Textile Dyes Market
Textile Dyes Market By Dye Type (Disperse, Reactive, Direct, Acid, Vat), By Fiber (Cotton, Viscose, Wool, Nylon) & By Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia) - Global Market Insights 2023-2033
Analysis of Textile Dyes Market Covering 30+ Countries Including Analysis of US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Nordics, GCC countries, Japan, Korea and many more
Textile Dyes Market Growth Outlook (2023 to 2033)
The global textiles dyes market was valued at US$ 6.7 billion in 2022 and would expand to reach US$ 8.9 billion by 2033, growing at a CAGR of 6.0% during 2023-2033.
Dyes are colorants containing a compound called chromophore which is mixed with other additives to impart color to the fabric. These colors can be derived from sources such as plants, animals, and many man-made synthetic sources. The ever-expanding fashion industry is accelerating the demand for textile dyes.
Textile Dyes Market Size (2022A)
US$ 6.7 Billion
Estimated Market Value (2023E)
US$ 7.1 Billion
Forecasted Market Value (2033F)
US$ 8.9 Billion
Global Market Growth Rate (2023-2033)
North America Market Share (2022)
Key Companies Profiled
Market Growth Prospect of Textile Dyes Market in Historical Time Vs Forecast Period
By 2024, it is anticipated that the textile market, which is currently in a growth phase, will reach US$ 1.2 trillion. As the fashion industry flourishes, the direct demand for trendy and in-vogue fashion apparel also increases, putting immense pressure on the dye manufacturers to increase production. Also, the fast-changing fashion trends, demand innovative color combinations to apply to various newly developed fabrics.
- Growth Factors for Short Term (2023-2026): The use of colorants in a variety of applications, including uniforms, apparel, upholstery, sheets, and carpets, is primarily responsible for the substantial demand for dyes and pigments in the textile industry. According to forecasts, the demand for textiles will serve as a major growth driver for the consumption of dyes.
- Factors for Medium-Term Growth (2026-2029): Advancements in the technologies that allow the minimal usage of water for the dyeing of fabric and the adoption of digital printing technology to drive the textile dyes market growth in the medium term.
- Long-Term Growth Opportunities (2029-2033): Some manufacturers of textile dyes have initiated to emphasize their brand's image as a steward of natural resources in the production of dyes to maintain a sustainable business model. Sustainability is one of the prime factors driving the growth of industries in a long run.
According to Fact.MR, the market for textile dyes is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 6.0% between 2023 and 2033 owing to increased demand from the fashion industry as well as apparel manufacturers.
Market Dynamics Outlook
“Direct and Organic Dyes: Revolution to Reduce Stress on the Environment”
Since the textile industry is growing, it has been observed that the amount of chemical waste, such as dyes, produced during the production process, has increased water pollution levels. It is reported that approx. 200L of water is used to produce 1kg of fabric. The water used to dye the fabric contains a lot of chemicals such as chromium, arsenic, copper, and zinc when released in the water stream post-dyeing, pollute the water stream.
Thus, the development of organic dyes that are biodegradable and non-hazardous has been paved over as a result of the worldwide awareness of the need to control pollution. Additionally, the direct dye that can be directly applied to the fabric reduced the consumption of the water required in the conventional dyeing process as they do not require any mordant or fixative in the process.
To create dyes made from natural sources that are biodegradable and suitable for single use, governments all over the world have invested a significant amount of money. Also, government regulation promotes dyeing manufacturers to reuse 90% of their water reducing the level of pollutants in water bodies
“Multiple Product Launches by Vital Players Continue to Stimulate Market Growth”
As in the present scenario, extensive usage of synthetic dyes started polluting the environment, which initiates a requirement for eco-friendly natural or bio-based dyes.
To address the concern, ARCHROMA, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and providers of textile dyes came up with a bio-based pigment named EarthColors. The patented technology is used to create natural warm shades synthesized from non-agricultural or herbal waste such as leaves or nutshells.
They built this organic pigment intending to minimize the use of environmentally unfriendly synthetic dyes used in the textile industry. Additionally, fashion giant Ralph Lauren collaborated with Dow Chemical in 0ctober 2021, to showcase the printing of cotton fabric in a more sustainable way.
“Lump-Sum Investment is required to Shift Business Model from Carbon-Based to Sustainable”
Carbon emissions are one of the prima facie concerns for textile dye manufacturers as well as end-users in the market. To control their carbon footprint, companies need to shift or change their business model to a sustainable energy-driven business where the environment is less impacted by harmful chemicals released while producing a textile dye, but this requires an upfront, lump-sum investment.
Although companies are shifting to sustainable sources, the majority of them are MSMEs and they are not able to generate the kind of investment required to shift the business model. Along with this business model, companies need to adopt new technologies which leave less waste material behind to increase the efficiency of the process.
Country-wise Insights for Textile Dyes Market
Why is Textile Dye Demand Anticipated to Rise in the United States?
In 2021, the output of the U.S. textile industry summed up to US$ 16.6 billion. The county’s textile manufacturing is bouncing back. The growing demand for apparel from the domestic textile industry is backing up the textile dye market in the country.
According to NCTO (National Council of Textile Organization), the U.S. textile industry is the second largest exporter of textile-related products in the world with combined sales of over US$ 28.4 billion in 2021. Additionally, the U.S. is the world leader in textile research & development. The textile dyes market in the U.S. is anticipated to reach around US$ 760.0 million by 2023.
Why are Textile Dye Producers Concentrating on the Indian Market?
Indian market is emerging as one of the prominent markets for manufacturers across the globe owing to the easy availability of resources and poring of heavy investment from foreign nations. Also, globalization has paved the road for Indian manufacturers to meet the requirement of the global landscape.
Additionally, extensive research in textile dye formulations has gained traction from leading fashion brands for in-house apparel production benefitting Indian textile dye manufacturers.
Fact.MR estimates that India generates about 30% of the total revenue of the Asian region.
Why Direct Textile Dye is Gaining Traction in the Global Market?
Direct textile dye is applied on the fabric without the use of a mordant or fixative. The process of application of direct dye uses less water as compared to the conventional dyeing process.
Direct dyes are generally soluble salts of complex sulfonic acids that use hydrogen bonds for fastness. Direct dye has an extensive application on a variety of fabrics such as linen, rayon, silk, wool, and most importantly cotton.
Direct dye application is expected to create a valuation of US$ 2.5 billion by 2033.
Why Viscose Fiber-Based Textiles Are Dyes Gaining Popularity?
Viscose fibers also known as rayon are derived from softwood cellulose. They are soft and lightweight in texture and are being increasingly used in textile manufacturing.
Owing to the origin of fiber and concerns over sustainability, the use of textile dyes in viscose fiber is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.0% during the timeframe 2023-2033.
Key Strategies Followed by Key Manufacturers
Leading textile dyes manufacturers are Anand International, Archroma, Atul Ltd., Big Sunshine International Co.Ltd., Dystar Singapore Pte. Ltd., LANXESS AG, and Organic Dyes and Pigments LLC.
For a wide range of end users, the world's leading producers of textile dyes are utilizing sustainable technologies. Major manufacturers are working on extracting colors from natural waste material to limit carbon emissions. In addition, fashion giants & chemical companies are choosing campaign platforms to adopt sustainable dyeing methodologies.
For instance, Ralph Lauren & Dow chemical have launched an open-source manual to improve the dyeing process and adoption of standardized efficient sustainable methods in the textile industry.
Fact.MR has provided detailed information about the price points of key manufacturers of textile dyes positioned across regions, sales growth, production capacity, and speculative technological expansion, in the recently published report.
Segmentation of Textile Dyes Industry Research
By Dye Type:
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia & Oceania
- FAQs -
In 2022, the global market for textile dyes was worth US$ 6.7 billion.
The market is estimated to be valued at US$ 7.1 billion in 2023.
By the end of the forecast period, it is anticipated that the market will grow at a CAGR of 6.0%.
Direct dye type is most likely to account for US$ 2.5 billion in revenue by 2033.
Owing to the natural origin of viscose fiber, the market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 6.0% by the end of the forecast period.