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Outlook on the Tissue Paper Global Market to 2025 – Bathroom Tissue to Occupy the Maximum Growth Demand – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “Tissue Paper Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2020-2025)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

With the global average consumption per person per year reaching to 55kg, the global tissue paper market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.45% during 2020-2025.

According to RISI, Tissue production globally should exceed 44 million tonnes in 2021, an increase of more than 14 million tonnes over 2010. Advancements in tissue manufacturing technology and the efficient use of raw materials will lead to improving both the design of tissue products and the way they are dispensed.

Companies Mentioned

  • Clearwater Paper Corporation
  • Kruger Products
  • Sofidel Group
  • Wausau Paper Corp.
  • Cascades Tissue Group Inc.
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Asia Pulp and Paper (APP)
  • SCA (Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget)
  • Georgia Pacific LLC
  • Kimberly-Clark Corporation
  • Essity

Key Market Trends

Bathroom Tissue to Occupy the Maximum Growth Demand

  • Among all the tissue paper products, bathroom tissue remains the key tissue category, driving the tissue market forward through a combination of necessity and the general westernization of toilet culture. Increased development of organic tissue papers, rising disposable incomes, and government policies to promote public health are also some of the major factors driving the growth of the market.
  • There is a sudden spike in the demand for tissue papers due to the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The manufacturers of these tissues are producing 20% more than the normal levels which might strain the supply chain.
  • On the other hand, increasing raw material prices are a significant factor that is negatively impacting the growth of the market for bathroom tissue all over the world. Moreover, the new innovative products, such as electronic dryers, are impacting the growth of the market.
  • In the long run, high-tech toilets based on water and air jetting with several additional functions, including
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UK Home Improvement Market Report 2020: Analysis of the Impact of Covid-19 and Future Implications – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “UK Home Improvement 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Spending on DIY, Gardening, and Home Improvement has been severely impacted by the Coronavirus crisis in the UK. Utilising a mixture of consumer and company data, this report looks at the performance of the major retailers, at how consumer behaviour and key categories have changed in 2020 (compared to 2019 and prior) and at how this will shape the rest of this year and beyond.

After Brexit, political uncertainty, poor weather, and a slow housing market weighed down on sales in 2019, 2020 briefly got off to a better start until, from March onwards, the Covid pandemic and sweeping restrictions on shops and people had a dramatic impact on spending.

Consumers were encouraged to stay home and many stores were shut (including B&Q, Wickes, and Homebase which, despite being deemed essential retailers’, completely closed their stores for anything but online collection for between one and two months). This took place against a backdrop of fears for jobs and the economy, a housing market that came to a standstill, and tradespeople being unable to enter people’s homes for anything but essential’ tasks. Big-ticket items, such as flooring and kitchens, were particularly adversely affected by the turmoil and have consequently seen double-digit declines.

DIY & Gardening has proved more robust, as consumers use their time at home (which has alternated between extremely wet and extremely sunny periods) to work on their homes and gardens. Towards the end of Q1 there was even an upsurge in spending in certain stores, as consumers stocked up on tools and materials ahead of lockdown projects; but, as stores closed and introduced restrictions on footfall and range availability, sales were inevitably lost, particularly as the consumer desire to instead buy online frequently exceeded available capacity

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