• Korean Hygiene Company Set For Growth

    March 8, 2008
    In 1994 Sambo Co. Ltd. began its nonwovens business, which was built upon the textile business the company started in 1979.

  • Green To The Max

    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.

  • Chinese Producer Goes Green

    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.

  • A New Face In The Industry

    December 9, 2007
    United Nonwovens is a new manufacturing company located in Mobile, AL.

  • A BeautifulMarket For Nonwovens

    November 9, 2007
    Beauty Cloth’s line of Exfolia disposable cleansing cloths, featuring Evolon nonwoven microfiber fabrics from Freudenberg, Weinheim, Germany, is now available.

  • Innovation From China

    October 9, 2007
    Founded in 1998, China-based Guangzhou Winlake Co., Ltd. specializes in developing and producing various laminated nonwoven fabrics.

  • Back To Nature

    September 9, 2007
    Based in Belgium and founded in 1898, DS Technical Nonwoven is part of DS Textile Platform, a global group of fiber, yarn and nonwoven textile companies.

  • A New Mission

    August 9, 2007
    Based in the Northeastern coastal town of Hampton, NH, Foss Manufacturing Company has been a global leader in the design and manufacture of nonwoven fabrics and specialty synthetic fiber technology for more than 50 years.

  • Solutions In Film & Fiber

    July 14, 2007
    With innovative film and nonwoven system solutions, RKW is a global leader in the business field of hygiene and medical products.

  • Here Comes Carolina

    June 14, 2007
    Following its debut appearance at the IDEA07 show in Miami in April, Carolina Nonwovens Corporation (CNC), Lincolnton, NC, was set to launch its inaugural nonwovens line as we went to press with this month’s issue.

  • A Leader Of The Packs

    May 20, 2007
    Top Brass has emerged as a diverse and flexible converter of wet wipes for private labeling and contract converting. According to Mark Burgess, Top Brass president, “We expanded in 2002 and we’re looking at our next facility addition right now.”

  • Americo Expands In Airlaid

    April 20, 2007
    Americo was founded in Atlanta, GA in 1969. The company, formerly known as American Manufacturing Company, changed its name to Americo shortly after the move to its current facility in Acworth, GA in 1981.

  • A Winner In The Medical Market

    March 12, 2007
    Winner Medical Group’s operating subsidiary Winner Medical Group Ltd. (WMG) was incorporated in 1991 and is one of the largest medical disposable product manufacturers in China.

  • Spunbond Chinese Style

    February 20, 2007
    Six years after the establishment of sister company Zhejiang Huayin Plastics Co. in 1992, spunbond nonwovens producer Zhejiang Huayin Nonwovens was born.

  • From Paper To Nonwovens

    January 16, 2007
    Established in 1991 with just a sheeter and a trimmer, Precision Paper Converters (PPC) has grown into a converter of coated and uncoated papers, paperboard and OPP films as well as tissue products.

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