According to Future Market Insights (FMI), sales of dairy processing equipment are predicted to reach a value of US$ 17.2 billion in 2032, with a CAGR of roughly 5.4 percent.
Manufacturers’ increased interest in manufacturing nutrient-fortified, organic, and low-fat dairy products in response to rising demand is another factor expected to fuel the market.
Cutting-edge automated milk production equipment is replacing manual milking procedures in top-tier dairy farms.
Milk is a perishable product that is bacterially tainted and has a high pH level. The quality and taste of dairy products will degrade if adequate sanitary practices are not followed during manufacturing and storage.
The lack of adequate procedures to handle dairy wastewater is primarily responsible for unsanitary working conditions and the spread of pollutants through several sources. The global dairy processing equipment market is likely to be driven by the rising occurrence of several maladies, such as digestive disorders caused by irregular eating habits, which often arise as a result of poor diet and demanding work schedules.
- Over the projected period, the automatic segment will lead the market in terms of type.
- The United States is likely to lead the market for dairy processing equipment in North America.
- China and Australia will lead the market for dairy processing equipment in East Asia and Oceania.
- The homogenizers category will account for a considerable part of the market based on equipment.
Who is the victor?
GEA Group, Krones AG, Tetra Pak International, IDMC Limited, SPX Corporation, Van Den Heuvel, Jhon Bean Technologies Corporation, Alfa Laval Corporation, ISF Industries, Agrometal Limited, Coperion GmbH, Caloris Engineering LLC, Dui Ci Inox, and others are among the leading manufacturers of equipment.