Country Reports

These reports are issued annually that covers the trends in individual country's demand and supply of natural and manmade fibre/filament industries. YnFx Country reports provides a comprehensive view of the country’s fibre production, exports, imports, apparent consumption and capacity.

 

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  • Country’s growth and share in world
  • World supplies of fibres and filaments in primary form
  • Trends in manmade and natural fibre/filament production, exports, imports, apparent consumption and capacity
  • Global fibre/filament supply and demand statistics
  • Major trend in the country
 
 
 
 

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YnFx Price Index - 22 Mar, 2019

Product
Movement
US crude oil Futures
Trend 0.25%
Ethylene, NE, CFR
Trend -2.83%
Ethylene, USG, Del
Trend -0.8%
Ethylene, NWE, CIF
Trend 0.1%
Paraxylene, Korea, FOB
Trend -0.38%
Paraxylene, Rott, FOB
Trend -0.52%
 

News & Views

Cotton professor appointed to lead MSU department

22 Mar , 2019

A Mississippi State cotton agronomist is the new head of the universitys Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. Darrin Dodds, a 12-year veteran of the department, takes the helm April 1. A native of Rushville, Illinois, Dodds is well respected throughout the Midsouth for his teaching, research and outreach programs in cotton physiology. In 2016, he was awarded the Dr. J. Tom Cothren Outstanding Young Physiologist Award by the National Cotton Council and its partners.

Jeanologia launches H2 Zero a revolutionary technology to completely eliminate discharge in the textile industry

22 Mar , 2019

In the past year the company saved more than 10 million cubic meters of water, the same as needed for the annual consumption of 600,000 people. Jeanologia, world leaders in the development of eco-efficient technology, launches H2 Zero, a revolutionary technology allowing the complete elimination of discharge in the textile industry.

Made in Italy Project: Blockchain to change textile industry

22 Mar , 2019

The first pilot project for the use of blockchain in SMEs in the textile industry was officially presented at the Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) on March 13. Blockchain technology will support Made in Italy project, protect its uniqueness and quality such as certifying the supply chain thanks to the mechanism of the \"shared register\" which enables attaining maximum security regarding counterfeit stabs.