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  • Berk Wiper—Big Company Selection; Small Company Service

    Berk Wiper—Big Company Selection; Small Company Service

    Karen McIntyre, editor || September 14, 2015
    Company offers wide selection, innovation and flexibility.

  • Polyester Fibers

    Tara Olivo, associate editor || September 13, 2015
    NC-based company operates 22 production lines

  • National Wiper Alliance

    National Wiper Alliance

    Jeff Slosman, President || June 21, 2015
    North America's largest Private Label/Contract converter focused on nonwoven dry wipes and floor pads. Offering turnkey and toll converting for all industries as well as retail. North American location offering 500,000 square feet for production,…

  • Carroll Converting

    Mike Kryshak, Wipe Guru || June 18, 2015

  • Converting Update

    Converting Update

    Tim Wright, editor || October 3, 2014
    Providers of finishing, packaging, slitting, winding and other services to the nonwovens industry develop new technologies that add up to new products.

  • Berk Wiper International, LLC

    Berk Wiper International, LLC

    Larry Berk, Chief Executive Officer || June 19, 2014
    Berk Wiper International, LLC has a complete line of disposable wiping cloths to compete with every large manufacturer in the industry. We offer converted tissue and toweling rolls as well as TAD, DRC, airlay, spunlace, scrim reinforced wipes, dustin…

  • Carroll Converting: Gaining an Edge in the Wipes Market

    Carroll Converting: Gaining an Edge in the Wipes Market

    August 6, 2012
    What does an industrial specialties company do when it wants to diversify into the wipes market? It sets up shop in the heart of Wisconsin wipes country. At least that was the strategy for Carroll Company. The Garland, TX-based company (with addition…

  • Automotive Strength

    November 15, 2011
    A modern manufacturer of technical nonwovens made from staple fibers, J.H. Ziegler, based in Achern, Germany, diversified its textile business – which had been in operation since 1864 – into nonwovens in 1990 with thermal bonded and needlepunch nonwovens capabilities.

  • The Converter Roundup

    The Converter Roundup

    Steve Katz, Managing Editor || October 5, 2011
    Converting companies are an integral of the nonwovens supply chain. For all of the advantages the industry’s products provide, a lot has to happen prior to their end use. Nonwovens need to be cut into a variety of shapes and sizes, scaled down…