Fibres Conference 2015

Fibres Conference 2015 In Milan From November

Fibres Conference 2015 Global fibre and textile supply chains have endured difficult and unpredictable last three years in which raw material prices have soared and crashed. Heavy investment in China and volatility in exchange rates have reconfigured supply chains, and trade patterns and over-capacity at all levels has become a major threat to the financial stability of large parts of the industry. PCI Fibres, a specialist consultancy to the fibres and related markets keeping in mind the present situation will be organizing Fibres Conference at Milan in November.

The Conference will look at prospects for raw materials, fibres and textiles in the context of sustainability challenges, global health issues, and lifestyle and demographic changes.

These factors carry implications for the mix of fibres, the manufacturing locations of supply chains, and the production systems that are used, the organiser said.

Speakers will include PCI consultants as well as guests. The key note speaker this year will be Giulio Bonazzi, Chairman and CEO, Aquafil Group. Presentations will address fibre demand numbers and will also look at the crucial issue of how to recover value, one of the most pressing requirements throughout the industry. The conference will review the raw material chains for polyester, polyamide, cotton and viscose.

The conference will take place at Hotel Marriott, Milan, Italy, right before ITMA 2015 and the World Textile Summit, which are also set to be held in Milan.

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