Friday, January 30, 2009

[ Technical Textiles - Strategies of Leading International Technical Textiles Companies. ]

Now published, STRATEGIES OF LEADING INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL TEXTILES COMPANIES is a major new report by the internationally respected textiles journalist Adrian Wilson examining, in depth, the strategies of the world's leading technical textiles companies. Looking at the strategies, acquisitions, structures, initiatives, financial performance, new product development, capital expenditure, geographical expansion and future prospects of the major companies in all sectors of technical textiles, this study is essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand the development and prospects for the industrial and high performance textiles industry, whether you are a supplier, a manufacturer, an end-user or an industry watcher.

The list of the companies analysed includes:

Ahlstrom Corp; Albany International; Amann Group; Andrew Industries; Asahi Kasei Fibers; Autoliv; A.W. Hainsworth; Buckeye Technologies; Carcoustics International; AG Cilander; Dow Corning; DSM Dyneema; DuPont; Eybl International; Fezko; Fibertex; Fiberweb; Filtrona Fibertec; Freudenberg; Gamma Industrial Solutions; Hollingsworth & Vose; Hexcel Corporation; HP Pelzer; International Auto Components; Japan Vilene; Johns Manville; Lantal Textiles; Lenzing Group; Low & Bonar; Lydall; Owens Corning; Pegas Nonwovens; Peratech; Performance Fibers; Polymer Group; Porcher Industries; Propex; Rieter Automotive Systems; Sandler AG; Schoeller Textil; Sioen Industries; Tamfelt; Technical Fibre Products; Teijin; TenCate; Toray Industries; Toyobo; Winner Medical Group; Xerium Technologies.

As the general textiles industry in the West continues to decline, this report details the ways in which these companies are exploiting high added-value areas of production for use in areas such as architecture and construction, civil engineering, automotive, aerospace, medicine and hygiene, safety and protection, agriculture, filtration, and sportswear.

This report: * brings together hard to obtain and previously scattered information to explain exactly who is doing what; * details where companies are targeting their investment, their new product lines and application areas, mergers and acquisitions they have undertaken, their capital expenditure plans, financial strength, and more; * covers companies from the whole of the technical textiles chain, from fibre producers right through to end product manufacturers.

EACH COMPANY PROFILE EXAMINES: * Company backgrounds * Initiatives * Strategies - current and future objectives * New product development and product extensions * Capital expenditure * Geographical expansion * Mergers and acquisitions * Cost-control measures * New application areas

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT: If you are involved with technical textiles as a manufacturer, supplier, buyer, investor, policy maker, consultant or analyst, this will be an invaluable source of information. In one publication, this report will help you with competitor analysis, investment decision-making, targeting new customers, or re-assessing your own corporate strategy,Customer focus,and more...

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