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Published April 9, 2014
SCS certifies three styles of polyester Read More »
New Life
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 26, 2014
Nonwovens manufacturers keep trash out of landfills by using recycled material. Read More »
Nonwovens in Insulation
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published February 18, 2014
During the last decades, nonwovens have been developed for many different applications. Due to technical advantages they replaced traditional materials such as foam, webbings and knitted fabrics. There are a growing number of products made out of non… Read More »
Published May 17, 2013
Unit to recycled rejected materials added in Kaiserslauter Read More »
Published November 28, 2011
Hydrotexx ECO made from shredded plastic. Read More »
Published October 28, 2011
Freudenberg Texbond recycles more than one million plastic drink bottles per day in production of its nonwoven materials. Read More »
Published September 6, 2006
Freudenberg Nonwovens Weinheim, Germany www.freudenberg.com $1.4 billion Key Personnel Management Board: Stephan Tanda, president and CEO, Dr. René Wollert, CFO; Walter Schwarz, managing director, North America; Georg Brasch, managing direc… Read More »
Flame Retardants: Bedding and Beyond
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published March 6, 2012
as the industry waits for extensions on antiflammability regulations in the bedding and furniture industries, new products roll out to make nonwovens Read More »
Color Splash
By Lynne Webster & David Backhouse, School of Design, University of Leeds UK
Published December 2, 2011
U.K. design students collaborate with Lenzing to make eco-friendly clothing for men and women. Read More »
Regent Neotex: Poised For Growth
Published May 4, 2011
Founded in Russia in 2004, Regent Neotex is on the fast track todeveloping nonwovens manufacturing in the Russian Federation using Reicofil technology. Read More »