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Worldwide Outlook for the Nonwovens Industry

The fourth edition of the ‘Worldwide Outlook for the Nonwovens Industry’, has been published, by INDA, the leading Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, in strategic partnership with EDANA the International Association Serving the Nonwovens and Related Industries.

12th November 2012

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 |  Cary, NC

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The comprehensive new report provides in-depth information and analysis of global nonwoven production and the growth outlook for the industry and its major segments. The report includes an overview and outlook of both worldwide and regional nonwoven markets, leading nonwoven applications by region, production process statistics and shares, stages of industry development, forecast capital investment by region and technology, international nonwoven trade flows, and staple fiber and resin consumption, and more.

According to the report’s co-authors, Ian Butler, Director of Market Research and Statistics at INDA, and Jacques Prigneaux, Market Analysis and Economic Affairs Director at EDANA: “The worldwide nonwovens industry’s prospects are excellent and it remains an exciting industry in which to be involved.”

The detailed report includes global outlooks on major nonwovens segments, including Hygiene, Medical, Wipes, Filtration, Automotive, Construction, plus much more.

To view the complete table of contents and list of figures and tables visit:

The planned release date for the report is mid-November 2012. It can be pre-ordered now. For more information or to purchase contact: Regina Spitzer, INDA, 919-233-1210 ext. 128, [email protected] ; or visit:

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