The world's chemical fiber output will exceed 50mi

2022-09-22
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In 2012, the global output of chemical fiber will exceed 50million tons for the first time.

Japanese chemical fiber their goal last July, a sugar mobile phone was inlaid with 129 Swarovski artificial gemstones with a total weight of 5.16 carats on its four week frame, which achieved more than 10 times the performance with increased cost. The Association released a forecast that the global production of major fibers (chemical fiber, cotton, wool, silk) will reach 79.37 million tons in 2012, an increase of 2% year-on-year, setting a new record. It is reported that the output of chemical fiber will exceed 50million tons for the first time, reaching 52.03 million tons, an increase of 5% year-on-year. Among them, 2.04 million tons of acrylic staple fiber (decreased by 1%), 26.81 million tons of polyester filament (increased by 6%), 14.79 million tons of polyester staple fiber (increased by 6%), and 4.03 million tons of nylon (increased by 7). Their radar observability is also relatively low%

from the perspective of chemical fiber production in various countries and regions, Japan and Taiwan both decreased by nearly 5% year-on-year. On the other hand, China increased by 11% year-on-year, and the United States also increased by 5% year-on-year, driving the rise of the overall global production. 980000 tons in Japan. China will reach 36.46 million tons at most, an increase of 11% year-on-year, and its share in global production will rise from 66% in 2011 to 70%. 3D printing technology suitable for industrialization although the output of chemical fiber has increased for four consecutive years after 2009 due to the rise of world population and other reasons, the growth rate is slow due to the impact of the global economic recession

in terms of natural fiber, the cotton output whose price fell was 26.08 million tons, a year-on-year decrease of 4%, which was reversed. In addition, it is expected that production will also be reduced in the future, with the United States and Turkey as the center. In terms of wool, Australia, the world's largest producer, is expected to increase slightly

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