USD 27.6 Billion Growth in Diaper Market | Rapid Adoption of Baby Diapers in Developing Regions to Boost Market Growth | 17,000+ Technavio Research Reports

2022-06-18 17:12:20 By : Ms. Laurel Zhang

NEW YORK , June 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Diaper Market by Type and Geography - Forecast and Analysis 2020-2024" report has been added to Technavio's offering. With ISO 9001:2015 certification, Technavio is proudly partnering with more than 100 Fortune 500 companies for over 16 years.

The potential growth difference for the diaper market between 2019 and 2024 is USD 27.6 billion , as per the latest market analysis report by Technavio. The report identifies the market to witness an accelerating growth momentum at a CAGR of 6.74% during the forecast period.

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Market Driver: The rapid adoption of baby diapers in developing regions is one of the key factors driving the growth of the global diaper market. Technological advances and innovations in the material and design of diapers have resulted in the introduction of several novel products with superior properties. The rise in awareness regarding baby health and hygiene and the increase in disposable income are the key aspects contributing to the growth of the market.

Market Challenge: Environmental pollution is a major challenge for the global diaper market growth. Diapers are posing a major threat to the environment due to the non-biodegradable materials used in their manufacture. Diapers are made up of materials such as plastic, elastics, and superabsorbent polymers, which require a long time to degrade. Disposable diapers make up more than 40% of the non-biodegradable waste in the US. As a result, several consumers are shifting to eco-friendly diapers, which will cause a slight disturbance to the overall market.

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The diaper market report is segmented by Type (baby diapers and adult diapers) and Geography (APAC, North America , Europe , and South America ).

The baby diaper type segment held the largest diaper market share in 2019. The segment will continue to account for the highest share throughout the forecast period. The demand for eco-friendly and high-absorbent diapers is on the rise because a growing number of consumers are looking for diapers that help keep their babies dry and free from rashes. Such factors will increase the market demand during the forecast period.

APAC will be the leading region with 36% of the market's growth during the forecast period. China , India , and Japan are the key markets for global diaper market in APAC. Market growth in this region will be faster than the growth of the market in regions. The rapid adoption of baby diapers in developing regions will facilitate the global diaper market growth in APAC over the forecast period.

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Parent market analysis, Market growth inducers and obstacles, Fast-growing and slow-growing segment analysis, COVID 19 impact and future consumer dynamics, market condition analysis for forecast period.

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3.4 Market outlook: Forecast for 2020 - 2025

5.3 Baby diaper - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

5.4 Adult diaper - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

7.3 APAC - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

7.4 North America - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

7.5 Europe - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

7.6 South America - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

7.7 MEA - Market size and forecast 2020-2025

10.11 The Procter and Gamble Co.

11.2 Currency conversion rates for US$

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