Mosquito Control: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities

Mosquito Control: U.S. Market Analysis and Opportunities

Regional Coverage:  United States

Base Year: 2021
Published: Q3 2021
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Base Year: 2022
To be Published: Q3 2023

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A comprehensive analysis examining the mosquito control/disease vector and the pesticides used for its treatment control by the U.S. government*, this report provides suppliers and formulators with the latest information on product usage for the mosquito control market, with a breakdown for adulticides and larvicides. ​


Report features:

  • Sales by brand
  • Sales by supplier 
  • Product types covered:
    • Adulticides
    • Larvicides
    • Biologicals
    • Insect growth regulators
    • Chemicals
    • Surface films/oils
  • Active ingredient usage
  • Key trends 
  • Industry structure 
  • Zika virus update 
  • West Nile virus update 
  • Other diseases

* Includes insecticides for governmental professional mosquito control; excludes insecticides for consumer end users or pest control operators

Covers trends in usage​ and resistance​

Table of Contents


Structure of the industry

  • West Nile virus​
  • Zika virus​
  • Available acres ​

Methods of Control

  • Chemical Methods​
  • Biological Methods
  • Mechanical Methods


  • Acre treatments
  • Methods of applications
  • Use of drones
  • Historical and current sales
  • Sales by region
  • Sales by product form
  • Sales by product type
  • Acre treatments by product type
  • Application by ground or air
  • Sales by brand
  • Consumption by active ingredient
  • Acre treatments by brand
  • End-user price, application rates, and costs
  • Sales by supplier
  • Packaging

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  • Sales by brand
  • Sales by region
  • Acre treatments by brand


  • Sales by class and brand
  • Sales by region
  • Acre treatments by class and brand

Mosquito Control Practices/Opinions

  • Expenditures
  • Contracting and applications
  • Mosquito district budget and chemical expenditures​
  • Percent of chemical purchases for larvicides vs adulticides
  • Shifts in larvicides vs adulticides for the past three years
  • Vector control vs nuisance control

Other Mosquito-Control Issues

  • Mosquito-borne diseases​
  • Mosquito resistance​
  • Key mosquitoes treated
  • Changes in trends or usage of insecticides over the past five years
  • Presence of West Nile virus
  • Public support for larviciding vs adulticiding programs
  • Most frequent citizen complaints
  • Use of generic formulations
  • Planned changes for 2021
  • Presence Of Aedes Aegyptii And Aedes Albopictus


  • Forecast through 2027
  • Growth drivers and constraints

Report Benefits

This report serves as an excellent resource for manufacturers and formulators of mosquito control insecticides used by governments. Specifically, it provides subscribers with:

  • A highly reliable and independent assessment of the brand share sales of mosquito control insecticides
  • Assistance with regulatory filings by providing volumes of active ingredients used
  • Information from both the end-user perspective and key industry experts

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Pandemic Hits Global Lubricants Sales, Suppliers Punch Back

Pandemic Hits Global Lubricants Sales, Suppliers Punch Back

PARSIPPANY, NJ – December 16, 2021 - Kline’s new Global Lubricants Market Analysis and Assessment syndicated study has found that overall global automotive and industrial lubricants demand reached 36.4 million tonnes in 2020, down 10.9% from 2019 due to the global pandemic and its impact across all automotive and industrial sectors.

In terms of product supply, Kline finds that the top five global lubricants suppliers — Shell, ExxonMobil, BP, TotalEnergies, and Chevron, combined — accounted for 35% of global lubricants sales in 2020. Shell continues to be the No. 1 overall global supplier of automotive and industrial lubricants for the 15th consecutive year, notes George Morvey, Industry Manager at Kline.

While no supplier was immune from sales declines in 2020, there were some examples of strategic efforts in leading volume consuming markets that resulted in suppliers holding their respective positions as well as gaining share points. For example, in China, amid the booming e-commerce space for PCMO sales, suppliers strengthened their presence with online flagship stores through leading e-commerce platforms such as and Suppliers also made efforts to work with online-to-offline aftermarket service providers to promote their product lines.

Product upgrades to meet the new API SP Service Category, along with products introduced and targeted at specific channels and vehicle types ― for example, franchised workshops and formulations for hybrid powertrains ― were observed. Moreover, integrated oil companies bundle lubricants with fuel-sales offers in European markets to target on- and off-highway fleets that value this service, which better manages their operational and maintenance costs.

Several recent acquisitions are poised to deliver promising results, such as ExxonMobil acquiring PT Federal Karyatama in Indonesia, giving it a strong position in lubricants for 2-wheelers, and Fuchs Petrolub SE’s acquisition of Nulon Products in Australia, which strengthens Fuchs in country lubricants blending capacity and enables it to target key automotive lubricants sales sectors including independent workshops and retailers

As the United States, China, and India continue to emerge from the pandemic’s impacts, with the United States’ lubricants demand declining by 9.7%, China dropping by 12.9%, and India lowering by 10.9% (2020 vs. 2019), signs of stability, recovery, and a return to normal consumption patterns are taking hold.

To learn more about the 16 country markets and six finished lubricants suppliers covered in detail in this critically important syndicated study, which is now in its 19th edition, subscribe to Kline’s Global Lubricants Market Analysis and Assessment.

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