24 April 2007

Report: Automotive Textiles – The global supply chain to OEMs

40 tier 1 and tier 2 profiles

The global automotive supply industry is currently going through a period of massive change, consolidation and restructuring. At the same time, improved technologies and processes, innovative products and new materials, and growing demand offer tremendous opportunities for successful industry players. A new report from Textile Media Services, Automotive Textiles: The global supply chain to OEMs 40 tier 1 and tier 2 profiles, provides a review and analysis of the global automotive textiles industry and builds on the expertise of www.mobile-tex.com, the monthly newsletter covering the transport textiles sector.

automotive-textiles-fc-1.gifAs well as providing an overview of the global automotive industry and the wide-ranging use of textile materials in vehicles, this new report covers the latest developments with regard to product areas and leading players, bringing together the key themes that are forecast to play a prominent role in future generations of automotive textiles.

In addition to providing an overview of the global automotive industry and the wide-ranging use of textile materials in vehicles, this new report covers the latest developments with regard to product areas and leading players, bringing together the key themes that are forecast to play a prominent role in future generations of automotive textiles.

Written by Adrian Wilson, this in-depth report, with more than 200 pages and over 80 tables:
- examines the global automotive industry
- defines automotive fabrics and textiles
- identifies key areas of application
- contains 40 profiles of key users and producers of automotive textiles.

Published in May 2007, the report features 40 company profiles of leading players in the automotive textiles sector, including: Ames Europe, ArvinMeritor LVS, Aunde, Autoliv, Carcoustics, Collins & Aikman, Donaldson, Eybl International, Faurecia, Feltex Holdings/KAP International, Fezko, Fibertex, Freudenberg Nonwovens, FS Fehrer, Grammer, Grupo Antolin, Grupo Copo, Guilford, HP Pelzer, International Auto Components Group, Intier Automotive/Magna International, Japan Vilene, Johnson Controls, Lantal Textiles, Lear Corporation, Lydall, Polyamide High Performance, Prevent Group, Remploy Automotive, Rieter Automotive, Safety Components International, Sandler, Seiren, Shawmut Industries, Tachi-S, Takata, Toyobo, Toyota Boshoku, TRW, Uniproducts (India).

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(Cf. news of 2006-12-27.)

Source: Textile Media Services, 2007-04-23.

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