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Published January 4, 2013
Upgrades at Dallas location allow cost-effective, high-speed printing and slitting in one pass. Read More »
Converters calling
By Nonwovens Industry Staff
Published April 5, 2012
Providers of finishing, packaging, slitting, winding and other services to the nonwovens industry develop new technologies that add up to new products. Read More »
Highlights from Techtextil
By Helena Enqvist, Contributor
Published July 5, 2011
Nonwovens innovation shines in Frankfurt Read More »
Published February 1, 2010
Plastilene S.A., a leading South American converter of flexible packages has completed a trial of automatic print Defect Detection on three BST Premius inspection systems at the company’s Bogota, Colombia production facility. The trial of defect dete… Read More »
By Ellen Wuagneux, Associate Editor
Published December 11, 2008
hygiene component suppliers prepare for pricing let-up Read More »
Published March 1, 2005
OMET s.r.l., the Lecco, Italy-based manufacturer of tissue converting equipment and flexo presses, is now offering the proven TV503 folder to produce nonwoven wipes with up to 24-inch cut-off length. The TV503 is one of OMET’s most popular fold… Read More »
Published October 25, 2013
Global demand for nonwovens is forecast to rise 5.3% annually to 9 metric tons in 2017. However, there is a great deal of variation among different regions and countries, according to RnR Market Research. Countries with well developed manufacturing… Read More »
IDEA 2013 Show Preview
Published April 17, 2013
A look at what some exhibitors will highlight at IDEA. Read More »
Published December 6, 2012
Glatfelter reported a 2.9% decrease in sales to $404,4 million during the third quarter of 2012. “Our third quarter results reflect solid performance from our Specialty Papers business which delivered top-line growth, again outperforming the br… Read More »
Published October 8, 2012
A disposable absorbent garment has received a U.S. patent. The disposable absorbent garment has a longitudinal direction, a lateral direction, a front waist region, a back waist region and a crotch region extending longitudinally them. The disposable… Read More »