Over the last few years, the demand for nonwoven products is augmenting at great pace in the international market due to its various properties like absorbency, liquid repellency, resilience, softness, strength, filtering, bacterial barrier and sterility that allows the nonwoven to deliver high-performance.
As the use of nonwoven improves quality while lowering cost for various industries, the global demand for nonwovens is forecast to rise 5.4 per cent annually to 9.1 million metric tons in 2017.
The second edition of Nonwoven Compendium will be available in both print as well as online. It aims to support and contribute to the growth of nonwoven industry, as well as to generate lucrative business for the manufacturers engaged in manufacturing of nonwovens, nonwoven converted products or nonwoven machineries.
The first print and online feature of Nonwoven compendium launched in December 2014 received a positive response and was gladly appreciated by the industry due to its informative content and wide market reach, which gave a boost to the business of many manufacturers.
The second edition will be an advanced feature and shall capture the entire nonwoven value chain from raw materials to converted products. It will highlight the fast growing nonwovens industry all over the world, with special emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region.
In addition to generating business, this compendium will help companies to stay abreast with the latest innovation and happenings in the nonwoven industry. It will serve as a positive publicity platform that will help the companies to stand out from the crowd, create a positive brand image, build new business prospects and reach its target audience.
Through this compendium, various participating companies can showcase their strengths, contribution, products, technology and innovation to the global nonwoven value chain. It will not only benefit the existing players in the nonwoven domain, but will also serve as an informative guide for the new users who are willing to enter this industry.
Technicaltextile.net depicts a global perspective of technical textiles – an emerging sector dominating future trends and technologies in textiles globally. It is also poised to deliver value added global business connections, facilitating the sourcing and marketing requirement, through dissipation of knowledge based information to the globe. (RKS)
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