Global consumption of non-woven fabric for 800,000 tons in 1983, and by 1985 increased to 110 tons, in 1988 to 1.4 million tons by the year 1998, global non-woven consumption reached 2.4 million tons, is expected by 2005, its consumption reached 3.7 million tons.
For a variety of man-made fiber consumption of textiles in 1983 to 16.9 million tons, in 1988 rose to 20.4 million tons in 1998 reached 30.4 million tons, estimated that by 2005, the consumption of 37 million tons, in 2007 to 38.3 million tonnes.
Consumption of man-made fiber non-woven fabric production growth is expected in 2005, its consumption growth rates of up to 10%, by 2007 to reach 10.4%. Lead to non-woven industrial consumption is growing so fast in part because China, Southeast Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, the secondary industry increased ...
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