Due to the reasons of cost, strength and environmental, laminated pp woven bags
and hemp bags are more popular than non-laminated pp woven bags
and hemp bags, accounting for 60% of global sales. According to Fac. MR (Puna, India), the PP woven bag market is expected to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 4% in the year of 2018-2028.
According to the study of "pp woven bags
and hemp bags market", the environmental hazards associated with polyethylene (PE) prompt people to adopt pp woven bags
and hemp bags as more sustainable choices. According to Daily Mail, the expansion of the retail industry in the field of fast consumer goods has led to a surge in retail outlets, which will continue to augur well for the growth of pp woven bags and hemp bags markets.
Countries are passing legislation banning the use of plastic bags and imposing taxes to offset the environmental impact of the production and disposal of plastic bags. Disposable plastic bags, depending on the thickness of plastic bags, 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 pp woven bags
and hemp bags are not completely biodegradable, they can be reused and recycled, so they are a more environmentally friendly option." In fact, with the steady growth of demand, the production of pp woven bags and hemp bags is becoming a small profitable business.
Manufacturers of polypropylene woven bags and hemp bags realized that the demand of consumers and end-use industries was constantly changing, so they launched a variety of products. Open and self-sealing bags continue to dominate the market of pp woven bags
and hemp bags, which together account for more than 50% of the market share in terms of value and sales. This is complemented by the need for stability from the bulk bottom and sandwich bags. The Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan) will remain the leading market in pp woven bags and hemp bags, led by the fast moving consumer goods industry, where the middle class population is also surging. Most of the pp woven bags and hemp bags markets in the Asia-Pacific region will remain concentrated in China and India. Previously, initiatives to ban plastic bags have been widely accepted in these countries.
With the increasing demand for packaging products, major manufacturers will focus on producing pp woven bags and hemp bags, and strive to become the most reliable manufacturer of customized woven bags. More than half of the products of some emerging market companies, 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 access to markets in Eastern Europe and South Africa.