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Fiber

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Market value and volume for man-made fibres by type (artificial filament tow, artificial filament yarn, artificial monofilament, artificial staple fibres, synthetic filament tow, synthetic filament yarn, synthetic monofilament, synthetic staple fibres)
Cotton consumption during MY 2002-03 may benefit from the expected weak prices vis-a-vis man-made fibres.
The Industrial market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Man-made Fibres market at a national level.
Production director Colin Porteous said the drastic action was needed after a massive rise in the price of oil and plastic needed by the firm to make man-made fibres.
Man-made fibres don't breathe like natural fibres and the results are notoriously smelly.
Natracare products are also free of genetically modified cotton and any of the highly absorbant man-made fibres which have been associated with an increased risk of toxic shock syndrome.
Groove-meister Lenny Beige brings The World of Beige to the Comedy Festival - complete with fake tan, sovereign rings, and enough man-made fibres to spark an electrical storm.
Or opt for cropped cardigans or sumptuous sweaters in a range of wools - from baby-soft Angora to man-made fibres that wash well.
However, demand for man-made fibres grew at a faster rate than demand for natural fibres, whose share fell for the fourth consecutive year.
In this book, the applications of both vegetable and man-made fibres in situations where there is a requirement for short-term ground reinforcement are examined and discussed.