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synthetic fiber

[sin′thed·ik ′fī·bər]
(textiles)
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and NAFTA countries for equipment and components used in the synthetic fiber, nonwovens and textile industries.
From the 1980s until toward the end of the 1990s, was a golden age for the country's synthetic fiber industry.
It will also focus on Kuraray's efforts to improve profit margins and cash flow in its core chemical and synthetic fiber operations and its other businesses, which include medical products, the agency said.
Spider dragline silk "exhibits a combination of strength and toughness unmatched by high-performance synthetic fibers," says David A.
Ian brings a wealth of capabilities to our Fi-Tech team which will help us expand our business into new areas as well some of our existing markets in synthetic fibers and nonwovens," says Jeffrey Bassett, managing director of Fi-Tech.
Patented is a heat-resistant synthetic fiber sheet comprising, as principal components, a plurality of staple fibers.
The acquisition will reportedly give Zimmer, which has been active in the polymer and synthetic fiber segments, competence in the nonwovens industry.

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