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Fiber Drum Market Growth,, 5.8% CAGR, Statistics, Research Report and Industry Forecast By 2025 | Global Fiber Drum Market Information by Closure (Metal Closure, Plastic Closure and Fiber/Cardboard Closure), Capacity (Up to 25 Gallons, 26-50 Gallons, 51-75 Gallons and Above 75 Gallons), End-Use Industry (Chemical, Food & Beverage, Pharmaceuticals, Building and Construction and others) and Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa and South America) – Forecast till 2025

Fiber Drum Market Overview

The global market for fiber drum has been witnessing substantial growth in the past few years. The higher demand attributed to rising industrialization and urbanization. The booming retail sector has further fueled the market demand. The fiber drums are widely used for the storage and transportation of chemicals & fertilizers, food, agricultural products, plastics, and other products.

The Global Fiber Drum Market has been segmented based on closure type, capacity, end-use industry, and region. The global fiber drum market is segmented by closure type as metal closure, plastic closure, and fiber/cardboard closure. The metal closure segment held the largest market share of the global fiber drum market in 2018; it is expected to have the highest growth during the forecast period. The global fiber drum market is segmented by capacity as up to 25 gallons, 26-50 gallons, 51-75 gallons, and above 75 gallons. The 51-75 gallons segment held the largest market share of the global fiber drum market in 2018; it is expected to have the highest growth during the forecast period. By end-use industry, the global fiber drum market is segmented as chemical industry, food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, building and construction, and others.

The Global Fiber Drum Market size was valued at USD 800 Million in 2018, which is expected to witness 5.8% CAGR during the forecast period.

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Key Players

The Prominent Players operating in the Global Fiber Drum Industry include

Greif (US)

CL Smith (US)

Fibrestar Drums (UK)

Schutz Container Systems (US)

Mauser Group (US)

TPL Plastech (India)

Industrial Container Services (ICS) (Florida)

Three Rivers Packaging (US)

Sonoco Product (US)

Enviro-Pak (US)

Orlando Drum & Container (US)

Great Western Container (Canada).

Regional Analysis

Asia-Pacific is estimated to be the fastest-growing region in the fiber drum market during the forecast period: MRFR

By region, the global fiber drum market is segmented as North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, South America, and the Middle East & Africa. Asia-Pacific is likely to hold the largest market share and, in terms of value, is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the fiber drum market. This is due to the increasing number of fiber drum manufacturing units in countries such as China, India, Australia, and Indonesia in the region. Furthermore, these countries are some of the world’s largest exporters of packaging materials. Because of the low labor costs and the availability of domestic raw materials, manufacturers prefer to set up production units for the packaging industry in Asia-Pacific. 

North America is likely to hold the second-largest share of the fiber drum market, owing to the growing food & beverage industry in the region. The fiber drum also has applications in the food & beverage industry. The US is estimated to dominate the fiber drum market in the region, owing to the increasing demand for fiber drums in the food & beverage industry.

Due to the increasing use of fiber drums in the food & beverage and pharmaceutical industries, the fiber drum market in Europe is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. Italy and Germany collectively hold a significant share of the fiber drum market. South America and the Middle East & Africa are likely to grow with stagnant rate during the forecast period.

Scope of the Report

This study provides an overview of the global fiber drum market, tracking two market segments across five geographic regions. The report studies key players, providing a six-year annual trend analysis that highlights market size, volume, and share for North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and the Middle East & Africa. The report also provides a forecast, focusing on the market opportunities for the next five years for each region. The scope of the study segments the global fiber drum market by type, end-use industry, and region.

By Type

Metal Closure

Plastic Closure

Fiber/Cardboard Closure

By Capacity

Up to 25 Gallons

26-50 Gallons

51-75 Gallons

Above 75 Gallons

By End-Use Industry


Food & Beverage


Building and Construction


By Region

North America



South America

Middle East & Africa

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The Djembe has a body or shell carved or made of hardwood and a drumhead made of untreated (not limed) rawhide, most commonly made from goatskin. Excluding rings, Djembe drums have an exterior diameter of 30–38 cm (12–15 in) and a height of 58–63 cm (23–25 in). The majority have a diameter in the 13 to 14-inch range.

Here are some criteria to act as an African drum buying guide especially if your interest is in the African Djembe drums.

The Size

Sometimes, people looking for their first djembe will buy the smallest, most inexpensive drum they can find and expect to become a professional Djembe player in no time.

Ensure you do not make this mistake. Smaller Djembes are fantastic for children, but as an adult player you should opt for a djembe with at least a 9”-10” playing surface diameter and a 19”-20” height. Your hands need room to learn all the different striking techniques and trying to play a djembe that is significantly too small will work against you.

Materials And Construction

Traditional djembe drums remade from a single piece of wood (ie mahogany, like, etc) and range from Intermediate/Jammer to Professional Djembes and come in a variety of sizes. Most wooden Djembe drums are rope-tuned and commonly have goat skin heads. Many players like wooden Djembe drums for their warm, rich tones in addition to their traditional hand-carved look.

Djembe drums can also be constructed of synthetic materials, such as Fiberglass djembes.

Environmental Friendliness

It’s very important to consider the wood source of your Djembe drum. Purchasing items made from illegal wood is extremely harmful to the ecosystems of the world at large, and provides much more detriment to Mother Nature than the rhythms you play on drums carved from it will ever benefit you as a player.

According to some review guide of African drums, Never buy from a company that can’t back this up. If a drum from another company sounds too cheap, it probably is.

The Djembe Head

Most wooden Djembe drums have goat skin heads. Jammer style wooden Djembe drums have treated goat skinheads, and professional wooden djembes have untreated goat skin heads, providing for better tonal range and increased bass.

Many fiberglass drums also have goat skin heads, but more often than not, they will come equipped with a synthetic head. If you decide to select a synthetic-headed djembe, keep in mind that not all synthetic heads are created equal

The Tuning

There are two types of tuning systems; Key-Tuned Djembes and Rope-Tuned Djembe drums. Key-tuned ones are typically synthetic and include a tuning wrench which enables you to tighten the lugs around the djembe head and in turn make the skin stretch tighter over the head.

Key-Tuned Djembe drums are slightly more convenient for the beginner, however, you will sacrifice a slight amount of sound quality, as a rope-tuning system holds the skin in place a little tighter.

The review guide of African drums has shown that these tips will help you buy a good Djembe drum when next you go shopping.

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