Nonwovens - Sector Presentation

Report
Ministry of Textiles
Government of India
Nonwovens
Sector Presentation
(2013)
Contents
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Nonwovens – An Introduction
Nonwovens in India
Incentives offered under TMTT
Centre of Excellence for Nonwovens
Key Players in the Industry
Key Contact Points
1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
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What is Nonwoven Fabric?
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Nonwoven fabrics are broadly defined as sheet or web structures bonded together by
entangling fiber or filaments (and by perforating films) mechanically, thermally, or chemically.
They are flat, porous sheets that are made directly from separate fibers or from molten plastic
or plastic film. They are not made by weaving or knitting and do not require converting the fibers
to yarn.
How is Nonwoven Fabric used?
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Nonwovens may be a limited-life, single-use fabric or a very durable fabric. Nonwoven fabrics
provide specific functions such as absorbency, liquid repellency, resilience, stretch, softness,
strength, flame retardancy, washability, cushioning, filtering, bacterial barriers and sterility.
These properties are often combined to create fabrics suited for specific jobs while achieving a
good balance between product use-life and cost. They can mimic the appearance, texture and
strength of a woven fabric, and can be as bulky as the thickest paddings.
Following are a few of the properties that can be attained using nonwoven fabrics:
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Absorbency
Bacterial barrier
Cushioning
Filtering
Flame retardancy
Liquid repellency
Resilience
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Softness
Sterility
Strength
Stretch
Washability
1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
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Today, innovations in nonwoven fabrics are growing as rapidly as the
demand for them, with almost unlimited possibilities for a wide variety of
industries, including:
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Agricultural coverings
Agricultural seed strips
Apparel linings
Automotive headliners
Automotive upholstery
Carpeting
Civil engineering fabrics
Civil engineering geotextiles
Disposable diapers
Envelopes
Filters
House wraps
Household & personal wipes
Hygiene products Insulation
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Labels
Laundry aids
Roofing
Sterile medical-use products
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Upholstery
Wall coverings
1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
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Raw Materials for Nonwovens
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Fibres
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Bonding Agents:
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Cotton
Rayon
Acetate
Wool
Polyamides and Polyester
Acrylic
Other fibres such as glass fibers, ceramic fibers, thermoplastic vinyl resin type, asbestos
and sulfite used in blends.
The bonding agents have such a great influence on the properties of the fabric that the
requirements of the finished product determine the choice of bonding agent. The bonding
agents used might be liquid bonding agents or solid bonding agents in form of fibers,
powders or paste.
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Classification of Nonwovens
Wet Bonded
Random Air Laid
Dry Bonded
Card Laid
By mode of
Manufacturing
Mechanical
Spun Bonded
Thermal
Meltblown
Laminated
Polymer Laid
Classification of Nonwovens
Sandwiched
Durable
By End Use of
product
Non-Durable
Disposable
Staple Fibre
Type of Fibre Used
Filament
Fibre
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1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
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Types of webs and their forming techniques:
Fibre Web for
Nonwoven
fabric
Staple Fibre
Web
Randomly
Laid Web
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Dry Laid Web
Wet Laid Web
Cross Laid
Web
Parallel laid
Web
Continuous
filament Web
Melt Blown
Web
Spun Laid
Web
1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
Nonwoven
Bonding
Techniques
Mechanical
Bonding
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Types of Bonding
Techniques
Chemical
Bonding
Needle
Punching
Discontinuous
Bonding
Radiant Heat
Bonding
Hydro
Entanglement
Print Bonding
Ultrasonic
Bonding
Stitch Bonding
Application of
Powders
Belt
Calendaring
Foam
Bonding
Through Air
Thermal
Bonding
Spray
Adhesive
Bonding
Hot
Calendaring
Saturation
Adhesive
Bonding
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Thermal
Bonding
Bonding of
Spunlaid
Webs
1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
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Outlook for worldwide Nonwovens production (Quantity in
Mn. Tonnes) Source: INDA Estimates & Rory Holmes, INDA-CAB Conference 2012 (www.inda.org)
Growth
Growth Rate 2006Rate2011-2016
2011 (%/Year)
(%/Year)
2006
2011
2016
NAFTA
Europe
China
1.61
1.56
0.97
1.87
1.95
1.65
2.2
2.6
2.82
3.00%
4.60%
10.50%
3.30%
5.90%
12.00%
Other Asia
Pacific
0.51
0.59
0.78
3.00%
5.70%
Japan
0.33
0.33
0.35
0.00%
1.20%
Middle East
0.26
0.32
0.45
3.60%
7.70%
Rest of World
0.44
0.9
1.88
16.60%
14.60%
TOTAL
5.68
7.61
11.08
6.00%
7.80%
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1. Nonwovens – An Introduction
Outlook for worldwide Nonwovens production Source: INDA Estimates &
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Rory Holmes, INDA-CAB Conference 2012 (www.inda.org)
1997
2002
2011
2016
Growth Rate
Growth Rate
1997-2010
2011-2016
(%/Year)
(%/Year)
Dollars
$11
$15
$26
$37
6.2%
7.8%
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205
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8.7%
9.0%
2.7
4.0
7.6
11.1
7.7%
7.8%
(billions)
Sq Meters
(billions)
Tonnes
(millions)
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2. Nonwovens in India
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The domestic consumption of non-woven in India is estimated as around 1 lakh MT in
2007-08. The market for non-woven technical textiles is expected to increase to over
1.5 lakh MT by 2012-13. The market for non-woven is dominated by the segments like
Mobiltech, Medtech and Geotech. The domestic market for non-woven is dominated by
automobile interior carpets & NVH products, surgical dressings, non-woven interlinings,
tea-bags fabric and the absorbent fabrics - diapers & sanitary napkins. In addition, nonwoven is also used in several other products like cigarette filters, headliners, airlines
disposables, surgical disposables, non-woven wipes, non-woven abrasives, sports
footwear components (linings), mulch-mats, crop covers, etc.
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Nonwovens Market Size in Asia in 2011 (2.6 Million
Tonnes) (Source: ANFA Estimates & Rory Holmes, INDA-CAB Conference 2012
(www.inda.org)
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India’s market share has been small in Asia
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2. Nonwovens in India
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However, it has been observed
over the period that Nonwoven
Consumption Rises as GDP Per
Capita Increases (Source: INDA Estimates, Ian
Butler, INTC-2008)
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Considering the fact that India’s
GDP is expected to grow
further, the consumption of
Nonwovens
is
slated
for
multifold increase in India. Thus,
making India a huge market for
consumption of Nonwovens.
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2. Nonwovens in India
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Same has been indicated by the trends so far, that the consumption of
nonwovens/Technical Textiles has increased with increasing GDO per capita
in India. (Source: GDP per capita source: World Bank)
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YEAR
GDP PER CAPITA (US$)
CONSUMPTION OF
NONWOVENS/TT (kg)
2005
733
0.08
2010
1374
0.15
2015
2563
0.27
2020
4780
0.51
2025
8912
0.95
2030
16618
1.77
2035
30985
3.31
2040
57773
6.16
2045
107720
11.49
2050
200850
21.43
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Growth of consumption of Nonwovens in India w.r.t. growth of consumption of
Nonwovens in USA in the coming years may be estimated as below:
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3. Incentives offered under TMTT
► Launched in December 2010, Technology Mission on Technical Textiles
encourages domestic & export market development of technical textiles including
industrial textiles.
► Business start-up assistance
 Handholding support to new entrepreneurs through empanelled consultants
 Empanelled consultant will help MSME in product selection, market selection,
technology selection & sourcing and preparation of project report
 Financial Assistance – 2% - 3% of the project cost with an upper ceiling at Rs.
5 lakhs – Rs. 6 lakhs
► Contract research assistance
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Encourages contract research in development of product, process and
technology in technical textiles including industrial textiles.
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Financial Assistance – 60% of the research cost upto Rs. 20 lakhs
► Market development assistance for export sales
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Encourages participation in exhibition, trade fairs, etc. in foreign countries
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Financial assistance – 50% of the cost upto Rs. 5 lakh per visit.
► For further details, please visit – http://technotex.gov.in/tmttsub.htm
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Nonwovens in India
4. Centre of Excellence for Nonwovens
► Ministry of Textile has sponsored a Centre of Excellence for Nonwovens at DKTE,
Ichalkaranji, Kolhapur
Providing
technical
consultancy
Development of
standards
Organizing
awareness seminars
and workshops
COEs role
and
objectives
Undertaking
research projects
National &
International
Accreditation
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Testing services
Nonwovens in India
Acting as an
information
resource center
Conducting
training for the
industry
Providing
incubation
services
Development of
proto-types
5. Nonwoven Suppliers in India
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Major Suppliers in India:
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Supreme Nonwovens Pvt. Ltd
Hitkari Fibres Ltd.
Charminar Nonwovens Ltd.
Uniproducts (India) Ltd.
Unimin India Ltd.
Fiberweb India Ltd.
KK Nonwovens India
KT Exports India Pvt. Ltd.
Vimal Industries (Regd.)
Lavino-Kapur Cottons Pvt. Ltd.
Jeevan Products
Miracle Nonwoven
Grindwell Norton Ltd.
Bajaj Carpet Industries Ltd.
Entremonde Polycoaters Ltd.
Ginni Filaments Ltd.
Ultra Nonwoven
Rhyno Non Woven Fabrics
Piyush Polytex Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Mak Textchem Products
Alpha Foam Ltd.
Radiance Spun Bond Pvt. Ltd.
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Associates Nonwovens
Ambika Polymer
Kusumgar Corporates
Chaitanya fibres
JMDI Linen Private Limited
Freudenberg Non Wovens India
Private Limited
Euro Asia Global
Pacific-Harish Industries Ltd.
Anjani Udyog Pvt Ltd. (Anjani
Nonwovens)
Ahlstrom Asia Holding Pte Ltd.
Birla Jute Mil
Khosla Profil Pvt. Ltd.
Obeetee Textiles Pvt. Ltd
Parishudh Fibres (P) Ltd.
Surya Textech
Nidhi Surgicals Private Ltd.
Jai Prabha Textiles
Dynamic Wooltex
D. Chemet International
Friends (I) Exim
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P.A.R.K. Non-Woven Pvt. Ltd.
Melrose Overseas
Tex Fab Lining
Satyam Nonwovens Pvt. Ltd
Pannalal And Sons
KK Nonwovens
Prime Industries
6. Key Contact Points
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Office of Textile Commissioner
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 91-22-22001050
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Project Management and Monitoring Consultant (PMMC) to TMTT
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Ph: +91-9999987174 (Hemant) or +91-9769825350 (Vikas)
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Centre of Excellence in Nonwovens
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Phone : +91 230 2421300, 2437316 Fax.: +91 230 2432329
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Indian Technical Textile Association
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 91-22-24945372 / 24949983
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Thank You
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