The market is dominated by domestic suppliers, as imports account for 25.3% of total market size in 2021. B2B drives market demand, with B2B spending representing 53.1% of total demand in 2021. Australia has the 12th largest market size for cordage, rope, twine and netting across the top 20 developed countries, with demand reaching USD212 million in 2021. The total number of companies increases in 2021, to 72 units. The costs of the industry increase by 17.6% in 2021, largely driven by rising B2B costs. The industry’s profitability increases and stands at 6.9% of production value in 2021, the 16th highest across the top 20 developed countries. With production value of USD127 million, Australia accounts for 79.2% of the Australasia total in 2021.
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This Euromonitor industrial report provides unique information on Cordage, Rope, Twine and Netting in Australia: ISIC 1723. With this industrial report, you’ll be able to explore the industry from its sources of supply to its buyers. The Cordage, Rope, Twine and Netting in Australia: ISIC 1723 report includes: Industry datagraphics including production data, exports, imports, cost structure, and profitability
This is the aggregation of cordage, rope, twine and netting, finishing of textiles, made-up textile articles, spinning of textile fibers; weaving of textiles, tanning and dressing of leather, and technical textiles, labels, badges and other textile products.See All of Our Definitions
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