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Production of key fibers up in September

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Nov '08
According to data released from China Textile Circulation Association, China's production of nylon filament registered 8055 tons in September 2008, an increase of 471 tons or 6.21 percent over the previous month, but down 774 tons or 8.77 percent year-on-year.

September sales were 8392 tons, up 350 tons or 4.35 percent from August, but down 1042 tons or 11.04 percent year-on-year. September stock was 10,334 tons, down 334 tons or 3.13 percent from August, but showing an increase of 1766 tons or 20.56 percent year-on-year.

As of September, China's total production of nylon filament in the first three quarters scored 73,489 tons, a year-on-year reduction of 11,407 tons or 13.44 percent. Cumulative sales of nylon filament realized 73,454 tons, down 10,898 tons or 14.85 percent from the same period last year.

Chemical fibre production reached 494,964 tons in September 2008, a slight increase of 0.08 percent over the previous month, representing a year-on-year reduction of 12,857 tons, or 2.53 percent.

September sales touched 491,738 tons, a drop of 6468 tons, or 1.29 percent from the previous month, and a year-on-year decrease of 5728 tons, or 1.15 percent. September stock was 272,294 tons, an increase of 3300 tons, or 1.23 percent, over the previous month, representing a year-on-year increase of 61,704 tons, or 29.30 percent.

As of September, China's production of chemical fibers in the first three quarters totaled 4,437,986 tons, a reduction of 88,634 tons, or 1.96 percent, from the same time last year. Cumulative sales of chemical fibers registered 4,390,034 tons, 46,936 tons less or 1.06 percent down from the same time last year.

Production of polypropylene fiber fetched 1992 tons in September 2008, up 158 tons or 8.62 percent from August, indicating a year-on-year increase of 188 tons or 1.04 percent. September sales were 1892 tons, slightly down 2.67 percent from August, showing a year-on-year reduction of 368 tons or 16.28 percent.

September stock was 1949 tons, basically the same as that in August, a year-on-year increase of 640 tons or 48.89 percent. As of September, China's output of polypropylene fiber in the first three quarters completed 17,756 tons, a year-on-year reduction of 281 tons or 1.56 percent while cumulative sales fetched 17,193 tons, down 1117 tons or 6.10 percent year-on-year.




Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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