Electroplating Market was valued at USD 12.79 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 15.98 Billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 2.95 % from 2022 to 2028. Electroplating is the process of plating metal onto another metal utilising hydrolysis to prevent corrosion or for ornamental purposes. This process is comparable to electroforming in that they both use an electro-deposition process and are classified as additive manufacturing. Metal plating is done by immersing the anode and cathode in a salt solution electrolytic bath, which also contains the metal to be plated. When a direct current is conducted through a solution, metal ions are transferred to the cathode surface, resulting in the electroplating process. Electroplating is commonly used to preserve components from corrosion and to restore older components to their original appearance. As a result, electroplating is crucial in the automotive industry. During the forecast period, rising demand in the automotive sector is leading to rising demand in the electroplating market. Electroplating puts a protective coating on a surface to reduce friction and prevent tarnishing. It also uses a thin, robust metal covering to protect the surface from wear and tear. The surface properties of an object are changed when a non-metallic surface is coated with metal. In addition to providing wear resistance, corrosion protection, and abrasion resistance, metal coatings are sometimes used to improve the appearance of components. Furthermore, electroplating can make low-cost metals appear to be of greater quality. Automobiles, aviation, electronics, leisure, and agricultural industries are all seeing an upsurge in their use of electroplating. As a result, demand for global electroplating is likely to increase over the forecast period. Increasing demand for this market from various end user sectors, growing demand for smart appliances such as smartphones, refrigerators are fuelling the market growth. However, a serious drawback of using electroplating is due to stringent regulations imposed by the government as it exhibits hazardous chemicals and gases during electroplating process into the atmosphere.