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エアレイド不織布の世界市場の将来動向

The Future of Airlaid Nonwovens to 2022

発行 Smithers Pira 商品コード 362980
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エアレイド不織布の世界市場の将来動向 The Future of Airlaid Nonwovens to 2022
出版日: 2017年03月27日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、全世界のエアレイド式不織布の市場について分析し、全体的な市場構造や近年の傾向、最終用途別・製造手法別・地域別の詳細な市場動向見通し、原材料市場の動向といった情報を取りまとめてお届けいたします。

イントロダクション・分析手法

エアレイド不織布市場の成長促進因子および動向

  • イントロダクション
  • エアレイド不織布市場の主要動向
    • 2022年まで需給バランスが安定
    • 規模拡大の余地は少ない
    • 老朽化生産ラインの閉鎖の見通し
    • HBAL・MBALの市場シェア拡大と、LBAL・TBALのシェア縮小の見通し
  • エアレイド不織布市場の主な促進要因
    • 世界中の大部分の人が、パーソナルケア製品に、より高い性能を求める
    • 様々な製品分野での持続可能性改善の要望
  • エアレイド産業のプロファイル
    • エアレイド・メーカー

最終用途市場

  • イントロダクション
  • エアレイド不織布市場
    • 需要/供給
    • 主要顧客
    • 最終用途市場
      • 衛生用品
        • 女性用衛生用品
        • 成人用衛生用品
        • おむつ
      • ワイプ
        • パーソナルケア用ワイプ
        • ホームケア用 (家庭用) ワイプ
        • 業務用ワイプ
    • その他
      • テーブルトップ用品
      • 紙皿類
      • 医療用
      • 全ての耐久性エンドユース
      • その他の最終用途

プロセス市場

  • イントロダクション
  • エアレイド・プロセス
    • マルチボンド・エアレイド (MBAL)
    • ラテックス接着エアレイド (LBAL)
    • 熱的接着エアレイド (TBAL)
    • 水素接着エアレイド (HBAL)
    • 各々の加工手法の強み/弱み
    • 装置サプライヤー
  • 最終用途別のプロセスの種類

材料市場

  • イントロダクション
  • エアレイド不織布の原材料
    • けばパルプ
    • 複合 (バイコンポオーネント) 繊維
    • 高吸水性ポリマー (SAP)
    • 標準ラテックス・バインダー
    • 特殊ラテックス・バインダー
    • レーヨン/リヨセル
      • レーヨン
      • リヨセル (テンセル)
    • 綿花
  • 最終用途別の原材料
    • 衛生用品
    • ワイプ
    • その他

地域別市場

  • イントロダクション
  • 北米
    • 分析
    • 最終用途別市場
    • 加工手法別市場
    • 原材料の使用方法別の市場
  • 南米
  • 欧州
    • 西欧
    • 東欧
  • アジア
  • 他の国々 (ROW)

主要メーカーのプロファイル

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目次

‘The Future of Airlaid Nonwovens to 2022’ forecasts global airlaid to grow to $2.5 billion, and consume 8.2 billion square metres or 654,500 tonnes by 2022. This is up from a market value of $1.8 billion and consumption of $6.5 billion square metres or 506,600 tonnes in 2017. Annual growth rates (2017-2022) are projected to be 6.6% ($), 4.8% (m2), and 5.3% (tonnes).

While there are some supply issues in certain regions and for certain airlaid products, the global supply/demand situation is currently balanced. Airlaid demand is growing at about 5% per year though.

Our exclusive content:

  • In-depth analysis on the key trends driving the global airlaid nonwovens market
  • Airlaid nonwovens markets segmented by end-use, key customers and supply/demand
  • Over 80 tables and figures of exclusive industry data based on primary and secondary research.

What methodology is used?

‘The Future of Airlaid Nonwovens to 2022’ provides a strategic five-year forecast for this fast-changing sector of the nonwovens industry. The report provides quantified market data for 2012-22, along with analysis of key trends in expansion, closures of older lines, and the advance of multibonded and hydrogen bonded airlaid capacity, among other drivers.

What will you discover?

  • Deep insights into the market performance and uses of airlaid nonwovens
  • Identify key market players in the industry and understand the competitive environment
  • Variances in future demand for all airlaid nonwovens across key regional and national markets.

Who should buy this report?

  • Raw materials suppliers
  • Nonwovens manufacturers
  • Machinery suppliers
  • End users
  • Consultants and analysts

Table of Contents

1. Introduction and methodology

  • Objectives
  • Scope
  • Methodology
  • Definitions

2. Key drivers and trends for airlaid nonwovens

  • Introduction
  • Key trends for airlaid nonwovens
    • Supply and demand will remain balanced through 2022
    • Expansion will remain conservative
    • Older lines will continue to close
    • HBAL, MBAL will gain market share; LBAL, TBAL will lose share
  • Key drivers for airlaid nonwovens
    • Larger segments of the global population will higher performance personal care products
    • Increased sustainability will be desired in many product areas
  • Airlaid industry profile
    • Airlaid producers

3. End-use markets

  • Introduction
  • Airlaid nonwoven markets
    • Supply/Demand
    • Key customers
    • End-use markets
      • Hygiene
      • Feminine hygiene
      • Adult incontinence
      • Diapers
      • Wipes
      • Personal care wipes
      • Home care (or household) wipes
      • Industrial wipes
      • Additional end uses
      • Table top (or tabletop)
      • Food pads
      • Medical
      • All durable end uses
      • Other end uses

4. Process markets

  • Introduction
  • Airlaid process
    • Multibonded airlaid (MBAL)
      • Analysis
    • Latex bonded airlaid (LBAL)
      • Analysis
    • Thermal bonded airlaid (TBAL)
      • Analysis
    • Hydrogen bonded airlaid (HBAL)
      • Analysis
    • Strengths/Weaknesses of process types
    • Equipment suppliers
      • Dan-Web
      • M&J (Oerlikon Neumag)
      • Others
  • Process types by end use

5. Material markets

  • Introduction
  • Raw materials for airlaid nonwovens
    • Fluff pulp
    • Bicomponent fibre (Bico)
    • Superabsorbent polymer (SAP)
    • Standard latex binder
    • Specialty latex binders
    • Rayon/Lyocell
      • Rayon
      • Lyocell (Tencel)
    • Cotton
  • Raw materials by end use
    • Hygiene
    • Wipes
    • Other end uses

6. Geographical markets

  • Introduction
  • North America
    • Analysis
    • Overall airlaid consumption
    • Airlaid nonwovens end uses in North America
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in North America by process type
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in North America by raw material usage
  • South America
    • Analysis
    • Overall airlaid consumption
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in South America
    • Nonwoven consumption in South America by process type
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in South America by raw material usage
  • Europe
    • Analysis
    • Overall airlaid consumption
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in Europe by end use
    • Nonwoven consumption in Europe by process type
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in Europe by raw material usage
    • Western European consumption of airlaid nonwovens by country/region
    • Eastern European airlaid nonwovens consumption by country/region
  • Asia
    • Analysis
    • Overall airlaid consumption in Asia
    • Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use
    • Nonwoven consumption in Asia by process type
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in Asia by raw material usage
    • Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens by country/region
  • Rest of World (ROW)
    • Analysis
    • Overall airlaid consumption
    • Airlaid nonwovens end uses in Rest of World (RoW)
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in Rest of World (RoW) by process type
    • Airlaid nonwovens consumption in Rest of World (RoW) by raw material usage

7. Key airlaid nonwoven producer profiles

  • Introduction

List of figures:

  • Figure 0.1: Airlaid growth from 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Figure 0.2: Geographical Location of Major Market Airlaid Lines, 2017
  • Figure 0.3: Airlaid nonwoven market segmentation by end use, 2017 (by tonnes)
  • Figure 0.4: Raw materials for airlaid nonwovens, 2017
  • Figure 2.1: Geographical Location of Major Market Airlaid Lines, 2017
  • Figure 3.1: Supply/Demand of airlaid nonwovens
  • Figure 3.2: Airlaid nonwoven market segmentation by end use, 2017 (by tonnes)
  • Figure 3.3: Multibond airlaid absorbent core for ultrathin feminine hygiene pads
  • Figure 3.4: Thermal bonded airlaid absorbent core for ultrathin feminine hygiene pads
  • Figure 3.5: Hydrogen bonded airlaid absorbent core for ultrathin feminine hygiene pads
  • Figure 3.6: Multibond airlaid STS for feminine hygiene pads
  • Figure 3.7: Thermal bond airlaid STS/pantiliner core for feminine hygiene pads/pantiliner
  • Figure 3.8: Multibond airlaid absorbent core for feminine hygiene pantiliners
  • Figure 3.9: Latex bonded airlaid absorbent core for feminine hygiene pads
  • Figure 3.10: Multibonded airlaid for private label baby wipes
  • Figure 3.11: Latex bonded airlaid for private label baby wipes
  • Figure 3.12: Thermal, Multibond airlaid in Swiffer Wet Jet, Wet Mops
  • Figure 3.13: Medical Underpad
  • Figure 4.1: Generic airlaid process
  • Figure 4.2: Modern multibonded airlaid (MBAL) process
  • Figure 5.1: Raw materials for airlaid nonwovens, 2017
  • Figure 5.2: Global fluff pulp producers, 2017 (in million tonnes)
  • Figure 5.3: Historical fluff pulp pricing, 1980-2017

List of tables:

  • Table 0.1: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process type, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 0.2: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by geographic region, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 2.1: North American Airlaid Lines, 2017
  • Table 2.2: European Airlaid Lines, 2017
  • Table 2.3: Asian Airlaid Lines, 2017
  • Table 2.4: Major Market Airlaid Producers, 2017
  • Table 3.1: Global nonwovens consumption by web forming process, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 3.2: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 3.3: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (millions square metres)
  • Table 3.4: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (millions dollars)
  • Table 4.1: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process type, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 4.2: Strength/weaknesses of airlaid nonwovens by process type, 2017
  • Table 4.3: Dan Web and M&J (Oerlikon Neumag) Lines by region and capacity, 2017
  • Table 4.4: Honshu and other lines by region and capacity, 2017
  • Table 4.5: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process type and by end use, 2017 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 5.1: Global consumption of raw materials for airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 5.2: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by raw materials and by end use, 2017 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.1: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes, million m2, $ million)
  • Table 6.2: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by geographic region, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.3: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by geographic region, 2012-22 (million m2)
  • Table 6.4: Global consumption of airlaid nonwovens by geographic region, 2012-22 ($ million)
  • Table 6.5: North American consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes, millions square meters, million $)
  • Table 6.6: North American consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.7: North American consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (millions square meters)
  • Table 6.8: North American consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (millions $)
  • Table 6.9: North American consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process variant, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.10: North American consumption of raw materials for airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.11: South America consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 (by tonnes, square metres, million $)
  • Table 6.12: South American consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.13: South American consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 (millions square meters)
  • Table 6.14: South American consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 (millions $)
  • Table 6.15: South American consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process variant, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.16: South American consumption raw materials for airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.17: European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes, million m2, $ million)
  • Table 6.18: European consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.19: European consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (millions square meters)
  • Table 6.20: European consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (millions $)
  • Table 6.21: European consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process variant, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.22: European consumption of airlaid nonwovens by raw material usage, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.23: Western European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-20 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.24: Western European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 (million m2)
  • Table 6.25: Western European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 ($ million)
  • Table 6.26: Eastern European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.27: Eastern European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 (million m2)
  • Table 6.28: Eastern European consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 ($ million)
  • Table 6.29: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes, million m2, $ million)
  • Table 6.30: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.31: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 (million m2)
  • Table 6.32: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use, 2012-22 ($ million)
  • Table 6.33: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process variant, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.34: Asian consumption of raw materials for airlaid nonwovens, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.35: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.36: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 (million m2)
  • Table 6.37: Asian consumption of airlaid nonwovens, by country/region, 2012-22 ($ million)
  • Table 6.38: Consumption of airlaid nonwovens in the rest of the world, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes, million m2, $ million)
  • Table 6.39: Consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use in the rest of the world, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.40: Consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use in the rest of the world, 2012-22 (million m2)
  • Table 6.41: Consumption of airlaid nonwovens by end use in the rest of the world, 2012-22 ($ million)
  • Table 6.42: Consumption of airlaid nonwovens by process variant in the rest of the world, 2012-22 (‘000 tonnes)
  • Table 6.43: Consumption of raw materials for airlaid nonwovens in the rest of the world, 2012-22 ('000 tonnes)
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