Sustainable Fabrics Market Size Worth USD 69.5 Billion by 2030 at 12.50% CAGR - Report by Market Research Future (MRFR)


Sustainable Fabrics Market Insights and Industry Analysis by Product Type (Organic, Regenerated, Recycled, Natural), Application (Clothing, Furnishing, Medical, Others), and Region, Competitive Market Size, Share, Trends, and Forecast to 2030

New York, US, May 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sustainable Fabrics Market Overview:

According to a Comprehensive Research Report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “Sustainable Fabrics MarketInformation by Product Type, Application, and Region - Forecast till 2030”, the market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 12.50% CAGR to reach USD 69.5 Billion by 2030.

Market Scope:

Polyester fabric is known to be derived from crude oil, which means that all fabric washes result in the emission of a plastic microfiber. These are released into waterways, resulting in contamination of lakes, rivers, and other bodies of water, which then enter and affect the human body and animal cycle. This is a growing source of concern that could suffocate the market's growth prospects throughout the current projection period, which will finish in 2030.

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Competitive Landscape:

The notable players of the market are

  • Grasim (India)
  • Vivify Textiles (Switzerland)
  • Foss Performance Materials (US)
  • Teijin Limited (Japan)
  • US Fibers (US)
  • Pure Waste Textiles Ltd (Finland)
  • Polyfibre Industries (India)
  • Wellman Advanced Materials (US)
  • Tangshan Sanyou Group Xingda Chemical Fibre Co. Ltd (China)
  • Textil Santanderina SA (Spain)
  • Shanghai Tenbro Bamboo Textile Co. Ltd (China)
  • Pilipinas Ecofiber Corp. (Philippines)
  • David C. Poole Company, Inc (US)
  • China Bambro Textile Co. Ltd (China)

Market Dynamics:

Market Drivers:

During the projected period, the global fabric market will be driven by a growing level of awareness about sustainable materials technology fabrics. Some regional and global governments' policies and rules, such as 100 percent FDI textile, are enhancing the implementation of government schemes under the ministry of textiles, such as up-gradation of technology schemes, silk sector schemes, skill development schemes, integrated wool development program, handicrafts schemes, jute sector schemes, and others, such as power loom sector schemes, jute sector jute sector jute sector jute sector jute sector jute sector jute sector jute sector.

The growing importance of the textile sector in the global market, which includes nations such as India and China, is giving profitable chances for key companies in these regions to extend their share of the global sustainable fabrics market. The rising cases of population are followed by employment trends that are increasing per capita income, increasing users' purchasing power, changing their standards of living, and the growth of the e-commerce industry, all of which will have a positive impact on market growth during the forecast period, which will end in 2028.

Market Restraints:

However, one of the significant difficulties that would prevent the market from increasing during the projected period is the contamination of natural water sources as a result of disposal practices. In addition, landfills are being overburdened to compensate for textile industry and fabric waste, causing significant discomfort and wreaking havoc on environmental circumstances and regulations. The global economy has a negative impact on the environment. As a result, academics, manufacturers, and end-users are giving sustainable materials textile a lot of thought in order to limit the impact.

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COVID-19 Impact:

The breakout of the COVID 19 pandemic has had a negative influence on people's lives, as well as impaired production and manufacturing capabilities. The sustainable fabric business must fight the war for people's health as well as economic growth. Companies in the sustainable fabrics business have also experienced significant production and development disruptions. The worldwide industry is trying to assess the situation, and governments throughout the world are taking the required cost-effective actions to help stop the pandemic from spreading through physical contact and social gatherings. Market participants are seeing the necessity to return to normalcy and carry on with their company in order to earn income, stay up with market changes, and maintain a supply and demand balance in the global market environment.


Clothing, Furnishing, Medical, and Others are the many types of applications in the market.

Organic fabrics, regenerated fabrics, and recycled fabrics are among the textiles used in the sustainable fabrics sector. Organic textile textiles are said to be made from non-genetically modified plants that are produced in regulated environments free of pesticides, herbicides, and other pollutants in the soil and water. Organic cotton is quickly becoming the most popular organic fabric on the planet. Cellulose is taken from tree wood and dissolved in a variety of chemicals and combinations to create regenerated fabrics.

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Regional Overview:

The market for sustainable fabrics is broken down by region, including North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa.

During the previous projection period, which concluded in 2019, Asia Pacific was the largest and most dominant market for sustainable fabrics, and this trend is likely to continue during the current forecast period. In 2019, the region is expected to have a market share of 38 percent.

During the historic forecast period in 2019, North America was the second-largest market for fabrics. The growing and rising knowledge of sustainability in this region, as well as significant demand for trendy sustainable textiles for clothes, is supporting and resulting in market growth.

In terms of market size, Europe was second only to North America. There are significant participants in the market region, and this fact is being complemented by a large-scale demand for clothing and furnishing textile textiles. During the current projection period of 2021-2028, Latin America is predicted to have a high level of demand, but the Middle East and Africa are expected to have a high CAGR growth rate.

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