Rate of U.S. Exports for Roll Goods Continues To Expand

Mayberry, Peter; Franken, Jessica
May 2006
Nonwovens Industry;May2006, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p18
The article reports that U.S. exports of nonwoven roll goods hit a record high of more than 263 million kilograms in 2005, according to government-compiled statistics. Export growth during the year has surpassed import growth for the first time in five years. Exports also outpaced imports in terms of worth or value.


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