Aircraft Textiles
Interior fabrics and air cabin fashion 25 supplier profiles (1st edition)

Aircraft Textiles: Interior fabrics and air cabin fashion – 25 supplier profiles provides a timely review and analysis of the global aircraft textiles industry and builds on the expertise of MobileTex, our monthly newsletter covering the transport textiles sector.

In addition to providing an overview of the global aviation industry and the wide-ranging use of textile materials in aircraft, 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 aircraft textiles.

Written by internationally respected textile journalist and MobileTex editor Geoff Fisher, this in-depth report, with more than 150 pages:
• examines the global aviation industry
• defines aircraft fabrics and textiles
• identifies key areas of application
• contains profiles of leading producers of aircraft textiles

ISBN 978-0-9565-2380-8

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Textile furnishings, including seat covers, curtain fabrics, carpets, wallcoverings, blankets and headrest covers, are an important element of any aircraft interior. They enable an airline to develop and reinforce its corporate identity and offer much greater scope for customisation than most other interior products. Passengers register an airline’s identity within the cabin environment through the stimuli of a number of factors in which textiles have the greatest part to play.

 

This new report will help you to identify:

• key trends in the global aviation industry
• principal drivers for aircraft interiors
• current and future production methods for aircraft textiles
• challenges and threats to the increased use of aircraft fabrics
• future trends in aircraft textiles.

The report also contains the latest available financial, product and technical information on the most important global companies operating in the aircraft textiles industry. It highlights the changing strategies and initiatives of these groups as they seek growth opportunities in this rapidly evolving market. 


Company profiles

The report features more than 25 company profiles of leading players in the aircraft textiles sector, including:
Alpha Style, AmSafe, Anker-Teppichboden, Axminster Carpets, BIC Carpets, Botany Weaving Mill, Bute Fabrics, Car Trim Group, Desso, E-Leather, Kalogridis International, Lantal Textiles, Les Tissages de Charlieu, Mexmil Textiles, Mohawk Aviation Carpet, Neotex, Replin Fabrics, ROHI Stoffe, Shanghai Haoliwen, Tapis, Tisca Tiara, Tex Tech, Texinter, Trevira.

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