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September 18, 2006
Headquartered in Wattrelos, France, Intissel is a subsidiary of the Chargeurs Group, and has been listed on the Paris stock exchange since the early 1970s.   Read More »
August 14, 2006
The Akmina Paz. A.S. group of companies was established in 1994 with the launch of a production line for thermal bonded nonwoven felts.   Read More »
July 10, 2006
Nanosyntex (NST) was founded in 2003 to support the needs of the U.S. military and polymer industries through product innovation.   Read More »
June 12, 2006
American Custom Converting of Green Bay, WI is considered a multi-faceted converter. Better yet is the fact that its processing expertise is applied mainly to nonwovens.   Read More »
May 13, 2006
S&S Specialty Systems is making its mark in the nonwovens converting industry due to its results-driven approach to offering novel equipment solutions.  Read More »
April 10, 2006
Phoenix Fabrikations bv, Cuijk, The Netherlands, is one of the major distributors of nonwoven fabrics in Europe.   Read More »
March 6, 2006
Span Packaging Services is a part of the Cloud Packaging Solutions group of companies. Span Packaging Services originally began in 1986 as a part of Span America Medical Systems Inc.   Read More »
December 2, 2005
Four Star Converting is a privately-owned corporation established in 1985.   Read More »
December 2, 2005
Fritz Landolt AG was founded in Nafels, Switzerland in 1884 and was originally a producer of ropes.   Read More »
September 4, 2005
Kronosept AB was established in 1947 by Emil Emond, whose aim was to provide quality feminine hygiene products to fit each woman's individual needs.   Read More »