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Synthetic fiber is used as basic material to produce textile yarns.
Currently cotton and synthetic fiber are randomly combined and wound on a bobbin called a roving.
A comprehensive bulletin on the study, Industry Wage Survey: Synthetic Fibers, September 1985, Bulletin 2268, may be purchased from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Publication Sales Center, P.O.
Increase in the demand of concrete fibers, especially for synthetic fibers, steel fibers, and basalt fibers has been observed in Asia-Pacific due to continued industrialization and growth of the manufacturing sector of the region.
Nourison and Safavieh are among those suppliers that are starting to import more synthetic fiber collections from China.
The said synthetic fibers are major materials for waterproof and windproof clothes.
Sharp competition and the slump besetting the TPT industry have forced some producers to stop operation reducing the number of players in synthetic fiber industry.
Synthetic fiber rugs are 40 to 45 percent of 828's all-import business and most of the synthetic fiber rugs are from Belgium.
A wood structural member of the present invention, such as a laminated wood beam, a wood I-beam, or a truss, includes multiple synthetic fiber reinforcements.
In January-July, China imported 210,000 tons of synthetic fibers, up 13.5% year-on-year and 9.4% in value term; it also imported 234,000 tons synthetic fiber yarn, down 2.6% but up 1.1% in value term.
Kustardjono Prodjolalito, chairman of the association of synthetic fiver producers, predicted exports of synthetic fiber will fall US$270 million to US$2.73 billion this year.

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