are natural fibers made of ether or esters of cellulose. The primary sources of cellulose fiber are wood, barks and leaves of plants. In this report, cellulose fibers are segmented on the bases of types and end user industry. In terms of types, cellulose fibers are mainly classified as natural and synthetic. Due to the widely different types of cellulose fibers available, both in nature as well as in industries, these are further subdivided. Natural fibers broadly consist of cotton, jute and wool. Synthetic fibers comprise acetate, acrylic, aramid, rayon, nylon, olefin and polyester. Cellulose fibers are used in numerous end user industries, the most prominent ones being textiles, paper and pulp, aerospace and defense, automotive, construction, electrical/insulation and fireproofing. The forecast period for this report is taken to be from 2016 to 2021.
This report includes a comprehensive approach to the
global cellulose fiber market
on the basis of geography. The key countries holding the largest shares in the market get detailed coverage along with the honorable mentions. APAC holds the largest market revenue share in the global cellulose fiber market, which is credited to the large manufacturing sector it houses. China is the single largest market revenue holder in APAC. Americas is not far behind with a little less than a third of the global market revenue. Europe is third in the list with RoW holding the smallest share at less than a tenth of the total revenue.
Sample Companies Profiled in this Report are:
- E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (The U.S.),
- Honeywell International (The U.S.),
- INVISTA B.V. (The U.S.),
- Weyerhaeuser Company (The U.S.) and
- Eastman Chemical Company (The U.S.)
Which account for xx% of the global market revenue. The market is fairly consolidated, which is visible from the presence of big manufacturers. They hold large proportions of the global CPET market.