Pune, Nov. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global aramid fiber market size is projected to reach USD 7,243.3 million by the end of 2027. The presence of several large-scale companies will contribute to the growth of the market in the coming years. According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “Aramid Fiber Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Product Type (Para, Meta and Others), By Application (Security & Protection, Frictional Materials, Rubber & Tire Reinforcement, Optical Fiber, Electrical Insulation, Aerospace and Others), and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027“ the market was worth USD 4,522.6 million in 2019 and will exhibit a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period, 2020-2027.
Aramid fibers are widely used across diverse industry applications, mainly due to their exceptional physical properties. The product is characterized by mechanical strength and excellent resistance to external factors including pressure and humidity. As this is a manmade fiber, availability is not an issue. The increasing demand for the product has led to the presence of several large scale manufacturing units across the world. The presence of several large scale manufacturers will have a direct impact on the growth of the overall market in the forthcoming years. Besides this, properties such as low flammability and good fabric integrity will contribute to the growing adoption of these fibers across diverse industry verticals in several countries.
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Covid-19 Pandemic has Limited Product Adoption in End-use Industries
The recent coronavirus outbreak has had a massive impact on several economies across the globe. The efforts taken to curb the spread of the disease have limited the growth of businesses across the world. Due to the rapid spread of the disease, several countries are looking to implement strict measures with a view to controlling the spread of the disease. The measures are taken to curb the spread of the disease, including lockdown and social distancing practices have resulted in a shortfall of manpower and workforce. As a result, several production units have either been put on hold or being operated with limited …
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