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            Spunbond nonwovens are produced by the spunbond technology, wherein thermoplastic fiber polymers are extruded to form fine filament fibers of around 15–35 micrometer diameter. These filaments are collected on a conveyor belt in the form of a sheet or web, which is then bonded together by heat or solvent, chemical, and mechanical treatment to make spunbond nonwoven fabric. Polyester, polypropylene, and polyethylene are the generally used polymers material for manufacturing of spunbond nonwovens, as these offer high strength, broad molecular weight distribution and high molecular weight. The ability to easily mold and control properties of polyester, polypropylene, and polyethylene polymers material to make them special for manufacturing nonwovens.

            The global Spunbond Nonwoven market is driven by such as increased demand for polypropylene spunbond nonwovens, rising awareness about disposable products and ease of manufacturing. Increasing consumption of spunbond nonwovens in the Healthcare Sector is also projected to impelling the market growth in the forecast period. However, lack of skilled technicians and high maintenance costs coupled with high initial investment are restraining the market growth at the global level. Growing demand for geotextiles are expected to create beneficial opportunities for the key player in the market during the forecast period. Entrance barriers for small to medium-sized enterprises in emerging nations and growing complexity of the supply chain are the major challenge for the Spunbond Nonwoven market in the near future.