PFY

AcronymDefinition
PFYPolyester Filament Yarn
PFYPimply Faced Youth
PFYPrevious Fiscal Year
PFYPraying for You
PFYPride For Youth
PFYPromotions for You (est. 1989)
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Polysindo is the largest with an annual capacity to produce 350,000 tons of PFY and PSF, followed by Indorama with a capacity of 318,000 tons, Polychem with a capacity of 169,000 tons and TIFICO with a capacity of 138,000 tons a year.
61 0 Source: Data Consult Table--2 Main business players in synthetic fiber industry and capacity (tons/year) Producers PFY PSF Total 1 Polysindo 210,000 140,000 350,000 2 Indorama 262,000 56,000 318,000 3 GT Petrochem (Polychem) 110,250 85,750 196,000 4 TIFICO (Teijin Indonesia) 66,500 72,450 138,950 5 Polyfin 87,600 - 87,600 6 Indo Toray 15,000 66,000 81,000 7 SK Keris 75,250 - 75,250 Source: Data Consult Table--3 Technology used by several players in synthetic fiber industry Business players Technologies used TIFICO Teijin Ltd Sulindafin Zimmer, Reiter Scrag & Barmag (Europe) and Teijin Seiki & Murata (Japan) Indorama Zimmer & Barmag (Eropa), Toyobo, Teijin Seiki & Murata (Japan).
The PMA company has an annual capacity to produce 143,850 tons of polyester chips, 61,200 tons of PSF and 91,800 tons of PFY.
90, Filatex India (FIL) is promoted by Purshottam Bhageria and his brothers are into manufacture of Monofilament yarn and PFY.
7 million tons new production capacity of polyester will put into production, among most of are PFY, after the new production capacity put into production, the total production capacity of Chinese polyester industry will reach to 33.
However, unlike polyester mainly PSF and PFY industry, PET resin industry which also uses PTA as feedstock grew in 2001.
Nylon production was down 9% and that of PFY decreased 4%.
In 2009, PFY production declined 5% in line with the trend seen between 2000 and 2008 while that of PSF was up 13% much faster than the growth recorded between 2000 and 2008.
In polyester, it was the largest importer of filament yarn, thus be-coming the seventh largest market for PFY.
In consumption, India was the second largest consumers of PFY, PSF and cotton and third in VFY and VSF consumption and fourth largest in acrylic fibre.
Within Asia, it was only China and India that expanded their capacities, while Taiwan shut about 100,000 tons of PFY capacity.
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