The Vaccine Market is likely to thrive at a CAGR of 6.6% between 2023 and 2033. The market is anticipated to cross a market valuation of US$ 80.8 billion by 2033 while it is expected to be valued at US$ 42.7 billion in 2023.
The global vaccines market size is expected to reach US $120B by 2032, growing at a 10% CAGR over the forecast period. The advent of existing and re-emerging infectious diseases, expanding industry reforms to promote vaccine R&D, growing public funding for developing drugs, and increasing immunization emphasis are all driving the growth of vaccines.
Experts warn that future pandemics and outbreaks might be even more deadly than COVID-19. Diseases could arise primarily based on pathogens into human, animal, or plant populations for terrorist goals. The expanding presence of infectious diseases will ensure a continuous and growing demand for vaccines in the coming years.
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Due to their large patient populations and rising disposable incomes, emerging regions such as India, China, and Southeast Asia provides an attractive potential for the vaccination business. Major market companies have been enticed to engage in these economies because of their growth potential.
As per emerging vaccines market trends, various organizations and institutions, such as GAVI, are also working to improve vaccine use in impoverished countries, for example, by distributing vaccines at reasonable prices. As a result, these countries have become vital growth hotspots in the vaccine market.
- Expanding healthcare budget for public welfare schemes along with increasing vaccine shots for kids to prevent them from various diseases like smallpox, jaundice, H1B1, etc. are factors boosting the market.
- Covid-19 and other 21st-century diseases have pushed manufacturers to produce new preventive measures.
- Dead-virus and gene-based vaccines along with immunotherapeutic shots are flourishing the demand for the vaccines.
- The WHO and government authorities tying up to find new vaccine technology.
- New advanced TB and Cancer treating vaccines are expected to transform the future of the vaccine race. Furthermore, vaccine vendors try to find different types of vaccine manufacturing processes.
- Rising awareness around the health benefits related to vaccines along with the extended research and development programs are anticipated to expand the vaccine market size.
- DNA and RNA-based vaccines and the efficient & effective vaccine production fuels the adoption of lab automation, increasing the production of vaccines while fulfilling the supply chain
- The United States market leads the space in terms of market share. The market is anticipated to cross a value of US$ 31.4 billion by 2033. The regional market is expected to thrive at a CAGR of 6.6% between 2023 and 2033.
- The China market is leading in terms of CAGR. It thrives at a steady CAGR of 8.9% during the forecast period. The market is likely to reach a value of US$ 6.0 billion by 2033. The origin of Covid-19 and enhanced healthcare structure are fuels for regional growth.
- Subunit and conjugate are likely to thrive in the vaccine type category due to their safer and more effective use. It is expected to thrive at a CAGR of 7.3% during the forecast period.
- The injectable segment tops the end user tally with a CAGR of 6.7% between 2023 and 2033. The growth is attributed to easy and efficient implementation along with higher effectiveness.
The key players focus on producing advanced vaccines with DNA & RNA-based technology along with gene-based technology. The players also extend their research and development programs to produce vaccines with higher effectiveness and lower side effects. Key competitors also merge, acquire, and partner with other companies to increase the supply chain and distribution channel. The key players in the market include Sanofi SA, Merck & Co., Inc., Pfizer BioNTech, CSL Limited, and Johnson & Johnson.
- In 2023, Sanofi SA is likely to launch a blood disorder drug for a rare bleeding disorder hemophilia.
- Pfizer BioNTech introduced its booster shots as a third primary series dose for kids of 5 years of age that are diagnosed with certain kinds of immuno-compromise.
By Vaccine Type:
- Live attenuated
- Subunit & Conjugate
By Route of Administration:
- Pneumococcal Diseases
- Human Papillomavirus
- Meningococcal Diseases
By Distribution Channel:
- Hospital Pharmacies
- Institutional Sales
- Retail Pharmacies