Global Fibre Market Trends Analysed by Textiles Intelligence in New Cutting-Edge Study Published at

18 Nov 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In 2012, the global demand for fibre registered positive growth by just over 3.6%, supported by the ongoing world economic recovery. The man-made fibres witnessed the largest growth in terms of demand. Cellulosic and synthetic fibres saw a strong increase in demand, while the demand for natural fibre declined due to a decrease in cotton consumption, as well as high prices for cotton in China.

The world cellulosic fibre capacity is forecast to increase by more than 13.5% through 2014. China and India together are likely to make an 85% contribution to the global cellulosic capacity growth. By December 2014, China is expected to account for over 64% of the total capacity. Meanwhile, the global demand for cotton is poised to record a 2.1% increase during 2013-2014.

New market research study “Global Trends in Fibre Prices, Production and Consumption, November 2013 edition” worked out by Textiles Intelligence offers a comprehensive guide to the worldwide fibre market.

The research report provides in-depth insights into the global fibre sector, examines the trends prevailing in the market in detail, presents extensive fibre production and consumption analysis by country and by region. It also discloses essential information on key market sectors by fibre type, namely, natural and mad-made fibres. The study not only draws up a clear picture of the actual market state, but also presents a detailed market future outlook including forecasts of cotton demand, supply and prices for the forthcoming year.

Report Details:

Global Trends in Fibre Prices, Production and Consumption, November 2013 edition
Published: November, 2013
Pages: 20
Price: US$ 520.00 

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