Nonwoven materials, such as face masks, isolation gowns, curtains, single-use caps, and shoe and headcovers, are commonly utilized to create healthcare needs. Consistent with this notion, the extensive utilization of these textiles in manufacturing lightweight automotive parts is also bolstering the expansion of the market.
Nonwoven fabrics are textile materials that fabricate fibres by applying heat, chemicals, or pressure. Several production processes are frequently employed in manufacturing, including fibre entanglement and chemical and thermal bonding techniques for materials like olefin, polyester, and rayon. Nonwoven materials offer distinct advantages over conventional fabrics, such as cotton, linen, wool, and silk. These advantages include reduced weight elimination of the need for weaving or knitting in the production of interlinings, insulation, protective apparel, industrial workwear, chemical defence suits, and footwear components.
The study of essential trends in each segment of the worldwide nonwoven fabrics market report is provided by IMARC Group. This report also includes global, regional, and country forecasts for 2023-2028. The valuation of the worldwide nonwoven fabrics market in 2022 amounted to US$ 42.6 Billion. The worldwide nonwoven textiles market is anticipated to have a compound annual growth rate of 6.1% from 2023 to 2028. The worldwide nonwoven textiles market is primarily driven by the increasing use of nonwoven fabrics in various industries, such as interlinings, insulation and protection apparel, industrial workwear, and chemical defence suits.
Prominent participants in the worldwide nonwoven fabrics market comprise Ahlstrom-Munksjö Oyj, DuPont de Nemours Inc., Fitesa S.A. and Affiliates (Petropar SA), Berry Global Group Inc., Johns Manville Corporation (Berkshire Hathaway), Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Freudenberg Performance Materials SE & Co. KG, and PFNonwovens Czech. In line with this, these fabrics’ widespread adoption of lightweight automobile components contributes to the market’s growth.
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