Global Food Processing Equipment Market 2019 Trends, Industry Demand, Supply Chain and Key Companies Analysis to 2023

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Pune, India - December 6, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Food Processing Equipment Industry 2019

Market Overview:
In today’s world, a lot of equipment has been launched which has made the lives of people easier. One such equipment is Food Processing Equipment. It is used to transform the raw food ingredients in to food items. This is done by various physical and chemical means. Dryers, chillers, fryers, choppers, mixers, roasters, grinders, slicers, separators, cutters, peelers, extractors, homogenizers, feeders, and ovens all fall under the category of food processing equipment. These are used in both industries and households. As the lives of people are becoming busier, the need for such equipment is increasing.

Market by Top Food Processing Equipment Companies, this report covers
GEA Group
Bühler AG
Ali SpA
Meyer Industries
Satake Corporation
Heat and Control
Baader Group
Bucher Industries
Haarslev Industries
Rheon Automatic Machinery
Sinmag Bakery Machine
Tomra Systems
Risco SpA
Key Technology
Pavan Srl
Baker Perkins
Atlas Pacific Engineering
Hosokawa Micron
Mallet & Company
Hebei XiaoJin

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This food processing equipment are used in different industries like industrial bakery, dairy industry, chocolate manufacturing industry, poultry farm, vegetable industry, the seafood industry, confectionery units, milk industry, nut industry, and beverage units. The main element this is used to make these pieces of equipments is stainless steel. The most common alloys used to make stainless steel are 304SS and 316SS. The scope of this industry is expanding and is expected to expand in the years to come.

The global market for Food Processing Equipment is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 7.2% in the coming years and is expected to reach 77300 million US$ by 2023. The main drivers of growth in this industry are the changes in the demand for food and improvement in the technologies. The consistently increasing consumption and demand for processed food is a key driver for the market.

Market Segmentation:
On the basis of the type, the global Food Processing Equipment market is classified into Frozen Food Processing Machinery, Bakery & Pasta Processing Machinery, Meat Processing Machinery, and Others.
From the application perspective, the global Food Processing Equipment market can be divided into Food Processing Plants, Restaurants, and others. Most of the machinery is made to be used by individual consumers and are not mass-produced.

Regional Analysis:
Based on the geographical scale, the Food Processing Equipment market comprises of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East, and Africa. In the coming years, the European and North American market is expected to see a rise because of the ever-increasing demand for food processing equipment in these regions. With the coming up of globalization, the food preferences of the people have changed. Nowadays people want more protein in their diet which in turn leads to increased consumption of processed meat.

As per the statistics, North America occupies around 28% revenue market share in past years. The increasing openness to foreign goods has also changed the food processing sector in countries like India and China. In these countries, the meat processing equipment is the fastest-growing sector. In Asia-Pacific, China occupies a significant market share in this industry.

Industry News:
As per the trend, the market competition of Food Processing Equipment is fierce. There are many enterprises that can obtain profits from the marketing and manufacturing of food processing equipment. This is the main reason why new enterprises and companies are expected to enter this market.

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points
1 Market Overview
2 Manufacturers Profiles
3 Global Food Processing Equipment Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer (2017-2018)
4 Global Food Processing Equipment Market Analysis by Regions
5 North America Food Processing Equipment by Country
6 Europe Food Processing Equipment by Country
7 Asia-Pacific Food Processing Equipment by Country
8 South America Food Processing Equipment by Country
9 Middle East and Africa Food Processing Equipment by Countries
10 Global Food Processing Equipment Market Segment by Type
11 Global Food Processing Equipment Market Segment by Application
12 Food Processing Equipment Market Forecast (2019-2025)
13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers
14 Research Findings and Conclusion
15 Appendix
List of Tables and Figures

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