The global nonwovens market is set for considerable growth, rising to 20 million tonnes, valued at $100 billion by 2022.
Nonwovens industry’s top companies showed that volumes continued to rise across all markets and geographies, resulting from new investments and other upgrades.
The report includes the top nonwovens producers located around the world. Many of the companies are based in established markets like the US and Western Europe however there are also two Israeli companies, two Turkish companies and six companies that are based in China/Taiwan.
- Berry Global Inc.
- Freudenberg Performance Materials
- Johns Manville
- Suominen Corporation
- TWE Group
- Low & Bonar
- Zhejiang Kingsafe
- Jacob Holm
- Hollingsworth & Vose
- Toray Advanced Materials
- Avgol Nonwovens
- Sandler Nonwovens
- First Quality Nonwovens
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Don & Low Ltd is a manufacturers of Woven and Nonwoven polypropylene Industrial Textiles. The Company has been part of the Thrace Plastics Group, headquartered in Athens, Greece, since 1999.
Thrace Nonwovens & Geosynthetic SA was established in 2010, assuming all the technical fabrics activities of Thrace Plastics. Spunbond production started in 2001 and in 2007 Thrace NG introduced the production of needlepunched nonowvens. Production plants are in Xanthi, Greece.