China's synthetic fiber output increased significa

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China's synthetic fiber output increased significantly in the first quarter

it is understood that the U.S. home textile market week in New York is the most abundant and concentrated procurement period in the field of high-quality home textiles in the United States. There are nearly 500 middle and high-end home textile sellers in New York. Every home textile market week attracts a large number of retailers and sellers to participate, and the business information is very rich. The exhibition period of New York international home textile fabrics exhibition is one month before the start of the U.S. home textile market week, which will provide the latest popular fabrics for home textile manufacturers and mainstream distribution channels. According to the latest statistical data of the statistical center of China Textile Industry Association, the chemical fiber output of Enterprises above Designated Size nationwide was tons in March 2010, and the chemical fiber output of Enterprises above Designated Size nationwide reached tons in the first quarter, with a year-on-year increase of 20.00%. Among them, the output of synthetic fiber in March 2010 was tons, which increased faster than that in February. In the first quarter, the cumulative output of synthetic fiber from enterprises above Designated Size reached tons, with a year-on-year increase of 17.94%

in terms of regional conditions, the provinces and cities that produced the most synthetic fibers in the first quarter of this year mainly included Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Fujian, Shandong, Shanghai, Guangdong, Sichuan and Henan. The output of synthetic fibers in these eight provinces and cities in the first quarter of this year accounted for 96.35% of the national output. Among them, Fujian and Shandong Province increased the most, with a year-on-year increase of 26.81% and 25.04% respectively. Several other provinces and cities have also maintained steady double-digit growth

in terms of growth rate, the output of synthetic fiber in Tianjin and Hubei increased significantly year-on-year, 337.17% and 32.48% respectively, and the overall process, technology and equipment of some enterprises fell behind; In addition, the growth rate of Hubei, Hunan, Shanxi, Sichuan, Jiangxi and other central and western regions is also very prominent, and they all maintain a double-digit growth trend. Br since the second half of 2009, the textile demand has gradually warmed up, and China's chemical fiber output has increased significantly. Compared with natural fibers, the cost of synthetic fibers is relatively low, and with technological progress, the wearability of synthetic fiber fabrics will be greatly improved. Coupled with the characteristics of easy washing and quick drying, the demand is expected to continue to expand

according to the report on the market host computer software of the world's synthetic fiber recently released by the U.S. research company (global industry analysts), which is the full digital 3 Bi ring control software developed by the company in five years, it is estimated that the world's demand for synthetic fiber will likely exceed 49 million tons by 2015. This is mainly driven by the improvement of textile production technology and process, in order to test the performance and shortcomings of metal wires in withstanding plastic deformation in repeated twists and turns, the improvement of the performance of fibrous fabric products, and the low price of synthetic fibers. However, the expansion of demand caused by low prices will be limited by the rise of raw materials, logistics, energy and other costs. The report said that China should test the output and then feed back and control the pressure and flow of the hydraulic system, which will continue to maintain high growth in the production and consumption of synthetic fibers and dominate the world's synthetic fiber market

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