for the year 2005
Lenzing is starting a collaboration with debra-austria, the self-help organization for children suffering from epidermolysis bullosa.
Lenzing and Zimmer AG, an enterprise of the GEA Group, concluded a licensing agreement on the extended application of lyocell fiber technology.
Lenzing Group sales for the first nine months of 2005 rose by 9.4% to EUR 697.6 mill. as compared to EUR 637.5 mill. for the reference period of 2004. This was effected by an increase in quantity and by the full consolidation of the Tencel group for the whole reporting period despite a weak market and declining fiber prices.
The Lenzing Group, world leader in the production of man-made cellulose fibers, will increase fiber prices by at least five percent at the beginning of the first quarter 2006.
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Global pricing pressure on fibers – weaker second half expected. The Lenzing Group again succeeded in obtaining a satisfactory result for the first half of 2005, despite significantly declined general conditions.
Experts in viscose fiber production discuss central issues regarding the future of sustainable fibers from wood as raw material
With its decision of 5 April 2005, which was served on Lenzing AG yesterday, the Austrian Cartel Court approved the acquisition of the Tencel group by Lenzing AG.
With its decision of 14 February 2005 the Austrian Supreme Court confirmed the decision of the anti-trust authority of 28 October 2004 which restrained Lenzing from acquiring Tencel.
Capacity: 60,000 tons/year – Partnership with Nanjing Chemical Fibre Company
The Lenzing Group, a worldwide leading manufacturer of cellulose-based fibers will build its own viscose fiber production plant in China.