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Textile Fibres Eurasia Report & Database

  • ID: 5520465
  • Report
  • July 2022
  • Region: Asia Pacific, Europe
  • 1930 Pages
  • DataGroup Booksellers

TEXTILE FIBRES EURASIA REPORT + DATABASE


The Textile Fibres Eurasia Report & Database gives Market Consumption/Products/Services for 4 countries by each Product by 3 Time series: From 1997/2007 to the Current Year (annually) and Forecast for each year to 2049.

Countries covered include: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Uzbekistan.

59 MARKET RESEARCH CHAPTERS


SPREADSHEET CHAPTERS


Market Consumption - in US$ by Country by Product/Service by Year. Market, Financial, Competitive, Market Segmentation, Industry, Critical Parameters, Marketing Costs, Markets, Decision Makers, Performance, Product Launch.
  • REGIONAL & COUNTRY DATA
  • MARKET DATABASES & SPREADSHEETS
  • FINANCIAL DATABASES & SPREADSHEETS
  • INDUSTRY DATABASES & SPREADSHEETS

Data includes Market Consumption by individual Product/Service, Per-Capita Consumption, Marketing Costs & Margins, Product Launch Data, Buyers, End Users & Customer Profile, Consumer Demographics. Historic Balance Sheets, Forecast Financial Data, Industry Profile, National Data.

The report and database is supplied as a Zip file containing the reports and databases.

170 Products/Markets covered.

This Regional Report + Database will contain about 15,000 files, including:

1. Regional Summary Report (PDF)
2. Regional Summary Report (Word)
3. Data Pages: about 2,000
4. Chapters and General (. htm) Pages: about 3,500 pages
5. Reference documents (PDF): 140
6. Templates which can be used to produce internal reports or documents (Word): 160
7. Excel spreadsheets: about 3,500
8. 4 Access databases: about 3,500
9. Excel templates, Software tools & utilities, and reference documents: 200 documents
10. Maps & Diagrams: 150

Note:


All HTM (. htm) files can be opened in Word and are designed to be paginated and indexed; and can then be output as a Word document, a PDF document, a PowerPoint file, printed hardcopy, et cetera.

All Excel spreadsheets can be opened and processed with Excel; and can be used to produce other Microsoft office document formats, PDF files, printed hardcopy, et cetera.

All Access database tables can be used and processed programmatically. The database are not locked or protected in any way.

Merge text, tables & databases for your own reports, spreadsheet calculations & modelling.

The Excel spreadsheets and Access tables are designed to be an analogue of the U. S. Government databases, specifically the U. S. Census of Manufactures and the U. S. Business Census. As such these reports are presented as Excel spreadsheets and Access tables which are compatible in structure and field names to U. S. Government databases.

There are a large number of Excel spreadsheets and Access tables in each report which are compatible with governmental and NGO databases as well as proprietary database handling software.

The Report + Database are dynamically generated, date stamped and output for each client order; and the client’s name is shown on the reports & databases.

Clients usually receive their orders via a download link in about 2-3 hours after the publishers receive the order.

A 65 page Methodology Manual is available on request.

Toolkits are available on request: 5 DVDs containing over 20GB of Reference documents, Database Utilities, Enterprise Planning, Integrated Development Environment tools, Statistical tools, Software packages, Server add-ons, et al.
170 Products/Markets covered, 1930 pages, 4044 spreadsheets, 3981 database tables, 264 illustrations. Updated monthly. 12 month After-Sales Service.

TEXTILE FIBRES EURASIA REPORT + DATABASE

The Market for Textile Fibres in each country by Products & Services.

The Textile Fibres Eurasia Report + Database covers:

TIME SERIES: Historic from 2007, Forecast to 2028 & 2049. Data given at industry/distribution channel/service or product line level.


PRODUCTS & MARKETS COVERED

TEXTILE FIBRES

1. Textile Fibres
2. Alpaca and mohair spinning on the woollen system
3. Alpaca and mohair spinning on the worsted system
4. Bast fibres preparation and spinning
5. Blending of fibres on the worsted system
6. Botany spinning
7. Camel hair spinning on the woollen system
8. Camel hair spinning on the worsted system
9. Carded sliver preparation for textiles industry
10. Carpet pile yarn spun on the woollen system
11. Carpet pile yarn spun on the worsted and semi-worsted systems
12. Carpet pile yarn, cotton
13. Coffin cloth
14. Combers’ shoddy for woollen industry
15. Combing and slubbing of wool on a commission basis
16. Core spun yarn, cotton
17. Cotton carding
18. Cotton combing
19. Cotton doubling
20. Cotton drawing
21. Cotton lap, sliver, rovings and other intermediate bobbin
22. Cotton opening
23. Cotton reeling
24. Cotton sorting
25. Cotton spinning
26. Cotton thread mill
27. Cotton warp
28. Cotton waste spinning
29. Cotton yarn
30. Cotton yarn doubling
31. Cotton yarn twisting
32. Cotton yarn warping
33. Cotton yarn winding
34. Cotton-type yarn
35. Degreasing and carbonising of wool
36. Down of vegetable origin
37. Dressed line made of flax
38. Dyeing of wool fleece
39. Embroidery cotton
40. Fingering wool
41. Fishing net yarn made of cotton
42. Flax carding
43. Flax deseeding
44. Flax dressing
45. Flax hackling
46. Flax preparing
47. Flax roughing
48. Flax sorting
49. Flax spinning
50. Flax tow
51. Flax type yarns
52. Flax-type fibre preparation and spinning
53. Hair dressing for upholsterers
54. Hemp carding
55. Hemp dressing
56. Hemp sorting
57. Hemp spinning
58. Horsehair curling
59. Horsehair dressing
60. Horsehair hackling
61. Horsehair sorting
62. Horsehair teasing
63. Jute sorting
64. Jute spinning
65. Jute tow
66. Jute winding
67. Jute yarn
68. Kapok willowing
69. Knitting yarn made of wool
70. Knitting yarn made of worsted
71. Knitting yarns (cotton)
72. Knitting yarns (man made fibres)
73. Line yarn made of flax
74. Man-made fibre bulking (other than in man-made fibre producing establishments)
75. Man-made fibre crimping (other than in man-made fibre producing establishments)
76. Man-made fibre texturing (other than in man-made fibre producing establishments)
77. Man-made fibre texturing, bulking, crimping in man-made fibre producing establishments
78. Man-made fibres spinning on the cotton system
79. Man-made fibres spinning on the woollen system
80. Man-made fibres spinning on the worsted and semi-worsted systems
81. Man-made fibres twisting on the cotton system
82. Man-made fibres twisting on the woollen system
83. Man-made fibres twisting on the worsted and semi-worsted systems
84. Man-made fibres warping on the cotton system
85. Man-made fibres warping on the woollen system
86. Man-made fibres warping on the worsted and semi-worsted systems
87. Man-made fibres winding on the cotton system
88. Man-made fibres winding on the woollen system
89. Man-made fibres winding on the worsted and semi-worsted systems
90. Merino yarn spinning
91. Mohair spinning on the woollen system
92. Mohair spinning on the worsted system
93. Noils (woollen industry)
94. Padding for upholstery
95. Recovered wool (mungo and shoddy)
96. Reeling and washing of silk
97. Scutching of flax
98. Semi-worsted yarn spinning
99. Sewing thread made of cotton
100. Silk creping
101. Silk throwing
102. Silk twisting
103. Silk warping
104. Silk waste noil spinning
105. Silk winding
106. Silk yarn
107. Sliver dyeing of wool
108. Slubbing dyeing of wool
109. Spinning on the cotton system
110. Spinning on the flax system
111. Spinning on the woollen system
112. Spinning on the worsted and semi-worsted systems
113. Sunn hemp
114. Thread for sewing and embroidery, made of cotton
115. Thread made of hemp
116. Thread made of jute
117. Thread made of linen
118. Thread made of silk
119. Topmaking (wool)
120. Tow of flax
121. Twine made of paper
122. Tyre cord (cotton system)
123. Upholstery hair fibre and filling
124. Vegetable down
125. Warp dressing (woollen)
126. Warp sizing and dressing (worsted)
127. Waste cotton yarn
128. Wool carbonising
129. Wool carding
130. Wool cleaning
131. Wool condensing
132. Wool extracting
133. Wool opening and willeying
134. Wool recovery
135. Wool scouring
136. Wool sorting
137. Wool topmaking
138. Woollen rag carbonising
139. Woollen rag carding
140. Woollen rag garnetting
141. Woollen rag grinding or pulling
142. Woollen waste breaking
143. Woollen waste garnetting
144. Woollen waste grinding
145. Woollen waste opening and willeying
146. Woollen yarn carding
147. Woollen yarn condensing
148. Woollen yarn reeling
149. Woollen yarn sizing
150. Woollen yarn spinning
151. Woollen yarn twisting
152. Woollen yarn warping
153. Woollen yarn winding
154. Woollen-type fibre preparation and spinning
155. Woollen-type yarns
156. Worsted carding
157. Worsted doubling
158. Worsted spinning and twisting
159. Worsted waste grinding
160. Worsted yarn reeling
161. Worsted yarn warping
162. Worsted yarn winding
163. Worsted-type fibres preparation and spinning
164. Worsted-type yarns
165. Yarn (cotton core)
166. Yarn for weaving, for the trade or for further processing
167. Yarn made of paper
168. Yarn of cotton
169. Yarn or sewing thread, for the trade or further processing


59 MARKET RESEARCH CHAPTER

1 Administration
2 Advertising
3 Buyers - Commercial Operations
4 Buyers - Competitors
5 Buyers - Major City
6 Buyers - Products
7 Buyers - Trade Cell
8 Competitive Industry Analysis
9 Competitor Analysis
10 Country Focus
11 Distribution
12 Business Decision Scenarios
13 Capital Costs Scenarios
14 Cashflow Option Scenarios
15 Cost Structure Scenarios
16 Historic Industry Balance Sheet
17 Historic Marketing Costs & Margins
18 Investment + Cost Reduction Scenarios
19 Market Climate Scenarios
20 Marketing Costs
21 Marketing Expenditure Scenarios
22 Marketing Margins
23 Strategic Options Scenarios
24 Survival Scenarios
25 Tactical Options Scenarios
26 Geographic Data
27 Industry Norms
28 Major City Market Analysis
29 Capital Access Scenarios
30 Market Cashflow Scenarios
31 Economic Climate Scenarios
32 Market Investment + Costs Scenarios
33 Marketing Expenditure Scenarios
34 Market Risk Scenarios
35 Market Strategic Options
36 Market Survival Options
37 Market Tactical Options
38 Marketing Expenditure -v- Market Share
39 Marketing Strategy Development
40 Markets
41 Operational Analysis
42 Overseas Development
43 Personnel Management
44 Physical Distribution + Customer Handling
45 Pricing
46 Process + Order Handling
47 Product Analysis
48 Product Development
49 Product Marketing Factors
50 Product Mix
51 Product Summary
52 Profit Risk Scenarios
53 Promotional Mix
54 Salesforce Decisions
55 Sales Promotion
56 Surveys
57 Targets -Product + Market
58 Technology
59 Trade Cell Analysis.


SPREADSHEET CHAPTERS

PRODUCT CONSUMPTION - in US$ by Country by Product/Service by Year: Historic from 2007, Forecast to 2028 & 2049. Market, Financial, Competitive, Market Segmentation, Industry, Critical Parameters, Marketing Costs, Markets, Decision Makers, Performance, Product Launch.

REGIONAL & NATIONAL REPORT MARKET DATABASE & SPREADSHEETS: Database tables & Spreadsheets covering 103 Business Scenarios by Year. Regional Database tables & Spreadsheets covering Historic Markets & Market Forecast by Year. National Database tables & Spreadsheets covering Markets, Market Forecast, Financial Forecast, Financial Margins, Historic Financial, Historic Costs, Industry Norms for each country by Year - Historic from 2007, Forecast to 2028 & 2049.

FINANCIAL SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES: 188 Balance Sheet, Financial Margins & Ratios for each of 103 Business Scenarios - by Country by Year - Historic from 2007, Forecast to 2028 & 2049.

INDUSTRY SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES: 820 Database tables & Spreadsheets covering Historic Industry Balance Sheet Data, Forecast Industry Financial Data, Industry Profiles & Norms - by Country by Year - Historic from 2007, Forecast to 2028 & 2049.

NATIONAL DATA - by Country by Year.

170 Products covered for 4 countries: 1930 pages, 4044 spreadsheets, 3981 database tables, 264 diagrams & maps.

The report and database is supplied as a Zip file containing the reports and databases. Readers can access & reproduce the information for their own documents or reports. Tables & databases as Access & Excel formats enable readers to produce their own spreadsheet calculations and modelling.

This database is updated monthly. 12 months Full After-Sales Services & Updates available from the publishers.

This report + database is also available as a World Report; 9 Regional Reports: Canada and the USA, Central America (31 countries), South America (13 countries), Europe (45 countries), Eurasia (4 countries), Middle East (19 Countries), Africa (54 countries), Asia (48 countries), and Oceania (20 countries); and for individual countries.


Countries covered include:

  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Russia
  • Uzbekistan

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