company focusing particularly on the manufacture of plastics and latex binders. Trinseo (formerly known as Styron) was part of the Dow Chemical Company until Dow grouped several of its businesses for potential sale in 2009. In 2010, under the name Styron, those holdings were sold to private equity firm Bain Capital for $1.63 billion.

The company had nearly 3,400 employees and had revenue of $4.97 Billion.


  1. The Lubrizol Corporation


Founded: 1928

Headquarters: Wickliffe, Ohio, United States         


About Us: The Lubrizol Corporation is an American provider of specialty chemicals for the transportation, industrial and consumer markets. These products include additives for engine oils and other transportation-related fluids, additives for industrial lubricants, and additives for gasoline and diesel fuel.

The company had nearly 8,300 employees and had revenue of $6.5 Billion.


  1. Wacker Chemie AG


Founded: 1914

Headquarters: Munich, Germany    



About Us: Wacker Chemie AG is a German multinational chemical company which was founded in 1914 by Alexander Wacker. The company is controlled by the Wacker family holding more than 50 percent of the shares. The corporation is operating more than 25 production sites in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

The company had nearly 14,406 employees and had revenue of €6,207.5 Million.


  1. Synthomer Plc


Founded: 1863

Headquarters: London, England


About Us: Synthomer plc, formerly known as Yule Catto & Co, is a British-based chemicals business. It is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. The company traces its roots back to 1863, when Andrew Yule founded a trading house known as Andrew Yule & Co. in Calcutta. At the same time Andrew's brother, George Yule, set up George Yule & Co. in London, which acted as British agency arm of Andrew Yule & Co.

The company had nearly 5,000 employees and had revenue of £2,383.9 Million.


  1. Asahi Kasei Corporation


Founded: 1931

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan


About Us: Asahi Kasei Corporation, is a multinational Japanese chemical company. Its main products are chemicals and materials science. It was founded in May 1931, using the paid in capital of Nobeoka Ammonia Fiber Co., Ltd, a Nobeoka, Miyazaki based producer of ammonia, nitric acid, and other chemicals. Now headquartered in Tokyo, with offices and plants across Japan, as well as China, Singapore, Thailand, U.S.A. and Germany.

The company had nearly 46,751 employees and had revenue of $21.9 Billion.


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