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This is not surprising since dramatic decreases in man-made fiber imports actually took place one-to-two years prior to 1974 as the LTA expanded into the man-made fiber sector in the final years leading to the MFA [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 1 AND 2 OMITTED].
Page 18: Competition - Overview and Market Share of Players for Different Segments of Man-made Fibers
The rules change when there are higher percentages of one or more man-made fibers.
The increase in the use of man-made fibers took market share from wool and hair, two other popular materials with still strong sales in Italy.
As an inventor of Through-Air Drying technology, Fleissner Company has supplied more than 45,000 Through-Air drums up to 8000 mm wide and 4800 mm (16 ft) in diameter to customers all over the world from the textile, nonwovens, man-made fibers and paper industries in the past 70 years.
DMT is used in the production of man-made fibers for the textile industry, industrial fibers, for example for safety belts and the strings of tennis rackets, and fibers for tires and high-pressure hoses.
Most (spinners) don't like man-made yarn and most commercial yarns are man-made fibers,'' he said.
Researchers of Teijin Aramid, based in the Netherlands, and Rice University in the USA are awarded with the honorary 'Paul Schlack Man-Made Fibers Prize' for corporate-academic partnerships in fiber research.
High production capacity and flexibility in technical textiles as well as innovative technologies for new products from natural and man-made fibers
Whether dressing in various tones of the same color or in man-made fibers for the '90s - the Polyester Update that's going on today - dressing up is in again.
The company maintains operations in 50 countries where it manufacturers and markets a variety of basic and specialty chemicals, salt, man-made fibers, coatings, and healthcare products.
com/research/35f312/cellulosic_manmad) has announced the addition of the "Cellulosic Man-Made Fibers - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.