San Francisco, California, July 13, 2018 – The global polypropylene (PP) nonwoven fabric market will draw considerable strength from the rise in preference of the fabric over other nonwoven types for making a range of hygienic products. The rising uptake of a variety of disposal hygiene products in worldwide populations, especially in developing economies, is bolstering the demand for PP nonwoven fabrics. The rising application of PP fibers and polymers in the textile manufacturing industry is a key factor propelling the growth of the market.
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In a report by TMR Research, key elements of the market dynamics are elaborately evaluated to assess their impact on the current market potential and emerging prospects during the forecast period of 2017–2025. The study is titled “PP Nonwoven Fabric Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017–2025”.
The rising demand for disposable consumer products made from PP nonwoven fabrics is catalyzing the market growth. The substantially rising demand for baby diapers and sanitary wipes in emerging economies, such as in Asia Pacific, has accentuated the market in recent years. In developed nations, the market could witness substantial fillip from the rising demand for adult incontinence products attributed by rapidly aging populations in these nations.
The PP nonwoven fabric market is boosted by the rising demand for nonwoven fabrics in various end-use industries, including automotive, geotextile, and construction industries. The rising application of PP nonwoven fabrics in these end-use industries is attributed to several attractive attributes of the fabric. This enables manufacturers to produce high-quality textiles with remarkable tensile strength.
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The PP nonwoven fabric market is witnessing marked setbacks from the mounting environmental concerns about the use of petroleum-based products in various parts of the globe. This, coupled with government regulations in place for downstream petrochemical processing, has hindered the production of nonwoven fabrics. Nevertheless, the advent of bio-based PP fabrics and their rising popularity will unlock abundant lucrative prospects for manufacturers. Furthermore, substantial advancements in the production technologies will create promising avenues in the coming years.
Prominent players operating in the PP nonwoven fabric market include Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Fibertex, and Avgol Nonwovens.