iAbrasive: Price of Coated Abrasives May Go Up Due to Cotton Production Dip

iAbrasive, a well-known online trade platform for abrasives, abrasive products and diamond tools, recently indicates that the price of coated abrasives may go up due to the decline of the cotton production in China.

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Zhengzhou,China (PRWEB) January 25, 2014

Recently iAbrasive, a well-known online trade platform for abrasives, abrasive products and diamond tools, indicated in a survey that the price of coated abrasives might go up due to the decline of cotton production in China.

According to the statistics published on http://news.momo35.com/2014/01/21085054664.html, the cotton production in China suffered a great loss in recent years because of the bad weather. For example, The total output of cotton in 2009 was only 640 million tons, which showed a 15% decline compared with 2008’s 750 million tons. As a result, the cotton price goes up all the way. What’s worse, with the main cotton export countries, such as India, stopping exporting such kind of product, the cotton price might not go back to normal in a short time.

As is known to all, coated abrasive are abrasive grains bonded to a flexible substrate using adhesives, which usually takes the cotton cloth as the backing. “With the cotton price rising steadily, it will undoubtedly add the cost of coated abrasives, so is the price.” says Lei, the founder of iAbrasive.

About iAbrasive

Established specifically for abrasives industry involving the online purchase of abrasives, abrasive products and diamond tools, iAbrasive offers a communication and information platform (B2B) for both domestic suppliers and overseas purchasers. iAbrasive eliminates the geographic limitations with technology and professionalism. Users can also inform themselves of in-depth and comprehensive information on the latest developments, trends, services and products from different areas.

The website (http://www.iabrasive.com) now is in upgrading, and the new one will be available after the Chinese lunar new year. Users are welcome to follow at Twitter: iabrasive or Facebook: s(at)iabrasive(dot)com.

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