Europe PP (Polypropylene) Nonwoven Fabrics Market share is set to reach $11 Billion by 2024, increasing geriatric population has led to rising demand for adult incontinence care products which may accelerate growth of Europe polypropylene nonwoven fabrics market size. Rise in prevalence of disease such as inflammatory bowel disease, and Crohn’s disease along with increasing awareness among patients may stimulate industry growth in the region. Rising healthcare costs along with increasing application potential for hygiene and personal care products may further stimulate polypropylene nonwoven fabrics market growth. These products offer several benefits such as insulation, flexibility, low cost, absorbency, and chemical, moisture & temperature resistance.
Germany spunbonded based PP nonwoven fabrics market size was valued at over USD 600 million in 2017 owing to rising demand from the medical, bed & furniture, agriculture and automotive industries. These products have high air permeability, are thermo-bonded, and exhibit good tensile strength in machine & cross directions. These products possess continuous fibers with consistent diameters which makes them ideal for slitting and are less fray-prone thus accelerating polypropylene nonwoven fabrics market growth.
France polypropylene nonwoven fabrics market size from hygiene applications may witness gains at over 7% up to 2024 pertaining to rising cases of urinary incontinence among the elderly, which may lead to skin irritation and pressure sores. These products offer superior thermal, mechanical, damage-resistant and chemical properties as compared to other thermoplastic products. Moreover, increasing consumer preferences for hygiene may increase the demand for female sanitization products thereby stimulating PP nonwoven fabrics market growth.
Europe PP nonwoven fabrics market share is competitive and moderately fragmented among various manufacturers such as Mitsui Chemicals, Kimberly-Clark, Toray Industries, AVGOL, and Berry Group. Key industry participants are focusing on technological innovations for enhanced regulatory compliance and on the use of a variety of materials to produce products with varying absorbencies.
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