Application and consumption capacity of non-woven fabrics in various industries

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Application and consumption capacity of non-woven fabrics in various industries

Update:09 Jul
Summary: Personal hygiene: disposable diape...
Personal hygiene: disposable diapers, sanitary napkins.
Medical treatment: headscarves, masks, bandages, hospital clothes; range of hair removal.
Clothing and footwear: protective clothing, aprons, linings, hats, jackets, footwear reinforcement materials.
Domestic applications: bedding and tableware, toilet sets, sofa covers, pillows, etc.
Interior: paint and lining interiors, office chairs and armchairs; car interior boxes.
Car: ceiling lining; sunscreen, car box.
Agriculture and horticulture: felt pads; protect greenhouses, plantations and seedlings.
Packaging of substances and protective equipment: packaging of gifts, bags, tote bags; tote bags, folder linings, boxes for machinery and computers; soap and footwear packaging; protectors' clothing.
Miscellaneous: screens for artists, advertising projects, tracks, panels and banners, tents, CD racks; decoration of banquet halls; luggage to supermarkets.
Spunbond nonwovens market by function (disposable and durable), material type (polypropylene, polyethylene, polyester), use (personal care and hygiene, medical, agriculture, packaging, automotive) and region-to 2023 Global forecast for the year.
The spunbond nonwoven fabric market is expected to grow from US$12.7 billion in 2018 to US$18.3 billion in 2023, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.6% during the forecast period. The growth of the spunbond nonwovens market can be attributed to the increase in consumption of spunbonded nonwovens due to population growth and the demand for spunbonded nonwovens in the health and medical fields.