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Filtration Makers Respond to Changing World
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published November 16, 2012
Protecting processes and improving sustainability are new challenges facing the filtration market. Read More »
Published November 1, 2012
Jari Koikkalainen will lead business starting in February. Read More »
Ahlstrom
Published September 10, 2012
Helsinki, Finland www.ahlstrom 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $1.3 billion   Key Personnel: Jan Lang, president and CEO; Fulvio Capussotti, executive vice president, advanced fi ltration; Jari Koikkalainen, executive vice president, transportation fi ltr… Read More »
Published April 9, 2011
Index Preview Ahlstrom Booth 1530   Ahlstrom is a high performance materials company, partnering with leading businesses around the world to help them stay ahead. Products are used in a large variety of everyday applications, such as fi… Read More »
Filtration Attracts A Crowd
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published November 8, 2006
high volumes, high margins make filtration a winning bet for many nonwovens producers Read More »
Published July 17, 2014
Moves further into high performance fiber segment with expansion at Asota site. Read More »
Kara introduces hand sanitizing wipes
Published July 9, 2014
Touts dual advantage of new product. Read More »
Published May 2, 2014
Plan will separate household products from personal care. Read More »
Published January 23, 2014
The TJ Beall Company has launched a new website at www.tjbeall.com. The new site offers an enhanced visual layout and easy navigation for users. The site is broken into two distinct segments. The first is dedicated to natural fibers for nonwovens cov… Read More »
Published November 13, 2013
Martex Fiber Southern Corp. has acquired the Charlotte, NC-based waste services division of Bollag International. Bollag collects and markets textile wastes including natural and synthetic waste, cuttings, rags and fabric remnants. The acquisition of… Read More »