Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market Report 2023: Sector is Expected to Reach $86 Billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 15.5%

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The global single-use bioprocessing market is estimated to be worth of USD 23.61 Billion in 2023 and is growing at a CAGR of 15.45% during the forecast period from 2023 to 2032.

Companies Mentioned

  • Sartorius Stedim Biotech
  • Danaher Corporation
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Merck Kgaa
  • Getinge Ab
  • Eppendorf Ag
  • Corning
  • Entegris
  • Avantor
  • Cesco Bioengineering Co. Ltd. Cellexus
  • Pbs Biotech Inc.
  • Distek Inc.
  • Abec Inc.
  • Able Corporation & Biott Corporation
  • G&G Technologies Inc. Solida Biotech Gmbh
  • Satake Chemical Equipment Mfg Ltd.

Single-use bioprocessing (SUB) describes the use of active consumables, conduits, and containers that only come into touch with process fluids once before being discarded. In its most basic form, SUB substitutes plastic for glass or stainless steel.

SUB emerged in earnest during the late 1990s, when biotech businesses began utilizing polymeric containers for low-risk biomanufacturing processes such as buffer preparation and storage, realizing the ubiquitous usage of plastic packaging for blood products and medications.

Bioprocess bags were created by companies to replace glass or bigger stainless-steel containers, and this led to the development of industries for aseptic connections, valves, and tubing.

Tubing and filters, which are now virtually invariably of the single-use sort, are really the single-use goods that have seen the most success and the biggest market penetration. In stainless steel facilities, plastic tubing is also always utilized, although almost all filters nowadays are single-use and have no recycling possibilities.

The key to SUB's success and its potential for growth as a manufacturing technology is its near-elimination of non-value-added tasks, such as packing chromatography columns, but more specifically the labor-intensive, expensive, time-consuming, and strictly regulated cleaning and cleaning validation of fixed-tank bioreactors and feed lines. Equipment that is used once and then destroyed eliminates product cross-contamination and significantly reduces disease concerns.

The economics of use-and-throw vs use, clean, validate, and reuse have been thoroughly established for single-use bioreactors and are now generally recognized. Additionally, the emergence of multi-product facilities, contract manufacturing, and outsourced product development has produced a setting where speed and flexibility, which are challenging to achieve with fixed-tank equipment, are highly valued.

The increased demand for biopharmaceuticals in recent years has fueled the adoption of single-use bioprocessing technology, as has a rise in funding for the development of biologics such as monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, recombinant proteins, and others.

The adoption of single-use systems in the bioprocessing industry has also been aided by advantages related to their usage, such as a notable decrease in operating costs and the amount of time and money needed to build new facilities. The company's single-use assembly processes as well as other product portfolios were intended to be improved by this expansion.

Furthermore, with a growing emphasis on the research of regenerative medicine, such as cell and gene treatments, higher clinical trial success, and a faster pace of regulatory approvals, demand for commercialization of these products is projected to expand in the near future. Additionally, in order to sustain their highly dynamic and regularly changing product portfolios, CMOs are using single-use systems due to the rising outsourcing activities in the biopharmaceutical manufacturing industry.

Key Attributes:

Report AttributeDetails
No. of Pages345
Forecast Period2019 - 2032
Estimated Market Value (USD) in 2019$12.36 Billion
Forecasted Market Value (USD) by 2032$86.03 Billion
Compound Annual Growth Rate15.5%
Regions CoveredGlobal

Key Topics Covered:

1. Market Abstract

2. Market Introduction

3. Research Practice

4. Key Related Data
4.1 Competitive Positioning
4.1.1 Product Positioning
4.1.2 Revenue Positioning
4.1.3 Regional Reach Positioning
4.2 Major Investments in Last Five Years by Global Players
4.3 Key Industry Trends in Major Countries
4.4 Technological Advancement
4.5 Trade Analysis
4.6 Supply Chain Analysis
4.7 Value Chain Analysis
4.8 Porters Five Forces
4.9 Guidelines/Regulations
4.10 Covid-19 Impact on Single-Use Bioprocessing Market
4.10.1 Global Analysis (Region Wise)
4.10.2 Impact of Covid-19 on Major Markets

5. Impact Factor Analysis
5.1 Market Dynamics
5.1.1 Drivers
5.1.2 Restraints
5.1.3 Opportunities
5.1.4 Challenges
5.2 Porter's Five Force

6. Market Development Analysis
6.1 New Industry Development/Launch (2015-2022)
6.2 Mergers and Acquisitions (2015-2022)
6.3 Partnerships/Agreements/Collaborations (2015-2022)

7. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, by Product (Pre-Covid and Covid Market Estimation and Forecast, 2019-2032), Value (USD Million), Volume (Units)
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Market Share Analysis
7.3 Bioreactors
7.4 Tangential-Flow Filtration Devices
7.5 Depth Filters
7.6 Disposable Filter Cartridges
7.7 Media Bags & Containers
7.8 Mixing Systems
7.9 Tubing Assemblies
7.10 Sampling Systems
7.11 Others

8. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, by Application (Pre- Covid and Covid Market Estimation and Forecast, 2019-2032), Value (USD Million), Volume (Units)
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Market Share Analysis
8.3 Monoclonal Antibody Production
8.4 Vaccine Production
8.5 Plant Cell Cultivation
8.6 Patient Specific Cell Therapies
8.7 Others

9. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, by Method (Pre-Covid and Covid Market Estimation and Forecast, 2019-2032), Value (USD Million), Volume (Units)
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Market Share Analysis
9.3 Filtration
9.4 Storage
9.5 Cell Culture
9.6 Mixing
9.7 Purification

10. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, by End-user (Pre-Covid and Covid Market Estimation and Forecast, 2019-2032), Value (USD Million), Volume (Units)
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Market Share Analysis
10.3 Biopharmaceutical Manufacturers
10.4 Life Science R&D Companies & Academic Research Institutes
10.5 Contract Research Organizations & Manufacturers

11. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, by Workflow (Pre-Covid and Covid Market Estimation and Forecast, 2019-2032), Value (USD Million), Volume (Units)
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Market Share Analysis
11.3 Upstream Bioprocessing
11.4 Fermentation
11.5 Downstream Bioprocessing

12. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, Regional Analysis (Pre- Covid and Covid Market Estimation and Forecast, 2019-2032), Value (USD Million), Volume (Units)

13. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, Competitive Intelligence
13.1 Competitive Positioning
13.1.1 Product Positioning
13.1.2 Revenue Positioning
13.1.3 Regional Reach Positioning
13.2 Major Investments in Last Five Years by Players
13.3 Competitor Benchmarking
13.3.1 Major Competitors
13.3.2 Product Comparison Analysis
13.3.3 Target Market/Output
13.3.4 Regional Approach and Sales Focus Area
13.3.5 Key Strategies
13.4 Vendor Matrix
13.5 Market Share Analysis, 2021 (%)
13.6 Competitive Leadership Outlook
13.6.1 Market Leaders
13.6.2 Innovators
13.6.3 Startups & Emerging Companies

14. Global Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, Company Analysis

15. Appendix

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