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Specialty Fibers: Technologies and Global Markets

NEW YORK April 23, 2012

Specialty Fibers: Technologies and Global Markets

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INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The goal of this report is to provide a detailed and comprehensive multi-client study of the North American market for carbon, aramid, partially oxidized polyacrylonitrile, polybenzimidazole, and other specialty fibers used in aircraft and aerospace, sporting goods, automotive, and other industrial products as well as the potential business opportunities in the market. The report’s objectives include a thorough coverage of the underlying economic issues driving the specialty fiber and materials business as well as assessments of new and potential products that companies are developing. Social, political, and regulatory issues are also covered, as are international markets. Another important objective is to provide realistic market data and forecasts for specialty fibers.

This technology/marketing report starts with an overview of specialty fiber types including a history of fiber development and the overall composites marketplace. The report then moves on to processing technology trends and secondary processing and fabrication methods before proceeding to a detailed assessment of markets and product applications. This assesses the market growth, materials, production, status of commercial development, barriers to entry, and market leaders. A comprehensive analysis of the industry structure is provided and ends with profiles of the leading specialty fiber companies.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

China

In the long term the market for specialty fibers will expand as a result of technological advancements and strength in several end-use markets. With the rapid changes in the industry structure and in the accelerated rise of new, expanding applications, a technology/marketing report with an updated unified view of materials and applications is needed.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

In a multi-client format, this study provides the most complete accounting of specialty fiber developments currently available. It provides the most thorough and up-to-date assessment that can be found anywhere on the subject. The study also provides extensive quantification of the many important facets of market developments in specific fibers. This, in turn, contributes to the determination of what kind of strategic response suppliers may adopt in order to compete in this market.

Audiences for this study include marketing executives, business unit managers, commercial development directors, and other decision-makers in specialty fiber companies. Technology suppliers, fabricators and assemblers, suppliers of competing and ancillary materials, suppliers of plastic resins, end-use product manufacturing companies, and other companies peripheral to this business also represent a key audience.

SCOPE OF REPORT

North America North America the United States Canada

Western Europe Japan China

In order to generate the information necessary to construct a reasonable future market for specialty fibers, it is necessary to undertake an examination of the advantages and disadvantages of the various types of materials and technologies. In addition to various fiber types, this examination also covers the many issues concerning the merits and future prospects of the business, including corporate strategies, technologies, and the means for providing these products and service offerings. It also covers in detail the regulatory and economic issues that so many regard as critical to the industry’s current state of change. The report provides a review of the specialty fibers industry and its structure, and the many companies involved in providing these materials and technologies. The competitive position of the main players in the market and the strategic options they face are also discussed, as well as such competitive factors as marketing, distribution, and operations.

In this report, the term revenue is equivalent to, and is used interchangeably with the terms purchases, demand, and sales. All growth rates mentioned in the tables and in the text are based on the compound annual rate of growth from 2011 through the year 2016. In most cases, the actual quantity or volume (in pounds) is measured, and the calculated growth rates are easy to comprehend. Because current dollar measures are used to measure revenues, these growth rates reflect the growth in volume or real growth, including the effects of price changes and changes in product/service mix. The sum of the components in tables may not add to the total due to independent rounding. Historical data from 2007 through 2011 are presented in the tables in this report. Data prior to 2007 are available.

The research methodology was qualitative in nature and employed a triangulating approach, which aids validity. The research involved two stages, one involving secondary research and the other primary research.

Initially, a patent search and analysis was conducted. This strategy identified companies and market applications and was the initiating force in research direction. Next, a comprehensive and exhaustive search of the literature on carbon, aramid, and other specialty fibers was conducted. These secondary sources included automotive and related journals and related books, trade literature, marketing literature, other product/promotional literature, annual reports, security analyst reports, and other publications.

In a second phase, a series of semistructured interviews were conducted with marketing executives, engineers, business unit managers, design engineers, and other personnel at the specialty fiber companies. Other sources include academics, technology and materials suppliers, technical experts, trade association officials, government officials, and consulting companies. These were a rich source of data. Subsequent analysis of the documents and interview notes was iterative.

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS

Calvin Swift

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES . 1

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 1

INTENDED AUDIENCE 2

SCOPE OF REPORT 2

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS 3

RELATED BCC REPORTS 4

BCC ON-LINE SERVICES . 4

DISCLAIMER . 5

CHAPTER TWO: SUMMARY 6

SUMMARY 6

SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 7

SUMMARY TABLE THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SPECIALTY FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 8

SUMMARY FIGURE THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SPECIALTY FIBERS, 2007-2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 9

CHAPTER THREE: REGULATORY, ECONOMIC, AND TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT 10

OVERVIEW . 10

REGULATORY CONSIDERATIONS 10

REGULATIONS PROMOTING DEMAND . 10

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES . 11

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES (CONTINUED) . 12

END-OF-LIFE ISSUES 13

PRODUCT SAFETY . 13

DEVELOPMENTS IN END-USE MARKETS . 14

TABLE 1 GLOBAL ECONOMIC, TRADE, AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION GROWTH, 2007?2016 (PERCENT CHANGE PER YEAR IN OUTPUT VOLUME) . 14

AIRCRAFT/AEROSPACE 15

TABLE 2 SPECIALTY FIBERS USED IN THE GLOBAL AIRCRAFT/AEROSPACE MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 15

Opportunities from New Programs . 16

Opportunities from New Programs (Continued) . 17

FIGURE 1 TRENDS IN THE DIFFUSION OF COMPOSITES IN SELECTED COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY APPLICATIONS, 1970- 2010 (%) 18

FIGURE 2 MATERIAL COMPOSITION OF 787 DREAMLINER STRUCTURE (%) . 19

Aerospace Market Dynamics. 20

FIGURE 3 LARGE COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT ORDERS, 1995–2010 21

Aerospace Market Dynamics (Continued) . 22

Aerospace Market Dynamics (Continued) . 23

Aerospace Market Dynamics (Continued) . 24

Aircraft/Aerospace Market Outlook 25

SPORTING GOODS . 25

TABLE 3 SPECIALTY FIBERS USED IN THE GLOBAL SPORTING GOODS MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 26

AUTOMOTIVE . 27

TABLE 4 SPECIALTY FIBERS USED IN THE GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 27

TABLE 5 GLOBAL LIGHT VEHICLE ASSEMBLIES BY REGION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 28

North American Outlook . 29

Global Outlook . 30

Global Outlook (Continued) 31

Changes in Industry Structure . 32

INDUSTRIAL . 32

TABLE 6 SPECIALTY FIBERS USED IN THE GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 33

TABLE 7 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION GROWTH, SELECTED NATIONS, 2007?2016 (PERCENT CHANGE PER YEAR IN OUTPUT VOLUME) . 34

CHAPTER FOUR: NEW DIRECTIONS OF TECHNOLOGY: ANALYSIS OF PATENT TRENDS . 35

FIGURE 4 SPECIALTY FIBER PATENTS ISSUED BY YEAR, 2003?2011 36

FIGURE 5 SPECIALTY FIBER PATENTS ISSUED BY MATERIAL, 2008–2011 (%) 37

FIGURE 6 SPECIALTY FIBER PATENTS BY NATION, 2008–2011 (%) 38

FIGURE 6 (CONTINUED) 39

TABLE 8 SPECIALTY FIBER-RELATED PATENT ACTIVITY, BY

ASSIGNEE WITH FIVE OR MORE PATENTS, 2008?2011 39

CHAPTER FIVE: SPECIALTY FIBERS . 40

OVERVIEW . 40

TABLE 9 GLOBAL SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY VOLUME, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 40

TABLE 10 GLOBAL SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY VALUE, THROUGH 2012 ($ MILLIONS) . 41

CARBON FIBERS . 42

HISTORY OF CARBON FIBER 42

History of Carbon Fiber (Continued) 43

History of Carbon Fiber (Continued) 44

FIGURE 7 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CARBON FIBER, 1970?2010 45

TECHNOLOGY 46

PAN-Based Fibers . 46

Pitch-Based Fibers. 47

FIGURE 8 HOW CARBON FIBER IS MADE 47

Rayon-Based Fibers . 48

Chemical Vapor Deposition . 48

Processing of Carbon Fibers 49

Continuous-Fiber Composites 49

Discontinuous-Fiber Composites 50

Non-Polymeric Matrixes . 51

Forms Available . 51

COMPETITIVE COMPARISON . 52

TABLE 11 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CARBONCARBON COMPOSITES . 53

NORTH AMERICA

Aircraft/Aerospace . 54

FIGURE 9 NORTH AMERICAN AIRCRAFT/AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS FOR CARBON FIBER (%) . 55

Military Aircraft Applications 56

TABLE 12 MILITARY AIRCRAFT PROGRAMS INCORPORATING CARBON FIBERS 57

Commercial Aircraft Applications 58

Regional/Business Aircraft Applications . 59

Helicopter Applications 60

Space/Rocket Applications 60

Space/… (Continued) 61

Other Aircraft/Aerospace Applications 62

Sporting Goods . 62

TABLE 13 NORTH AMERICAN SPORTING GOODS MARKETS FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 63

Automotive . 64

TABLE 14 NORTH AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE MARKETS FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 65

Other Industrial 66

TABLE 15 NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL MARKETS FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 67

North American Outlook Summary 68

TABLE 16 NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 69

WESTERN EUROPE

WESTERN EUROPE

Aircraft/Aerospace . 70

Sporting Goods . 71

Automotive . 71

Other Industrial 72

JAPAN

TABLE 18 JAPAN OUTLOOK FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 73

Aircraft/Aerospace . 74

Sporting Goods . 74

Automotive . 75

Other Industrial 76

CHINA

TABLE 19 CHINA OUTLOOK FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 77

REST OF THE WORLD . 77

TABLE 20 REST OF THE WORLD OUTLOOK FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 78

PRICES . 78

Prices (Continued) . 79

GLOBAL OUTLOOK . 80

TABLE 21 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR CARBON FIBERS BY MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 80

TABLE 22 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR CARBON FIBERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 81

FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS: CARBON FIBERS . 81

Intensity of Rivalry 82

New Entrants. 82

Substitute Products . 83

Buyer Power . 83

Supplier Power 83

FIGURE 10 CARBON FIBER SUPPLY CHAIN 84

CARBON FIBER INDUSTRY STRUCTURE . 84

SUPPLIERS . 85

FIGURE 11 GLOBAL CARBON FIBER MARKET SHARE BY PRODUCER, 2011 (190.2 MILLION POUNDS) 86

FIGURE 12 GLOBAL CARBON FIBER CAPACITY BY NATION/REGION, 2011 (190.2 MILLION POUNDS) 87

FIGURE 12 (CONTINUED). 88

ARAMID FIBERS . 89

TECHNOLOGY 89

NORTH AMERICA

Aircraft/Aerospace . 91

TABLE 23 NORTH AMERICAN AIRCRAFT/AEROSPACE MARKET FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 91

Sporting Goods . 92

Automotive . 92

TABLE 24 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ARAMID FIBER IN FRICTION PRODUCTS . 92

TABLE 25 REASONS AGAINST USING ADDITIONAL ARAMID FIBER IN FRICTION MATERIALS . 93

Automotive (Continued) . 94

TABLE 26 NORTH AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE MARKET FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 95

Industrial . 95

TABLE 27 NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL MARKET FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 95

Industrial (Continued) 96

Outlook . 97

TABLE 28 NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 98

WESTERN EUROPE

TABLE 29 WESTERN EUROPEAN OUTLOOK FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 99

JAPAN

TABLE 30 JAPANESE OUTLOOK FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 99

CHINA

TABLE 31 CHINESE OUTLOOK FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 100

REST OF THE WORLD . 100

TABLE 32 REST OF THE WORLD OUTLOOK FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 101

PRICES . 101

OUTLOOK 101

TABLE 33 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR ARAMID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 102

SUPPLIERS . 102

FIGURE 13 GLOBAL META-ARAMID FIBER MARKET SHARE, 2011 (%) . 103

Suppliers (Continued) 104

FIGURE 14 GLOBAL PARA-ARAMID MARKET SHARE, 2011 (%) 105

PARTIALLY OXIDIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE (POA) FIBERS 105

TECHNOLOGY 106

MARKETS 106

NORTH AMERICA

WESTERN EUROPE

THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 107

JAPAN

(THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 108

OUTLOOK 108

TABLE 37 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR PARTIALLY OXIDIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 109

SUPPLIERS . 109

FIGURE 15 GLOBAL PARTIALLY OXIDIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE FIBER MARKET SHARE, 2011 (%) 110

HIGH-STRENGTH POLYETHYLENE FIBERS 110

TECHNOLOGY 111

MARKETS 111

OUTLOOK 112

TABLE 38 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR HIGH-STRENGTH POLYETHYLENE FIBERS BY MARKET, THROUGH 2016

(THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 112

TABLE 39 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR HIGH-STRENGTH POLYETHYLENE FIBERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2016

(THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 113

SUPPLIERS . 113

FIGURE 16 GLOBAL HIGH-STRENGTH POLYETHYLENE FIBER MARKET SHARE, 2011 (%) 114

POLYBENZIMIDAZOLE (PBI) FIBERS . 115

TECHNOLOGY 115

MARKETS 115

OUTLOOK 116

TABLE 40 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR POLYBENZIMIDAZOLE (PBI) FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 116

TABLE 41 NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK FOR POLYBENZIMIDAZOLE (PBI) FIBERS BY MARKET, THROUGH

2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 117

SUPPLIER 117

OTHER ADVANCED FIBERS . 118

TABLE 42 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR OTHER ADVANCED FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 118

METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE (MMC) FIBERS 119

Manufacturing Technology . 119

Manufacturing Technology (Continued) 120

Barriers to Adoption 121

Markets 122

TABLE 43 MMC APPLICATIONS BY MARKET SEGMENT . 123

Outlook . 124

TABLE 44 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE (MMC) FIBERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 124

TABLE 45 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR METAL MATRIX COMPOSITE (MMC) FIBERS BY MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 125

Suppliers 125

POLYPHENYLENE SULFIDE (PPS) FIBERS 126

Manufacturing Technology . 126

Markets 127

Outlook . 128

TABLE 46 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR POLYPHENYLENE SULFIDE (PPS) FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 128

Suppliers 129

FIGURE 17 GLOBAL POLYPHENYLENE SULFIDE (PPS) FIBER MARKET SHARE, 2011 (%) 130

POLYIMIDE FIBERS 131

Manufacturing Technology . 131

Markets 132

Outlook 133

TABLE 47 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR POLYIMIDE FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 133

Supplier 134

POLYAMIDEIMIDE (PAI) FIBERS 134

TABLE 48 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR POLYAMIDEIMIDE (PAI) FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 135

NOVOLOID FIBERS . 135

TABLE 49 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR NOVOLOID FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 136

MISCELLANEOUS ADVANCED FIBERS 136

TABLE 50 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR MISCELLANEOUS ADVANCED FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (POUNDS) . 137

Boron 138

TABLE 51 FIGHTER AND OTHER AIRCRAFT USING BORON FIBER . 139

TABLE 52 NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK FOR BORON FIBERS BY MARKET, THROUGH 2016 (POUNDS). 140

TABLE 53 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR BORON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (POUNDS) 141

Carbon-Silicon Carbide . 141

Carbon-Silicon … (Continued) 142

TABLE 54 GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR CARBON-SILICON CARBIDE FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 (POUNDS) . 143

Miscellaneous Advanced Fibers 143

Steel Fibers 144

CHAPTER SIX: INTERNATIONAL MARKETS 145

OVERVIEW . 145

TABLE 55 GLOBAL SPECIALTY FIBER OUTLOOK BY REGION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 145

FIGURE 18 SHARE OF INCREMENTAL GLOBAL GROWTH IN SPECIALTY FIBERS DEMAND: 1999–2011 VERSUS 2011–2016 (%) . 146

FIGURE 18 (CONTINUED). 147

NORTH AMERICA

TABLE 56 NORTH AMERICAN SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY FIBER, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) . 148

WESTERN EUROPE

WESTERN EUROPE

TABLE 57 WESTERN EUROPEAN SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY FIBER, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 151

JAPAN

TABLE 58 JAPANESE SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY FIBER, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 153

CHINA

TABLE 59 CHINESE SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY FIBER, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 154

REST OF THE WORLD 155

TABLE 60 REST OF WORLD SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET BY FIBER, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF POUNDS) 156

REST OF THE WORLD (CONTINUED) 157

CHAPTER SEVEN: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE . 158

OVERVIEW . 158

TABLE 61 STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN SPECIALTY FIBERS MARKET . 159

INNOVATION AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 159

TECHNOLOGICAL STRATEGIES . 160

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FUNDING . 160

OTHER RESEARCH ACTIVITIES . 161

Other Research Activities (Continued) . 162

FUTURE TRENDS IN RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT . 163

MANUFACTURING STRATEGIES 163

SCALE ECONOMIES AND VERTICAL INTEGRATION . 164

LABOR 164

COST STRUCTURE. 165

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE . 165

MARKETING 166

PRICING AND BARGAINING POWER . 166

MARKET SEGMENTATION 167

DIFFERENTIATION STRATEGIES . 167

RELATIONS WITH OEM CUSTOMERS . 168

GLOBAL MARKETING . 169

DISTRIBUTION AND OTHER MARKETING . 170

Distribution and … (Continued) . 171

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS . 172

TYPES OF COMPANIES. 172

CONCENTRATION . 172

CONSOLIDATION . 173

CHAPTER EIGHT: COMPANY PROFILES . 174

NORTH AMERICAN COMPANIES 174

3M COMPANY . 174

ADVANCED COMPOSITES GROUP LTD. 175

ADVANCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS, LLC . 176

AEROCELL CORPORATION . 176

ALBANY

ALDILA, INC. . 177

ALLIANT TECHSYSTEMS INC. 177

AMERICAN METAL FIBERS INC. 178

ASTENJOHNSON, INC. . 178

BALLARD MATERIAL PRODUCTS, INC. 179

CPS TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION . 180

CYTEC INDUSTRIES, INC. 180

E.I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY 181

E.I. DuPont de Nemours

ELECTRO FIBER TECHNOLOGIES LLC 183

FMW COMPOSITE SYSTEMS, INC. . 183

GRAFIL, INC. . 184

HEXCEL CORPORATION 184

HITCO CARBON COMPOSITES, INC. 185

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. 186

J.D. LINCOLN

METAL MATRIX CAST COMPOSITES, INC. . 187

MOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE MATERIALS INC. 188

MUTUAL INDUSTRIES INC. . 189

NELCOTE, INC. . 189

PBI PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS, INC. 190

PERFORMANCE MATERIALS CORPORATION . 190

QUANTUM COMPOSITES, INC. . 191

RIBBON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION . 191

RIO TINTO ALCAN, INC. . 192

SHAKESPEARE COMPANY LLC 192

SPECIALTY MATERIALS, INC 193

STARFIRE SYSTEMS, INC. . 193

TENCATE ADVANCED COMPOSITES. 194

TRITON SYSTEMS, INC. 195

UNIFRAX CORPORATION . 195

ZOLTEK COMPANIES, INC. 196

WESTERN EUROPEAN COMPANIES 197

NV BEKAERT SA 197

COMPAGNIE DE SAINT-GOBAIN SA 198

DSM N.V. 198

EVONIK FIBRES GMBH 199

KERMEL SAS

RATH AG 200

SGL GROUP . 201

SOCIKTK DES FIBRES DE CARBONE S.A. (SOFICAR) . 202

UMECO PLC 203

JAPANESE COMPANIES 203

DENKA KAGAKU KOGYO K.K. 204

GUN EI CHEMICAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD. . 204

KUREHA CORPORATION . 205

MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL HOLDINGS CORPORATION 206

NICHIAS CORPORATION 207

NIPPON CARBON CO., LTD. . 207

NIPPON GRAPHITE FIBER CORPORATION 208

OSAKA

OTSUKA CHEMICAL CO., LTD. 209

SHIKOKU CHEMICALS CORPORATION 210

SUMITOMO CHEMICAL COMPANY, LIMITED . 210

TAIMEI CHEMICALS COMPANY, LTD. 211

TEIJIN LIMITED 211

Teijin Limited (Continued) 212

TOHO TENAX CO., LTD. 213

TOKAI CARBON CO., LTD. 214

TORAY INDUSTRIES, INC. . 214

TORAY MONOFILAMENT CO., LTD. . 215

TOYOBO CO. LTD. 216

UBE INDUSTRIES, LTD. 217

CHINESE COMPANIES 217

EAST ASIA

CHINA

DALIAN

JIANGSU

LIANYUNGANG ZHONGFU LIANZHONG COMPOSITES

GROUP CO., LTD. 219

SHANGHAI

SICHUAN

JILIN

SRO GROUP LIMITED . 221

WEIHAI TUOZHAN FIBER CO., LTD. 222

YANTAI SPANDEX CO., LTD. . 222

OTHER COMPANIES 223

AKSA AKRILIK KIMYA SANAYII A.S. . 223

FORMOSA PLASTICS CORPORATION 223

Formosa Plastics (Continued) . 224

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