ERJ staff report (DS)
Mumbai, India -- YnFx has published a new report titled, The Nylon Chain Report 2010 . The 80-page report was first published in February 2011 and is available for a price of around Euro 500, depending on delivery options.
The publishers say, "Nylon accounts for 8.2 percent of all manmade fibre/filament produced globally making it the second most important after polyester. In 2009, production volume declined 3 percent following the over 10 percent decline in the crisis ridden 2008. Production which was hovering between 3.8-3.9 million tons for the past 5-6 years was down to just 3.3 million tons in 2009 continuing the downswing. Both filament yarn and staple fibre businesses suffered heavy downtrend. Apart from textile yarns, all the other sectors of nylons suffered from decreasing activity with industrial yarn production going down 7 percent while that of carpet yarns declined 8 percent."
ERJ has not seen this report and can make no comment on the quality of the research or of the conclusions.
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