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Global Textile Materials Strategic Business Report 2015-2022 – Profiles of 200+ Companies, Including Many Key and Niche Players – Research and Markets


July 4, 2016
By PRN NewsWire

DUBLIN, July 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Textile Materials – Global Strategic Business Report” [http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mxd68v/textile_materials] report to their offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Textile Materials in Thousand Tons by the following Product Groups/Segments:

— Manufactured/Manmade/Synthetic Fibers (Polyester, Nylon, Olefin, Acrylic/Modacrylic, Cellulosic, & Others) — Natural Fibers (Cotton, Wool, & Silk), and Specialty Fibers/Products.

The report also analyzes the market for Textile Spun Yarns by the following Product Groups/Segments:

— Manufactured/Manmade/Synthetic Yarns (Polyester, Acrylic/Modacrylic, & Cellulosic) — Natural Yarns (Cotton, & Wool)

The report profiles 211 companies including many key and niche players such as

— Aditya Birla Group (India) — Grasim Industries Limited (India) — Jaya Shree Textiles (India) — Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.S. (Turkey) — Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation (Japan) — Barnhardt Manufacturing Company (US) — Celanese Corporation (US) — Crescent Textile Mills Ltd (Pakistan) — Daicel Chemical Industries, Ltd. (Japan) — DAK Americas LLC (US) — Eastman Chemical Company (US) — EI DuPont De Nemours & Co (US) — ES FiberVisions, Inc. (US) — Far Eastern New Century Corporation (Taiwan) — Formosa Plastics Group (Taiwan) — Honeywell International Inc. (US) — Hyosung Corp. (South Korea) — Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited (Thailand) — INVISTA (US) — Kuraray Co., Ltd. (Japan) — Marzotto SpA (Italy) — Mitsubishi Rayon Co. Ltd. (Japan) — Reliance Industries Ltd. (India) — Recron Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia) — SASA Polyester Sanayi A.S. (Turkey) — Sinopec Yizheng Chemical Fiber Co. Ltd. (China) — Sinterama SpA (Italy) — Solvay S.A. (Belgium) — Tangshan Sanyou Xingda Chemical Fiber Co., Ltd. (China) — Thai Polyester Company Limited (TPC) (Thailand) — Thai Rayon Public Co. Ltd. (Thailand) — The Lenzing Group (Austria) — Toray Industries Inc. (Japan) — Unifi Inc. (US) — Weiqiao Textile Co. Ltd. (China)

Key Topics Covered:

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

— Textile Fibers and Yarns — Basic Unit in Textile Manufacture — Textile Fibers and Textiles Industry — Current and Future Analysis — Asia-Pacific Dominates the Market — Synthetic Fibers Market to Post Healthy Expansion — Scarcity and Volatility of Natural Fibers Production Drive Dominance of Man-Made Fibers — China’s Shrinking Import Share Upsets Global Trade Dynamics — Product Innovation Keep the Industry Margins Thriving — Price Scenario — Synthetic Fiber Costs Tumble as Oil Prices Drop — Cotton Prices Remain Volatile

2. MARKET TRENDS & ISSUES

— Synthetic & High-Tech Fabrics — Popular with Designers — Growing Demand for Synthetic Fibers Challenges Widespread Adoption of Cellulosic Man-Made Fibers — Rising Preference for Polyester Drives Down Interest in Man- Made Cellulosic Fibers — Weak Prices Adversely Impact Cotton Production — Growing Demand for Clothing and Fabrics Bodes Well for the Market — Market Participants Increase Emphasis on Sustainable Production Practices — Natural Fiber Composites to Witness Strong Demand — Spandex Witnesses Strong Growth — Surge in Interest in Wearable Electronics — Creates Opportunities for Smart Textiles — Organic Apparel Catches the Fancy of Consumers — Nylon Loses Ground to Polyester and Polypropylene in Carpet making

3. NATURAL FIBERS

— Cotton Fibers Market — An Overview — Consumption to Remain Stable — Cotton Production to Improve in Near Term — Drop in Chinese Production Affects Global Output — Global Cotton Statistics — Cotton Prices Continue to Plummet — Leading Markets Worldwide Organic Cotton Lifts the Prospects of Cotton Farming — Altering Cotton Production Landscape — Challenges — Trade Scenario — Cashmere — Manufacturing Process — Vegetable Textile Fibers — Trade Scenario

4. SYNTHETIC FIBERS

— Synthetic Fiber: The Evolution — Synthetic Fibers and Their Sources — Manmade/Synthetic Fibers Rules the Roost — Key Markets for Man-Made Fibers — Developing Countries Account for Higher Demand — Cellulose Fibers Market Poised to Exhibit Healthy Growth — Regional Insights — Competition — Polyester — Asia Dominates the Global Polyester Market — Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) — Following Suit — Major Polyester Producing Nations — Apparel: Primary End-Use Market — Factors Influencing Polyester Market — Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers — Main Pricing Influences — Development of Microfibers — Acrylonitrile: The Raw Material — Nylon — Market Overview — China Leads Nylon Production — Cellulosics — Market Outlook — Cellulosic Fibers (Plant-Based Fibers) and Their Sources — Trade Scenario — Rayon — Market Perspective — Rayon Fiber Manufacturers Eye on Developing Sustainable Products to Boost Demand — Rayon Enjoys Widespread Application — Viscose — The Leading Cellulosic Man-Made Fiber — Lyocell — A Highly Demanded Man-Made Fiber

5. SPECIALTY FIBERS

— Specialty Fibers Market to Experience Impressive Growth — Aramid Fibers to Witness Unwavering Demand in End-Use Industries — Para-Aramid Fibers — The Leading Aramid Fiber Category — Meta-Aramid Fibers — High Temperature Fibers — Considerations for High-Temperature Uses — Requirements for Thermal Insulating Material — Technical Fibers — Market Overview — Shift in Focus from Commodity Goods to Technical Products Benefits Technical Textiles

6. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TEXTILE MATERIALS AND TEXTILES MARKET

— Technology Innovations to Spearhead Growth — Low-Pressure Plasma Treatment to Improve Filtration Efficiency of Textiles — DNA Markers for Textiles — Applied DNA Sciences Develops SigNature® T DNA Marker — Teijin and Kansai University Create Foremost Piezoelectric Fabric — Researchers at University of Burgos Develop Smart Tags to Evaluate Freshness of Packaged Fish — AnanasAnam Develops Piñatex Nonwoven Textile from Pineapple Leaves — DuPont Protection Technologies Develop Cut Resistant Glove with Kevlar® Engineered Yarns — Mazda Motor and Mitsubishi Chemicals Develop Advanced Biofabric for Interior and Exterior Car Parts — Honeywell Develops Spectra® HT High Strength Fiber — Plasma Treatment and Nanotechnology to Offer Multifunctional Cotton Fabrics with Superior Properties — Vestagen Technical Textiles Develops myComfort Hospital Patient Garment Range — Kimberly-Clark Health Care Develops Fabric that Offers Prevention of Fluid Penetration for Surgical Gowns — PPSS Group Develops Innovative Fabric that Protects People from Cut and Slash Related Injuries — Nano Labs Applies for Provisional Patent for Advanced Hemostatic Material — Teijin Develops New Type of Meta-Aramid Fiber with Excellent Heat-Resistance — Electrospun Cellulose Acetate Fibers with Fluorescent Nanoparticles Developed for Anti-Counterfeiting Applications — Novel Cellulose Acetate Membranes Developed for Reverse Osmosis Treatment Plants — Bioplastics: A Niche Market — Nexia Biotechnologies’ New Method to Produce Artificial Silk Fiber — Treated Cotton for Raincoats — Tuscarora Yarns Launches New Process for Cotton Yarn — ARS Develops New Technique for Cotton Dyeing — New Process to Improve Colorfastness of Clothes — Nanotechnology for Fabrics

7. TEXTILE MATERIALS INDUSTRY AND MACRO-DRIVERS

— Demand for Fibers Mirrors GDP Growth — Ballooning Global Population Offers Steady Growth Opportunities — Expanding Urban Population Spurs Consumption Growth — Rising Investments in Infrastructure Projects Strengthens Market Prospects

8. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

— Introduction — Classification of Fibers — Flow Chart for Fiber Classification — Table 57: Chemical Composition by Fiber Type — Product Classification — Natural Fibers — Cotton — Uses of the Versatile Fabric — Wool — Myriad Uses of Wool — Silk — Uses of the Luxury Fiber — Manufactured/Manmade/Synthetic Fibers — Introduction — Non-Cellulosic Fibers — Polyester — Properties of Polyester — Production Process of Polyester — Types of Polyester Fiber — Polyester Filament (PFY) — Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) — Polyester Chips: The Raw Material — Polyester Filament Versus Polyester Staple Fiber — Nylon — Unique Properties — Different Forms of Nylon — Characteristics of Nylon 6,6/ABS — Aramids — Olefin Fiber — Acrylic Fibers — Production Process — Cellulosics Textile Fibers — Viscose Fiber — Modal Fibers — Rayon or Viscose Rayon — Production Process — Types of Rayon — Regular Rayon — High Tenacity Rayon — High Wet Modulus (HWM) Rayon — Cuprammonium Rayon — Viscose Rayon Staple Fiber — A Form of Rayon — Yarns Manufactured from VSF — Acetate Fibers and Triacetate Fibers — Lyocell — Synthetic Fiber — Production Process — Polymerization — A Process to Manufacture Synthetic Fibers — Undesirable Effects of Dyestuffs Used in Chemical Fibers — Global Artificial Fiber Production — Tracing Evolution — Specialty Fibers/Products

9. YARNS

— Domination of Spun Yarn Continues — The Textured Yarn Market — Textured Polyester Yarn — Wool Yarn — Yarn Manufacturing Procedure — Produced From Filaments — Produced From Staple Fibers — Texturizing Process for Synthetic Yarn — Texturizing Techniques — Knife Edge — Stuffer Box — False Twist — Air Jet — Knit-de-Knit — Partially Oriented Yarn (POY) — Draw Textured Yarn (DTY) & Spin Drawn Yarn (SDY) — Characteristics That Affect Finished Product Quality — Plies — Twist — Texturizing Yarn — Two Primary Processes for Spinning Cotton Fibers — Open End Spinning — Superior to Ring Spinning — End-Use Application — Another Standard for Classification — Composite Cut Resistant Yarn — Causes for Defects in Garments — TQM System: Essential for Yarn Producers

10. TEXTILE INDUSTRY – A REVIEW

— Introduction — Impact of Recession in Retrospect and the Road Ahead — Developing Nations: Favorable Growth Prospects — Cotton Fabrics in Demand — Synthetic & High-Tech Fabrics — Popular with Designers — Organic Apparel Catches Fancy of Consumers — Growing Awareness about Ecological Issues — A Key Concern in Textile Trading — Shift in Global Textile Trade — Issues Plaguing the Textile Industry

11. KEY END-USE MARKETS FOR TEXTILE MATERIALS

— Apparel & Clothing — The Main End Use Sector — End-use Applications of Textile Materials in Various Apparels — Fabricated Textiles — Carpets — Rugs — Automotive — Home Furnishings

12. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS/LAUNCHES

— Oerlikon Barmag Unveils HMLS Polyester Yarn — Teijin to Unveil Teijinconex neo Meta-Aramid Fiber — Australian Wool Innovation and Nanshan Group Develops Neulana Fabrics — Fulgar Introduces Evo, Nylon Fiber — Archroma Unveils Smartrepel Hydro Range for Cellulosic and Synthetic Fibers — Polartec Rolls Out Polartec Power Wool Fabric Collection — Grasim Rolls Out Festive Fabric Range Made of Jute — AMSilk Develops World’s First Artificial Silk Fiber

13. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY

— Aditya Birla Chemicals to Merge with Grasim Industries — Kraig Enters into an Agreement with Vietnam Government — Archroma Takes Over BASF’s Textile Chemicals Business — Indorama Ventures Acquires Performance Fibers Asia — Thai Acrylic Fibre Partners with Outlast Technologies — Nanshan Collaborates with Australian Wool Innovation — Rhodia Invests in Innovative Textile Fiber Technology — Solvay Invests in Fiber and Smart Polyamide Textile Yarn Manufacturing Technology — ILSHIN Vietnam Commences Textile Fiber Plant — Pratibha Cotspin to Establish Cotton Yarn Plant — Filatex to Establish Polyester Manufacturing Facility — Ambica Spintex to Establish 14,400 Spindles Capacity Cotton Yarn Plant — Rajkot Textile Industries to Establish Cotton Yarn Plant — Toray to Expand Polyester Staple Fiber Business at Toray Chemical Korea — Cotton Council International to Roll Out COTTON USA in India — M M Yarns to Establish Cotton Yarn Plant in Gujarat — Phenix Spinning to Construct Cotton Yarn Plant — CCC Textiles Mills to Build Cotton Yarn Plant in Maharashtra — Rajindira Textiles & Garments to Establish Cotton Yarn Plant — Gajraj Textiles to Build Cotton Yarn Plant in Punjab — Skywin Spinning to Construct Cotton Yarn Plant in Gujarat — Vinayak Textile Industries to Establish Cotton Yarn Plant — Sutlej Textiles & Industries to Augment its Cotton Yarn Project Capacity — Kaneka to Establish Manufacturing Facility for Acrylic Fibers — Dharti Cotspin Commences Work on Cotton Yarn Plant — Sri Basava Textiles to Construct Cotton Yarn Unit in Karnataka — GOTS International Working Group Launches Standard for Processing Organic Textiles

14. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS

15. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

Total Companies Profiled: 211 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 228)

— The United States (19) — Canada (1) — Japan (15) — Europe (82) — – France (5) — – Germany (19) — – The United Kingdom (3) — – Italy (21) — – Spain (8) — – Rest of Europe (26) — Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (107) — Latin America (3) — Middle East (1)

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