March 17, 2009 || Nonwovens industry newcomer Anjani Non-wovens, a unit of Anjani Udyog Pvt Ltd, is drawing attention to nonwovens in India with its recent order of a Fleissner spunlace nonwovens line to manufacture cotton pads and wipes.
January 17, 2009 || Founded in 2001, Polypropylene Fiber Industry Ltd., better known as Polyfibers, is a privately held manufacturer and distributor of polypropylene-based multi- andmono-fibrillated yarns, crimped staple fibers, reinforcement fibers, geosynthetic bags and needlepunched nonwovens for technical and industrial end uses.
December 22, 2008 || United Bonded Fabrics (UBF) is an Australian company that can trace parts of its business back to the 1870s when the David Galt Company started manufacturing a range of felted textiles made from natural fibers in Melbourne, Australia.
November 22, 2008 || With headquarters in Guangzhou, China, Guangdong Jofo Enterprises is ranked among the top nonwovens manufacturers in China and serves customers in hygiene, medical, furniture, agriculture and packaging industries.
August 25, 2008 || Since its announcement this spring at INDEX08 that it would purchase a high capacity Giotto compact spunbond line from newly established Galileo Group, Aurora Nonwovens Srl, Imperia, Italy, is one industry newcomer attracting attention—and lots of it. Founded in April, Aurora was created as a new division of Patuano Zucchi Bassetti, a company well established in the conventional textile business since 1960.
July 2, 2008 || With its ownin-house fiber processing and bleaching plant in Lahore, Pakistan, Ihsan Sons is a manufacturer and exporter of bleached absorbent cotton and 100% cotton spunlace nonwoven Belcot brand fabrics.
June 2, 2008 || Polypropylene and polyester nonwovens maker General Nonwovens is a member of a family-owned group of companies that was established in 2000 with its primary focus on nonwoven roll goods production.
February 8, 2008 || The founders of Maxim Hygiene Products have put a new twist on their 25 years of nonwovens industry manufacturing and distribution experience to introduce a new line of organic, natural and eco-friendly hygienic products.
January 8, 2008 || American Hygienics Corporation (AHC) is a quickly growing supplier of differentiated nonwoven-based hygiene products with the manufacturing capacity to meet the growing demand for a variety of personal care hygiene items such as wipes, baby diapers, adult diapers, sanitary pads and nursing pads.