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Statistics: Global and Regional Trends in Mill Consumption of Textile Fibres, March 2016

  • SUMMARY
  • GENERAL TRENDS
    • Table World: mill consumption of textile fibres by region, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Table World: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • ASIA: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES AND MAN-MADE FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TRADE
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table Asia: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption
      • Table Asia: man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • NORTH AMERICA: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table North America: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • MIDDLE EAST: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES AND MAN-MADE FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TRADE
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table Middle East: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption
      • Table Middle East: man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • WESTERN EUROPE: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES AND MAN-MADE FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TRADE
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table Western Europe: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption
      • Table Western Europe: man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • SOUTH AMERICA: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table South America: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • EASTERN EUROPE: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES AND MAN-MADE FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TRADE
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table Eastern Europe: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption
      • Table Eastern Europe: man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • AFRICA: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES AND MAN-MADE FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TRADE
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table Africa: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption
      • Table Africa: man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
  • OCEANIA: MILL CONSUMPTION OF TEXTILE FIBRES AND MAN-MADE FIBRE PRODUCTION AND TRADE
    • Mill consumption of textile fibres
      • Table Oceania: mill consumption of textile fibres by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)
    • Man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption
      • Table Oceania: man-made fibre production, trade and mill consumption by fibre type, 2009-14 (mn lb)

Statistics: Global and Regional Trends in Mill Consumption of Textile Fibres, March 2016

This report includes statistical data, insight and analysis of global mill consumption of textile fibres as well as man-made fibre production and trade over the period 2009-14. The report covers Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, North America, Oceania, South America and Western Europe. It includes statistical data and analysis of global trends in consumption of natural fibres and man-made fibres by the world's textile mills. In addition to the overall statistics, the data are broken down to provide information on cotton fibres, wool fibres, synthetic fibres and cellulosic fibres. Consumption of textile fibres by the world's mills increased to a record high in 2014, following increases in each of the four previous years. The increase in 2014 was due primarily to a rise in consumption of man-made fibres. Consumption of cotton fibres also increased, but at a slower pace, while consumption of wool declined to its lowest level since 2009. Geographically, there were increases in mill consumption of textile fibres in several regions but Asia remained the largest regional consumer.


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