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Radiation technology market


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In 2013, the nuclear medicine market was US$ 14.9 billion. It is expected to grow up to US$ 24 billion by 2020 and up to US$ 43 billion by 2030. The largest market players are GE, Siemens, Philips, Toshiba, and Lantheus. In 2013, the Russian market was worth US$ 0.5 billion, but by 2030, the domestic market could grow more than fivefold. The Corporation plans to seize ~2% of the global nuclear medicine market by 2016 and up to 12% by 2030.

The global ecology market (water treatment, disposal of waste) in 2013 amounted to US$ 144 billion; by 2020, it is expected to grow up to US$ 200 billion and by 2030, it is expected to increase up to US$ 300 billion. The largest market players are GE, CNIM, Martin, Babcock & Wilcox, Vølund, Doosan, and Veolia. The Russian market in 2013 was US$ 5.9 billion; it has prospects of growing up to US$ 8.2 billion by 2030. The potential share of the Corporation in this market is 0.01% by 2016 and 2% by 2030.

The value of the irradiation centres market in 2013 was US$ 2.5 billion; it is expected to grow up to US$ 5 billion by 2020 and up to US$ 13–14 billion by 2030. The largest players in this market are Nordion, IBA, Hungaroster, and Sterigenics. In 2013, the Russian market was worth US$ 4.9 million; it is expected to grow up to US$ 45 million by 2020 and up to US$ 294 million by 2030. By 2016, the Corporation’s potential presence in the market is 1% by 2020 and 12% by 2030.

The value of the global inspection systems and non-destructive testing market in 2013 was US$ 3.1 billion; by 2020, it is expected to grow up to US$ 4.6 billion and up to US$ 7.6 billion by 2030. The largest players in the market are Smiths Detection, Rapiscan, and L3 Communication. In 2013, the domestic market was worth US$ 50.8 million; by 2020, it is expected to grow up to US$ 83 million and US$ 126 million by 2030. By 2016, the Corporation’s potential presence in the market is 2% and 6% by 2030.

For details, see the Report section “Radiation technologies.

Fig. Outlook for global radiation technology development by 2030





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