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Statistics: nonwoven fabric production in Asia, 2014

This report includes statistical data and analysis of nonwoven fabric production in Asia for the period 2008-13.

20th November 2014

Innovation in Textiles
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Medical/Hygiene, Industrial, Packaging, Civil Engineering, Sustainable

Report summary

China was Asia's largest producer of nonwoven fabrics in 2013, and production in the country increased significantly compared with the previous year. There were also increases in nonwoven fabric production in Japan, India and Taiwan.

In South Korea, however, nonwoven fabric production fell. The most important category of nonwoven fabrics produced in Asia in 2013 was that of spunbonded and meltblown nonwovens. The fastest growth, however, was in the production of spunlaced nonwovens. Looking to the future, nonwoven fabric production in Asia will continue to grow at a healthy pace.

This report includes statistical data and analysis of nonwoven fabric production in Asia for the period 2008-13. The report provides detailed data for China, India, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. In addition to the statistics, the data are broken down by the type of nonwoven fabric, including: chemical bonded; thermal bonded; needlepunched; spunlaced; spunbonded and meltblown; other dry-laid; and wet-laid.

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