Growth of Dye Sub­li­ma­tion Mar­ket Glob­ally:

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Dye sub­li­ma­tion print­ing on the other hand has be­come the talk of the busi­ness town. The in­crease in dye sub­li­ma­tion print­ing is part of the broader rise of dig­i­tal inkjet sys­tems in the tex­tile trade. In a re­cent study ‘The Fu­ture of Dye-sub­li­ma­tion Print­ing to 2021’, it was re­vealed that an es­ti­mated 384 mil­lion sq m of fab­ric were printed dig­i­tally us­ing dye sub­li­ma­tion in the first quar­ter of 2016. This is set to rise to 892 mil­lion sq m in 2021.

The gar­ment seg­ment is the largest end user sec­tor, con­tribut­ing 75% of the mar­ket share by value in 2016. The other seg­ments each take 5 to 10% of the mar­ket. Glob­ally, dig­i­tal tex­tile print­ing out­put grew at more than 45% an­nu­ally be­tween 2004 and 2009. From 2009 growth slowed some­what, in keep­ing with the global eco­nomic slow­down. But the slow­down def­i­nitely can’t dampen the hope­ful fu­ture fig­ures.

One of the pi­o­neers in the mar­ket sur­vey busi­ness, Smithers Pira fore­casts that in 2021, nearly 900,000 sq m of tex­tiles will be printed with the process, cre­at­ing a global mar­ket worth nearly €3 bil­lion ($3.57 bil­lion). As the dye sub­li­ma­tion mar­ket booms, it will cre­ate nu­mer­ous op­por­tu­ni­ties for ink and tex­tile sup­pli­ers, press builders, and part­ners across the value chain.

“Dye sub­li­ma­tion has a bet­ter and big­ger mar­ket right now but dig­i­tal print is a bet­ter op­tion for re­tail­ers, whole­salers as they won’t see much profit if they go for dig­i­tal print­ing be­cause for bulk print­ing Dye Sub­li­ma­tion is the best op­tion avail­able” parth, Shine graph­ics, gu­jrat

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