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Published June 26, 2014
Wipes Academy will cover all aspects of the wipes industry Read More »
Published May 30, 2014
Will combine conference with Vision in 2015. Read More »
Published February 12, 2014
INDA president says North America nonwovens industry is “strong, dynamic and evolving.” Read More »
The Year That Was 2012
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published December 4, 2012
New investments, new business strategies dominated the headlines this year. Read More »
David Rousse named new INDA president
Published November 16, 2012
David Rousse has been appointed the new president of INDA, the U.S.-based Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry. Effective October 15, Rousse will take over the position currently held by Rory Holmes, who will retire in the middle of next year… Read More »
Fiberweb
Published January 1, 2002
Location: Nashville, TN Sales: $750 Million Description: Key Personnel Wayne Sanders, chairman and CEO; Thomas Falk, president and COO; Robert Abernathy, group president, Business to Business Sector; Sean Erwin, president, Nonwoven Fabrics Operatio… Read More »
By Tim Wright, editor
Published May 12, 2014
Each year around the world patients seek medical care at inpatient and outpatient facilities, but emerge from routine, urgent or surgical care with an additional—and sometimes untreatable—life-threatening illness. At any one time it&rsqu… Read More »
Visonary Awards Showcase Entrepreneurship
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published January 6, 2014
Five products compete for this coveted prize. Read More »
2013 IDEA Show Review
Published June 12, 2013
IDEA13 International Engineered Fabrics Conference and Exposition featured a record number of exhibitors and attendees. Read More »
Published August 28, 2014
First edition report benchmarks nonwovens capacity and production. Read More »