With a multi-disciplinary approach, Fact.MR elaborates an extensive analysis of the historical, current and future outlook of the global Odour Control Textiles as well as the factors responsible for such a growth. Our highly dedicated professionals have inputted critical and accurate insights associated with every industry, and region by doing thorough primary and secondary research.
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Global Odour Control Textiles: Market Segmentation
On the basis of source, the global odour control textiles market has been segmented as –
- Apparels and Footwear
- Sports Apparels
- Socks and Gloves
- Home and Medical Textiles
- Bed Linen
- Table Wear
- Accessories and Others
- Carpets and Floor Covering
On the basis of end use, the global odour control textiles market has been segmented as–
- Medical and Healthcare Industry
- Sports and Fitness Industry
On the basis of application, the global odour control textiles market has been segmented as –
- Microfibers Technology
- Water Repellent
- Ultraviolet Protection Technology
Key players are engaged in a variety of strategic initiatives to control the market, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, partnerships, research and development, product revisions, and technological upgrades.
To stand out and generate significant revenue, launching distinctive items will be the most profitable option going ahead.
- June 2022: Swedish Renewcell and Swiss HeiQ formed strategic cooperation to produce circular HeiQ AeoniQ cellulose filament yarn using Renewcell’s textile-to-textile recycled CIRCULOSE® pulp to replace environmentally harmful polyester in textiles. Through this agreement, the textile sector can achieve 100% circularity by incorporating recycled raw materials into the most cutting-edge, climate-positive and eco-friendly yarn process of production.