Top Players in the Global Geosynthetics Market

Top Players in the Global Geosynthetics Market

The global geosynthetics market size reached US$ 12.1 Billion in 2022. Geosynthetics refer to a set of planar products that are made from polymeric materials combined with geo-technical products, such as soil and rock. The synthetic polymers used in the manufacturing of geosynthetics include polyester, polyamide, polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). They offer excellent resistance to chemical and biological degradation. Geosynthetic products have been used in environmental and geotechnical projects wherein they help contractors and designers to solve different problems, such as to prevent the restrictions and high costs of conventional construction materials. Geosynthetics mainly perform six functions, which include separation, filtration, drainage, protection, reinforcement, and containment or barrier. Over the years, manufacturers have been investing in research and development (R&D) activities to improve the productivity of geosynthetic materials. For instance, in 2021, the Germany-based geosynthetics producer, Huesker, partnered with the Switzerland-based technology pioneer, ABB, for automating its geotextile production process through the implementation of robots to particularly aid in the handling and palletizing of heavy yarn reels. On account of these innovations and advancements, the global geosynthetics market has been experiencing a rapid growth. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to reach US$ 17.0 Billion by 2028, exhibiting a growth rate (CAGR) of 5.85% during 2023-2028.

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List of Top Geosynthetics Companies in the World:

Fiberweb (India) Limited

Established: 1985
Headquarter: India

Fiberweb is one of the largest players in the industry. It produces high-quality, innovative spun-bond PP nonwoven roll goods. The company also manufactures products that are widely used in the agriculture crop cover, hygiene, and industrial and medical clothing. Its products are also utilized across the industrial, automotive, and agricultural applications. Other than this, Fiberweb operates in structural and geotextile engineering, and luggage, garments, and bedsheet pillow covers.

GEO Synthetics LLC

Established: 1971
Headquarter: United States

GEO Synthetics is a leading fabricator, installer, and distributor of geosynthetic materials for various containment and erosion control applications for construction sites, contaminated waterways, landfill sites, and road construction projects. In construction products segment, the company offers drainage geo-composites, PP geomembranes, geocomposite soil strip drains, soil reinforcement geogrids, woven geotextiles, non-woven geotextiles, MPDE/LLDPE geomembranes and soil stabilization geogrids. It also offers a wide range of geotextile tubes for coastal and wetland structures, and dewatering applications.

Agru America Inc.

Established: 1988
Headquarter: United States

Agru America is mainly engaged in the production and marketing of premium-grade geomembrane liners, geotextiles, geocomposites, and geonets across the globe. These products are mainly supplied for coal combustion residuals (CCR), civil, closure, energy, oil and gas, environmental, industrial, mining, tunnel, and water and wastewater applications.

In 2020, Agru America launched the CleanSeam Protection Technology for AGRU geomembrane liner, which instills a protective release film on the weld edges of the geomembrane. This technology helps to significantly reduce or eliminate the risk for waste materials, fine soils and stockpile dust that can come into contact with the seaming areas prior to or during geosynthetic installation.

Asahi Kasei Advance Corporation

Established: 2015
Headquarter: Japan

Asahi Kasei Advance produces and distributes a wide range of industrial chemical materials and synthetic fibers across the globe. It deals in the manufacturing of polyurethane fiber, acrylonitrile, synthetic rubber, cupra fiber, styrene monomer, polyethylene, and engineering resin. The company’s products have been gaining approval from authoritative bodies from around the world. In 2021, Asahi Kasei’s Bemliese gained the certification as ‘“OK biodegradable MARINE’ by Tüv Austria Belgium. It is a sustainable nonwoven fabric that is made from cotton linter and can be used for different disposable goods and applications ranging from medical sterilization, and cleaning equipment to cosmetic facial masks.

Belton Industries

Established: 1916
Headquarter: United states

Belton is primarily engaged in the production of PP and PE woven fabrics and yarns. It uses state-of-the-art equipment for extruding PP and PE resins into yarns with different performance attributes and colors. The company functions through a 200,000 square foot facility that is based in South Carolina, US. Belton offers products for the agriculture, horticulture, environmental, geotextile, home, industrial, military, specialty solution, and yarns and narrow fabric applications. In the geotextile industry, the company’s product range includes Beltech silt fence floating covers, Beltech safety silt fence wind break fabrics, Beltech geotextiles warning fence, udder guard frost/winterization fabrics, and corral carpet de-watering tubes. other than this, it offers erosion control fabrics, geocoir/dekowe, anti-wash/geojute, geojute plus, eco-jute, and geojute stabilizer.

Polymer Group Inc

Established: 1994
Headquarter: United States

Polymer Group is one of the leading manufacturers of high-performance engineered materials. These materials are used for the production of nonwovens for the healthcare, technical specialties, geosynthetics, hygiene, wipes, and building markets.


Established: 1861
Headquarter: Germany

Huesker is a geosynthetics manufacturing and geotechnical designing company that offers enhanced durability system solutions, and long-term design strength. It specializes in the supply of cost-effective geotechnical engineering solutions. The company also operates business units in the roads and pavements, hydraulic engineering, earthworks and foundations, environmental engineering, and industry & agriculture and mining sectors. In geosynthetics, Husker manufactures and markets a wide range of grids, wovens, clay liners, containers and tubes, composites, non-wovens, systems, and ecoLines.

Carthage Mills Inc.

Established: 1958
Headquarter: United States

Carthage Mills is a leading provider of soil improvement solutions and geogrids, geotextiles, and erosion control products. It also offers turf reinforcement mats, dewatering bags, silt fences, and other products. The company supplies these products in the civil engineering, environmental, and construction industries.

Thrace Group

Established: 1977
Headquarter: Greece

Thrace Group is mainly engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of PP products. It offers technical fabrics, including geogrids, geosynthetic clay liners, geobags, erosion corrosion mats, woven and non-woven geotextiles, geocomposites, drainage geonets, silt fences, and mini rolls. The company also offers fabrics for automotive seating and flooring, packaging fabrics, floor coverings, advanced fabrics and composites, and car covers. Other than this, Thrace Group provides industrial yarns and fibers, pallet coverings, ARNO webbings, straps and ropes, and packaging films.

Hanes Geo Components

Established: 1920
Headquarter: United States

Hanes Geo Components is one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of stormwater products, sediment and erosion control materials, geosynthetics, and other jobsite or landscape supplies. It operates nearly 30 stocking location in Canada, and the US. In geosynthetics, the company offers a wide category of geotextiles, geogrids, geocells, geocomposites, and geomembranes. Hanes has been making several efforts to maintain its position in the market. In 2017, the company acquired the Canada-based conglomerate, Terrafic Geosynthetics. Through this acquisition, Hanes accounted for one of the largest distribution networks in the North American region.

Tenax Group

Established: 1960
Headquarter: Italy

Tenax is engaged in various high-end services and plastics for optimum customer and corporate values. It offers expertise in five industries, which include the construction, geosynthetics, garden and do-it-yourself (DIY), agriculture, and industry sectors. The geosynthetics provided by the comoany are fitted in slopes and embankments, lanfills and contaminated sites, roads and railways, large areas and parking areas, landscaping, rockfall and noise barriers, reservoirs and canals, and tunnels and mines. In 2019, Tenax installed its Rivel System, which is a reinforced soil system in Qatar, which is an effective solution for road embankments. The construction was a part of infrastructural upgradation for the Football World Cup in 2022, which will be hosted in Doha.

GSE Environmental

Established: 1972
Headquarter: United States

GSE Environmental manufactures and markets a wide range of high-quality geosynthetic products. Its product portfolio includes geomembranes, geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs), geonets and geocomposites, geogrids, geotextiles, LiteEarthTM capping system, and other specialty products. Through this range, the company mainly serves the waste management, water management, mining, coal ash, oil and gas, infrastructure, coal seam gas, agriculture, and aquaculture industries.

Swicofil AG

Established: 1995
Headquarter: Switzerland

Swicofil is one of the leading producers of yarns and fibers. It supplies a wide range of geotextiles across the globe, which include geogrids, geonets, geopipes, geosynthetic clay liners, geomembranes, and geocomposites.

Owens Corning

Established: 1938
Headquarter: United States

Owens Corning is a leading provider of industrial and building materials. It delivers a wide selection of roofing, residential insulation, composites, industrial and mechanical insulation, and commercial and institutional insulation. In the geosynthetics market, the company offers a range of geomembrane liners and covers for water retention, landfill, agricultural, industrial, and water containment applications.

Low & Bonar Group

Established: 1903
Headquarter: Scotland

Low & Bonar primarily markets performance materials in over 60 countries through state-of-the-art facilities. Its products are fabricated from polymer-based yarns and fibers. It serves various industries, which include the automotive, building, civil engineering, composites, filtration, industrial, print, sports and recreation, and tensile architecture industries.


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