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Published on Wednesday, 16 September 2015

“Change needed" in man-made fibre industry

Written by Tommy Lee
Dornbirn

DORNBIRN - The global chemical fibre industry needs to continually adapt to population growth in emerging markets, according to Robert van de Kerkhof, chief commercial officer at Lenzing. Speaking at the ongoing Man-Made Fiber Congress in Dornbirn, Austria, Kerkhof said sustainable investment and consumer behaviour are the key industry drivers to adapt. Tommy Lee reports from Dornbirn.


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