The price ofnon-woven fabricreached its highest in 2020.
With coronavirus set to sweep the world in 2020, masks have become a must-have item.The consequent effect is the high price of the non-wovens, the raw material for masks.
Although the second half of the year is already underway and the epidemic in China is largely under control, the non-woven market remains very chaotic.
We can say that the market price has gone from 78,000 tons to 178,000 tons.
When we talk about the price of a good, it is inevitable that the quality of that property will be linked to that price.
Prices vary from material to material.
Non-wovens are usually new or filled, but there are also differences between new fabrics, for example in powder form and granules.
Pure granular non-woven is currently the best non-woven in the domestic market.
The quality of powdered fabrics may be slightly lower and, of course, relatively low.
In addition to powders and pellets, thousands of recycled fabric wastes on the market are processed into substandard non-wovens by a second treatment.
This tissue is cheaper and can even be toxic if treated poorly, causing serious human damage.
Powdered fabrics and second-processing tissue waste have a strong odour and cannot pass through customs.
As a result, import and export trade is difficult to achieve.
Self-manufacturednon-wovenscost in themselves, and factories cannot lose money, so anything that is cheap must be bought with caution in the market, but because many plants will not leave dishonest money in anti-infective materials, pure cereal production and processing of the nwovens remain very popular.