Emerging Fibre Sources for Tissue Paper to 2024

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 31 Oct 2014
Product format: Digital Copy, Hard Copy
Number of pages: 120
Number of tables: 40
Number of figures: 27
Forecast range: 2014-2019

Tissue manufacturers face a once in a generation challenge to find the right fibre source. Emerging Fibre Sources for TissuePaper: technology forecasts to 2024 anticipates the challenges and adaptations to global tissue-making fibre supplies to 2024, driven by changes in fibre availability, tissue market and product development and the development of new technologies.

Description

METHODOLOGY

The information in this report is based on an extensive cycle of primary and secondary research. This included interviews and surveys with experts in the field to identify issues, trends and to rank technologies. The web, social media and technical forums were consulted to find the current subject-related topics that were generating discussion. An extensive survey and summary of the literature was developed using publications and proceedings from TAPPI and other organisations. This information was assembled into five major trends and 25 top technologies or supply strategies considered to have the greatest disruption potential. These 25 technologies/strategies were then ranked upon individual expert input and literature results.

FIND OUT ABOUT

  • What are the top 25 disruptive technologies that could impact the tissue paper industry over the next 10 years?
  • What are the current issues and challenges affecting the tissue fibre supply chain?
  • What are the emerging fibre sources and technologies and how can your business take advantage?

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU?

  • Identify and understand the effects of the major disruptive technologies on the tissue paper industry
  • Get the latest market data and analysis based on primary research to help you plan your business strategy
  • Understand the global trends affecting fibre sources and the tissue paper supply chain

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Papermakers and tissue converters
  • Pulp suppliers
  • Chemical suppliers
  • Paper machinery and equipment suppliers
  • Industry consultants and analysts

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

  • An electronic version of the report in PDF format. You may add a hardcopy version (mailed to you) see the order form for details
  • Ten-year market forecasts
  • Analyses of key trends, top 25 disruptive technologies, strategic forecasts and extensive tables and figures

Table of Contents

Executive summary

Introduction and methodology

  • Introduction
  • Scope
  • Methodology
  • Definitions
  • Assumptions

Tissue Paper Industry

  • Overview
  • Introduction
  • Tissue product formats and applications
  • Tissue producers and capacities
  • Tissue product replacements/substitutions
  • Tissue making technology
  • Tissue performance properties

Fibre sources and technologies

  • Pulp fibre overview 
  • Chemical pulps
  • Global pulp production
  • Tissue applications

Tissue fibre supply issues

  • Introduction
  • Recycled fibre: reduced availability and quality
  • Tissue demand increase
  • Disposable tissue products: stewardship/sustainability
  • Regional dislocations: fibre supply
  • Softwood fibre shortages

Emerging fibre sources and technology

  • Southern softwood source development
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Siberian softwood development
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Agricultural waste fibre
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Bamboo plantations
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Reduced North American recycled content
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Biorefinery fibre
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Tree-free tissue
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Structured tissue
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • NA softwood export to Asia
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Multi fibre capability
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Enzymatic fibre upgrade
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Mini pulp mills
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Softwood in a can
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • BCTMP fibre
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Cultivated fibre crops
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Softwood replacements
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Northern pulp mills
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Organic tissue
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Foam forming
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Mechanical fibre
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • GMO trees
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Tropical plantations
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Synthetic fibres
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024
  • Sustainable pulping
    • Technical overview
    • Market drivers and trends
    • Forecasts to 2024

Regional summary

  • North America
  • South America
  • Western Europe
  • Central and eastern Europe
  • Russia
  • Middle East
  • China
  • India
  • Rest of Asia
  • Rest of world

Tables and Figures

  • Greenpeace USA buying guide fortissue paper
  • Finished 2-ply towel role
  • Macro structure pattern
  • 2-plies glued together
  • The automatic bidet toilet
  • The Swash model comparison
  • The Dreumeux hand drier
  • Softness versus strength
  • Bulk versus strength
  • Absorbency versus strength
  • Absorbency versus basis weight
  • Global pulp production, 2013
  • Global pulp capacity by category,2013
  • Ontario Aspen pulp
  • Ontario softwood blend
  • Eucalyptus from central Brazil
  • Mississippi pine blend
  • Selected tissue pulp fibre properties
  • AFPA US recovery rate
  • European paper recycling,1991–2012
  • Recycled fibres (microphotograph)
  • Virgin chemical pulp(microphotograph)
  • Surface of handsheet
  • Agricultural waste fibre
  • BCTMP fibre
  • Assumptions underpinning the report
  • Global tissue production, 2013
  • Global tissue production, 2013 (heat map)
  • Fibre source subcategories: straw pulp, bagasse, pulp, bamboo pulp
  • Summary of forces disrupting tissue fibre chain
  • Disruptive force: recycled fibre, reduced availability and quality
  • US corrugated production, 1990–2014
  • US newsprint production, 1990–2014
  • US freesheet supply, 1990–2014
  • Disruptive force: disposable tissue products: stewardship/ sustainability and scrutiny
  • Key sustainability issues: tissue fibre supply
  • Overview of disruptive tissue fibre technologies and sources to 2024
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: southern softwood source development
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: Siberian softwood development
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: agricultural waste fibre
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: bamboo plantations
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: reduced
  • North American recycled content
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: biorefinery fibre
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: tree-free tissue
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: structured tissue
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: NA softwood export to Asia
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: multi fibre capability
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: enzymatic fibre upgrade
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: mini pulp mills
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: softwood in a can
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: BCTMP fibre
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: cultivated fibre crops
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: softwood replacements
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: northern pulp mills
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: organic tissue
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: foam forming
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: mechanical fibre
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: GMO trees
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: tropicalplantations
  • Technology and fibre sourcevtransition table to 2024: syntheticfibres
  • Technology and fibre source transition table to 2024: sustainable pulping
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: North America
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: South America
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: Western Europe
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: Central and eastern Europe
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: Russia
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: Middle East
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: China
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: India
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: Rest of Asia
  • Fibre source and technology forecast to 2024: Rest of world