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[ April 18, 2020 by NonWoven Tech Asia 0 Comments ]

Nonwoven – The Fight for Better Health Care Part-2

In Continuation of the Part – 1

Major Drivers for Medical & Hygiene Nonwoven Market particularly in India:
Before the COVID-19 pandemic the personal hygiene market of India was expected to grow approximately up to 20% in the current year primarily driven by rising disposable income and awareness among users.
Growth of hygiene and medical applications market will directly create the demand of Non-woven.
Although Hygiene is a mature market in developed economies, in developing regional markets of China and India that are just beginning to use Hygiene products, the growth is rapid.
Gujarat is the hub for non-woven textile production in India, accounting approximately for 45% of the total production.
Maharashtra, Delhiand Haryanaaccounts for another 30% of the total production.
Surgical drapes & gowns are the largest consumed medical non-woven globally.
Incontinence products comes second on the list and also is the fastest growing.

Continuing replacement of Reusable(textile-based) medical fabrics by Disposable(nonwoven based) medical fabrics.
Increasing potential of our hygiene Industry due to Pandemic Outbreaks like SARS, Avian Influenza, Swine Flu and the currently as we all know is COVID-19.
With the change in the age demographics of the country the demand in assisted care and incontinence products will increase.
The subjects or key points to look out for the better future of Non-woven in Hygiene & medical sector in India:
·       Our Industrial experts has always emphasized on below mentioned points :
1)     Sustainability & Recyclability.
2)    Develop Softer Hygiene products.
3)    Incontinence & steps to overcome taboo surrounded to it.
4)    Innovation: The thread that ties all the above mentioned points is certainly ‘Innovation’. The growth of the Non-Woven sector is highly dependent on innovations that revolves around new technology or concepts that would help manufacturers achieve the desired objectives and would provide optimal solutions.
·       It is highly recommendable by many experts & professionals of our Industry that India should be party to IMDRF (International Medical Device Regulators Forum) because this will help our Indian Manufacturer Exporter to increase export of medical device especially electronics and disposables.

With this we at Radeecal communications will like to urge each and every one of the industry to ‘Stay put and Stay strong’, as it is highly recommended for all of us to build plans that anticipate the short-term impacts of COVID-19 pandemic, we should also keep ourselves ready for the potential threats that will affect the business post Covid-19 crisis and we at Radeecal communications believe that future belongs to Non-woven Industry as people will be more aware about their personal & medical hygiene now if compared before the Covid-19 pandemic.
The above-mentioned findings are taken from various blogs, reports and data produced by people of our own Industry with an intention of keeping up faith and backing each other in this difficult time.
Our true success lies in managing through the crisis by supporting and believing in our associates and counterparts, making them know about our business continuity plans with the resources that we have which can make us grow together. It’s the time of Being Resilient’, because that’s where we will be able to jointly overcome the present and post crisis of this global pandemic.
Raising the point about the business continuity plan, we at Radeecal communications has been organising ‘Non- woven Tech Asia’ exhibition annually for last 6 yearswith the prime focus on the development of Indian market and with an aim of providing immense B2B and B2C opportunities for our National & International exhibitors & visitors. This time around the 7thedition of ‘Non-woven tech Asia’ is going to take place and the road map of the exhibition has already been decided and with our strategic and visionary focus on all the essential key points needed, we are committed to make the exhibition impactful and helpful to all our fellow members associated with the Non-woven sector. 
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[ April 1, 2020 by NonWoven Tech Asia 2 Comments ]

Nonwoven – The Fight for Better Health Care

Disposable Nonwoven in India:
Opportunities @ present & post COVID-19 crisis

* Affecting hundreds of thousands of people around the world, the coronavirus pandemic has hit businesses really hard. Stock markets have continued to crash globally, and businesses running on limited resources and supply amid fear and panic. Almost every sector is bearing the brunt of the crisis.

* We all know that this pandemic is hurting and affecting each and everyone’s lives globally. But as it has been said always whenever humanity is facing this kind of difficult a time that ‘This too shall pass’, let’s believe in this phrase and start working on the opportunities that lie in the problem that we all are facing or the new ones that will be there once we prevail through this tough time.
We will like to share some of the facts and findings that we have come across from different studies & sources related to Non-woven sector and majorly about ‘Disposable Non-woven’ with an aim of boosting the morale of our sector and apparently which can make us remain optimistic in this time of global crisis.

* The worst-hit sectors due to COVID-19 are:

             I.           Aviation
           II.          Travel & Tourism
         III.          Travel tech
         IV.          Retail
           V.          MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions)

* On the contrary as per the present scenario the best-positioned sectors are:

           I.          Enterprise Tech
          II.        Medical Hygiene
        III.        Personal Hygiene

We all know that Medical and personal hygiene are the essential and the fastest growing sectors in terms of consumption of Disposable Non-wovens in India.

* Due to the consumer hysteria amid the panic of COVID-19 the growing demand and limited supply for hand sanitizers and facial masks, the prices of such products have spiked to record levels.

* The data shows that online popularity of facial masks in India has surpassed the United States by 4th of March 2020. We can relate this to the hysteria but we should also not neglect the sense of awareness and precaution that is seen in the people of India.

* The implication of Non-woven in hygiene segment:
A)  All Types of Diapers
B)    Fem Care.
C)  Adult Incontinence.

* The implication of Non-woven in Medical application segment:

A)  Surgical drapes.
B) Surgical gowns.
C) Instrument wraps.
D) Face masks.
E) Bandages.
F) Sponges.
G) Wipes

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