INDA Releases New Latin America Nonwovens Industry Report
CARY, N.C. — March 13, 2013 — A comprehensive new report, "Latin American Nonwoven Markets: Trends,
Forecasts, and Analysis 2012-2017" is now available from INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics
Industry. Written by industry consultant, Rick Jezzi, A.D. Jezzi and Associates, LLC, this report
offers an in-depth look into nonwoven consumption, demand and technologies in disposable and
durable nonwoven market segments across the entire Latin America region.
"Latin America is one of the most dynamic and vibrant regions in the nonwovens industry," says author Rick Jezzi. This report highlights the key demographics and trends that will impact growth throughout the region. It offers a detailed look into the hygiene category with analysis of market size and penetration rates, growth by product type and nonwoven consumption.
"For companies who are operating in Latin America, or those contemplating doing so, this report serves as an excellent resource on the players, the drivers and the outlook for the most important market segments and product categories," says INDA President Dave Rousse.
In addition to the hygiene and wipes markets, this report also includes coverage of the key durable nonwoven market segments. Durable segments include medical, automotive, filtration, furniture and bedding, shoes, geotextiles, construction, apparel and packaging. "Nonwoven production in Latin America continues to grow to meet the demands of the durables segment with automotive and filtration showing the fastest growth," says Jezzi.
This report is available for immediate purchase. Author Rick Jezzi will be presenting a synopsis of his full report during the conference portion of the upcoming IDEA 2013, International Engineered Fabrics Conference & Exposition, April 22-25, 2013, Miami Beach, Florida USA.
For more information or to order this new report, visit: http://www.inda.org/store/store_categories/research-reports/ <http://www.inda.org/store/store_categories/research-reports/>
Posted on March 18, 2013