Global High Purity Quartz Sand Market Growing With A CAGR Of 5.6% During 2022-2032
Rising demand for high purity quartz sand can largely be credited to the semiconductor industry, which has rapidly grown over the past half-decade, and is set to grow at the same pace over the forecast period. Demand for high purity quartz sand has risen by nearly threefold from this sector over the past five years. There are no substitutes for high purity quartz sand in the semiconductor market, which is set to ensure market growth in the long run.
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Key Segments Covered in the High Purity Quartz Sand Industry Report
High Purity Quartz Sand Market by Grade :
- 2N High Purity Quartz Sand
- 3N High Purity Quartz Sand
- 4N High Purity Quartz Sand
- 5N High Purity Quartz Sand
High Purity Quartz Sand Market by Application :
- High Purity Quartz Sand for Semiconductors
- High Purity Quartz Sand for Solar Energetics
- High Purity Quartz Sand for Optics
- High Purity Quartz Sand for Lighting
- High Purity Quartz Sand for Other Applications
High Purity Quartz Sand Market by Region :
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia & Oceania
- Middle East & Africa
Some of the major players in the high purity quartz sand market include:
- American Elements
- Australian Silica Quartz Pty Ltd.
- Covia Holdings Corporation
- Creswick Quartz
- High Purity Quartz Sand Pty Ltd
- I-Minerals Inc.
- Jiangsu Pacific Quartz Co. Ltd.
- Mineracao Santa Rosa
- Nordic Mining ASA,
- Russian Quartz LLC
- Sibelc, Sung Rim
- The Quartz Corp.
Major players among the aforementioned entities have expressed interest in vertical integration, which would lessen their reliance on suppliers and provide them with a competitive edge.
- In February 2022, Australian Silica Quartz Pty. Ltd. announced it had signed a MoU Terms Sheet for permitting exports of silica sand of up to 45,000 tons per month from Marella Road, Bullsbrook in Western Australia. The initiative builds on the ongoing export of silica sand by sea containers