Global Textile Dyes Market Is Projected To Reach USD 6.4 Billion By 2019

Date: 2016-09-11

Textile dyes belong to Bronze Age. If we compare this to the 21st-century, these constitute an important segment of the whole business of specialty chemicals. 
Dyes that are used by the textile industry are now mostly synthetic. They are mostly derived from two sources namely, coal tar and petroleum-based intermediates. These dyes are marketed as powders, granules, pastes or liquid dispersions. The concentrations of active ingredients typically ranges from 20 to 80 percent. These are now characterised as new dyes and are regularly developed for meeting the demands of new technology, new kinds of fabrics, detergents, advances in dyeing machineriest, along with overcoming the serious environmental concerns posed by some existing dyes. Another important factor is the fact that almost all the products are subjected to seasonal demand and variation. Industrial textiles Dyes must rise up to meet all these new and specific technical requirements.

With the fast changing of the product profile of the textile industry, from high-cost cotton textiles to the durable and versatile synthetic fibres, the pattern of consumption of these dyes is also going through rapid changes. Now a days, Polyesters account for a major part of dye consumption. Accordingly, disperse dyes, they are used in Polyesters, are also projected to grow at a faster rate.

Types of textile dyes are numerous, include Acid Dyes, Azoic Dyes, Basic Dyes, Direct Dyes, Disperse Dyes, Reactive Dyes, Sulphur Dyes, Oxidation Dyes, Mordant Dyes (Chrome Dyes), Optical / Fluorescent Brightener, Solvent Dyes, Vat Dyes and so on, but the total can be summarized as Dyes for Cellulose Fibers, Dyes for Protein Fibers, Dyes for Synthetic Fibers.

Global Textile Dyes Market Share, by types, 2020


The global textile dyes market was estimated to reach USD 4.7 billion in 2015, and is projected to reach USD 6.4 billion by 2019, at a CAGR of approximately 8.2% from 2016 to 2019. Among them, Asia-Pacific will be the textile dyes largest market, followed by North America.

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Joanna | Executive – International Business and partner Relations
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