LONDON, UK. 8th December 2016 A new report by visiongain concludes that the world market for Cellulosic Fibres will reach $9.1 billion in 2017. This analysis and others appear in the Cellulosic Fibre Market Trends, Analysis & Forecast 2017-2026: Volume (KT) & Market Value ($bn) Forecasts By Application (Textiles & Clothing, Non-Wovens, Industrial, Other) & By Fibre Type (Viscose Fibres, Modal Fibres & Lyocell Fibres) & By Region & National Markets published by visiongain, a leading business intelligence provider based in London, UK.
The applications for cellulosic fibre have increased significantly in recent years and are expected to grow at a rapid pace during the coming decade.
The cellulosic fibre market has been dominated by the Asia-Pacific region, accounting for more than half of the global market. However, we expect the Rest of the world region which includes Brazil, Turkey, and the Middle East and other regions to expand rapidly as well, Moreover, we predict strong growth of Cellulosic Fibre production and consumption in textiles & clothing, non-wovens, industrial, and others. Globally, textiles & clothing is the biggest end-use segment of the cellulosic fibre. Demand for cellulosic fibres in this end-use segment is mainly driven by factors such as decreasing cotton output in recent times, increasing demand for apparel & clothing products and increasing usage of the specialty fibres in high end-textiles products.
For 2017, Visiongain assesses the global cellulosic fibres market to be worth $9.1bn. Visiongain also determined the global consumption of cellulosic fibres to reach 5,372.4 KT in the same year. The global cellulosic fibre market is expected to have strong growth over the forecast period. It is anticipated that the man-made cellulosic fibres are going to be the key replacement for the natural cellulosic fibres due to competition faced by natural cellulosic fibres with food crops for the arable land which is shrinking rapidly due to a growing population across the world.
This 212 page report contains 105 tables and 137 figures that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the cellulosic fibres market. Visiongain provides forecasts for the period 2017 to 2026 in terms of volume (KT) and market value (US$) for the cellulosic fibres market. In addition, 4 regions and 15 national cellulosic fibres markets and 7 submarkets are forecasted and analysed by visiongain over the period 2017 to 2026. The report also provides profiles of 8 leading companies operating within the market such as Grasim Industries Limited, Lenzing AG, Bracell Limited, etc.
The Cellulosic Fibre Market Trends, Analysis & Forecast 2017-2026: Volume (KT) & Market Value ($bn) Forecasts By Application (Textiles & Clothing, Non-Wovens, Industrial, Other) & By Fibre Type (Viscose Fibres, Modal Fibres & Lyocell Fibres) & By Region & National Markets will be of value to current and future potential investors wanting to better understand the cellulosic fibres industry and its underlying dynamics, as well as companies and research centres who wish to broaden their knowledge of the cellulosic fibres market.
For sample pages and further information concerning the visiongain’s report The Global Cellulosic Fibre Market Trends, analysis and Forecast 2017-2026 please visit https://www.visiongain.com/Sector/197/Construction
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