The market for fertilizers has witnessed a decline in recent years, though growth is expected to stabilize moderately by 2019. The United Kingdom accounts for only seven percent of the European fertilizer market value. Although there are a number of different chemical fertilizers using different materials, they have specific roles, for example nitrogen fertilizer is one of the most commonly used fertilizers in the UK and there is no substitute for nitrogen. Replacing nitrogen based fertilizers for a substitute chemical fertilizer such as phosphate based fertilizers is difficult as they do not have the same applications as nitrogen based fertilizers. Therefore, companies have to rely on specific materials from suppliers in the market.

Strict environmental regulations are being used all over the United Kingdom in order to promote a better way of utilizing fertilizers and making them as much organic as possible.

Aruvian Research analyzes the fertilizer industry in the United Kingdom in its research report Analyzing the Fertilizer Industry in the UK 2016. The report is a complete coverage of this industry as we analyze the market through an industry overview, an analysis of the industry value and volume, a look at the industry segmentation by products and by geography, among other factors.

Apart from the analysis of the UK fertilizer industry, we also analyze the global fertilizer industry in a brief profile and the European fertilizer industry as well.

The report also analyzes the UK fertilizer industry through a Porter’s Five Forces Strategy framework analysis. This analysis includes a look at the bargaining power of buyers and suppliers in the UK fertilizer market, competitive rivalry in the UK fertilizer industry, the threat of new entrants and the threat of substitutes to the UK fertilizer industry.

A future perspective of the fertilizer industry in the United Kingdom is included in the report, with forecast ranging till 2019.

The research report Analyzing the Fertilizer Industry in the UK 2016 is a comprehensive analytical presentation on the subject.