Non-Woven Fibers in Hygiene Products Market: Demand for Fluff Pulp to Remain Rob
Posted by Arslan on July 16th, 2019
A recent study released by Fact.MR suggests the demand for non-wovens fibersin hygiene product manufacturing will witness a steady growth with an expected production of over 3.5 billion tons in 2019. The study opines that adoption of non-wovens is fuelled by superior absorption, smoothness, softness, stretchability, comfort, high-strength, low run-off and wetback, affordability, and high breathability. The study projects surging demand for non-woven fibers in the manufacture of baby diapers, adult incontinence, and feminine hygiene.
In addition to this, the report on non-woven fiber in hygiene product market presents all the key factors influencing the growth of the market and offers the required justification for their inclusion in the report. A comprehensive opportunity assessment of the non-woven fiber in hygiene product market has also been included in the report. The report on non-woven fiber in hygiene product market also provides a comprehensive assessment of the competition prevalent in the market and identifies the leading players operating in the market.
The Fact.MR report tracks the non-woven fibers in hygiene product market for the period 2018-2028. According to the report, the non-woven fiber for hygiene product market is projected to grow at 3.3% CAGR through 2028.
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A robust and extensive research methodology was employed to unearth invaluable information about the non-woven fiber in hygiene product market. Primary and secondary researches were conducted to obtain actionable insights into the non-woven fiber in hygiene product market. While primary research involved interviewing seasoned experts from the industry, secondary research was conducted by thoroughly studying trade journals, paid sources, and other industry-related publications. Results from both the steps of research were triangulated to produce an accurate and authentic forecast of the non-woven fiber in hygiene product market.
Non-woven fibers can be broadly divided into super absorbent materials (SAP), fluff pulp, stretch non-woven, polyester, and filaments. Among these materials, demand for fluff pulp continues to remain robust in the manufacturing of baby diapers, feminine hygiene, and adult incontinence. In addition to its superior absorbent properties, fluff pulp is increasingly being used in the development of composite non-woven fibers with increased loft and improved three-dimensional relief structure.
What are the Challenges Deterring the Adoption of Non-woven Fibers in Hygiene Product Manufacturing?
Manufacturers Using Advanced Machinery to Enable Large-scale Production of Non-woven Fiber Hygiene Products
Development of sophisticated machinery is aiding in the large-scale production of non-woven fiber hygiene products such as baby diapers, adult incontinence, and feminine hygiene products. Numerous companies are offering state-of-the-art machines to enable speedy production of non-woven hygiene products using an assortment of raw materials. For instance, Fameccania launched its new baby diaper production model FA-X P12 which allows manufacturers to speed up production to almost 1200 ppm without compromising with the quality of the finished products. The mass production of hygiene products is estimated to spur the demand for non-woven fibers for hygiene products.
The leading players operating in the market include Freudenberg Performance Materials, DuPont, Berry Global Inc., and Ahlstorm-Munksjö. Other players operating in this market are Johns Manville, Suominen Corporation, Low & Bona, Lydall, TWE Group, Jacob Holm, and Zhejiang Kingsafe.
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