Everyday consumers are using if not more of the products that are manufactured in the fibre processing and manufacturing sector, That the main reason the Fibre Processing and Manufacturing (FP&M) SETA was established, and it continues to strengthen value-chain linkages between related industries. It comprises of the following just to mention the few:
- Textiles and wood products
- General goods
- Pulp and Paper
The subsectors are closely cohesive and therefore create great value in the lives of consumers by converting various materials into finished products, like animal skin/hides into finished into finished products such as clothing, shoes even furniture.