The market is dominated by domestic suppliers, as imports account for 47.8% of total market size in 2020. B2B drives market demand, with B2B spending representing 88.9% of total demand in 2020. Canada has the 12th largest market size for man-made fibres across the top 20 developed countries, with demand reaching USD854 million in 2020. Invista (Canada) Co is the largest company in Canada, generating 8.6% of the industry’s total production value in 2020. The industry is fragmented, with the top three companies generating 10.4% of total production value in 2020. The total number of companies decreases in 2020, to 30 units. The costs of the industry decrease by 6.8% in 2020, largely driven by declining B2B costs. The industry’s profitability increases and stands at 29.7% of production value in 2020, the highest across the top 20 developed countries. With production value of USD1.1 billion, Canada accounts for 15.5% of the North America total in 2020.
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