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North America Nonwovens Industry Outlook 2010-2015

The North America Nonwovens Industry Outlook 2010-2015 has recently been published by INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry. The comprehensive report is the result of extensive interviews combined with market and production information provided by suppliers and converters, and covers various aspects of nonwovens production and consumption in North America. According to INDA the report is a unique forecasting and strategic planning tool for companies. “Kno

21st March 2011

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Cary, NC

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North America Nonwovens Industry Outlook 2010-2015

The North America Nonwovens Industry Outlook 2010-2015 has recently been published by INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry. The comprehensive report is the result of extensive interviews combined with market and production information provided by suppliers and converters, and covers various aspects of nonwovens production and consumption in North America. According to INDA the report is a unique forecasting and strategic planning tool for companies.

“Knowledge is power in the nonwovens industry and INDA is committed to its role as a key information provider in the world of engineered fabrics and nonwovens,” says Ian Butler, INDA’s Director of Market Research/Statistics and the report’s author. “This report not only defines the markets in North America as they exist today, but provides projections of consumption and end usage in the future.”

The report offers the latest statistics and analysis of the world’s most important markets of nonwovens. The range of market segments in both disposable and durable applications are examined and it takes an insightful look into the top 6 countries for imports and exports.

According to Butler, a company that is involved in any link in the nonwovens supply chain needs this information to accurately assess its potential and needs in terms of future investments in machinery and new product development. “Companies will find this report an invaluable tool in their planning process,” he says.

The cost for this study is $2,200 for INDA members and $3,000 for non-members.

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