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Published October 17, 2014
Site will make Sustain glass nonwovens Read More »
Published November 11, 2013
Investment will amount to $50 million. Read More »
By Tim Wright, editor
Published November 4, 2013
With the creation of the first cotton textile mill around 1815 by Michael Schenck in Lincoln County, North Carolina began a long process that would see it become the center of the textile business in the U.S. by the 1920s and remain so throughout the… Read More »
Published October 7, 2013
Global nonwoven manufacturer Jacob Holm Industries is set to expand its operations in Candler, NC. The company plans to create 66 new jobs with a minimum qualifying investment of more than $45.9 million. The total capital investment is likely to exce… Read More »
Published June 12, 2013
National Spinning Co. Inc., Washington, N.C., has acquired Lincolnton, N.C.-based Carolina Nonwovens Corp., a manufacturer of airlaid and thermobonded products for automotive, bedding, foam replacement, furniture, geotextile and insulation applicatio… Read More »
Published May 14, 2012
Investment of $5.5 million expected to create 48 new jobs. Read More »
Published 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. Read More »
Published April 27, 2007
Company Makes Debut at IDEA07 Read More »
Published August 31, 2005
Avgol, a manufacturer of spunbond and spunbond-meltblown-spunbond (SMS) nonwoven materials for use in hygiene, healthcare, construction, agriculture and furniture, is expanding its U.S. operations with a further investment of NIS 135 million. This is… Read More »
Published May 30, 2014
Will combine conference with Vision in 2015. Read More »