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Airlaid Nonwovens Report
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published October 9, 2013
As the world waits to see how the Buckeye/G-P merger plays out, many factors influence growth in the airlaid arena. Read More »
Glatfelter continues to focus on growth markets
Published March 21, 2013
Acquisition of Dresden Papier provides leading position in the wall coverings industry. Read More »
Glatfelter
Published September 10, 2012
York, PA www.glatfelter.com 2012 Nonwovens Sales: $683 million   Key Personnel:Dante C. Parrini, chairman and CEO; John P. Jacunski, senior vice president and CFO; Christopher W. Astley, vice president, corporate strategy; Jonathan A. Bourget, v… Read More »
Published February 4, 2014
Nonwoven feminine hygiene product helps provide solution to ABL. Read More »
Airlaid Technology And Its Material in China
By John Xuan, Nonwovens Staff
Published November 3, 2006
Similar to other nonwovens technologies, much of Chinea’s airlaid machinery comes from the U.S, Europe and other developed areas. This market began at the end of the 1990s when Rite, based in Wuzhong, built a commercial airlaid line, based on… Read More »
Published May 29, 2014
New investment will expand company's wall coverings business. Read More »
Published March 25, 2013
Purchase of Mycare gives exposure to fast-growing ASEAN country. Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
National Nonwovens has installed a 2.4 meter airlaid needlepunch nonwoven line strategically located in a contained, cleanroom environment. Production on the line is currently focused on, but is not limited to, the manufacturing of medical products.… Read More »
Published February 29, 2012
Alberto Perego, has added CEO of Sirius Machinery to his roles beginning in September 2011. Read More »
Feminine Hygiene in Europe
Published November 15, 2005
new products give women more choices Read More »