Nanofibres Market - Forecast(2021 - 2026)

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Nanofibres Market Overview

Nanofibres market size is forecast to reach US$ 520.3 million by 2026, after growing at a CAGR of 24.3% during 2021-2026. This rise is mainly due to the demand from end-use industries mainly the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and medical and healthcare. Nanofibres form the broadest class of nanomaterials due to their unique properties. Nanofibres are defined as fibers with diameters less than 100 nanometers. High surface area to volume ratios, low diameters, high strength values, low basis weights, high porosities, and small pore sizes make them indispensable for numerous applications. Nanofibres are produced by various methods but the electrospinning method is highly preferred. Nanofibres possess multifunctional properties such as good filtration, high surface area, high permeability, small fiber diameter, and thin layers. These fibres are able to filter toxic gases, pathogens (bacteria, viruses), and harmful substances present in the air. Biological polymer nanofibres are made from materials such as polycaprolactone, polylactic acid, polysaccharides and copolymers of polylactic/glycolic acid among other biopolymers. Hence, they are widely used in drug delivery, cosmetics and medical & healthcare industries. Tissue engineering represents an emerging interdisciplinary field that applies the principles of biological, chemical, and engineering sciences towards the goal of tissue regeneration where nanofibres are used. Thereby, this also contributes towards the growth of the nanofibres market. Filtration of air and water and the rising demand from the medical industry are the key drives for the nanofibres market.

COVID-19 Impact

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, induced lockdowns many industries were forced to shut down and there were also shortages of raw materials and disruptions in the supply chain demand. However, the pandemic also made consumers aware of the importance of clean air and air filtration. Masks and PPE kits using nanofibres became widely popular. This had led to nanofibres market registering positive growth during the pandemic as there was an increased demand for nanofibres in air filters, masks & PPE kits. According to The Los Angeles Times, in April 2020 L.A. bought $19 million worth of N95 masks early in the pandemic. Masks & PPE kit sales soared high during the pandemic and are still the most sort after commodities due to all the new emerging variants. Hence, the nanofibres market is expected to be strong during the forecast period.

Report Coverage

The report: “Nanofibres Market – Forecast (2021-2026)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Nanofibres Market.
By Type: Carbon Nanofibres, Cellulose Nanofibres, Polymeric Nanofibres, Ceramic Nanofibres, Composite Nanofibres, Metal Nanofibres and Others
By Synthesis: Electrospinning, Thermal Induced Phase Separation, Magneto Spinning, Melt Spinning, Self-Assembly and Others
By Application: Filtration (Air Filtration, Liquid Filtration & Molecular Filtration), Regenerative Medicine, Apparel, Drug Delivery, Wipes, Composites, and Others
By End-Use Industry: Aerospace & Aviation (Passenger, Cargo, and Others), Automotive (Passenger Vehicles, Light Commercial Vehicles , Heavy Commercial Vehicles), Medical & Healthcare (Wound Dressing, Tissue Engineering, Cancer Therapy, Prosthetic Implants, Blood Glucose Level Sensors, Vascular Grafts, Medical Clothing, Surgical Masks, Hygiene Products and Others), Cosmetics (Skin Care- Creams, Lotions, Bronzers, Cleansers, Sunscreen and Others; Hair Care- Hair Colour, Anti-Greying Products and Others; Facial Masks; Makeup Removers and Others), Textile (Apparel- Sportswear, Raincoats and Others; Protective Clothing- PPE kits, Face Masks, Firefighter Suits and Others; Upholstery and Others), Defense & Security (Military Vehicles, Military Clothing and Others), Pharmaceutical (Drug Delivery- Anti-Cancer, Antibiotics, Proteins and Others; and Therapeutics), Manufacturing, Electrical and Electronics (Cells and Batteries, Optical Sensors, Capacitors, Transistors and Others), Energy (Wind Energy, Solar Energy, and Others), Chemical, HVAC, Oil & Gas and Others
By Geography: North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Russia, Belgium, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Rest of APAC), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Rest of South America), Rest of the World (Middle East, and Africa) 

Key Takeaways

  • Asia-Pacific dominates the Nanofibres market, owing to demand from the increasing end use industries in the region.
  • Nanofibres are widely used in the medical industry. Polycaprolactone has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to use in human body as surgical suture to hold body tissues together after surgery. 
  • The regenerative medicine field has promising solutions to overcome existing clinical challenges in the repair or regrowth of injured tissues. Nanofibres fabricated by electrospinning have been extensively used for possibilities in the regeneration of various tissues. 
  • The major opportunity for this market is high research spending and growing applications of nanofibres. Furthermore, it is also an opportunity for the market to foray into green nanofibres in keeping with the sustainability goals.

Figure: Asia-Pacific Nanofibres Market Revenue, 2020-2026 (US$ Million)
 
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Nanofibres Market Segment Analysis – By Type

The polymeric nanofibres segment occupied a significant share in the nanofibres market in 2020. Nanofibres can be generated from different polymers and hence have different physical properties and application potentials. Examples of natural polymers include collagen, cellulose, silk fibroin, keratin, gelatin and polysaccharides such as chitosan and alginate. Examples of synthetic polymers include polylactic acid, polycaprolactone, polyurethane, polylactic co-glycolic acid, poly 3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate and polyethylene co-vinyl acetate. Polycaprolactone is widely used in the cosmetic industry because it helps to reduce the risk of infection and incompatibility. Polylactic acid nanofibre has excellent mechanical properties, tensile strength and durability, which makes it very useful for drug delivery and cosmetic surgeries. Polyurethane nanofibres are widely used in tissue engineering of elastic tissues such as tendons, vascular grafts, oesophagus prosthesis, and ligaments. Hence, nanofibres have myriad applications in medical sciences including artificial organs, medical prostheses and wound dressing, which augments the demand of polyurethane, polylactic acid, polycaprolactone nanofibres in medical and cosmetics market. As demand for medical & healthcare applications increases, polymeric nanofibres are expected to occupy a significant market share during the forecast period.

Nanofibres Market Segment Analysis – By Synthesis

The electrospinning segment held a significant share of 22% in the nanofibres market in 2020. Currently, almost all the end use industries use nanofibres synthesized by electrospinning. The reason behind this is electrospinning utilizes an electrostatic field to generate ultrafine fibers in a very short period of time with the minimum initial investment, training, and supervision. Electrospinning is a beneficial and effective technology that is used to produce continuous nanofibres by the use of electric force. It is mainly employed for the fabrication of fibers with diameters ranging from tens of nanometers to a few micrometers. Electrospun nanofibres can be used for tissue engineering, wound dressing, drug delivery, biosensors, filtration, mask, etc. In recent years, solution electrospinning and melt-electrospinning have been developed to solve some of the technological problems of low productivity and nonuniformity of fibers. Electrospun nanofibres have enormous potential as fibrous 3D scaffolds that can function as artificial extracellular matrices for various cells to regenerate lost or damaged tissues. They are also commercially utilized for air/water filtration. Work from home and stay-at-home norms following the pandemic intensified the demand for air purifiers. According to Mi India, there has been 100% growth in sales of Xiaomi air purifiers in 2020 with cities in north India accounting for 70% of the sales. Hence, the electrospinning process is set to continue dominating the market during the forecast period.

Nanofibres Market Segment Analysis – By End-Use Industry

The medical and healthcare segment held the largest share in the nanofibres market in 2020 and is growing at a CAGR of 21.3% during 2021-2026. Nanofibres especially those made of biocompatible or biodegradable materials show great potential in the medical and healthcare sector due to their unique combination of properties and intrinsic functionalities. Properties like interaction with environment, high liquid absorption capacities, high oxygen, water vapor permeability, high surface area and porosity associated with nanofibres enhance the adhesion of cells, as well as various proteins and drug molecules, are the key attributes to their application in this industry. A major class of nanofibres used in various medical and healthcare applications are polymeric nanofibres. Ceramic/inorganic nanofibres and carbon nanofibres are also increasingly being used. Important medical applications of nanofibres include filtration, medical textiles, wound healing, tissue engineering & regeneration, biosensors and drug delivery. Nanofibre layers produced from biopolymers (chitosan, gelatin, collagen, polycaprolactone, etc.) can also be used as a wound dressing for significant support of the wound healing process. Furthermore, nanofibres also act as an effective barrier for microorganism penetration (viruses, bacteria, and molds). Since the pandemic has begun, they have been increasingly used to produce masks and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits. There has been a growing high demand for protective clothing, especially from the healthcare & medical sector to prevent the spread of coronavirus and to safely treat patients. For instance, in March 2020, The World Health Organization (WHO) has called on governments and industries to increase the manufacturing capacity of PPE kits by 40% to meet the rising global PPE demand. Based on WHO modeling, an estimated 89 million medical masks are required for the COVID-19 response each month. For examination gloves, that figure goes up to 76 million per month globally. Hence, the demand for nanofibres in medical and healthcare applications are projected to fuel the growth of the global Nanofibres market over the forecast market.

Nanofibres Market Segment Analysis – By Geography

Asia-Pacific region held the largest share in the nanofibres market in 2020 up to 33%, owing to the accelerating growth of end use industries like the healthcare, pharmaceutical, aerospace and defense, energy, and automotive industries in the region.  The pharmaceutical market is the second largest in the world. This is attributed to several factors such as size of the population especially the geriatric population, GDP per capita, health expenditures, regulatory systems as well as disease incidence. The Indian pharmaceutical sector is the largest producer as well as supplier of generic drugs in the world. It supplies nearly 20% of the total demand of generic drugs in the world. India emerged globally as the second-largest PPE manufacturer in the world’s battle against COVID-19. A startup, Nanoclean Global based in New Delhi developed Nasomask, a N95/FFP2 grade face mask using nanofibres which is highly efficient against contagious viruses. The mask has high breathability and negligible breathing resistance.  Japan’s pharmaceutical market is one of the largest in the world. Nanofibres are widely used in sunscreen creams, anti-aging creams, hair products (such as colors, anti-graying, etc.), facial masks, makeup removers, bronzers etc. China, Japan, and South Korea are the leading cosmetic markets in the APAC region. According to a survey in South Korea, the 2020 sales of skin care products particularly face moisturizing products such as sheet face masks, essences, serums, and oils were 126% more than that of the same products in 2019.  Since nanotechnology allows the production of value-added products, cosmetics produced by nanotechnological methods have attracted attention from every area. Nanofibres are particularly used in sheet facial masks. A Czech-based material engineering company, Nanopharma developed a nanofibre based sheet mask offers beauty treatment, without the mess, as a dry sheet mask. Thus, with the flourishing pharmaceutical, cosmetic & other end use industries, there will be an upsurge in the demand for nanofibres, which is projected to drive the nanofibres market in the Asia-Pacific region.

Nanofibres Market Drivers

Filtration of Air and Water

Pollution is the major cause of global warming, greenhouse effect and high incidence of lung related illnesses. A major problem of pollution control is the mixture of pollutants that require expensive tailor-fitted treatment for different chemicals and compounds. Nanotechnology can develop better techniques for pollution control on a molecular level that can separate specific elements and molecules from a mixture of atoms and molecules. Membrane separation technology has become one of the most important technologies for water purification because it is highly efficient, low cost, and environmentally friendly. Polymeric nanofibre scaffolds are considered excellent membrane materials owing to their lightweight, high surface area, and interconnected porous structure for various environmental remediations. For example, they are used as adsorption and filtration membranes with enhanced performance for the removal of contaminants (e.g., particles, oily emulsion, dyes, metal ions) from wastewater.  The high surface-to-volume ratio, low resistance and enhanced filtration performance make nanofibres an attractive material for air filtration applications. It is particularly useful in the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOC), nanoparticles and airborne microbial contaminants in the air. Thus, increasing awareness about the environment and developing pollution control methods act as a driver for the nanofibres market during the forecast period. 

Flourishing Medical & Healthcare Industry

Growing incidence of diseases, the outbreaks of diseases and the greater demand for healthcare services is causing the healthcare and medical industry to grow leaps and bounds. According to Invest India, the healthcare industry in India is projected to reach $372 billion by 2022. Nanofibres made from polycaprolactone have been widely employed for various medical applications because of their biodegradability, biocompatibility and excellent mechanical properties. Polyurethane is the most widely used product for medical diagnosis. Polylactic acid used for drug delivery systems and controlled drug release, tissue-engineered scaffolds, dressings for wounds, biosensors, and medical implants. Nanofibres are used as scaffolds for musculoskeletal tissue engineering (including bone, cartilage, ligament, and skeletal muscle), skin tissue engineering, vascular tissue engineering, neural tissue engineering, and as carriers for the controlled delivery of drugs, proteins, and DNA. According to a report from IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science, Global spending on medicines excluding spending of COVID-19 vaccines, to reach a value of about $1.6 trillion by 2025. Thus, the growing medical and healthcare industry acts as a driver for the nanofibres market.

Nanofibres Market Challenges

Environmental Concerns

Nanofibres have toxic effects on aquatic animals due to nano pollution. Nano pollution refers to waste that can end up in landfills and contaminate air, water and soil. Nanoparticles in the environment can have harmful effects on the environment, human cells and DNA level. Nanofibres can cause nano pollution due to toxicity. With the growth of nanotechnology, there are certain negative impacts on the environment in many ways, such as increased toxicological pollution on the environment due to the shape, size, and chemical compositions of some of the nanotechnology products or nanomaterials. Due to the nano size it is extremely difficult to detect nanoparticles in air. Hence, this may hinder the market growth of nanofibres market. 

Nanofibres Market Landscape

Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Nanofibres market. Nanofibres market top companies are Toray Industries Inc., Hollingsworth and Vose, eSpin Technologies Inc., Elmarco, and Teijin Limited.

Acquisitions/Technology Launches

  • In January 2021, Nanosurf acquired Scuba Probe Technologies, a startup company that develops atomic force microscopy probes for electrical measurements in liquid. The acquisition of Scuba Probe Technologies will allow Nanosurf to offer complete solutions for electrochemical measurements in fast growing markets like battery research, fuel cells, renewable energies, corrosion, surface coating, catalysis and biological processes.

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1. Nanofibres Market- Market Overview
    1.1 Definitions and Scope
2. Nanofibres Market - Executive Summary
    2.1 Key Trends by Type
    2.2 Key Trends by Synthesis
    2.3 Key Trends by Application
    2.4 Key Trends by End Use Industry
    2.5 Key Trends by Geography
3. Nanofibres Market – Comparative analysis
    3.1 Market Share Analysis- Major Companies
    3.2 Product Benchmarking- Major Companies
    3.3 Top 5 Financials Analysis
    3.4 Patent Analysis- Major Companies
    3.5 Pricing Analysis (ASPs will be provided)
4. Nanofibres Market - Startup companies Scenario Premium     Premium
    4.1 Major startup company analysis 
        4.1.1 Investment
        4.1.2 Revenue
        4.1.3 Product portfolio
        4.1.4 Venture Capital and Funding Scenario
5. Nanofibres Market – Industry Market Entry Scenario Premium      Premium
    5.1 Regulatory Framework Overview
    5.2 New Business and Ease of Doing Business Index
    5.3 uccessful Venture Profiles
    5.4 Customer Analysis – Major companies
6. Nanofibres Market - Market Forces
    6.1 Market Drivers
    6.2 Market Constraints
    6.3 Porters Five Force Model
        6.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
        6.3.2 Bargaining Powers of Buyers
        6.3.3 Threat of New Entrants
        6.3.4 Competitive Rivalry
        6.3.5 Threat of Substitutes
7. Nanofibres Market – Strategic Analysis
    7.1 Value/Supply Chain Analysis
    7.2 Opportunity Analysis
    7.3 Product/Market Life Cycle
    7.4 Distributor Analysis – Major Companies
8. Nanofibres Market – By Type (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    8.1 Carbon Nanofibres
    8.2 Cellulose Nanofibres
    8.3 Polymeric Nanofibres
    8.4 Ceramic Nanofibres
    8.5 Composite Nanofibres
    8.6 Metallic Nanofibres
    8.7 Others
9. Nanofibres Market – By Synthesis (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    9.1 Electrospinning
    9.2 Thermal Induced Phase Separation
    9.3 Magneto Spinning
    9.4 Melt Spinning
    9.5 Self-Assembly
    9.6 Others
10. Nanofibres Market – By Application (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    10.1 Filtration
        10.1.1 Air Filtration
        10.1.2 Liquid Filtration
        10.1.3 Molecular Filtration
    10.2 Regenerative Medicine
    10.3 Apparel
    10.4 Drug Delivery
    10.5 Wipes
    10.6 Composites
    10.7 Others
11. NANOFIBRES MARKET – By End Use Industry (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    11.1 Aerospace and Aviation
        11.1.1 Passenger
        11.1.2 Cargo
        11.1.3 Others
    11.2 Automotive
        11.2.1 Passenger Vehicles
        11.2.2 Light Commercial Vehicles
        11.2.3 Heavy Commercial Vehicles
    11.3 Medical and Healthcare
        11.3.1 Wound Dressing
        11.3.2 Tissue Engineering
        11.3.3 Cancer Therapy
        11.3.4 Prosthetic Implants
        11.3.5 Blood Glucose Level Sensors
        11.3.6 Vascular Grafts
        11.3.7 Medical Clothing
        11.3.8 Surgical Masks
        11.3.9 Hygiene Products
        11.3.10 Others
    11.4 Cosmetics
        11.4.1 Skin Care
            11.4.1.1 Creams
            11.4.1.2 Lotions
            11.4.1.3 Bronzers
            11.4.1.4 Cleansers
            11.4.1.5 Sunscreens
            11.4.1.6 Others
        11.4.2 Hair Care
            11.4.2.1 Hair Colour
            11.4.2.2 Anti Greying Products
            11.4.2.3 Others
        11.4.3 Facial Masks
        11.4.4 Makeup Removers
        11.4.5 Others
    11.5 Textile
        11.5.1  Apparel
            11.5.1.1 Sportswear
            11.5.1.2 Raincoats
            11.5.1.3 Others
        11.5.2 Protective Clothing
            11.5.2.1 PPE kits
            11.5.2.2 Face Masks
            11.5.2.3 Firefighter Suits
            11.5.2.4 Others
        11.5.3 Upholstery
        11.5.4 Others
    11.6 Defense & Security
        11.6.1 Military Vehicles
        11.6.2 Military Clothing
        11.6.3 Others
    11.7 Pharmaceutical
        11.7.1 Drug Delivery
            11.7.1.1 Anti-Cancer
            11.7.1.2 Antibiotics
            11.7.1.3 Proteins
            11.7.1.4 Others
        11.7.2 Therapeutics
    11.8 Manufacturing
    11.9 Electrical and Electronics
        11.9.1 Cells and Batteries
        11.9.2 Optical Sensors
        11.9.3 Capacitors
        11.9.4 Transistors
        11.9.5 Others
    11.10 Energy & Power
        11.10.1 Wind Energy
        11.10.2 Solar Energy
        11.10.3 Others
    11.11 Chemical
    11.12 HVAC
    11.13 Oil & Gas
    11.14 Others
12. Nanofibres Market - By Geography (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    12.1 North America
        12.1.1 USA
        12.1.2 Canada
        12.1.3 Mexico
    12.2 Europe
        12.2.1 UK
        12.2.2 Germany
        12.2.3 France
        12.2.4 Italy
        12.2.5 Netherlands
        12.2.6 Spain
        12.2.7 Russia
        12.2.8 Belgium
        12.2.9 Rest of Europe
    12.3 Asia-Pacific
        12.3.1 China
        12.3.2 Japan
        12.3.3 India
        12.3.4 South Korea
        12.3.5 Australia and New Zeeland
        12.3.6 Indonesia
        12.3.7 Taiwan
        12.3.8 Malaysia
        12.3.9 Rest of APAC
    12.4 South America
        12.4.1 Brazil
        12.4.2 Argentina
        12.4.3 Colombia
        12.4.4 Chile
        12.4.5 Rest of South America
    12.5 Rest of the World
        12.5.1 Middle East
            12.5.1.1 Saudi Arabia
            12.5.1.2 UAE
            12.5.1.3 Israel
            12.5.1.4 Rest of the Middle East
        12.5.2 Africa
            12.5.2.1 South Africa
            12.5.2.2 Nigeria
            12.5.2.3 Rest of Africa
13. Nanofibres Market – Entropy
    13.1 New Product Launches
    13.2 M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships
14. Nanofibres Market – Industry/Segment Competition Landscape Premium
    14.1 Company Benchmarking Matrix – Major Companies
    14.2 Market Share at Global Level - Major companies
    14.3 Market Share by Key Region - Major companies
    14.4 Market Share by Key Country - Major companies
    14.5 Market Share by Key Application - Major companies
    14.6 Market Share by Key Product Type/Product category - Major companies
15. Nanofibres Market – Key Company List by Country Premium Premium
16. Nanofibres Market Company Analysis - Business Overview, Product Portfolio, Financials, and Developments
    16.1 Company 1
    16.2 Company 2
    16.3 Company 3
    16.4 Company 4
    16.5 Company 5
    16.6 Company 6
    16.7 Company 7
    16.8 Company 8
    16.9 Company 9
    16.10 Company 10 and more
    "*Financials would be provided on a best effort basis for private companies
List of Tables:

Table 1: Nanofibres Market Overview 2021-2026
Table 2: Nanofibres Market Leader Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 3: Nanofibres Market Product Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 4: Nanofibres Market End User Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 5: Nanofibres Market Patent Analysis 2013-2018* (US$)
Table 6: Nanofibres Market Financial Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 7: Nanofibres Market Driver Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 8: Nanofibres Market Challenges Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 9: Nanofibres Market Constraint Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 10: Nanofibres Market Supplier Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 11: Nanofibres Market Buyer Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 12: Nanofibres Market Threat of Substitutes Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 13: Nanofibres Market Threat of New Entrants Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 14: Nanofibres Market Degree of Competition Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 15: Nanofibres Market Value Chain Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 16: Nanofibres Market Pricing Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 17: Nanofibres Market Opportunities Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 18: Nanofibres Market Product Life Cycle Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 19: Nanofibres Market Supplier Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 20: Nanofibres Market Distributor Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 21: Nanofibres Market Trend Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 22: Nanofibres Market Size 2018 (US$)
Table 23: Nanofibres Market Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 24: Nanofibres Market Sales Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (Units)
Table 25: Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 26: Nanofibres Market By Product, Revenue & Volume, By Polymer, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 27: Nanofibres Market By Product, Revenue & Volume, By Carbon, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 28: Nanofibres Market By Product, Revenue & Volume, By Cellulose, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 29: Nanofibres Market By Product, Revenue & Volume, By Composite, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 30: Nanofibres Market By Product, Revenue & Volume, By Metallic, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 31: Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 32: Nanofibres Market By End Use, Revenue & Volume, By Electronics, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 33: Nanofibres Market By End Use, Revenue & Volume, By Mechanical, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 34: Nanofibres Market By End Use, Revenue & Volume, By Chemical & Environment (MCE), 2021-2026 ($)
Table 35: Nanofibres Market By End Use, Revenue & Volume, By Energy, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 36: Nanofibres Market By End Use, Revenue & Volume, By Medical, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 37: North America Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 38: North America Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 39: South america Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 40: South america Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 41: Europe Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 42: Europe Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 43: APAC Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 44: APAC Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 45: Middle East & Africa Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 46: Middle East & Africa Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 47: Russia Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 48: Russia Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 49: Israel Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By Product, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 50: Israel Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume, By End Use, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 51: Top Companies 2018 (US$) Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 52: Product Launch 2018-2019 Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 53: Mergers & Acquistions 2018-2019 Nanofibres Market, Revenue & Volume


List of Figures:

Figure 1: Overview of Nanofibres Market 2021-2026
Figure 2: Market Share Analysis for Nanofibres Market 2018 (US$)
Figure 3: Product Comparison in Nanofibres Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 4: End User Profile for Nanofibres Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 5: Patent Application and Grant in Nanofibres Market 2013-2018* (US$)
Figure 6: Top 5 Companies Financial Analysis in Nanofibres Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 7: Market Entry Strategy in Nanofibres Market 2018-2019
Figure 8: Ecosystem Analysis in Nanofibres Market 2018
Figure 9: Average Selling Price in Nanofibres Market 2021-2026
Figure 10: Top Opportunites in Nanofibres Market 2018-2019
Figure 11: Market Life Cycle Analysis in Nanofibres Market
Figure 12: GlobalBy Product Nanofibres Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 13: GlobalBy End Use Nanofibres Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 14: Global Nanofibres Market - By Geography
Figure 15: Global Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, By Geography, 2021-2026 ($) 
Figure 16: Global Nanofibres Market CAGR, By Geography, 2021-2026 (%)
Figure 17: North America Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 18: US Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 19: US GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 20: US GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 21: US Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 22: Canada Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 23: Canada GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 24: Canada GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 25: Canada Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 26: Mexico Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 27: Mexico GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 28: Mexico GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 29: Mexico Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 30: South America Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 31: Brazil Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 32: Brazil GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 33: Brazil GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 34: Brazil Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 35: Venezuela Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 36: Venezuela GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 37: Venezuela GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 38: Venezuela Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 39: Argentina Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 40: Argentina GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 41: Argentina GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 42: Argentina Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 43: Ecuador Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 44: Ecuador GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 45: Ecuador GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 46: Ecuador Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 47: Peru Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 48: Peru GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 49: Peru GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 50: Peru Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 51: Colombia Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 52: Colombia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 53: Colombia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 54: Colombia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 55: Costa Rica Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 56: Costa Rica GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 57: Costa Rica GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 58: Costa Rica Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 59: Europe Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 60: U.K Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 61: U.K GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 62: U.K GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 63: U.K Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 64: Germany Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 65: Germany GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 66: Germany GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 67: Germany Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 68: Italy Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 69: Italy GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 70: Italy GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 71: Italy Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 72: France Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 73: France GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 74: France GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 75: France Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 76: Netherlands Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 77: Netherlands GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 78: Netherlands GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 79: Netherlands Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 80: Belgium Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 81: Belgium GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 82: Belgium GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 83: Belgium Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 84: Spain Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 85: Spain GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 86: Spain GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 87: Spain Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 88: Denmark Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 89: Denmark GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 90: Denmark GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 91: Denmark Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 92: APAC Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 93: China Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026
Figure 94: China GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 95: China GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 96: China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($) Nanofibres Market China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 97: Australia Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 98: Australia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 99: Australia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 100: Australia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 101: South Korea Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 102: South Korea GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 103: South Korea GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 104: South Korea Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 105: India Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 106: India GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 107: India GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 108: India Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 109: Taiwan Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 110: Taiwan GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 111: Taiwan GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 112: Taiwan Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 113: Malaysia Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 114: Malaysia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 115: Malaysia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 116: Malaysia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 117: Hong Kong Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 118: Hong Kong GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 119: Hong Kong GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 120: Hong Kong Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 121: Middle East & Africa Nanofibres Market Middle East & Africa 3D Printing Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 122: Russia Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 123: Russia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 124: Russia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 125: Russia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 126: Israel Nanofibres Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 127: Israel GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 128: Israel GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 129: Israel Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 130: Entropy Share, By Strategies, 2018-2019* (%) Nanofibres Market
Figure 131: Developments, 2018-2019* Nanofibres Market
Figure 132: Company 1 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 133: Company 1 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 134: Company 1 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 135: Company 2 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 136: Company 2 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 137: Company 2 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 138: Company 3 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 139: Company 3 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 140: Company 3 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 141: Company 4 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 142: Company 4 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 143: Company 4 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 144: Company 5 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 145: Company 5 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 146: Company 5 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 147: Company 6 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 148: Company 6 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 149: Company 6 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 150: Company 7 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 151: Company 7 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 152: Company 7 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 153: Company 8 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 154: Company 8 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 155: Company 8 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 156: Company 9 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 157: Company 9 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 158: Company 9 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 159: Company 10 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 160: Company 10 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 161: Company 10 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 162: Company 11 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 163: Company 11 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 164: Company 11 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 165: Company 12 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 166: Company 12 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 167: Company 12 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 168: Company 13 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 169: Company 13 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 170: Company 13 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 171: Company 14 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 172: Company 14 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 173: Company 14 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 174: Company 15 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 175: Company 15 Nanofibres Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 176: Company 15 Nanofibres Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)