Man-Made Fibre Industry Future Reviewed in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

17 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – When the Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers congress was first launched in the early 1960s, synthetic fibres represented just 5% of total fibre production, but today they account for over half and this share is set to rise even further in the coming years.

New research report “Outlook for Man-Made Fibres and Technical Textiles: Report from the 50th Dornbirn Congress” drawn up by Textiles Intelligence has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.


Report Details:

Outlook for Man-Made Fibres and Technical Textiles: Report from the 50th Dornbirn Congress
Published: February, 2012
Pages: 20
Price: US$ 520,00

Outlook for Man-Made Fibres and Technical Textiles: Report from the 50th Dornbirn Congress

The newly published report reviews and analyses several papers presented at the 50th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers congress, held in September 2011, on the key topics, including:

  • cotton and man-made fibre demand to 2060 by country and region, and future limitations on the supply of cotton; 
  • reviews of some of the latest developments in cellulosic fibres, biopolymers and polyester recycling from a number of companies, including Advansa, DuPont, Filature Miroglio, Hohenstein Institute, Kelheim, Lenzing, NatureWorks, RadiciGroup, Rhodia, RWTH Aachen University, STFI and TITK; 
  • outlook for the future which looks at the role of green chemistry and the future challenges facing the man-made fibre industry.

More new research reports by the publisher can be found at Textiles Intelligence page.

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