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Thailand's Nonwovens Market Has Broad Prospects

  • Author:Junqian Nonwoven
  • Source:Junqian Nonwoven
  • Release on :2019-08-22
In order to better help the upstream and downstream enterprises of China's non-woven fabrics understand the develop mentstatus, investment prospects, economic and trade cooperation and future trendsof the Thai nonwovens industry, Zhang Chuanxiong, secretary general of the China Industrial Textiles Industry Association, visited the first Southeast Asian non-woven materials(PP Nonwovens Factory) and The disposable products exhibition (ANDTEX2019),visited the local related production enterprises and universities, and conducted in-depth communication and exchanges with enterprises and universities. The survey is now summarized as follows.

1. Overview of the Thai nonwovens industry

In 2016, the Thai government officially proposed the “Thailand4.0” high value-added economic model, striving to develop high value-added industries through innovation and technology, promote the transformation and upgrading of Thailand's industry and the development of new economic models, and enhancenational competitiveness. Thailand will fully promote the “Thailand 4.0” strategy in the next 20 years,allowing the country to step out of the “middle income trap” and step into the ranks of developed countries. One of the major carriers to achieve this strategic goal is the “Eastern Economic Corridor” project, which is located inBeiliu, Chonburi and Rayong, on the eastern coast of Thailand. It encourages high-additions by vigorously building infrastructure and implementing a seriesof investment incentives. Value industry development, such as new automobiles,biotechnology, smart electronics, healthcare, robotics, digital industry, etc.,hopes to build the "Eastern Economic Corridor" into a high-techindustrial cluster. The non-woven fabric industry, as an important supportingraw material for the high value-added industries encouraged by Thailand, willalso usher in better development opportunities.

2. Future development focus of Thainonwovens

The future development of the Thainonwovens industry has three main areas of focus: automotive and medical nonwovens(PP Non Woven Cloth On Sales) for the automotive and medical industries that Thailand will focus onin the future, as well as non-woven geotext materials that benefit from growing infrastructure.

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Automotive nonwovens

At present, Thailand has become the automobile manufacturing center of Southeast Asia and the largest automobilemarket in ASEAN. The automobile industry has developed into the first pillarindustry in Thailand. The amount of textiles used in a car will increase from 20kilograms in 2010 to 35 kilograms in 2020. With the lighter development trendof automobiles and the rapid growth of new energy vehicles, there will be more applications of nonwoven products(Non Woven Polypropylene Fabric Wholesale) and Expanding into the automotive sector,natural fiber products such as banana and coconut fiber in Thailand will usherin new opportunities for application and expansion in the automotive sector.

Medical nonwovens

Thailand’s stable macroeconomics and rising consumer demandand consumption levels continue to increase the rate of use of disposable hygiene products by Thai women and babies. In addition, in recent years, the ageing of Thailand has become increasingly serious. In 2018, the number of elderly people in Thailand increased to 10.5 million, accounting for 15% of thetotal population of the country. It is expected that the proportion will increase to 20% in 2020, which will continue to stimulate adult incontinence products. growth of. In view of the relatively low birth rate in Thailand, itis expected that the number of adult incontinence products in Thailand will exceed that of baby diapers in the next decade, leading to the development offuture disposable hygiene products in Thailand.

In the medical field, Thailand has aninter nationally advanced medical team and modern medical equipment, which has won many international reputations. In addition to public hospitals, there are more than 400 private hospitals in Thailand. It is estimated that in 2019, Thaimedical workers will consume 700,000 medical garments and 6.9 million surgical protective garments. In the future, they still have great development prospectsin this field.