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Fibre2fashion unveils value-added worldwide forecast on PSF, VSF & cotton
12
Sep '11
Fibre2fashion the globally renowned textile, clothing and fashion industry B2B portal has unveiled a valuable add-on proposition with its much in demand “Market-Watch Report”.

In order to add value to the market-watch report, fibre2fashion will henceforth provide a free comprehensive report on polyester staple fibre (PSF), cotton fibre, dissolving wood pulp (DWP) and viscose staple fibre (VSF). This add-on report will contain an exclusive forecast on current and future trends in these most vital raw materials consumed by the worldwide textile industry.

The report on PSF contains an overview of the worldwide PSF sector including consumption of PSF in the last five years, country-wise production, major players, pricing and margin forecast for MEG and PTA (5 years), global exports-imports of PSF, historic pricing and margins for PSF, PTA and MEG for the last five years.

The wide-ranging cotton report carries month-wise data of the Cotlook Index beginning from 2007, past and future global supply and consumption trends, top cotton exporting and importing countries and global production and consumption of extra long staple (ELS) cotton. The forecast report, prepared by carefully analyzing data of previous years, contains cotton statistics related to cotton production, consumption, imports and exports of US, India, Pakistan and China.

The all-inclusive report on VSF and DWP carries historical and current price trends, price trend comparisons, future price trends, current and future capacity, country wise data on global cellulosic production capacity, data on VSF, DWP and viscose filament yarn global producers, industry outlook on VSF and DWP and many other vital information pertaining to the VSF value-chain.

Click here for more information on these value-added reports.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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