According to the "Polypropylene woven bag and sack market" research, environmental hazards associated with polyethylene (PE) have prompted the use of PP woven bags and sacks as a more sustainable option. According to the British "Daily Mail" report, in the field of fast moving consumer goods, the expansion of the retail industry has led to a surge in retail outlets, which will continue to bode well for the growth of the PP woven bag and sack market.
Countries are adopting legislation prohibiting the use of plastic bags and implementing taxation to offset the environmental impact of the production and disposal of plastic bags. Disposable plastic bags, depending on the thickness of the plastic bag, are generally prohibited.
Due to the ban on film plastic bags, the demand for PP non-woven bags is very large. “Although the materials used in polypropylene woven bags and sacks are not completely biodegradable, they can be reused and recycled, making them a more environmentally friendly option.” In fact, in the case of steady growth in demand, The production of polypropylene woven bags and sacks is becoming a profitable small business.
Manufacturers of polypropylene woven bags and sacks are aware that the needs of consumers and the end-use industry are constantly changing, so they have introduced a wide range of products. Open pockets and ziplock bags continue to dominate the PP woven bag and sack market, which together account for more than 50% of the market share in terms of value and sales. Complementing this is the need for stability from the bulk bottom and the sandwich pocket.
The Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan) will remain in the PP woven bag and sack market, headed by the fast-moving consumer goods industry, and the middle class population in the region is also exploding. Most PP woven bags and sacks in the Asia Pacific region will continue to be concentrated in China and India. Previously, the initiative on the ban on plastic bags has been widely accepted in these countries.
As the demand for packaging products continues to grow, major manufacturers will focus on the production of PP woven bags and sacks, and strive to become * reliable custom woven bag manufacturers. More than half of the products in emerging markets such as China and India are exported to the United States, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom. These companies are also accelerating their entry into the Eastern European and South African markets.