Charge additional charges for PTY in USA, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam
The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) recently concluded that imports of polyester textured yarn (PTY) from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam are harming the U.S. industry, according to the Department of Commerce. , they are sold within the United States). Condition below fair value. The Ministry of Commerce plans to impose anti-dumping duties (ADD) on these imported goods.

PTY is a synthetic multifilament yarn made from polyester (polyethylene terephthalate) and produced through a texturing process, which imparts special properties to the yarn filaments, such as stretch, loft, strength, moisture absorption, insulation, and appearance. Grant. natural fibers.

“The Commission’s decision gives new hope to domestic producers and their workers as fair pricing will be restored to the market. The industry is grateful for the work of the Commissioner and staff and we look forward to serving our customers. We look forward to rehiring workers to provide our services,” Paul said. The domestic industry’s lead attorney, Mr. Rosenthal of the law firm Kelley Dry & Warren, made the comments in a press release issued by U.S. Polyester Textile Yarn Producers.

The U.S. International Trade Commission recently concluded that imports of polyester textured yarn from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam are harming the U.S. industry, and according to the Department of Commerce, these polyester textured yarns are It is said that they are being sold at a price lower than the fair price. . The Department of Commerce plans to impose anti-dumping duties on such imports. #

Additional orders are expected to be announced by the end of December, according to a press release.

In October 2020, two major U.S. synthetic yarn manufacturers, Unifi Manufacturing, Inc. and Nan Ya Plastics Corporation, America, were notified by the Department of Commerce that dumped imports of processed polyester yarn from the four countries listed above were causing serious damage. and filed a petition with the USITC. To domestic industry.

The ministry launched an investigation in November 2020, and the USITC tentatively determined in December 2020 that imports from the four countries were harming domestic industries.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)


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