|Status : Published||Published On : Dec, 2019||Report Code : VRHC1211||Industry : Healthcare||Available Format :||Page : 127|
Industry insights by Storage Type (Manual and Automated), by Offering (Consumables, Equipment, Services, and Software), by Applications (Clinical Research, Life Science and Medical Research, and Regenerative Medicine), by Utility Needs (Research, Routine, and Epidemiology ), by Geography (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Spain, Japan, China, India, Australia, South Korea, Brazil, U.A.E, Saudi Arabia, South Africa)
The global biobanking market was valued at USD 23,253.6 million in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.7% during the forecast period. Several offerings such as consumables and equipment, majorly contribute to the biobanking market size. Increasing the prevalence of chronic diseases, increasing demand for value-based care, increasing investment for genomic research, increasing awareness, robust pipeline for cell therapy are leading to the growth of the market.
Insight by Storage Type
Based on storage type biobanking market is categorized into manual and automated, on the basis of the product. Among the two categories, the demand for automated biobanking storage is growing at a higher rate. The trend is anticipated to continue in the coming years due to the increasing need for automation, advancements in technology, need for storage of contamination-free samples.
Insight by Offering
Based on offering, the biobanking market is segmented into consumables, equipment, services, and software. Consumables hold the largest share in the biobanking market, globally primarily due to the frequent purchases during the years. The market for biobanking services is anticipated to grow significantly during the forecast period as new players are emerging to provide biobanking services with novel approaches.
Insight by Application
Based on application the market is categorized into life science and medical research, clinical research, and regenerative medicine. Of all the categories, biobanking is mostly used for clinical research purposes as the need for value-based treatments for various therapeutic areas is on the rise significantly across the globe. Also, with the advancements in cell therapy, the market for regenerative medicines is also growing at a significant rate.
Insight by Utility Needs
Based on utility needs, the market is categorized into routine, research, and epidemiology. The biobanking market is anticipated to hold a significant share for research due to the increasing research funding by the large biopharmaceutical companies across the globe.
The growing awareness on the therapeutic potential of stem cells, increasing approval of clinical trials in using cord blood cells, advances in biobanking; increasing government funding for regenerative medicines; and development of novel technologies for stem cell preservation, storage, and processing, are the primary growth drivers for stem cell banking industry. Initiatives are taken by various companies and organizations to broaden awareness biobanking. For instance, in the U.S. CordBloodAwareness.org was formed to increase the awareness about the umbilical cord blood stem cells.
Growing global burden of chronic disease, increasing healthcare expenditure and public awareness related to the therapeutic potential of stem cells are also fueling the growth of the biobanking market.
The strict regulatory framework and high operational and processing costs are the major challenges for the growth of the biobanking market. Moreover, the socio-ethical issues associated with biobanking and the high cost of automation are impeding the growth of the global market.
Geographically, North America is the largest market for biobanking. Some of the key factors leading to the growth of the North American market are technological advancement in the field of preservation and collection technique, availability of federal funding for research, and ongoing approvals for regenerative medicines. Asia-Pacific is the fastest-growing biobanking industry primarily due to the high potential of China. The growth in the region is centered in China, Japan and India as these countries have been developing their Lifesciences industry infrastructure with the increasing research funding.
Some of the key players operating in the global biobanking market are BioLifeSolutions Inc, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Atlanta Biologicals Inc., Merck KGaA, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., STEMCELL Technologies Inc., Qiagen NV, Chart Industries Inc., VWR International LLC, Hamilton Company, PHC Holdings Corporation, Avantor Inc, and AlphaCord LLC.
- Identifying variables and establishing market impact.
- Establishing market trends regionally.
- Analyzing opportunities and market penetration rates by understanding product commercialization, regional expansion.
- Analyzing demand and supply trends and changes in industry dynamics to establish future growth.
- Analyzing sustainability strategies adhered by market participants in an attempt to determine future course of the market.
- Analyzing historical market trends and super-imposing them on the current and future variables to determine the year-on-year trends.
- Understanding adoption, production, export, import, and regulatory framework.
- Estimated and forecasted data was validated through industry experts.
- Apart from industry experts, data triangulation methods were used for validation.
- Bottom-up and top-down approach has been used for estimation and forecast of market data, whereas the top-down approach was used for validation.
- Demand, as well as supply-side surveys, were conducted in order to understand the industry dynamics and data validation.
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