Pegas Nonwovens customer Kimberly-Clark (KC) which reported last Thursday it will leave European diapers market since 2014, will not shut down Czech diaper factory in Czech Republic in Jaromer, spokesman Kouril said to BBG on Friday. Pegas “analyzing” impact of Kimberly-Clark’s decision to leave most European markets, expects “some” decline in demand, Kouril said. /Pegas products for diapers represents of about 70% of total Pegas production volume and we expect KC accounts for 10-15% of that. The worst ‘theoretical’ impact on Pegas would be up to 10% production drop out in 2014. As we expect the size of nappy market in Europe should remain unchanged as other producers step in, we expect Pegas should be able to replace any drop out in demand with other customers and moreover if factory in Jaromer is not to be shut down, the total impact should be minimal. Pegas shares lost 2.7 % on Friday.