Global Clean-in-place Market to Reach US$ 27,713.0 Mn by 2027



    Global Clean-in-place Market to Reach US$ 27,713.0 Mn by 2027; Growing Adoption in Food and Pharmaceutical Industries to Drive Market

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    The global clean-in-place market was valued at US$ 7,435.3 Mn in 2018 and is anticipated to register a stable CAGR of 15.7% from 2019 to 2027, according to a new research report published by Transparency Market Research (TMR) titled ‘Clean-in-place Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019–2027.’ Growing adoption in food and pharmaceutical industries, advantages offered by multi-tank CIP systems, rising adoption of automated CIP, and technological innovations drive the global clean-in-place market. The market in North America is expanding at a significant CAGR of 16.9%, owing to numerous technological innovations and growing concerns about hygiene in the food industry. Request a Sample – Growing Adoption in Food and Pharmaceutical Industries to Drive Market Industries that rely heavily on CIP are those that require high levels of hygiene, such as food and pharmaceutical industries. CIP systems play an important role in the food industry, as it is very important in this sector to maintain hygiene and keep machinery and equipment bacteriologically clean. With increasing preference for food hygiene and sanitation, manufacturers are following strict clean-in-place (CIP) after every production shift. The CIP system is designed to automate essential cleaning and disinfection processes as well as to avoid time-consuming work of disassembly and assembly. Demand for clean-in-place systems is rapidly increasing in the food & beverages industry, as process piping and vessels used in the industry require frequent cleaning to remove residue from previous batches and sanitize the process piping as well as vessels. Several global players are continuously focusing on maintaining hygiene to ensure high safety and quality of products. For example, Alfa Laval has introduced a twin-screw model as the latest addition to the company’s hygienic pump portfolio for use in dairy, food & beverages, and personal care industries. This model is capable of handling both product transfer and clean-in-place (CIP). Pharmaceutical manufacturers in the North America region are practicing frequent cleaning of interior surfaces of their process equipment so as to comply with stringent hygiene-related regulations in the region.