Laminated polypropylene woven bags and sacks continue to be preferred over non-laminated polypropylene woven bags and sacks due to cost, strength and environment, accounting for 60 per cent of global sales.
According to the research of fac. MR(pune, India), the PP woven bag market is expected to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 4% from 2019 to 2028.
The environmental hazards associated with polyethylene (PE) have led to the adoption of PP woven and gunnyard bags as a more sustainable option, according to the research for the polypropylene woven and gunnyard bag market.
In the fast-moving consumer goods sector, the expansion of the retail sector has led to a proliferation of retail outlets, which will continue to bode well for the growth of the PP woven bag and gunny bag markets, the daily mail reported.
Polypropylene woven bags and packaging market demand is expanding
Countries are passing legislation banning the use of plastic bags and imposing taxes to offset the environmental impact of their production and disposal.
Disposable plastic bags, according to the thickness of plastic bags and decided, are generally prohibited to use.
Due to the ban on membrane plastic bags, the demand for PP non-woven bags is very large.
"Although polypropylene woven bags and sacks are made of materials that are not completely biodegradable, these bags can be reused and recycled, making them a more environmentally friendly choice."
In fact, the production of polypropylene woven bags and gunny bags is becoming a profitable small business with steadily increasing demand.
Aware of the changing needs of consumers and end-use industries, manufacturers of polypropylene woven bags and gunny-bags have introduced a wide range of products.
Open-pocket and self-sealing bags continue to dominate the PP woven bag and gunnysack markets, which together account for more than 50% of the market in terms of value and sales.
This is complemented by a steady demand from the block-bottom and sandwich bags.
The asia-pacific region (excluding Japan) will remain the market leader in PP woven bags and gunnysack, led by the fast-moving consumer goods industry, and the region's middle class population is also booming.
Most PP woven bag and gunny bag markets in the asia-pacific region will remain concentrated in China and India.
Previous initiatives to ban plastic bags have been widely accepted in these countries.
With the growing demand for packaging products, the major manufacturers will focus on the production of PP woven bags and gunny bags, and strive to become a reliable custom woven bags manufacturers.
Companies in some emerging markets, such as China and India, export more than half their products to countries such as the United States, Canada, the united Arab emirates, Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom.
They are also accelerating their entry into markets in eastern Europe and South Africa.