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Nonwoven End-Use Products in Technical Textiles
World Market Forecasts to 2010

  • Publication Date:January 2003
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  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:100

Nonwoven End-Use Products in Technical Textiles World Market Forecasts to 2010

The report describes and forecasts to 2010 the end-use consumption:

  • of 52 separate end-use products where nonwovens are used
  • for the world overall
  • and for 8 different regions: North America, South America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South Asia, North East Asia, South East Asia and Rest of World (total of Middle East, Central Asia, Africa and Oceania).

It also makes derived forecasts for the components of these 52 products in terms of:

  • 4 different types of nonwoven fabric: extruded (e.g. spunbonded, meltblown), dry-laid, airlaid and wet-laid.
  • 15 different types of polymer/fibre used to make these fabrics: cotton, wool, other natural, wood-pulp, viscose, polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, polyethylene, acrylic, aramid, other synthetic high performance, carbon, glass and ceramic
  • Chapter 1: Overview: Introduction, report aims, scope and structure
  • Chapter 2: The Relative Importance of Nonwovens in the Technical Textiles Market: provides summary forecasts for the technical textiles market in total to 2010, comparing nonwovens with other final textiles products such as wovens, knits and yarn-type products
  • Chapter 3: Nonwoven End-Use Products and Markets: draws on the detailed Forecast Tables in Chapter 4 to highlight some of the important trends in nonwovens markets. The analysis includes 33 Exhibits and is divided into five Sections:
    • End-Use Consumption of Nonwovens by Web-Technology (e.g. dry-laid)
    • End-Use Consumption of Nonwovens by Application Area (e.g. Mobiltech) and Product (e.g. medical wipes)
    • The Highest Volume and Fastest Growing Product Markets
    • End-Use Consumption of Nonwovens by Region (e.g. Western Europe)
    • End-Use Consumption of Nonwovens by Polymer/Fibre Type (e.g. polypropylene)
  • Chapter 4: Nonwoven End-Use Products: Detailed Forecast Tables
    • Part A: Nonwoven World Totals: 7 Summary Tables which split total nonwovens consumption by individual product (in volume and value terms), by web-technology (volume and value), by region (volume and value), by Application Area (volume and value) and by polymer/fibre type (volume), over the period 1995-2010
    • Part B: End-Use Consumption Analysis by Product against Region: 18 Tables which show the consumption of each of 52 individual products across 8 regions over the period 1995-2010 in volume and value terms
    • Part C: End-Use Consumption Analysis by Product against Polymer/Fibre Type: 2 Tables which show the relative importance of 15 polymer/fibre types in the production of each of the 52 nonwoven products for 2000 and 2010 in volume terms
    • Part D: End-Use Consumption Analysis by Product against Web-Technology: 10 Tables which show the relative importance of 4 web-technologies in the production of each of the 52 nonwoven products over the period 1995-2010 in volume and value terms
    • Part E: End-Use Consumption Analysis by Web-Technology against Region: 4 Tables which provide estimates of overall end-use nonwovens consumption by the 4 main web-technologies in each of 8 regions of the world for 2000, with forecasts to 2010 in volume terms
    • Part F: End-Use Consumption Analysis by Polymer/Fibre Type against Web Technology: 2 Tables which provide estimates of overall end-use nonwovens consumption by the 4 main web-technologies and 15 polymer/fibre types for 2000, with forecasts to 2010 in volume and value terms
  • Appendix 1: Definitions and Assumptions
  • Appendix 2: The DRA Textile Products End-Use Consumption Forecasting System
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