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Dornbirn 2013 -- developments and opportunities in man-made fibres
published in Issue 95, 4th quarter 2013
The Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress remains an essential platform for the exchange of ideas. The event has become more international in recent years and at the 52nd Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress -- held in September 2013 -- there were visitors from 30 countries. As many as 104 presentations were given, which emphasised the commitment of fibre manufacturers to developing new products and processes for a range of technical end uses and markets. This report reviews and analyses several papers presented at the congress on key topics -- including the global man-made fibre market, advances and opportunities in man-made fibres in Europe, Japan and South Korea, biopolymers update, and smart fibres. It also reviews some of the latest developments in cellulosic fibres, biopolymers and polyester recycling from a number of companies and other organisations, including Advansa, Asahi Kasei, Cordenka, DuPont, Fitesa, Glanzstoff Industries, Huvis Corporation, Ingeo, ITV Denkendorf, Kaneka Corporation, Kelheim Fibres, Lenzing, Rennovia, RWTH Aachen University, Toyobo and Utrecht University.
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