The Impact of Sustainability on Nonwovens to 2024

Sustainability is a major issue for both the whole world and the nonwovens world in 2019. This report will identify and discuss the top 25 impacts of sustainability on nonwovens, not only in 2019 but through to 2024.

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Our exclusive content:

  • Top 25 impacts of sustainability on Nonwovens
  • The ranking of sustainability trends and their impact on nonwovens market to 2024.
  • The opportunities and threats for businesses at each stage of the value chain.

What methodology is used?

The Impact of Sustainability on Nonwovens to 2024 is based on a combination of in-depth primary and secondary research. Primary research included interviews with key market and technical staff across the global value chain for nonwovens. Key participants interviewed included personnel from producers, raw material suppliers, industry experts from major process equipment suppliers and industry consultants. Secondary research included information acquired from technical literature, reports, papers, conference proceedings, company information, and other trade, business and government sources.

What will you discover?

  • In-depth analysis on the key drivers and trends for sustainability in the nonwovens market.
  • The latest research on the advancement in new renewable and sustainable products in the nonwoven s market.
  • Discover new policies and regulations within the nonwoven industry       
When purchasing a copy of this report you will also recieve a free copy of our brand new report THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE NONWOVENS INDUSTRY.

COVID-19 will create permanent changes in nonwovens demand. This new report builds upon solid socio-economic data and expert technical/market insight to assess the magnitude of these changes.

The report presents three scenarios, and models how the markets are likely to evolve in the immediate short-term and over the next five years, based on an in-depth assessment for each end-use application in both disposable and durables nonwovens product.
The three scenarios – mild impact, probable impact and pessimistic – each show how the global nonwovens industry is one of the more fortunate (or at least some segments are). Most of the nonwovens industry has been designated as essential and remained open. Much of this can be attributed to the critical need for nonwovens based personal protective equipment (PPE), face masks, other medical fabrics, and disinfectant wipes. These products have seen significant increases in demand. Baby diapers, baby wipes, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products, water and air filters, and agricultural fabrics are unaffected and deemed necessities. Other segments, like construction, automotive/transportation, and related end uses, have been hard hit and will experience negative effects for several years.
As part of the methodology, Smithers experts – led by nonwovens expert Phil Mango - interviewed nonwoven suppliers and end-users across the global value chain to ensure the market data and analysis is grounded in reality. The economic foundation of the model is the April forecast from the IMF.
Most nonwoven companies have actually seen increases in demand, some dramatic (e.g. meltblown for face mask), although this is not the case in all applications. Investments in some high demand nonwovens have seen rapid and significant investment. Fortunately, most nonwoven producers are diversified into both disposable and durable nonwovens.
This report is a critical tool to help navigate this disruption, identify potential threats as well as opportunities, and aid strategic planning as the entire nonwovens industry faces a truly disruptive event that will accelerate many longer-term trends.
Smithers is providing this report immediately to existing customers of this report.            
The Impact of Sustainability on Nonwovens to 2024

Name The Impact of Sustainability on Nonwovens to 2024

Date 7/30/2019

Price $6500.00

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