The global dye sublimation paper market is estimated to be valued at US$ 560.1 million in 2022, according to the Global Dye Sublimation Paper Market report, by type (Below 80 g/m2, 80-110 g/m2 and Above 110 g/m2), by product type (With Coating, Without Coating), by Application (Clothing & Textiles, Advertising and Others (Digital Transfer Printing, etc.)), and by Region (North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Middle East and Africa), published by Coherent Market Insights.
The global dye sublimation paper market is expected to surpass US$ 801.7Million by 2030 and exhibit a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period (2022-2030). Dye Sublimation Paper has several applications in printing technology. They are enables making of various customized color prints to various specialty coated objects including textiles, wood, plastic, films and ceramics, etc. In this process, solid printing dye is sublimated into high gas temperature and is then exposed on targeted surface to print.
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Global Dye Sublimation Paper Market - Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on global garment supply chains. Global brands and retailers are cancelling orders from their supplier factories and many governments are imposing restrictions on travel and gatherings. As a result, many garment factories are suspending production and either firing or temporarily suspending their workers. Current data suggests that over a million workers have already been fired or temporarily suspended from work and the numbers will continue to increase.
For instance, according to the data published by Statista on Sept 2022, the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) was felt hard across textile, apparel, and fashion industries. In the textile sector in Europe, compared to the same period in 2019, production fell by 26.9 percent in the period between April-June 2020, when global coronavirus cases reached a peak. In contrast, Extra EU-27 imports of textile products saw a dramatic increase, with 154.2 percent on the same period of the previous. This was likely due to the import of personal protective equipment (PPE) that were needed during the peak of the coronavirus crisis in Europe.