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Pci fibres conference begins on nov 7 in hong kong

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Date: 30-08-2013
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The PCI Fibres Conference 2013 will take place on 7-8 November 2013 at the JW Marriott, Pacific Place, Hong Kong.
This conference will feature speakers on the various markets for a number of fibres including acrylics, carbon, nylon, polyester, polypropylene, spandex and viscose as well as the prime feedstock and intermediates for these.
There will also be coverage of wool from a leading industry expert and of cotton from the PCI Group's own specialist, as well as a strategic view from one of Hong Kong's leading commentators.
The programme is as follows:
Thursday 7 November 2013
- Fibres review: Peter Driscoll, PCI Consulting Group
- Nylon 6 value chain - key developments: D Pulikeshi, SRF Ltd
- The new century consumer market: Allan Wang, Australian Wool Innovation
- The advantages of blending polyester with ‘Tencel': Andreas Dorner, Lenzing
- Economics and strategic review: Paul Krake, View from the Peak
- Nylon fibres: global segment opportunities: David Hart, Opus Business Consultants
- New developments for carbon fibre in the automotive industry: Scott Carlton, SGL Carbon
- Australian wool from commodity to luxury: Allan Wang, Australian Wool Innovation
- Polyester staple markets in the Americas: Mark Ruday, DAK Americas
Friday 8 November 2013
- Consequences of China's cotton policy on MMF: Bruna Angel, PCI Consulting Group
- The continuing imbalance between PX and PTA: Steve Jenkins, PCI Consulting Group
- The prospects for caprolactam: Crystal Chiang, PCI Consulting Group
- Issues of MEG supply: Doug Rightler, PCI Consulting Group
- A panel discussion on the supply chain from feedstock to fibre with: Douglas Hsu, Far Eastern Group
Richard Brice, Robin MacDonald & Helen McGeough, PCI Consulting Group
- A workshop on the topic: Excess fibres capacity and its resolution:
Members of the PCI Fibres team will each present a 5 minute situation and outlook report on the threat of excess fibres capacity in China, to cover questions such as: (1) whether any excess can be absorbed eventually by domestic demand in China; and (2) how excess supply might affect the tendency in some of China's export markets to return to more local sourcing.
About PCI Fibres Conference:
The PCI Fibres Conference is a marketing conference covering the broad sweep of textile fibres and certain of their raw materials.  It therefore offers a broader multi-fibre perspective than is the case with other more specialised gatherings.
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