Europe, NA, APAC, China lead spunbonded polyester nonwoven production



Greater Europe (including Turkiye), North America, the Asia–Pacific and China are the major geographic areas of production and demand followed by Latin America (including Mexico) and Africa, according to a report on spunbonded polyester nonwovens, published by Price Hanna Consultants LLC, a management consulting firm whose principals have specialised, for over 40 years, in nonwoven products, technologies and related fields, worldwide.

The majority of spunbonded polyester nonwoven capacity and demand is in coarse denier fibre which is growing faster than fine denier. Major markets for coarse denier polyester are building products (modified bitumen roll roofing, waterproofing, weatherisation barriers, and other) carpet backings for automotive and modular carpet tiles, geotextiles/ground cover and technical specialties. Major markets for fine denier spunbonded polyester include dryer sheet, filtration and other specialty end uses, the report said.

Price Hanna Consultants has released a report on spunbonded polyester nonwovens, detailing global and regional capacities, demand, costs, and profitability from 2024 to 2029.
Major regions include Greater Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, and China.
Coarse denier fibre dominates, while fine denier serves specialty uses like filtration.

Spunbonded polyester is produced by more than 50 companies. Important producers include Freudenberg Nonwovens/Low & Bonar, Tiandingfeng ‘TDF’ Holdings, Johns Manville, Shandong Taipeng, Berry HHS, Unitika, 3M, Toray, Shaoxing Zhejiang, Kolon, Mogul, Petsabond, Guangdong Jin Long,Toyobo, Geofabrics and Multitexx. Some organisations are currently evaluating market entry.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RR)


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