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By Karen McIntyre
Published January 13, 2014
Polyester nonwovens prices up 5% in Europe. Read More »
Published March 1, 2013
Due to increasing pressure from raw material price increases, Freudenberg Politex has implemented a 5-7% price hike for different products in its portfolio, effective March 15. The company says PET chips prices have been on the move since the summer… Read More »
Freudenberg Politex Launches Third Line in Russia
By Eugene Gerden, Contributing Writer
Published September 12, 2012
Meeting local demand for roofing materials, the company‚Äôs production in the region is expected to reach 18,000 metric tons per year. Read More »
Published March 23, 2010
Freudenberg Politex's price hike to go into effect second quarter 2010. Read More »
Building a brighter future
Published June 16, 2005
nonwovens meet the grade in roofing and construction markets where educated home buyers and builders are demanding higher performing products Read More »
Asahi Kasei hosts grand opening for spunbond plant in Thailand
Published February 15, 2013
Asahi Kasei Fibers held a grand opening ceremony for a new spunbond plant in Thailand on February 12, 2013. Since beginning its spunbond business in 1973, Asahi Kasei Fibers has supplied Eltas spunbond for use in a wide variety of applications. The… Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Regent Neotex (Moscow, Russian Federation) has completed work on a new triple spunbond line from Reifenhauser Gmbh (Reicofil technology). The Reicofil R4 special line will produce polypropylene spunbond nonwovens weighing between 8 and 70 gsm for bo… Read More »
Published May 18, 2011
Meltblown trials will begin in January. Read More »
Incontinence, An Embarrassment Of Riches
Published March 15, 2011
Incontinence, An Embarrassment Of Riches by Ian Bell, head of global tissue and research, Euromonitor International Incontinence, although still not a subject that sits easily with many consumers, is ironically the future for many of the world&rsqu… Read More »