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World Fiber – Pakistan

PREFACE
Pakistan’s manmade fibre production hovers around 600 thousand tons while consumption has gradually increased to 831 thousand tons making it import – dependent. According to the “World Fibre & Pakistan – Trends in Demand and Supply” a compendium from YarnsandFibers Pakistan is the 4th largest producer of cotton fibre and makes up approximately 9% of the world production. This attempt to place in perspective, the trends witnessed in manmade fibres since 1990 with regards to production, consumption and trade. The presentation is made through descriptive analysis of the trends and changes in fibre industry with detailed tabulation in various permutation and combinations and graphical presentation. The purpose of this compendium is to serve as a basic information infrastructure for textile companies and to all those who are related to fibres and yarns industry. The compendium will also serve as a ready to use reference and the presentation help easy and quick consumption of the information. The Report is divided into two sections: Global View, Fibre View and Producer View. The first section covers World production of manmade and natural fibres for the period 1980 to 2006. This section covers time series on production of polyester - with its two streams the staple fibre and filament yarn, viscose – staple fibre and filament yarn and acrylic staple fibre. Among the natural fibres, the report covers production of cotton, wool and silk. The aggregation is done for each of fibre group namely manmade fibre – cellulosic and synthetic, and natural fibres. They are further aggregated into total fibres production. Also tabulations on year-on-year percentages changes and each fibre/yarn’s share in respective segment are presented. The second section is on Pakistan covering details on each fibre with a view of presenting major producers and consumers of individual fibre/yarn. It covers capacity, production, trade and consumption from 1990 – 2006 and forecast for 2012. Tabulation also includes year-on-year percentage changes of each indicator. The report will be useful at all levels of decision makers and particularly, handy for textile corporate and business planner. The data on manmade fibre and natural fibre is available in myriad of sources. We have collated the data from best and authentic sources after verifying the same with industry peers. In our endeavour to serve our clients, we shall release the next report in 2008 with updated data for 2007 and also incorporating projections over the period of next five years.
WORLD INDIA – HIGHLIGHTS
  • Pakistan’s total fibre production contribution was 4.37% of the total world fibre production, much of which largely constitutes production of cotton fibre.
  • The productive capacity of manmade fibre saw a robust growth of 9.7% mostly in the polyester segment. In 2006 the production of PSF was 787 thousand tons while PFY was 97 thousand tons respectively.
  • The production by 2012 is estimated to increase to 933 thousand tons while consumption is set to increase 1140 thousand tons mostly in the polyester segment.


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