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Abaca Fiber Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 – 2024

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Transparency Market Research Reports incorporated a definite business overview and investigation inclines on “Abaca Fiber
Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024” This report likewise
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business sector industry structure.
Abaca, also called as manila hemp, is extracted from the leaf sheath around the trunk of Musa textilis, a type of banana plant
that is mostly found in the Philippines and humid tropics. Harvesting and cultivating abaca is a labor-intensive process as the
pulp is removed by cutting strips and scraping stalks. Fibers obtained from the process are then dried and removed. Abaca fiber
has high strength and is used in the paper industry for making mimeograph mats and teabags. It is also used to make handicraft
such as carpets, furniture, clothing, and bags. Abaca fiber is used in fishing nets, hawsers, and shipping lines due to beneficial
properties such as flexibility, durability, and saltwater resistance. It is classified as a hard fiber along with sisal, coir, and
henequin. In addition, abaca fiber is used in gifts, toys, and housewares. Furthermore, it is used as an alternative to glass fiber
reinforced plastics components. Various local textile manufacturers use 30% to 50% of abaca in the production of maong
(denim).

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