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African Chemicals Outlook 2017

(MENAFNEditorial) NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Adoption of Mobile Technologies to Drive Innovation in the African Chemicals Industry

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This study presents some of the predictions that Frost & Sullivan believes will shape, grow, and have high relevance within the African chemicals industry for 2017 to 2019, specifically within sub-Saharan Africa. Key African trends are discussed, including digitisation and convergence, smart agriculture, LNG beneficiation, Internet of Things (IoT), changing business models, supply chain optimisation, additive manufacturing, and lightweight materials.

While these trends are discussed separately, due to their complementary nature, many trends converge.

Base year: 2016
Geographical scope: Sub-Saharan Africa

Key research objectives:
• To quantify the size of some of the major markets in terms of revenues
• To identify the top predictions and analyse key trends impacting the African chemicals market in 2017
• To highlight the major competitors in the African chemicals market
• To recognise growth opportunities and strategic imperatives for current and the potential market participants
• To detail and analyse the key mega trends and their impact
• To identify to what extent Smart Agriculture is relevant to the African market

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