Project feasibility report on needle punch nonwovens
In current modern era reports play a vital role for any crucial decision. Considering B2B market analysis is very important. Technical Textile a leading B2B portal has released ‘Needle Punch Nonwoven Project Feasibility Report’.
This comprehensive report will help those interested in setting up a needle punch nonwoven business, by guiding on the investment required and also in choosing the appropriate technology, whether European, Taiwanese or Chinese.
Nonwoven products produced with needle punch technology are mainly manufactured in North America, Europe and Japan. However the South Asia region and China are emerging as a major force to reckon with.
Needle Punch nonwoven technology offers existing conventional textiles producers a huge opportunity to venture into value-added production of nonwoven and technical textile products are extensively used in geotextiles applications, automobiles and industrial filtration products. This project report will help facilitate the foray in an easy manner.
The project report is divided in to four sections:
1) Complete Know How of the technology, product and application
This section will provide an insight in to the needle punch technology. Main among them are fibre properties and raw materials used in the process, an overview of the production process like Fiber Preparation, Web Preparation or Web Laying, and Web bonding, etc.
It will also provide information on major components of a needle punch machine, the various types of needling looms available in the market; parameters of the process, production calculations, needle punch nonwoven machine manufacturers, etc.
2) Overview of the market
This section includes statistics on market size, worldwide production of needle punch
nonwoven fabrics, global market scenario in Asia-Pacific region, Europe, North America and Latin America.
3) Import Statistics
This section contains data on the top 75 countries importing nonwoven products of 150 gsm and above. It will also provide a report on the various trends in imports of needle punch nonwovens in 2012.
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