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Zippers

Zipper is a commonly used device for binding the edges of an opening of fabric or other flexible material, such as on a garment or a bag.

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The average annual savings achieved in Zippers category is 6.60%

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The industry average payment terms in Zippers category for the current quarter is 71.6 days

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    Zippers Suppliers


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    Diverse Suppliers
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    Zippers Supplier

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    WW Grainger
    Location
    Jackson, Mississipi
    Duns number
    3862211

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    Zippers market report transcript


    Global Zipper Market Outlook

    • The global zipper market was valued at $ 13.7 billion in 2019
    • The market is forecast to grow at the CAGR of 7-8 percent to reach $21 billion by 2025
    • Asia Pacific is the largest Zipper manufacturing geography followed by North America and Europe
    • The apparel industry is the key driver of zipper demand (40 percent). The end-users are becoming brand-conscious and fashion-oriented. Hence, there has been an increased demand for high-quality branded zippers and exposed zippers
    • Demand from the automobile sector demand (13 percent) is increasing, especially the flame retardant types that are used in seat covers and other upholstery parts
    • The other major demand applications are from the luggage sector (10 percent), which includes handbags, laptop backpacks, school bags, purses, followed by the upholstery sector (10 percent)
    • Army, marine, PPE, sportswear, and footwear (27 percent) contribute to the rest of the demand

    Major Importers for Zippers: Global

    • Vietnam has been the largest importer of zippers for the last two years
    • The top 10 importing countries account for approximately 56 percent of the international trade for zippers
    • Asia-Pacific contributes about 58 percent of the total import for zippers
    • The imported value of zippers has reduced by 8.8 percent in 2015 from 2014

    Major Exporters for Zippers: Global

    • China has been the largest exporter of zippers for the last five years
    • The top 10 exporting countries contribute about 86 percent of the international trade for zippers
    • Asia-Pacific contributes about 75 percent of the total export for zippers
    • The exported value of zippers has reduced by 6.34 percent in 2015 when compared to 2014
    • Growth has been slow in global trade as crude oil prices have dropped