An explosive refers to a reactive substance that is comprised of a vast amount of potential energy that can produce a massive explosion if released suddenly. There are three classes of namely low explosives, industrial explosives, and military explosives. Industrial explosives find applications in mining such as metal mining, quarrying, and non-metal mining and in construction such as tunneling and blasting older buildings for reconstructions. It is usually accompanied by light, sound, and pressure. The process of initiation of explosives is termed as detonation. One unit of explosives when initiated can expand up to 1,000 units within several milliseconds creating high pressure in the blasthole and gaining temperatures ranging from 1,500°C to 4,000°C and an approximate velocity of 2,500–8,000 meters/second. Major uses of explosives are in fireworks, mining, blasting rock masses for tunneling, construction activities, quarrying, hydroelectric power projects, military wars, mineral extraction, and the oil & gas industry, to name a few.
Latin America region is witness increase in number of mining activities in recent past owing to increase in demand of metal and non-metal components. Furthermore, region also witness growing inclination of foreign investors it led to a boost in the demand for explosives such as blasting agents and high explosives in the region. According to Coherent Market Insights’ analysis, Investments in the mining sector in Latin America had risen by over 50% from 2010 to 2014. According to the same source, Total investment in the mining sector in Mexico reached US$ 14.6 Bn collectively in both 2012 and 2013. Hence, these factors are expected to drive growth of the Latin America industrial explosives market in the near future.
Moreover, Latin America region mainly contributed by developing economies such as Brazil, Chile and many other. These countries are going through rapid infrastructure changes and investing heavily in infrastructure market during the forecast period. According to Coherent Market Insights’ analysis, investment in construction and infrastructural activities in Brazil rose from 2.5% of GDP to 4% of GDP from 2011 to 2015. Thus these factors are expected to drive the global market.
This report segments the Latin America industrial explosives market on the basis of Explosive Type, End-use Industry, and Country.
On the basis of Explosive Type, Latin America industrial explosives market is segmented into Mining, Construction and Others.
On the basis of country, Latin America industrial explosives market is segmented into Chile, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Rest of Latin America.
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