Ceresana issues study on polyamides
Market research institute Ceresana announced a new study on polyamides, said to be among the most versatile plastics. The study expects sales growth for polyamides from 3.1 percent per year to approximately $31.2 billion dollars in 2022. According to Oliver Kutsch, CEO of Ceresana, especially important are polyamide 6 and polyamide 66 are important. “In 2014, global revenues of $24.4 billion dollars were achieved with these two polyamide types." Synthetic fibers made of polyamide, colloquially called "nylon," are said to be very tear- and abrasion-resistant. They have a very high elasticity and shape stability. Polyamide 6 and polyamide 66 are mainly used for the production of textile and industrial filaments.
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