Europe Non-Woven Fabric market valued US$ 7,711.36 million in 2020 and is estimated to reach US$ YY million by 2029.
The European household care and professional cleaning and hygiene industries generate public advantages that go far beyond commercial profits. Every European's life revolves around household care, professional cleaning, and hygiene goods. Every day, these items help US$ 613 million (500 million EU) residents live more modern lives, both directly and indirectly.
Furthermore, Increasing awareness of female health and hygiene and the introduction of low-cost feminine hygiene products are likely to drive demand for feminine hygiene products in European countries. Thus improving the hygiene sector of Europe is expected to create immense opportunities for the non-woven fabric market in the forecast period.
The textile and apparel business is a vital aspect of the European manufacturing industry, contributing significantly to many European regions' economies and social well-being. The case of Italy, where consumers, merchants, and manufacturers have aligned interests, has allowed the country to maintain a taste for more expensive yet higher quality, locally manufactured apparel, which sets the tone for the rest of the region.
Thus growing efforts to encourage a transition from linear to circular manufacturing practices could also yield substantial opportunities for the local manufacturing base and improving the greener textile industry has uplifted the non-woven fabric market in the region and is expected to maintain the momentum in the forecast period. For instance, in October 2017, Ahlstrom-Munksjö, a growing leader in fiber-based materials, announced the launch of Ahlstrom-Munksjö PureArmor, breathable impervious fabric for blood-borne pathogen and cleanroom apparel protection.
Furthermore, the non-woven sector in the United Kingdom is extremely segmented and diverse. Manufacturing facilities are located throughout the United Kingdom, with the largest concentrations in the traditional textile districts of Yorkshire, the North West, the Midlands, and Scotland.
While there are several significant non-woven manufacturing companies in the UK. The majority are small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that produce medium to heavyweight non-woven fabrics or transform non-woven roll goods into products for various consumer and specialty product markets.
Europe has emphasized building standards for air filter products used in different applications such as clean rooms, hospital operating theatres, microelectronics, optical and precision industries, and the pharmaceutical and food industries. Filters used in respiration devices have standards governed by health and safety legislation and agencies. For instance, filters used in healthcare and respiration products must comply with the BHSRs of the EC Personal Protective Equipment Directive (89/686/EEC) and a large number of associated EN standards in Europe.
Thus growing application of good quality filters has escalated the demand for non-woven fibers in the region as these fibers can easily remove ultrafine dust, aerosols, and viable organisms to meet the highest requirements for the cleanliness of the air in a wide range of applications.
For instance, MANN-FILTER, a German company, has improved its air filter C 24 005 with its renewed filter medium made from recycled synthetic fibers. The new one square meter filter medium now contains plastic from up to six 1.5-liter PET bottles. This design has tripled the proportion of recycled fibers and contributed to the conservation of resources.
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