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How toxic is tin? This question could lead to a trade conflict between the USA and Europe. In North America, cables, pipes, and window frames are usually made durable with the help of tin. In the European Union, on the other hand, the Chemicals Agency wants to restrict organotin stabilizers. Europeans tend to use calcium and zinc to protect plastic and rubber products against heat, oxidation, and UV light. The production and processing of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in particular would not be possible without stabilizing chemicals. The latest Ceresana study on the global market for thermal stabilizers and UV stabilizers predicts that sales of these necessary additives for plastics and elastomers will grow to USD 6.5 billion by 2033.

Protecting plastics with heavy metals or soybean oil

These days, cadmium stabilizers are frowned upon worldwide. In more and more countries, the plastics industry is also avoiding lead-based stabilizers. However, recycling remains a challenge: In the circular economy, plastics should be recycled wherever possible, including, for example, old floor coverings or other construction products made of PVC – however, the heavy metals used to stabilize the original materials can be found in the recycled materials. For new plastic products, environmentally friendly stabilizers that cause hardly any odor or VOC emissions are in demand. Ceresana expects global demand for calcium-based stabilizers to grow by 3.7% per year. Calcium can also be used for liquid mixed metal stabilizers. The demand for tin stabilizers is expected to amount to around 258,000 tonnes in 2033. Bio-based heat stabilizers, such as those made from epoxidized soybean oil, are not yet suitable for all applications.

Stabilizers for PVC construction products

Almost two thirds of all plastic and elastomer stabilizers are used by the construction industry, primarily for products made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The most important application is plastic pipes, for which around 388,000 tonnes of stabilizers are currently used every year. This is followed by profiles, cables, films, and other applications. In total, Asia-Pacific is the largest regional market for stabilizers, accounting for a share of 61%, followed by Western Europe. In Asia, stabilizers are mainly used for PVC pipes, whereas in Europe they are used for profiles, for example for windows or door frames. For drinking water pipes at least, the aim worldwide today is to do without lead stabilizers.

Current 7th edition of the “Stabilizers” market study:

Chapter 1 provides a description and analysis of the global stabilizers market – including forecasts up to 2033: For each region of the world, demand in tonnes and revenues in US dollars and euros are given. Furthermore, global and regional demand per product type and application area is analyzed. Market data on demand and revenues per sector are also provided.

The following stabilizer types are examined in detail:

  • Calcium-based stabilizers
  • Tin stabilizers
  • Lead stabilizers
  • Liquid mixed metal stabilizers and other products

Application areas for stabilizers analyzed in this study are:

  • Pipes
  • Profiles, for example for window frames and doors
  • Films
  • Cables
  • Floorings
  • Other applications

Customer sectors for stabilizers analyzed in this study are:

  • Construction industry
  • Packaging
  • Transportation
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Industry
  • Other sectors

In Chapter 2, the demand for and the revenues generated with stabilizers are analyzed for 22 countries. Demand is examined in detail for each type of stabilizer and for the various application areas and sectors.

Chapter 3 provides 67 company profiles of the most important producers of stabilizers for plastics and elastomers. The practical manufacturer directory is clearly structured according to contact details, revenues, net income, product range, production sites, profile summary, product types, and areas of application. In-depth profiles of the most important producers are given, for example of Akdeniz, BASF, Baerlocher, Evonik, Lanxess, Mitsubishi Chemical, Timah, Shin-Etsu, Syensqo, Songwon, and Sumitomo.


=> A new market report by Ceresana on polyvinyl chloride (PVC), the main application area for stabilizers, is available. Ceresana regularly examines the global market for masterbatches, plasticizers, and other plastic additives. Current Ceresana market studies on various products made from PVC are also available: Plastic pipes, windows and doors, packaging, and plastic films.


Scope of the Report:



Base Year2023
Trend Period2021- 2033
Forecast Period2024 – 2033
Stabilizer TypesTin stabilizers, lead stabilizers, calcium-based stabilizers, liquid mixed metal stabilizers and other products
Company Profiles Akdeniz Chemson Kimya San. Tic. A.S., BASF SE, Baerlocher Group of Companies, Evonik Industries AG, Lanxess AG, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, PT Timah Tbk, Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd., Syensqo SA, Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd., and Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd (Selection)
Edition6th edition
PublicationMay 2024


1 Market Data: World and Regions

1.1 Basics

1.2 World

1.2.1 Demand

1.2.2 Revenues

1.2.3 Demand per application Pipes Profiles Films Wires & cables Flooring Other applications

1.2.4 Demand per product type Tin stabilizers Lead stabilizers Calcium-based Stabilizers Liquid mixed metal stabilizers and other products

1.2.5 Demand per sector Packaging Construction Transportation Electrical & Electronics (E&E) Industry Others

1.2.6 Revenues per sector Packaging Construction Transportation Electrical & Electronics (E&E) Industry Others

1.3 Western Europe

1.3.1 Demand

1.3.2 Revenues

1.3.3 Applications, products, and sectors

1.4 Eastern Europe

1.4.1 Demand

1.4.2 Revenues

1.4.3 Applications, products, and sectors

1.5 North America

1.5.1 Demand

1.5.2 Revenues

1.5.3 Applications, products, and sectors

1.6 South America

1.6.1 Demand

1.6.2 Revenues

1.6.3 Applications, products, and sectors

1.7 Asia-Pacific

1.7.1 Demand

1.7.2 Revenues

1.7.3 Applications, products, and sectors

1.8 Middle East

1.8.1 Demand

1.8.2 Revenues

1.8.3 Applications, products, and sectors

1.9 Africa

1.9.1 Demand

1.9.2 Revenues

1.9.3 Applications, products, and sectors

2 Market Data: Country Profiles

(For each country: Total revenues, total demand, revenues and demand split by sector, demand split by application and by product)

2.1 Western Europe

2.1.1 Belgium

2.1.2 France

2.1.3 Germany

2.1.4 Italy

2.1.5 Spain

2.1.6 The Netherlands

2.1.7 United Kingdom

2.1.9 Others

2.2 Eastern Europe

2.2.1 Poland

2.2.2 Russia

2.2.3 Turkey

2.2.4 Others

2.3 North America

2.3.1 Canada

2.3.2 Mexico

2.3.3 USA

2.4 South America

2.4.1 Brazil

2.4.2 Others

2.5 Asia-Pacific

2.5.1 China

2.5.2 India

2.5.3 Indonesia

2.5.4 Japan

2.5.5 South Korea

2.5.6 Taiwan

2.5.7 Thailand

2.5.8 Vietnam

2.5.9 Others

3 Company Profiles

3.1 Western Europe

Belgium (2 producers)

France (1)

Germany (9)

Italy (4)

Spain (1)

Switzerland (2)

The Netherlands (1)

3.2 Eastern Europe

Turkey (1)

3.3 North America

USA (10)

3.4 South America

Brazil (1)

Colombia (1)

3.5 Asia-Pacific

China (5)

India (5)

Indonesia (1)

Japan (8)

Singapore (1)

South Korea (4)

Taiwan (6)

3.6 Middle East

Iran (2)

Israel (1)

United Arab Emirates (1)


*Note: The profiles are assigned to the country in which the company or holding is headquartered. Profiles also include JVs and subsidiaries.

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