- Advertisement -
Sunday, October 17, 2021
Home Functional Fashion Antimicrobial textiles market to grow 7.4% by 2027

Antimicrobial textiles market to grow 7.4% by 2027

Global antimicrobial textiles market is expected to garner $18.2 billion by 2027, witnessing a CAGR of 7.4% from 2020 to 2027, according to a research report published by Allied Market Research.

The antimicrobial textiles market is driven by many trends such as research and development, integration of innovative technologies, extended use cases in different sectors such as skincare, use during stays in space, and others.

Antimicrobial textiles are nothing but fiber substrates to which antimicrobial agents are applied. These fibers are trusted to boost the lifespan and performance of consumer products. Increase in demand for antimicrobial sports wears and awareness regarding health and hygiene are factors adding to the market growth.

As the healthcare sector in developing regions is anticipated to offer lucrative opportunities for industry participants of the antimicrobial textile market, the market has hopes to witness a positive growth graph in the post-COVID world.

Related News

Functional Fashion Issue 17 week 41

 Download now  

IKEA’s Sow a Seed project brings important learnings on sustainability

Over a period of 20 years, IKEA has together with partners restored around 18 500 hectares of rainforest in Borneo, Malaysia. The area has...

Roland Mouret unveils women activewear range

Designer Roland Mouret launches women activewear collection. Enthused by post-COVID-pandemic dressing. As in the pandemic more and more women have started working out. This is...

Macy’s launches new eco-friendly textiles range

Macy’s new sustainable line ‘Oake collection’ features select items from a blend of cotton and Tencel lyocell fibers, which are manufactured from renewable wood...

Yarn producer Kempaş İplik ensuring sustainability with Saurer Autocoro

For several years now, Kempaş has been a specialist in the production of yarns from recycled fibres. Kempaş will further expand in this sustainable...

More like this

Functional Fashion Issue 17 week 41

0
 Download now  
IKEA-restoration-rainforests-ecosystem-Borneo

IKEA’s Sow a Seed project brings important learnings on sustainability

0
Over a period of 20 years, IKEA has together with partners restored around 18 500 hectares of rainforest in Borneo, Malaysia. The area has...
Roland-Mouret-women-activewear

Roland Mouret unveils women activewear range

0
Designer Roland Mouret launches women activewear collection. Enthused by post-COVID-pandemic dressing. As in the pandemic more and more women have started working out. This is...
Macy’s-sustainable-‘Oake-collection

Macy’s launches new eco-friendly textiles range

0
Macy’s new sustainable line ‘Oake collection’ features select items from a blend of cotton and Tencel lyocell fibers, which are manufactured from renewable wood...
Kempaş-İplik-sustainability-Saurer-Autocoro

Yarn producer Kempaş İplik ensuring sustainability with Saurer Autocoro

0
For several years now, Kempaş has been a specialist in the production of yarns from recycled fibres. Kempaş will further expand in this sustainable...
- Advertisement -