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synthetic fiber

[sin′thed·ik ′fī·bər]
(textiles)
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Hyosung has a spandex brand called Creora, which has a 60 percent market share in the synthetic textile sector.
The composition of the synthetic textile effluent used is presented in the Table 1, with the values based on a concentration of organic material in terms of COD in the order of 1,000 mg [L.
Main commodities of exports during June, 2010 were knitwear (Rs14,354 million), cotton cloth (Rs13,467 million), bedwear (Rs12,870 million), readymade garments (Rs11,344 million), jewellary (Rs10,765 million), rice others (Rs10,260 million), cotton yarn (Rs9,976 million), rice basmati (Rs6,569 million), towels (Rs4,673 million) and art, silk & synthetic textile (Rs4,583 million).
The ratings factor in the vast experience of promoters in the synthetic textile industry with established manufacturing operations, established marketing and distribution network and moderate financial position of the company as indicated by its moderate solvency and comfortable liquidity, CARE said.
The growth was mainly driven by three segments namely cotton yarn, silk and synthetic textile -and raw cotton).
The rally on Saturday marked the completion of a factory producing a North Korean-invented synthetic textile called "vinalon", state TV said.
Industry: Acrylic mills, Chocolate, Container, Galvanized iron sheet, Integrated textile, Industrial machine, Knitting, Nail, PVC pipe, Rolling mill, Rubber, Spinning, Steel making, Steel melting, Synthetic fibre, Synthetic textile, Steel, Tyre and Yarn spinning & dyeing industry & manufacturing
The symposium on which this book was based was held to bring attention to work at the interface of biologically active molecules and natural and synthetic textile fibers.
The surface web is made of a multilayer nonwoven material that has at least two superposed layers of natural or synthetic textile fibers joined together.
a synthetic textile maker, which collapsed in 1975 in the worst manufacturer failure in Japan with liabilities totaling 200 billion yen.
Pakistan had potential to enhance the country's exports in pharmaceutical, surgical instruments, including variety of textiles items such as synthetic textile products, raw cotton, cotton yarn, leather and sports goods, electronics, Seafood, furniture, cement, apparel, marble and agro-based industry like rice, beef, sugar, poultry chicken, potatoes, fruits and vegetables.

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