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Viscose Staple Fibre Market Report to 2030 | Global Industry Size, Growth, Analysis & Forecast
Global Viscose Staple Fibre (VSF) market has shown considerable growth in historic period and is projected to achieve a healthy CAGR of 4.78% during the forecast period.
Due to continuous growing demand for bio-degradable, eco-friendly, and sustainable products from consumers, there is expected an increase in the demand of VSF for its lightweight and heat absorbing properties from Industries such as apparel and textiles. As VSF possess the ability to be light, breathable, and highly absorbent of heat and moisture, they are highly used in the manufacturing of soft, smooth, and durable fabrics for various sectors.
Viscose Staple Fibre Overview:
Viscose Staple Fibre (VSF) also known as artificial cotton Fibre is a versatile natural and biodegradable Fibre which is similar to cotton in texture. Due to its versatility as it is breathable, flexible, easy to blend and have excellent color retention, VSF makes an incredible choice for many textile factories to manufacture fabrics for chiffon, crepe, lace, outerwear, and others. VSF is a natural fibre that is made of cellulose from the pulp that dissolves including cotton pulp and wood pulp. The demand of viscose fibres in woven and non-woven textiles industry is expected to drive the VSF market in upcoming years. The production of the VSF increased rapidly up to 2.8 million tonnes due to the high demand in non-woven textiles applications. The insufficient availability and supply of Fibres including cotton leading to its multiple increase in prices worldwide would further propel the demand for Viscose Staple Fibres.
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Viscose Staple Fibre Applications:
VSF has numerous applications such as Yarns: VSF are highly used in the making of viscose embroidery threads, cord, novelty Yarns, chenille etc; Fabrics: As VSF blends easily with other fibres, it is widely used in making crepes, lace, outerwear etc; Apparels: women's, men's and kid's clothing are made using VSF; Domestic textiles: Viscose fibres are used in blankets, curtains, hosiery, tablecloth and others; Industrial textiles: VSF are also used in the manufacturing of mechanical rubber, goods such as tires, belts, hoses, agriculture and other textile industries.
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