The 2006 Edition of the World Directory of Manufactured Fiber Producers has been released by the Fiber Economics Bureau.
What does FEB stand for?
FEB stands for Fiber Economics Bureau
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We have 56 other meanings of FEB in our Acronym Attic
- Fast Easy Binary
- Fat Eared Bunny (PEZ collectors)
- Féderação Espírita Brasileira (Portuguese: Brazilian Spiritist Federation)
- Federación de Educadores Bonaerenses (Argentinian education federation)
- Federación Española de Baloncesto
- Federal Executive Board
- Fédération des Entreprises de Belgique
- Fédération des Équipes Bull (French: Federation of Bull Teams)
- Federation of Belgian Enterprises
- Field Engineering Bulletin
- Field Exercise Brigade
- Financial and Economic Board (NATO)
- First Earth Battalion (James B. Channon)
- FLEETSATCOM EHF Payload (type of antenna)
- Flight Evaluation Board
- Fondation en Faveur des Enfants Brûlés (French: Foundation for Disabled Burned Children; Switzerland)
- Força Expedicionária Brasileira (Brazilian Army)
- Força Expedicionária Brasileira (Portugese: Brazilian Expeditionary Force)
- Forward Edge of Battle
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Table 1 Fiber Shipments (millions of pounds) Period O P O+P R Total 6 months 2004 185 154 339 28 367 6 months 2003 189 154 343 29 372 Change (lbs) -4 -- -4 -1 -5 Change % -2% -- -1 -3 -1 Source: Fiber Economics Bureau Table 2 Nonwovens vs.
According to Fiber Economics Bureau data, domestic shipments of manufactured staple for apparel use have declined more than 40% between 1994 and last year.
According to data recently released by the Fiber Economics Bureau (FEB), sales of olefin, polyester and rayon staple totaled 828 million pounds, virtually unchanged from the 2001 total.
pounds) -3 +4 -- +1 (%) -1 +2 -- -- source: Fiber Economics Bureau David Harrison, now retired, spent most of his working life in the manmade fiber and textile industries.
More information, or to order a directory, The Fiber Economics Bureau, 703-875-0676; Fax: 703-875-0675.
pounds) -12 +3 -1 -10 (%) -5 +2 -3 -3 source: Fiber Economics Bureau TABLE 2 Shipments By Market Six months Six months 2001 2002 Change lbs/%.
The data for the first three months of 2002 recently released by the Fiber Economics Bureau (FEB) suggest that perhaps the worst is over, but they are not exactly cause for jubilation.