Proliferating need for durable textiles to boost PP nonwovens market demand in automotive applications

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Publish Date : 2021-04-22 06:38:01
Proliferating need for durable textiles to boost PP nonwovens market demand in automotive applications

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Apr 20, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) -- This global expansion of the automotive textiles domain has, in turn, proved beneficial for the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications in recent years, with over 40 automotive parts, both interior and exterior, being made out of these kinds of fabric. PP nonwovens, also known as polypropylene nonwovens, are used extensively in the auto industry for various purposes, given their beneficial properties such as lightweight, flexibility, easily tailorable properties, sound efficiency, moldability, low material & process costs, and recyclability, among others.

Automotive textiles play an important role in the production of vehicles. Textiles in cars serve a multitude of purposes, from enhancing comfort, to design, to thermal insulation, to vehicle safety as well as to improve the vehicle's acoustic properties.

According to studies, approximately 13 million new passenger cars are registered in the EU annually. Although textiles only represent 3% of the raw materials used for motor vehicle production, given the rising number of vehicles in existence across the globe, the automotive industry is considered to be a major market for automotive textiles.

PP nonwovens market in automotive applications are used for seating, sound and temperature insulation, roof liners, wheel arches, and other carpets or linings in the vehicle.

Request for a sample copy of this report @ https://www.gminsights.com/request-sample/detail/4734

Rapid emergence of EVs and the increasing need for vehicle lightweighting will drive PP nonwovens market adoption in automotive applications

In the modern world, the emergence of automotive trends like autonomous driving, electrification, and increasingly stringent fuel restrictions are intensifying the focus on two major market forces, the demand for additional vehicle features pertaining to safety, convenience, and comfort, and the demand for lighter vehicle weight. Weight reduction is considered to be a key contributor to fuel efficiency and has thus gained massive popularity as manufacturers transition gradually towards hybrids and EVs. Studies suggest that a 10% reduction in vehicle weight can result in an improvement of almost 8% in fuel economy.

Burgeoning use of polypropylene nonwovens in the production of automotive interior components

The penetration of the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications is growing steadily over the years, with the material being used for the production of airbags, seats, wheel housing, cabin air filters, sideliners, dashboard insulation, interior trims, hood insulation, and other car components. Polypropylene nonwovens are considered ideal for these parts, as they make them more superior in terms of thermal insulation, more durable, and yet economical.

PP nonwovens-based automotive components are highly functional and demonstrate myriad advantageous characteristics such as lightweight, durability, superior noise and thermal insulation, as well as recyclability. The growing concerns regarding environmental health and efforts by regulatory authorities to facilitate more eco-friendly vehicular solutions are thus expected to be favorable factors for PP nonwovens industry growth in automotive applications in the coming years.

Expansions, acquisitions, and other strategic initiatives will open up lucrative growth avenues

In an effort to maintain a strong position in an increasingly competitive business landscape, PP nonwoven manufacturers are engaging in several strategic activities in recent years.

Request for customization @ https://www.gminsights.com/roc/4734

To illustrate, Freudenberg recently acquired UK-based technical textiles producer Low & Bonar, with the aim of expanding its spunlaid nonwovens business. Through the deal, Freudenberg will be able to offer customers a wider product range, particularly among applications ranging from home textiles to construction to automotive.

Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. announced an expansion of its melt-blown nonwovens production facilities at Sunrex Industry Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary. The expansion, which was a part of a response to the growing demand for melt-blown nonwovens in industrial applications such as masks, car seats, and agricultural sheets, will boost Mitsui Chemicals Group's total production capacity for these materials by almost 50%.

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Apr 20, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) -- This global expansion of the automotive textiles domain has, in turn, proved beneficial for the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications in recent years, with over 40 automotive parts, both interior and exterior, being made out of these kinds of fabric. PP nonwovens, also known as polypropylene nonwovens, are used extensively in the auto industry for various purposes, given their beneficial properties such as lightweight, flexibility, easily tailorable properties, sound efficiency, moldability, low material & process costs, and recyclability, among others.

Automotive textiles play an important role in the production of vehicles. Textiles in cars serve a multitude of purposes, from enhancing comfort, to design, to thermal insulation, to vehicle safety as well as to improve the vehicle's acoustic properties.

According to studies, approximately 13 million new passenger cars are registered in the EU annually. Although textiles only represent 3% of the raw materials used for motor vehicle production, given the rising number of vehicles in existence across the globe, the automotive industry is considered to be a major market for automotive textiles.

PP nonwovens market in automotive applications are used for seating, sound and temperature insulation, roof liners, wheel arches, and other carpets or linings in the vehicle.

Request for a sample copy of this report @ https://www.gminsights.com/request-sample/detail/4734

Rapid emergence of EVs and the increasing need for vehicle lightweighting will drive PP nonwovens market adoption in automotive applications

In the modern world, the emergence of automotive trends like autonomous driving, electrification, and increasingly stringent fuel restrictions are intensifying the focus on two major market forces, the demand for additional vehicle features pertaining to safety, convenience, and comfort, and the demand for lighter vehicle weight. Weight reduction is considered to be a key contributor to fuel efficiency and has thus gained massive popularity as manufacturers transition gradually towards hybrids and EVs. Studies suggest that a 10% reduction in vehicle weight can result in an improvement of almost 8% in fuel economy.

Burgeoning use of polypropylene nonwovens in the production of automotive interior components

The penetration of the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications is growing steadily over the years, with the material being used for the production of airbags, seats, wheel housing, cabin air filters, sideliners, dashboard insulation, interior trims, hood insulation, and other car components. Polypropylene nonwovens are considered ideal for these parts, as they make them more superior in terms of thermal insulation, more durable, and yet economical.

PP nonwovens-based automotive components are highly functional and demonstrate myriad advantageous characteristics such as lightweight, durability, superior noise and thermal insulation, as well as recyclability. The growing concerns regarding environmental health and efforts by regulatory authorities to facilitate more eco-friendly vehicular solutions are thus expected to be favorable factors for PP nonwovens industry growth in automotive applications in the coming years.

Expansions, acquisitions, and other strategic initiatives will open up lucrative growth avenues

In an effort to maintain a strong position in an increasingly competitive business landscape, PP nonwoven manufacturers are engaging in several strategic activities in recent years.

Request for customization @ https://www.gminsights.com/roc/4734

To illustrate, Freudenberg recently acquired UK-based technical textiles producer Low & Bonar, with the aim of expanding its spunlaid nonwovens business. Through the deal, Freudenberg will be able to offer customers a wider product range, particularly among applications ranging from home textiles to construction to automotive.

Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. announced an expansion of its melt-blown nonwovens production facilities at Sunrex Industry Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary. The expansion, which was a part of a response to the growing demand for melt-blown nonwovens in industrial applications such as masks, car seats, and agricultural sheets, will boost Mitsui Chemicals Group's total production capacity for these materials by almost 50%.

About Global Market Insights:

Global Market Insights, Inc., headquartered in Delaware, U.S., is a global market research and consulting service provider; offering syndicated and custom research reports along with growth consulting services. Our business intelligence and industry research reports offer clients with penetrative insights and actionable market data specially designed and presented to aid strategic decision making. These exhaustive reports are designed via a proprietary research methodology and are available for key industries such as chemicals, advanced materials, technology, renewable energy and biotechnology.

Contact Us:

Contact Person: Arun Hegde

Corporate Sales, USA

Global Market Insights, Inc.

Phone:1-302-846-7766

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Apr 20, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) -- This global expansion of the automotive textiles domain has, in turn, proved beneficial for the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications in recent years, with over 40 automotive parts, both interior and exterior, being made out of these kinds of fabric. PP nonwovens, also known as polypropylene nonwovens, are used extensively in the auto industry for various purposes, given their beneficial properties such as lightweight, flexibility, easily tailorable properties, sound efficiency, moldability, low material & process costs, and recyclability, among others.

Automotive textiles play an important role in the production of vehicles. Textiles in cars serve a multitude of purposes, from enhancing comfort, to design, to thermal insulation, to vehicle safety as well as to improve the vehicle's acoustic properties.

According to studies, approximately 13 million new passenger cars are registered in the EU annually. Although textiles only represent 3% of the raw materials used for motor vehicle production, given the rising number of vehicles in existence across the globe, the automotive industry is considered to be a major market for automotive textiles.

PP nonwovens market in automotive applications are used for seating, sound and temperature insulation, roof liners, wheel arches, and other carpets or linings in the vehicle.

Request for a sample copy of this report @ https://www.gminsights.com/request-sample/detail/4734

Rapid emergence of EVs and the increasing need for vehicle lightweighting will drive PP nonwovens market adoption in automotive applications

In the modern world, the emergence of automotive trends like autonomous driving, electrification, and increasingly stringent fuel restrictions are intensifying the focus on two major market forces, the demand for additional vehicle features pertaining to safety, convenience, and comfort, and the demand for lighter vehicle weight. Weight reduction is considered to be a key contributor to fuel efficiency and has thus gained massive popularity as manufacturers transition gradually towards hybrids and EVs. Studies suggest that a 10% reduction in vehicle weight can result in an improvement of almost 8% in fuel economy.

Burgeoning use of polypropylene nonwovens in the production of automotive interior components

The penetration of the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications is growing steadily over the years, with the material being used for the production of airbags, seats, wheel housing, cabin air filters, sideliners, dashboard insulation, interior trims, hood insulation, and other car components. Polypropylene nonwovens are considered ideal for these parts, as they make them more superior in terms of thermal insulation, more durable, and yet economical.

PP nonwovens-based automotive components are highly functional and demonstrate myriad advantageous characteristics such as lightweight, durability, superior noise and thermal insulation, as well as recyclability. The growing concerns regarding environmental health and efforts by regulatory authorities to facilitate more eco-friendly vehicular solutions are thus expected to be favorable factors for PP nonwovens industry growth in automotive applications in the coming years.

Expansions, acquisitions, and other strategic initiatives will open up lucrative growth avenues

In an effort to maintain a strong position in an increasingly competitive business landscape, PP nonwoven manufacturers are engaging in several strategic activities in recent years.

Request for customization @ https://www.gminsights.com/roc/4734

To illustrate, Freudenberg recently acquired UK-based technical textiles producer Low & Bonar, with the aim of expanding its spunlaid nonwovens business. Through the deal, Freudenberg will be able to offer customers a wider product range, particularly among applications ranging from home textiles to construction to automotive.

Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. announced an expansion of its melt-blown nonwovens production facilities at Sunrex Industry Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary. The expansion, which was a part of a response to the growing demand for melt-blown nonwovens in industrial applications such as masks, car seats, and agricultural sheets, will boost Mitsui Chemicals Group's total production capacity for these materials by almost 50%.

About Global Market Insights:

Global Market Insights, Inc., headquartered in Delaware, U.S., is a global market research and consulting service provider; offering syndicated and custom research reports along with growth consulting services. Our business intelligence and industry research reports offer clients with penetrative insights and actionable market data specially designed and presented to aid strategic decision making. These exhaustive reports are designed via a proprietary research methodology and are available for key industries such as chemicals, advanced materials, technology, renewable energy and biotechnology.

Contact Us:

Contact Person: Arun Hegde

Corporate Sales, USA

Global Market Insights, Inc.

Phone:1-302-846-7766

Toll Free: 1-888-689-0688

Email: [email protected]

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Apr 20, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) -- This global expansion of the automotive textiles domain has, in turn, proved beneficial for the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications in recent years, with over 40 automotive parts, both interior and exterior, being made out of these kinds of fabric. PP nonwovens, also known as polypropylene nonwovens, are used extensively in the auto industry for various purposes, given their beneficial properties such as lightweight, flexibility, easily tailorable properties, sound efficiency, moldability, low material & process costs, and recyclability, among others.

Automotive textiles play an important role in the production of vehicles. Textiles in cars serve a multitude of purposes, from enhancing comfort, to design, to thermal insulation, to vehicle safety as well as to improve the vehicle's acoustic properties.

According to studies, approximately 13 million new passenger cars are registered in the EU annually. Although textiles only represent 3% of the raw materials used for motor vehicle production, given the rising number of vehicles in existence across the globe, the automotive industry is considered to be a major market for automotive textiles.

PP nonwovens market in automotive applications are used for seating, sound and temperature insulation, roof liners, wheel arches, and other carpets or linings in the vehicle.

Request for a sample copy of this report @ https://www.gminsights.com/request-sample/detail/4734

Rapid emergence of EVs and the increasing need for vehicle lightweighting will drive PP nonwovens market adoption in automotive applications

In the modern world, the emergence of automotive trends like autonomous driving, electrification, and increasingly stringent fuel restrictions are intensifying the focus on two major market forces, the demand for additional vehicle features pertaining to safety, convenience, and comfort, and the demand for lighter vehicle weight. Weight reduction is considered to be a key contributor to fuel efficiency and has thus gained massive popularity as manufacturers transition gradually towards hybrids and EVs. Studies suggest that a 10% reduction in vehicle weight can result in an improvement of almost 8% in fuel economy.

Burgeoning use of polypropylene nonwovens in the production of automotive interior components

The penetration of the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications is growing steadily over the years, with the material being used for the production of airbags, seats, wheel housing, cabin air filters, sideliners, dashboard insulation, interior trims, hood insulation, and other car components. Polypropylene nonwovens are considered ideal for these parts, as they make them more superior in terms of thermal insulation, more durable, and yet economical.

PP nonwovens-based automotive components are highly functional and demonstrate myriad advantageous characteristics such as lightweight, durability, superior noise and thermal insulation, as well as recyclability. The growing concerns regarding environmental health and efforts by regulatory authorities to facilitate more eco-friendly vehicular solutions are thus expected to be favorable factors for PP nonwovens industry growth in automotive applications in the coming years.

Expansions, acquisitions, and other strategic initiatives will open up lucrative growth avenues

In an effort to maintain a strong position in an increasingly competitive business landscape, PP nonwoven manufacturers are engaging in several strategic activities in recent years.

Request for customization @ https://www.gminsights.com/roc/4734

To illustrate, Freudenberg recently acquired UK-based technical textiles producer Low & Bonar, with the aim of expanding its spunlaid nonwovens business. Through the deal, Freudenberg will be able to offer customers a wider product range, particularly among applications ranging from home textiles to construction to automotive.

Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. announced an expansion of its melt-blown nonwovens production facilities at Sunrex Industry Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary. The expansion, which was a part of a response to the growing demand for melt-blown nonwovens in industrial applications such as masks, car seats, and agricultural sheets, will boost Mitsui Chemicals Group's total production capacity for these materials by almost 50%.

About Global Market Insights:

Global Market Insights, Inc., headquartered in Delaware, U.S., is a global market research and consulting service provider; offering syndicated and custom research reports along with growth consulting services. Our business intelligence and industry research reports offer clients with penetrative insights and actionable market data specially designed and presented to aid strategic decision making. These exhaustive reports are designed via a proprietary research methodology and are available for key industries such as chemicals, advanced materials, technology, renewable energy and biotechnology.

Contact Us:

Contact Person: Arun Hegde

Corporate Sales, USA

Global Market Insights, Inc.

Phone:1-302-846-7766

Toll Free: 1-888-689-0688

Email: [email protected]

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Apr 20, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) -- This global expansion of the automotive textiles domain has, in turn, proved beneficial for the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications in recent years, with over 40 automotive parts, both interior and exterior, being made out of these kinds of fabric. PP nonwovens, also known as polypropylene nonwovens, are used extensively in the auto industry for various purposes, given their beneficial properties such as lightweight, flexibility, easily tailorable properties, sound efficiency, moldability, low material & process costs, and recyclability, among others.

Automotive textiles play an important role in the production of vehicles. Textiles in cars serve a multitude of purposes, from enhancing comfort, to design, to thermal insulation, to vehicle safety as well as to improve the vehicle's acoustic properties.

According to studies, approximately 13 million new passenger cars are registered in the EU annually. Although textiles only represent 3% of the raw materials used for motor vehicle production, given the rising number of vehicles in existence across the globe, the automotive industry is considered to be a major market for automotive textiles.

PP nonwovens market in automotive applications are used for seating, sound and temperature insulation, roof liners, wheel arches, and other carpets or linings in the vehicle.

Request for a sample copy of this report @ https://www.gminsights.com/request-sample/detail/4734

Rapid emergence of EVs and the increasing need for vehicle lightweighting will drive PP nonwovens market adoption in automotive applications

In the modern world, the emergence of automotive trends like autonomous driving, electrification, and increasingly stringent fuel restrictions are intensifying the focus on two major market forces, the demand for additional vehicle features pertaining to safety, convenience, and comfort, and the demand for lighter vehicle weight. Weight reduction is considered to be a key contributor to fuel efficiency and has thus gained massive popularity as manufacturers transition gradually towards hybrids and EVs. Studies suggest that a 10% reduction in vehicle weight can result in an improvement of almost 8% in fuel economy.

Burgeoning use of polypropylene nonwovens in the production of automotive interior components

The penetration of the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications is growing steadily over the years, with the material being used for the production of airbags, seats, wheel housing, cabin air filters, sideliners, dashboard insulation, interior trims, hood insulation, and other car components. Polypropylene nonwovens are considered ideal for these parts, as they make them more superior in terms of thermal insulation, more durable, and yet economical.

PP nonwovens-based automotive components are highly functional and demonstrate myriad advantageous characteristics such as lightweight, durability, superior noise and thermal insulation, as well as recyclability. The growing concerns regarding environmental health and efforts by regulatory authorities to facilitate more eco-friendly vehicular solutions are thus expected to be favorable factors for PP nonwovens industry growth in automotive applications in the coming years.

Expansions, acquisitions, and other strategic initiatives will open up lucrative growth avenues

In an effort to maintain a strong position in an increasingly competitive business landscape, PP nonwoven manufacturers are engaging in several strategic activities in recent years.

Request for customization @ https://www.gminsights.com/roc/4734

To illustrate, Freudenberg recently acquired UK-based technical textiles producer Low & Bonar, with the aim of expanding its spunlaid nonwovens business. Through the deal, Freudenberg will be able to offer customers a wider product range, particularly among applications ranging from home textiles to construction to automotive.

Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. announced an expansion of its melt-blown nonwovens production facilities at Sunrex Industry Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary. The expansion, which was a part of a response to the growing demand for melt-blown nonwovens in industrial applications such as masks, car seats, and agricultural sheets, will boost Mitsui Chemicals Group's total production capacity for these materials by almost 50%.

About Global Market Insights:

Global Market Insights, Inc., headquartered in Delaware, U.S., is a global market research and consulting service provider; offering syndicated and custom research reports along with growth consulting services. Our business intelligence and industry research reports offer clients with penetrative insights and actionable market data specially designed and presented to aid strategic decision making. These exhaustive reports are designed via a proprietary research methodology and are available for key industries such as chemicals, advanced materials, technology, renewable energy and biotechnology.

Contact Us:

Contact Person: Arun Hegde

Corporate Sales, USA

Global Market Insights, Inc.

Phone:1-302-846-7766

Toll Free: 1-888-689-0688

Email: [email protected]

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Apr 20, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) -- This global expansion of the automotive textiles domain has, in turn, proved beneficial for the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications in recent years, with over 40 automotive parts, both interior and exterior, being made out of these kinds of fabric. PP nonwovens, also known as polypropylene nonwovens, are used extensively in the auto industry for various purposes, given their beneficial properties such as lightweight, flexibility, easily tailorable properties, sound efficiency, moldability, low material & process costs, and recyclability, among others.

Automotive textiles play an important role in the production of vehicles. Textiles in cars serve a multitude of purposes, from enhancing comfort, to design, to thermal insulation, to vehicle safety as well as to improve the vehicle's acoustic properties.

According to studies, approximately 13 million new passenger cars are registered in the EU annually. Although textiles only represent 3% of the raw materials used for motor vehicle production, given the rising number of vehicles in existence across the globe, the automotive industry is considered to be a major market for automotive textiles.

PP nonwovens market in automotive applications are used for seating, sound and temperature insulation, roof liners, wheel arches, and other carpets or linings in the vehicle.

Request for a sample copy of this report @ https://www.gminsights.com/request-sample/detail/4734

Rapid emergence of EVs and the increasing need for vehicle lightweighting will drive PP nonwovens market adoption in automotive applications

In the modern world, the emergence of automotive trends like autonomous driving, electrification, and increasingly stringent fuel restrictions are intensifying the focus on two major market forces, the demand for additional vehicle features pertaining to safety, convenience, and comfort, and the demand for lighter vehicle weight. Weight reduction is considered to be a key contributor to fuel efficiency and has thus gained massive popularity as manufacturers transition gradually towards hybrids and EVs. Studies suggest that a 10% reduction in vehicle weight can result in an improvement of almost 8% in fuel economy.

Burgeoning use of polypropylene nonwovens in the production of automotive interior components

The penetration of the PP nonwovens market in automotive applications is growing steadily over the years, with the material being used for the production of airbags, seats, wheel housing, cabin air filters, sideliners, dashboard insulation, interior trims, hood insulation, and other car components. Polypropylene nonwovens are considered ideal for these parts, as they make them more superior in terms of thermal insulation, more durable, and yet economical.

PP nonwovens-based automotive components are highly functional and demonstrate myriad advantageous characteristics such as lightweight, durability, superior noise and thermal insulation, as well as recyclability. The growing concerns regarding environmental health and efforts by regulatory authorities to facilitate more eco-friendly vehicular solutions are thus expected to be favorable factors for PP nonwovens industry growth in automotive applications in the coming years.

Expansions, acquisitions, and other strategic initiatives will open up lucrative growth avenues

In an effort to maintain a strong position in an increasingly competitive business landscape, PP nonwoven manufacturers are engaging in several strategic activities in recent years.

Request for customization @ https://www.gminsights.com/roc/4734

To illustrate, Freudenberg recently acquired UK-based technical textiles producer Low & Bonar, with the aim of expanding its spunlaid nonwovens business. Through the deal, Freudenberg will be able to offer customers a wider product range, particularly among applications ranging from home textiles to construction to automotive.

Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. announced an expansion of its melt-blown nonwovens production facilities at Sunrex Industry Co., Ltd., its wholly-owned subsidiary. The expansion, which was a part of a response to the growing demand for melt-blown nonwovens in industrial applications such as masks, car seats, and agricultural sheets, will boost Mitsui Chemicals Group's total production capacity for these materials by almost 50%.

About Global Market Insights:

Global Market Insights, Inc., headquartered in Delaware, U.S., is a global market research and consulting service provider; offering syndicated and custom research reports along with growth consulting services. Our business intelligence and industry research reports offer clients with penetrative insights and actionable market data specially designed and presented to aid strategic decision making. These exhaustive reports are designed via a proprietary research methodology and are available for key industries such as chemicals, advanced materials, technology, renewable energy and biotechnology.

Contact Us:

Contact Person: Arun Hegde

Corporate Sales, USA

Global Market Insights, Inc.

Phone:1-302-846-7766

Toll Free: 1-888-689-0688

Email: [email protected]

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