Videos explain nonwoven wipes processes and forecast market growth
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Cary, North Carolina
Get ready to learn more about one of the biggest global nonwoven markets. Cotton Incorporated, a respected global resource for cotton research, furthers its ongoing educational outreach with two new video lectures released through the Cottonworks™ platform. The lectures provide an overview of nonwoven wipes markets and explore market data, raw materials, and process technologies used in the manufacturing and distribution processes.
According to the latest INDA Worldwide Outlook Report for the Nonwovens Industry, the wipes market has a projected average annual growth rate of 5.3 percent through 2023.
“The nonwoven wipes market continues to be a strong growth area,” says Janet O’Regan, director of nonwovens marketing at Cotton Incorporated. “The purpose of these lectures is to provide information on market segmentation, forecasted growth, raw materials and the technologies associated with nonwoven wipes products.”
The lectures, based on research from North Carolina State University and the INDA Worldwide Outlook Report, are a continuation of the Nonwovens Technical Education series, an extensive collection of nonwovens resources available on Cottonworks™. The lectures are designed to educate professionals in the nonwovens industry about different products, processes, and market trends. “This would be a great introduction for business professionals who are just starting out in the industry or a great refresher for anyone already in the wipes market,” says O’Regan.
Individuals seeking to expand their knowledge of the nonwovens industry can go to cottonworks.com and explore the growing, free library of video lectures, marketing and research brochures, sourcing directories, and webinars.
About Cotton Incorporated
Cotton Incorporated, funded by U.S. growers of upland cotton and importers of cotton and cotton textile products, is the research and marketing company representing upland cotton. The program is designed and operated to improve the demand for and profitability of cotton.