According to the new study published by P&S Market Research, the ASEAN & South Asia dyestuff for textile market is forecasted to Reach $1,938.9 Million by 2023. The growth of the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market is mainly driven by the tremendously high demand of dyestuff from the home textile and automotive textile industries, in emerging economies.
The apparel industry is witnessing tremendous growth in the current scenario, owing to the surge in demand for apparels such as outerwear, jeans, t-shirts, innerwear, shorts, dresses, trousers, children’s wear, and socks, across the world. For instance, as per NDP Group, Inc., in 2016, the apparel sales in the U.S. increased by 19 per cent for men’s, women’s, and children’s apparels. Accordingly, the demand for dyestuff (black colour) used in the manufacturing process of these wide range of apparels is also growing.
On the basis of type, the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market is segmented into reactive dyes, disperse dyes, vat dyes, direct dyes, acid dyes, sulfur dyes, and others. Reactive dyes held the largest share of the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market, in terms of both value and volume, in 2016. The main characteristic of reactive dyes is the formation of a covalent bond with cellulose, which is the key component of cotton fibers, making it the most permanent of all dyes. This makes reactive dyes a preferred choice over other dyes in the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market.
In terms of value, disperse dyes are the fastest growing segment in the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market, and are expected to maintain the same trend during the forecast period. This is due to the fact that among all types of dyes, only disperse dyes are effective for “Normal” polyester.
India held the largest share of the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market, in terms of both revenue and volume, in 2016. There has been a significant growth in the dyestuff industry during the last decade, which has created an export opportunity for India in the ASEAN and South Asia dyestuff for textile market. Due to the enforcement of strict pollution control norms, several units in countries such as the US, Germany, France, and the UK, has resulted in a closure of units, which has given rise to capacity building in India, and has hence, made the country a largest market in dyestuff for textile.